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The Unshakeable ElvisMark Bergmooser, Eric P. Ols...

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When Elvis Presley died on August 16, 1977, he began his ascension from pop stardom to cultural phenomenon, canonized as an American myth. Today, more than five hundred fan clubs preserve his memory. A brief entry in the 1989 New American D… more

The Unshakeable Elvis
Mark Bergmooser, Eric P. Olsen, Michael Perry
English
 

Long Gone DaddiesDavid Wesley Williams

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Some nights, we have the road to ourselves and the radio sings only for us. We play our shows and tear-ass out. Tonight, it was this little dive bar in a town we took to calling East Motherless. But we play, no matter. We rock and then we r… more

Long Gone Daddies
David Wesley Williams
John F. Blair, Publisher , English
 

Mystery TrainElvis Presley, Herman Parker...

Digital Sheet Music of Mystery TrainComposed by: Herman Parker Jr.;Sam PhillipsPerformed by: Elvis Presley

Mystery Train
Elvis Presley, Herman Parker Jr., Sam Phillips
OnlineSheetMusic.com , English
 

Game Of Love (1)Melody Rose

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Discover the world of Record Labels: Atlantic Records, Chess Records, Motown, and Sun Records along with their promo men, Jerry Wexler, Leonard Chess, Barry Gordy, and Sam Phillips. Superstars Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Fats Domino and j… more

Game Of Love (1)
Melody Rose
Melody Rose Press , English
 

Battle of MiamiSam Phillips

Had the government been more attentive, perhaps Obama wouldn’t have won the White House!Don’t miss the latest novel by Florida author Sam Phillips - based on a true story - BATTLE OF MIAMI. Driven by the seemingly twin desires of ambition a… more

Battle of Miami
Sam Phillips
Crossroads Publishing House , English
 

The Bushido Way: A Sam Phill...M. Anthony Phillips

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The Bushido Way, the first case involving tough Private Investigator Sam Phillips, pits Sam against a new Japanese gang called the Yokohama Black Dragons, who have knocked off the Yakuza in Little Tokyo in Los Angeles during the changing t… more

The Bushido Way: A Sam Phillips Mystery
M. Anthony Phillips
Booktango , English
 

Jerry Lee Lewis: Rock and Ro...Paul Romaine

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This is one of several Articles that Paul Romaine has written on Celebrity Singers and Songwriters.

There are no negative comments about the artists that he writes about. The articles contain interesting information about the individual a… more

Jerry Lee Lewis: Rock and Roll Singer, Pianist and One of the Legendary Founders of Rock and Roll
Paul Romaine
TAD Publications , English
 

Never Mind the Pollacks: The...Neal Pollack

The most important document in the history of rock ‘n’ roll since the liner notes to Killroy Was Here.(This paperback includes a new P.S. section with author interviews, insights, features, suggested readings, and more.)Never Mind the Polla… more

Never Mind the Pollacks: The Literary Music of Neal Pollack
Neal Pollack
HarperCollins e-books , English
 

Scotty and Elvis: Aboard the...Scotty Moore

When Elvis Presley first showed up at Sam Phillips’s Memphis-based Sun Records studio, he was a shy teenager in search of a sound. Phillips invited a local guitarist named Scotty Moore to stand in. Scotty listened carefully to the young sin… more

Scotty and Elvis: Aboard the Mystery Train (American Made Music)
Scotty Moore
University Press of Mississippi , English
 

Beyond The Sun...The Story (...Chris Isaak

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Chris Isaak tells, in his own words, the story behind his October 2011 release, the accurately titled ‘Beyond the Sun.’ The album, Chris Isaak’s Vanguard Records debut, is a self-described labor of love. Since he fell in love with his paren… more

Beyond The Sun…The Story (Kindle Single)
Chris Isaak
Vanguard Records , English
 

That's Alright, Elvis:The Un...James Dickerson, Scotty Moore

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Memoir of Scotty Moore, Elvis Presley’s first guitarist and manager.When Elvis Presley first showed up at Sam Phillip’s Memphis-based Sun Records studio, he was a shy teenager in search of a sound. Sam asked guitarist Scotty and bass player… more

That’s Alright, Elvis:The Untold Story of Elvis’s First Guitarist and Manager, Scotty Moore
James Dickerson, Scotty Moore
Schirmer Books/Sartoris Literary Group , English
 

Crossing the Lines: A NovelRichard Doster

Family man Jack Hall has found himself on the fault line where black meets white in the American South of the late 1950’s. Still reeling from an explosive confrontation that put his family in jeopardy (detailed in Richard Doster’s first boo… more

Crossing the Lines: A Novel
Richard Doster
David C. Cook , English
 

Nothin' Left to LoseCarl T. Smith

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This colorful debut picks and twangs its way though the world of late 60’s country music, jumping from studio to bar to mob hangout as its songwrite hero learns that “the music business is no place for sissies or bleeding hearts.” JOhn Ryan… more

Nothin’ Left to Lose
Carl T. Smith
River Oaks Publishing , English
 

Elvis Presley, That's All Ri...Heinz Duthel

Elvis PresleyI Forgot to Remember to ForgetElvis Aaron Presleya (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977) was one of the most popular American singers of the 20th century. A cultural icon, he is widely known by the single name Elvis. He is often… more

Elvis Presley, That’s All Right, Mama
Heinz Duthel
IAC Society, Heinz Duthel , English
 

Blue WowDavid Khan Johnson

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Blue Wow is a collection of essays written by author David Khan Johnson recalling his encounters with artists Airto Moriera, Allen Ginsberg, Andreas Vollenweider, Aston “Familyman” Barrett, Atari Teenage Riot, Bad Brains, Billie Joe Armstro… more

Blue Wow
David Khan Johnson
Scratch Enterprises, LTD , English