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Elvis Presley: Rock and roll, píldoras y chicas
Mosqueda, Sergio Gaspar (2021)

Independently published , Mexico
paperback , 172 pages
ISBN13: 979-8-7353-8956-9

Category: Biographies
Language: Spanish
Description: In 1954, the young Elvis Presley set foot in a recording studio for the first time: Sun Records, to make a record that he wanted to give to his mother. Producer Sam Phillips was eager to make rock and roll accepted by white audiences, and so he wanted to find an Anglo-Saxon singer with powerful vocal chords to perform pieces written by black musicians. When he listened to Elvis, he happily knew that the search for him was over. Solid material has been consulted for this meticulous biography, made by great connoisseurs of King Elvis, including the music critic and writer Peter Guralnick.
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