From his humble beginnings in Tupelo Mississippi, to his unprecedented reign as the world's most heralded entertainer, here is Elvis Presley as he really was - an ambitious talented young man who startled a generation with his uncompromising musical presence.
In these ultra-rare interviews, Elvis speaks out for the first time on a wide variety of subjects including his sudden rise to fame, the star studded trappings of success and his topsy-turvy personal life. Here is an important audiobook to be treasured by anyone who calls themselves a fan of "The King".
Would you listen to Elvis: From Prince to King again? Why?
These interviews were made during the first few years of Elvis's meteoric rise to fame. They show him being questioned by almost random reporters, radio hosts, and disc jockeys. He ansers an incredible number of questions in a maner i found very dandid and open. He seems to be quite willing to say there are things he doesn't know and claims he has never refused an interview. I enjoyed the collection of interviews very much One mistake before the last interview is made by the narator. He claims the interview was made in Lacrosse, Arkansa. The presence in the interview of "The Mary E Sawyer Auditorium" and "Leitholds" music store mean it has to have been in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.