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Elvis: The Sun Years
DeWitt, Howard A. (1993)

Popular Culture, Ink. , Ann Arbor (MI) , reprint
hardback , 362 pages , 28.5 x 22.2 x 2.9 cm , 1.377 kg
ISBN-10: 1-56075-020-0 , ISBN-13: 978-1-56075-020-8

Category: Biographies
Language: English
Description: This book offers a personal as well as professional portrait of young Elvis, who, from behind a facade of great confidence, revealed to his closest friends the rather shy, nervous, decent, respectful and polite individual whose primary desire as a performer was always do his best. Supported with nine appendices devoted to Elvis' early concerts, recordings, and musical influences, a bibligraphic essay, and a list of sources, this book is a unique, insightful, and entertaining portrait of a little known period in the life of the greatest entertainer of our life.
Source: book back cover.
Originally printed in 1991. A revised edition was released in 2023.
Source(s): Cover, info and description : ElvisBooks

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" the best book on Elvis' early years "

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