All one would have to do is listen to the audience concerts.<quoted text>A lot of EWH was made up for sure. They were so p*****off at him that they just wanted revenge. I couldn't read it. I tried and gave up. Goldman's book is too depressing and he's got so much contempt for Elvis I couldn't imagine reading it. Nash's book is just a long list of supposed sexcapades that are not very convincing. She paints Elvis in such a pathetic light, as though he couldn't control himself at all. I don't see any reason to be so disrespectful, of course she, like so many others, was just see the bottom line.
Elvis certainly knew what what was going on and he was sharp.
2 nights on the road in 77 and he knew what he did the night before.
It was in Norman, Ok 3-25-77 and 3-26-77.
He said to the band...
"Let's do something else, we did that last night"
Anyone who thinks that Elvis was out of it all the time is wrong.
The bodyguard book did not make things better.
Elvis had every right to fire them regardless.
Red and Sonny made a mistake writing such a trashy book.
Elvis saw it as a betrayal of friendship.
It did not help his drug addiction. Instead, he just took more.