Download Alanna Nash - Baby, Let's Play House PDF eBookBaby, Let's Play House: Elvis Presley and the Women Who Loved Him is an enlightening biography of Elvis Presley. Written by Alanna Nash, the book is focusing on the love life and relationship of the King of Rock 'n' Roll. In this book, Nash culls reminiscences from long-term girlfriends, starlets like Ann-Margret and Cybill Shepherd, and assorted strippers, showgirls and groupies for this gossipy, besotted biography of rock's original sex god.
They attest to the allure that had females lining up for access to the young Elvis's bed: devastating looks, pelvic gyrations and a bad-boy sneer combined with a romantic soul, sublime kissing technique and a courtliness that lulled parents into handing over their underage daughters. (He was attracted to 14-year-old brunettes, Nash argues, like future wife Priscilla.) And there's the indefinable magnetism—i.e., celebrity—that kept them coming through the drugs and debauchery, the bizarre monologues and random gunplay, the impotence and incontinence and vomit and bloat of the King's declining years.
Nash's mix of breathless melodrama (his voice was soft and sensuous, and he had a mischievous grin on his face, and he was looking straight at her) with rote psychoanalysis (Elvis could never really let go of [his mother] Gladys) often reads like a fan magazine. Her shallow but vivid portrait nonetheless manages to evoke much of what made Elvis so enthralling.
PDF eBook Details(The page count for Baby, Let's Play House PDF eBook might be different from the retail edition due to scanning or formatting.)
• Author: Alanna Nash;
• Genre/Subject: Biography;
• Language: English;
• PDF Pages: 882;
• File Size: 4.7 MB;
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