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Released : Elvis : 'Taking Care Of Business : In A Flash' Hardcover Book and CD


By Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
July 18, 2016

Click to listen View the excellent video trailer for the just released by Follow That Dream (FTD) is the new book with CD containing unreleased tracks, 'Taking Care Of Business - In A Flash' (BOOK + CD).

This is a Hardcover, large-format book with 450 pages that offer detailed coverage of Elvis' life and career between the autumn of 1970 and the first weeks of 1971 and features several hundred photographs, many of them candid and previously unpublished, rare documents, reports from the time, and new and exclusive interviews. And also included is a bonus CD that offers unreleased versions of studio-tracks from June 1970 and a remastered recording of Elvis' concert in Portland, Oregon on November 11, 1970.

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Elvis : 'Taking Care Of Business - In A Flash' Hardcover Book and CD

  • Hardcover, large-format book with 450 pages
  • Detailed coverage of Elvis' life and career between the autumn of 1970 and the first weeks of 1971
  • Features several hundred photographs, many of them candid and previously unpublished
  • Contains rare documents, reports from the time, and new and exclusive interviews
  • CD that offers unreleased versions of studio-tracks from June 1970
  • A remastered recording of Elvis' concert in Portland, Oregon on November 11, 1970

Elvis : 'Taking Care Of Business - In A Flash' Hardcover Book and CD

The product of a two-year-long collaboration between David English, Pål Granlund and Paul Richardson, Taking Care Of Business - In A Flash offers readers a detailed chronicle of Elvis Presley's personal life and public career between the autumn of 1970 and the early weeks of 1971.

This eventful period included not only a successful road-tour, the release of a movie-documentary and two albums, and a return for a fourth stint at the International Hotel in Las Vegas, but also Elvis' legendary meeting with President Richard Nixon and his receipt of a national honour from the US Junior Chamber of Commerce. All these events and other happenings are covered comprehensively and in meticulous detail.

Across 450 pages, the story is told through newspaper articles, exclusive interviews, and primary documents that have been collected from personal collections, national archives and public libraries. The book is also illustrated throughout with several hundred photographs, many of which are previously unpublished.

The hard-cover book is accompanied by a bonus CD that contains rare material from the time. This includes three officially unreleased alternative recordings from the soundtrack LP Elvis: That's The Way It Is and two original 1970 mono single-releases that appear here on CD for the first time.

The disc also includes an audience recording of Elvis' concert in Portland, Oregon on November 11, 1970 which, remastered and upgraded by Jan Eliasson, is likewise given its first official release. As a complete package, this book/CD-combo takes fans back to an eventful period in Elvis' later life and career when he - and the people around him - really did take care of business in a flash.

Released at the same time is;

Elvis Presley CD. Elvis 'Speedway' 2 CD set FTD FTD Classic Movie Album Series


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