Elvis Presley : Ritters Park Hotel, Bad Homburg, Germany : First weekend of October 1958
Elvis Presley : Ritters Park Hotel, Bad Homburg, Germany : First weekend of October 1958.
On October 11, 1958 the Presley clan had to move from Hilberts Parkhotel to the neighbourly Grunewald Hotel because King Ibn Saud and his entourage, including 30 harum girls and his guards (with sabres) checked in to all rooms of an entire floor at the 'Hilberts'. At the beginning of February 1959 Elvis moved to 14 Goethestrasse with his dad, his grandmother, 2 bodyguards and his secretary. The 13th son of King Ibn Saud visited Elvis and gave him a royal Arabic caftan and a tea service with the royal coat of arms as a present.
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A Date With Elvis : Army Days Revisited : Essential. The book is in both English and German which enhances the book and it Being about Elvis in Germany. Filled with 900 rare and previously unpublished photos, original news stories, interviews and pictures of memorabilia over 240 pages, this book is highly recommended . Also Includes the text of interviews such as Graceland 1960, Pat Hernon, Elvis Sails etc. Unbelievable, fascinating, just brilliant! What more could I say? A Date With Elvis - Army Days Revisited is a 'must have'! ~ Ger Rijff
Private Presley: The Missing Years : Elvis in Germany : By Andreas SchrÖer, part author of the above 'A Date With Elvis''.Private Presley' traces the story of Elvis' two years in the army: the trauma of his mother's death just three weeks before he left for Germany; the media circus of his arrival and the constant attention of the press during his stay; the girls with whom he was and was not involved; his early encounters with his future wife, Priscilla, who was just fourteen when they met; and his triumphant return to America.
Elvis Day By Day : By Ernst Jorgensen & Peter Guralnick is a complete account of public, private, rare, forgotten, and renowned moments, captured with such detail and immediacy they read like diary entries in a life--from first steps to the first time the young 'hillbilly cat' stepped on stage; from the creation of a revolutionary new sound to the last days of a universally known, tragically misunderstood music legend.
No longer in print. Grab one if you find one.
Elvis and Anita Wood looked at new auto-mobiles : March 19, 1958
Elvis with Gladys & Vernon + Army Induction : March 24, 1958
Elvis fan letter to President Eisenhower
Elvis Presley: Inside King Creole
Elvis Presley In The U.S. Army 1958-1959
Elvis in the U.S. Army in colour
The Movies of 1958
1958, King Creole, Paramount
The Movies In Photos
Greatest Live Hits of the 50’s CD From MRS
The Complete Louisiana Hayride Archives 1954-1956
Elvis At SUN
Elvis Presley : FTD Special Edition 2 CD
The Million Dollar Quartet
Loving You : FTD Special Edition Movie Soundtrack 2 CD
Jailhouse Rock Volume 1 : FTD Special Edition Movie Soundtrack 2 CD
Jailhouse Rock Volume 2 : FTD Special Edition Movie Soundtrack 2 CD
50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong : FTD Special Edition 2 CD
The King Of Rock 'N' Roll : The Complete 50's Masters
Elvis' Golden Records CD
Elvis' Christmas Album CD
King Creole CD
The Elvis Files Vol. 2 1957-1959 : Hardcover Book
Elvis In Gold : 1957
King Creole : Frame By Frame : Deluxe Hardcover Book : 400 pages
Elvis : King Creole [JAT Publising] Hardcover Book
King Creole : The Music : FTD Book & CD
Jailhouse Rock : Frame By Frame : Deluxe Hardcover Book : 400 pages
Elvis : Rock, Sex and Roll
Elvis à Paris
A Date With Elvis : The Army Years Revisited
Elvis Like Any Other Soldier Hardcover Book
The Ultimate Elvis In Munich Book
Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD + 16 page booklet. Never before have we seen an Elvis concert from the 50's with sound. Until Now! The DVD Contains recently discovered Unreleased Film of Elvis performing 6 songs, including Heartbreak Hotel and Don’t Be Cruel, live in Tupelo Mississippi 1956. Included we see a live performance of the elusive Long Tall Sally seen here for the first time ever. This is an excellent release no fan should be without it. The 'parade' footage is good to see as it puts you in the right context with color and b&w footage. The interviews of Elvis' Parents are well worth hearing too. The afternoon show footage is wonderful and electrifying : Here is Elvis in his prime rocking and rolling in front of 11.000 people.
We love Elvis Presley !!!!!!!! : So ... Stop, look and listen baby that's our philosophy ... First thing in the morning, last thing at night ... look, stare everywhere and see everything inside ... Stop, look and listen!