Bereits im Jahr 2014 angekündigt verdichten sich - gemäß einigen Einträgen auf facebook - die Gerüchte, dass es in diesem Jahr zu einer Veröffentlichung der in deutsch geschriebenen Version von Ernst Jorgensens "Elvis Presley: A Life In Music - The Complete Recording Sessions" kommt. Weitere Infos folgen!
Am 03.05.2016 soll die 304 Seiten starke Autobiografie "A Little Thing Called Life - From Elvis's Graceland To Bruce Jenner's Caitlyn & Songs In Between" von Linda Thompson bei "Dey Street Books" erscheinen. Weitere Infos folgen!
Am 31.07.2016 erscheint das von Zoey Goto geschriebene und 250 Seiten starke Buch "Elvis Style: From Zoot Suits to Jumpsuits" bei "Redshank Books". Weitere Infos folgen!
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"His first hit, 'Heartbreak Hotel', started to climb the charts when he let his pelvis speak on television. America was confused and intimidated when the young singer started his shock and awe campaign with his degenerated and vulgar movements that deflowered pop music.
How many times was his fragile soul attacked, because people made him look stupid on television? So-called comedians called his way of moving as spastic as the movements of someone with the Down syndrome being toasted on the electric chair! Elvis the pelvis he was called.
They thought that not only his music was owned by the devil, but also his way of dancing was like sodomising good manners and the dominating white taste of music. More than once the poor singer had to defend himself by stating that he was God-fearing and really worshipped his mother. He even went as far by saying that he had to sing rock songs, because it would be very unwise, from a commercial point of view to sing the slow stuff (actually he was telling the truth, even Sam Phillips once stated that he didn’t had the heart to interrupt Elvis when he was singing ballad in the studio).
The musician Elvis didn’t realize that his way of moving was as alienating as his way of singing. "