From The City Of Brotherly
Love To The Big Apple
"High quality photo book to please fans"
photos, most of which are full page in size, were taken at various
Elvis concerts including Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio; Boston MS;
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and of course the big apple, New York.
The Madison Square Garden section is presented in glorious colour.
Lichter has done it again!
latest book is another high quality, coffee table release
showcasing a dynamic and obviously happy Elvis live in concert
during 1971 and 1972.
are exhilarating shots of Elvis in karate mode, with guitar
in hand, arms and cape outstretched, clowning around on stage,
flying through the air (literally) and much more.
While most photos are close-ups of the King, Lichter has neatly blended a number of atmospheric shots taken from a distance.
students will appreciate Paul's inclusion of the names of the jumpsuit
Elvis wore for each concert.
the stunning photos in the book is text - Elvis quotes directly
from the concert which offer a rare and welcome insight into how
Elvis felt about his life and other things:
you're involved in this racket, business, your life is public, really".
"Regardless of what anybody says, my private life is my own. Well
it is to a certain extent." (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 8 Nov 1971)
long-time emcee, Al Dvorin (who reveals that he is writing his own
book) provides the forward.
with its high quality production, the pages are sewn into the spine
and the book is a Limited Collector's Edition.
All in all, Elvis: From the City of Brotherly Love to the Big
Apple would be an impressive addition to any fan's library.
Patterson, ŠEIN 2002