Released : The Elvis Files Volume 6 : 1971-1973

By: Elvis Australia
Source: Erik Lorentzen
September 20, 2013 - 5:03:08 PM
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The The Elvis Files Volume 6 : 1971-1973 Hardcover Book has been released. As with the other volumes release so far this again is a huge hardback book with 470 pages and feature more than 1500 photos ... Every single concert & tour, the Vegas and Tahoe shows, private moments and in studio, fan memories and more. Like the five [5] volumes before it, this book is a must for any Elvis fan.

Elvis Presley : Tucson : November 9, 1972.
Elvis Presley : Tucson : November 9, 1972.

Elvis Presley : Tucson : November 18, 1972.
Elvis Presley : Tucson : November 18, 1972.

Elvis Presley : Trousdale Estates, Beverley Hills, California : May 31, 1971.
Elvis Presley : Trousdale Estates, Beverley Hills, California : May 31, 1971.

Sample photo.

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Elvis Presley : 1174 Hillcrest, Beverly Hills, California : April 23, 1971.

Buy The Elvis Files Volume 1 : 1953-1956 : Deluxe Hardcover Book

The Seven-Volume series contains:

The Elvis Files Volume 1 : 1953-1956 (December 2012)
The Elvis Files Volume 2 : 1957-1959 (November 2010)
The Elvis Files Volume 3 : 1960-1964 (April 2010)
The Elvis Files Volume 4 : 1965-1968 (December 2011)
The Elvis Files Volume 5 : 1969-1970 (April 2012)
The Elvis Files Volume 6 : 1971-1973 (August 2013)
The Elvis Files Volume 7 : 1974-1977 (December 2013)

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