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When Frank Sinatra hosted the Welcome Home Elvis television special, he was trying to maintain a measure of hip by rubbing a little Elvis on. CD reissue of “The Complete Sun Sessions” has ended 12 years later with the publication of “Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley. Reading Peter Guralnick’s Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley is like watching a train wreck about to happen. You know what’s.

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I came to read this through a combination of opport This is the second volume of the definitive biography of Elvis Presley, renowned as the king of rock and roll.

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The American Dream becomes An American Tragedy and held this reviewer in its grip until the bitter end. And that makes a richer reading experience overall. The Unmaking Of Elvis Presley: It takes us through his dissatisfaction with his career in endless teen films, his desire to go back on tour, his short lived marriage and many girlfriends. It’s not nearly as clean or as satisfying a read as the first book.

Think of the music he A very well done biography. It’s terribly sad but, as with the first fhe of the book, compellingly readable – not sensationalising or whitewashing, but trying to understand. I’m a life-long Elvis fan and this book dispels some common Elvis myths. It is all in all a predictably depressing story, this American tragedy, but we do get as close to the man and the biggest star in all popular music careleds as anyone ever got.

Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley by Peter Guralnick

But Parker talked him out of it, arguing that his uniqueness would be compromised. He really had no unmakig who he was, and it was insanely sad. But the situation was never straightforward and an interesting question of judgment arose when Barbra Streisand and Jon Peters approached Presley to play opposite her in the re-make of A Star Is Born. While this has an artistically interesting mirroring effect to Elvis’s own isolation, it harms dlvis biography since you get littl Unfortunately, this book isn’t nearly as good as its predecessor.


It’s heartbreaking to read about Elvis struggling to stay relevant in a culture that he adores but always, even at the height of his popularity, thinks of him as a gimmick. It’s not like there was one big decision that went wrong. Written with grace, sensitivity, and passion, Careless Love is a unique contribution to our understanding of American popular culture and the nature of success, giving us true insight at last into one of the most misunderstood public figure of our times Peter Guralnick had considerable ground to cover in his sequel to Last Train To Memphis.

This volume takes up the life lofe our musician following his service during World War II. Though Guralnick never actually says as much, I got the feeling that he was afraid of the dark, and afraid of death. All I need to say to convince you is ghe his bloated corpse was photographed by his own cousin to sell to tabloids. Aug 05, Polly pdesley it it was amazing.

Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley

Concentrating exclusively on Elvis, without the slightest doubt of Elvis’ abilities, and with almost bullying assuredness he negotiated every aspect of his career, getting the best deals for him and his client.

He had all the intricacy of the very simple.

The Unmaking of Elvis Presley, the second volume in Guralnick’s excellent and exhaus The miracle of Last Train to Memphis, Peter Guralnick’s portrait of Elvis Presley’s early years, was that it erased the memory of that bloated caricature of a performer who staggered across the stage in Las Vegas and elsewhere in his final years and presented us instead with the exuberant young man of the s who was in the throes of fashioning a new kind of music.

Flying to Denver to get a cheeseburger. The Colonel his manager will explain why. Elv Less enjoyable than part 1, but no less well researched. So, picking up this esteemed two-volume bio by Guralnick, I knew to expect that it ends badly because, of course, Elvis’ sordid death is well-known American pop cul I had always casually enjoyed Elvis’ music, but it wasn’t until I heard his soulful recording of “My Happiness” that I became intrigued by the legend – particularly considering that was the very first song he had ever recorded as a gift for his mom.

His sad end is all the more poignant because of its inevitability.

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Guralnick had written an earlier biography of Elvis but this is the second and deals with his life from when he retu Wow, what a read! From some reviews, it seems pretty bad.

Guralnick’s achievement is making this cartoon human, even more than that, vital. I was not surprised at all that Dr. Guralnick’s account avoids the over-the-top expose elvks so evident in many other biographies about Elvis Presley.

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It was only recently, when I ran across the first volume in a used bookstore that I began to take a serious look at his career. We begin where the first one ends, inwith Elvis in the army in Germany and the xareless figure of his manager Colonel Parker home working to maintain and enrich his only client’s image and desirability an This is the second part of Peter Guralnick’s landmark Elvis biography.

Still, none of those stories came close, remotely, to the tragic downfall of Elvis. Family and friends were forced to display sycophantic behaviour, to do otherwise would incur ostracism or ridicule.

My favorite was his meeting at the White House with Nixon. Review reprinted from my website at www. And then again, this part of the story is a tragedy.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Jan 08, John Gilbert rated it it was amazing. Following on from Last Train To Memphis:

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