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Preview : The Elvis Files Volume 8 1976-1977 Hardcover Book


By: Elvis Australia
Source: Erik Lorentzen
June 27, 2016 - 6:05:26 PM
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It is hard not to be excited about the 'Elvis Files 8' after viewing these Elvis Presley Photos preview images. Volume 8 is the final chapter in the series of (eight) massive books about Elvis Presley, in the case of this volume, the book features all Elvis 'events' from 1976-1977. Every Working Moment. The Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe Seasons. Plenty of CANDID Moments. Plus plenty of previously unpublished Photos. To be released next week.

Buy The Elvis Files Volume 8 1976-1977 : Hardcover Book

Preview : The Elvis Files Volume 8 1976-1977 : Hardcover Book.

Preview : The Elvis Files Volume 8 1976-1977 : Hardcover Book.

Preview : The Elvis Files Volume 8 1976-1977 : Hardcover Book.

Preview : The Elvis Files Volume 8 1976-1977 : Hardcover Book.

From Erik Lorentzen : The Eight-Volume Elvis Files series;

 Book. The Elvis Files Volume 1, 1953-1956
 Book. The Elvis Files Volume 2, 1957-1959
 Book. The Elvis Files Volume 3, 1960-1964
 Book. The Elvis Files Volume 4, 1965-1968
 Book. The Elvis Files Volume 5, 1969-1970
 Book. The Elvis Files Volume 6, 1971-1973
 Book. The Elvis Files Volume 7, 1974-1975
 Book. The Elvis Files Volume 8, 1976-1977

Plus;

 Book. Elvis : The King Of Hawaii : Hardcover Book : 528 pages, 1300 pictures
 Book. Elvis : The King Of The Jungle : The Ultimate '68 Comeback Special Book
 Book. A Touch of Gold Lamé (Greater Than Ever) 450+ page Hardcover Book

Author View all books published by Erik Lorentzen

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Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD + 16 page booklet.

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This is an excellent release no fan should be without it.

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