(2002/IET) Hardback/Gebunden, 21x30 cm, 120 Pages/Seiten
In August 1973, Dutch rock photographer Laurens van Houten flew to Las Vegas to capture the magic of Elvis Presley in concert with his camera. He wasn't even sure whether he would be able to make any photos at all, because the Hilton had a very strict 'no photography allowed' policy. Luckily, van Houten got much more than he could have hoped for. On September 3, 1973, Elvis performed one of the strongest and most unusual shows of his career, and van Houten was only a couple of feet away from him, with his camera ready. That night, he documented all the energy, excitement, drama, and fun of the King on stage. In 'Elvis: Caught In A Trap', you can now enjoy the full brilliance of Laurens van Houten's photography for the first time. Complemented by his story about seeing and photographing Elvis in Vegas, rare memorabilia, and an introduction by Elvis' piano-player and arranger Glen D. Hardin, this unique photo-book is a must for every Elvis fan!