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This review is from: Last Train To Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley (Paperback)
THE biography of the early years of that amazing man from Tupelo. Written by a sympathetic fan, who acknowledges Elvis' faults but doesn't exaggerate them - neither does he overhype his greatness.
Relive the moment that Elvis crystallised his rockabilly style after many hours of fruitless work in Sun Studios; the long road tours; the hassle from the authorities; the grief at the loss of his mother. It is all here.
A better biography of the man will never be written. Elvis (probably) is dead - but he lives again on these pages.