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Elvis and Colonel

May mann

Elvis and Colonel

by May mann

  • 27 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Pocket .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7665755M
    ISBN 100671807242
    ISBN 109780671807245
    OCLC/WorldCa42373056

    Buy Elvis and the Colonel First american Edition by Vellenga, Dirk, Farren, Mick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. It was, of course, a tough trick to pull off, because the Colonel’s name was Tom Parker, and Tom Parker managed Elvis Presley. Since Elvis was the biggest name in the entertainment industry, his Author: Mike Dash.

      News - Book Excerpt: Elvis and the Colonel. Editor’s Note: In this second except from the new Alanna Nash book, The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis .   The book examines Parker’s greed, his indebtedness to behind-the-scenes players in Las Vegas, his gambling addiction, and his fear of deportation played a role in ruining Elvis’s career. Because Colonel Parker was always there with Elvis, gazing ominously over his shoulder, the book Brand: Sartoris Literary Group.

    The view established by the book is that while the Colonel (a title obtained by politial hucksterism and not from his army days) always looked after Number One and was continually doing side deals that personally benefitted him not his client, the usual Elvis fan's view of the Colonel 5/5(5). Elvis Presley: My Years With Elvis And The Colonel by Charles Stone (/Praytome) Hardcover, 21x30 cm, English, pages of notes, rare photos & memorabilia in b&w and color. "This book is dedicated to Elvis .


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Elvis and Colonel by May mann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Order of Elvis Cole/Joe Pike Books - Elvis Presley and Colonel Tom Parker were associated in the public mind like Laurel and Hardy, although a more accurate pairing would have been Svengali and Trilby, as the authors demonstrate.

/5(5). From Publishers Weekly Elvis Presley and Colonel Tom Parker were associated in the public mind like Laurel and Hardy, although a more accurate pairing would have been Svengali and Trilby, as the Cited by: 1.

Astonishing and impeccably written, this entertaining book proves that the only figure in American popular culture as fascinating as Elvis Presley is Colonel Tom Parker, the man who shaped Elvis, and in /5(80). He claimed to be a West Virginia native called Colonel Tom Parker, who in fact was an illegal immigrant from Holland.

Here is the shocking, true story of the man who created, exploited, and some say, destroyed Elvis 4/5. Elvis and the Colonel [VELLENGA, Dirk] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Elvis and the Colonel/5(5). The tagline of this book suggests it's about the Colonel and Elvis but in honesty it's more about the Colonel.

Being not wholly sold on the Elvis phenomenon I possibly enjoyed this more as Elvis came across as a supporting character in the story of the life of a manager who as an ex carny /5. Although it is foremost the biography of the Colonel, most of us will probably buy it with Elvis in the back of our heads.

The beauty of this book is reading Elvis’ rise to fame from another point of view, The Colonel’s (business) view that is. In Elvis biographies The Colonel plays a big role on the background, in this book. The Colonel. The book is written by Alanna Nash who has previously written ”Elvis Aaron Presley: Revelations of the Memphis Mafia” and “Elvis: From Memphis to Hollywood'” (with Alan Fortas).

As with most biographies this book. ELVIS PRESLEY and Colonel Tom Parker had a complex relationship over the years and the manager is widely reported to have taken an extortionate 50 per cent cut of all the King's earnings.

Author: Minnie Wright. Elvis Cole and Joe Pike are the featured characters in suspense novels by American author Robert Crais. Former Army Ranger Elvis Cole is a private detective alongside his partner Joe Pike, an ex-Marine.

The majority of Robert Crais’ books. In her new book The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley, author Alanna Nash explores the mysterious background of van Kuijk/Parker and how it.

According to ElvisClub Berlin the book Secrets and Shadows: Colonel Tom Parker and the Hidden Shaping of Elvis Presley' by Alanna Nash will be published in May in the U.S. On pages the history of Elvis. In this astonishing, impeccably written, and vastly entertaining book, Nash proves that the only figure in American popular culture as fascinating as Elvis Presley is Colonel Tom Parker, the Brand: Simon & Schuster.

This book is a well researched book about the Colonel and Elvis. The Colonel, like Priscilla and Dr. Nick, will always be controversial.

The fans will either love them or hate them. This book is a balanced look at the good and bad of the Colonel's relationship with Elvis/5(). Colonel and Elvis were a team and at any given time Elvis could have fired Colonel and changed managers. He did not which says something for his career choices.

we can all sit back and dissect what Colonel did or did not do but in the end he kept Elvis. While there is no doubt that Elvis and The Colonel's story is extremely complex, in this in-depth Spotlight EIN takes a look at the darker side of Colonel Tom Parker - and includes plenty of insights from Elvis’.

Colonel Tom Parker managed Elvis Presley’s career from tooverseeing almost every aspect of the star’s life. A “colonel” in honorary terms only, he was a shrewd, showman-like Born: My Years With Elvis And The Colonel by Charles Stone which is definitively the very first book about 'Elvis & The Colonel' that is written by a guy who was there.

The storyline is based on Charles'. This is definitively the very first book about "Elvis & The Colonel" that is written by a guy who was there.

The storyline is based on Charles' memories, unlike previous Colonel books that were based on false. Charles joined forces with Elvis and the Colonel int he '70s and toured around America with Elvis and the Colonel, Taking Care of Business until Elvis' death in Appearances.

Books. Life in the Elvis World gives readers a look inside the Elvis. The story of superstar Elvis Presley and the relationship between he and Colonel Tom Parker, his manager and the man who discovered--and, many say, exploited--him/10(73).

As far as I gather having read extensively on Elvis in books about him, a book the Colonel and books on others who have interacted with Elvis it nearly all points to one conclusion. Elvis .