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Elvis and the Beatles
Young, Trina (2018)
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
paperback , 288 pages
ISBN10: 1-7260-2691-4 ISBN13: 978-1-7260-2691-8
The King of Rock and Roll and The Fab Four Behind the Scenes! ELVIS AND THE BEATLES takes a fascinating look back at the year-to-year evolution of the careers of both The King of Rock and Roll and The Fab Four simultaneously while debunking false stereotypes. The book uncovers how surprisingly similar the careers of Elvis and The Beatles were, and the multitude of ways that their personal and professional lives intersected. The book also examines the complex relationship between the two biggest musical acts and their managers. Much more went on behind the scenes than most people realize. Fascinating revelations include: Why The Beatles loved Colonel Parker The truth about the jam session between Elvis and The Beatles Why The Beatles were banned in Memphis Elvis vs. The Beatles: Who dissed who first? The friendship between Brian Epstein and Colonel Parker How The Beatles almost recorded in Memphis Which Beatle wanted to be Elvis' producer Why The Beatles did not understand Elvis Presley's musical passions How Colonel Parker helped The Beatles Why Elvis was not on the Sgt. Pepper cover Muhammad Ali's link to both The secret reporter present when Elvis met The Beatles Which Beatle was Presley's favorite How Elvis inspired Sgt. Pepper Singer Sophie Tucker's connection to both Presley's spiritual quest started before The Beatles Why Elvis got more to perform on The Ed Sullivan Show Which Beatles songs Elvis sang How The Beatles inspired Elvis Who was bigger: Elvis or The Beatles? (The book includes an 8-page photo section.) By comparing and contrasting the parallel lives, careers and tragedies of Elvis Presley and The Beatles, this book explores like never before the surprising relationship between the two biggest superstars of the last century.|
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