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Elvis Presley: The Searcher


The two-part three-hour film takes a look at the pop legend’s life up until the 1976 Jungle Room recording sessions with new interviews, never-before seen pictures and video.

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From Glenn Garvin at Reason.com:

There are a lot of reasons to love The Searcher, and that tape fragment (from the night Elvis and a pickup band turned a stately bluegrass waltz called “Blue Moon Of Kentucky” into a balls-to-the-wall jam) is a big one. Director Thom Zimny, who has made several well-regarded Bruce Springsteen documentaries, got access to everything in the Graceland archives, from home movies to ancient recordings of radio interviews. Full Review

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