- Author:Samuel Charters
- Publisher:Coffee House Press; First edition. edition (January 1, 1992)
- Pages:128 pages
- Subcategory:United States
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Poet, novelist and musicologist Samuel Charters steps on nobody's blue suede shoes in this novella. Charters, an ethnomusicologist and writer on the blues and jazz, takes on the deified Elvis Presley in his latest novel.
Poet, novelist and musicologist Samuel Charters steps on nobody's blue suede shoes in this novella. Writing partly to defend Elvis from his critics, and partly to illuminate a more human side of the singer that is rarely documented, he succeeds in conveying the sense of innocence Elvis still possessed after his controversial 1957 appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show.
After the infamous Ed Sullivan broadcast of Elvis Presley from the waist up, imagine that Elvis returns to his hotel and . Elvis repeatedly makes the cas I knew Charters by name from his supposedly definitive books on blues music.
After the infamous Ed Sullivan broadcast of Elvis Presley from the waist up, imagine that Elvis returns to his hotel and telephones his mother. Amidst the cold hamburgers and the lingering fans, Elvis talks of the girls and their distressed fathers, his concerts and his dreams. I didn't know he also wrote semi-fictional fiction about these samesuch topics until I chanced upon this work in a second-hand book store.
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Charters (Louisiana Black, 1986; Jelly Roll Morton's Last Night at the Jungle Inn, 1983, et. creates an imaginary phone conversation between a young, newly famous Elvis and his adored mother, after the notorious appearance. creates an imaginary phone conversation between a young, newly famous Elvis and his adored mother, after the notorious appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in which Elvis got his convention-shaking pelvis chopped off. & Momma, you got to understand I didn't have no idea what all those camera people were doing when the show went out over the ai. ' . Elvis presley calls his mother after the ED sullivan show.
Poet, novelist and musicologist Samuel Charters steps on nobody's blue suede shoes in this novella, which consists of a single, unbroken monologue that wails and jangles like an electric-guitar solo. ISBN13:9780918273987. Release Date:January 1992.
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Elvis Presley Biography. His twin brother, Jesse Garon Presley, died shortly after birth. Raised in a poor and religious environment, Elvis grew especially close to his mother. Born: August 8, 1935 Tupelo, Mississippi Died: August 16, 1977 Memphis, Tennessee American singer. Elvis Presley, the "King of Rock 'n' Roll," was the leading American singer for two decades and the most popular singer of the entire early rock 'n' roll era. Young Elvis and Sun Records. His father worked as a carpenter, farmer, and factory worker to support the family but was not successful in any of his jobs.
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