Elvis UK3

Elvis UK3

(27 customer reviews)


The ultimate reference guide to Elvis’s UK compact disc releases in the UK between 1983-2005.

Remember, Elvis UK3 is a digital download.

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  • Over 4000 illustrations, many of them in colour
  • Full description and detailed account of every mainstream release in the UK (both on album or single) – on RCA, BMG, FTD and third party label releases, each one fully cross-referenced with subsequent – or earlier – releases
  • Full track listing and writer details for every release
  • Additional information added to live releases, including recording locations and times
  • Separate sections dedicated to CD singles, promotional CDs, in-house promos, CD-Rs, etc.
  • Extensive section devoted to various artist CD releases that feature Elvis material, each one discussed separately
  • Each section features full chronological and alphabetical listings
  • A huge song title index detailing writers, recording dates and showing where every version of every song can be found

27 reviews for Elvis UK3

  1. Zurnain Siddiqui (UK) (verified owner)

    This book is fantastic, very well researched and presented. The amount of information contained is mind blowing. The format is easy to read and very easy to navigate. I know it will occupy my attention for a long long time. Thank you guys for such a superb book.

  2. Carlos Filgueiras (Brazil) (verified owner)

    A few years ago, I wanted to go back to doing more technical and detailed readings on Elvis’ work. Elvis UK3 is impressing me with the fantastic research work. The authors immerse themselves in each title and present an incredible wealth of details. In addition to the release information, with their respective historical contexts, there is technical information about the media, booklets, labels, etc. All of this makes the book a reference work.
    About the digital format, navigation is very easy and intuitive and the book’s layout, with very well written texts, tables, explanatory diagrams and many illustrations, makes reading very pleasant.
    The digital format makes it possible to acquire the book for those who live in another country, like me. Otherwise, the P&P costs for sending a 1,440-page book to Brazil would make the purchase unfeasible.
    To the authors, who must have spent a lot of time producing the book, thank you very much and congratulations!

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