HELLFIRE - 17 editions



HELLFIRE - 17 editions

Postby Jeroen » Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:38 pm

We've posted all the covers of books written about Jerry on Facebook. (Tags will be added soon.)
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set= ... 699&type=3
There are 17 editions (in several languages) of Hellfire as far as we know.
We're looking for a high resolution scan & publishing information of the book attached. Who can help?

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Please contact me at jerryleerocks@hotmail.com

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Re: HELLFIRE - 17 editions

Postby PeterC » Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:57 pm

I'll help if you post them here instead (or in addition to)...
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Re: HELLFIRE - 17 editions

Postby Jeroen » Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:43 pm

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Re: HELLFIRE - 17 editions

Postby PirateHook » Fri Jan 15, 2016 9:24 pm

Here we got No.18: http://rockandrollarmy.com/magazine/mon ... lewis.html

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Looks like a Star-Club photo.

The February 17 goes on sale in our country " Eternal fire . The story of Jerry Lee Lewis ," author Nick Tosches work . The book, considered one of the best ever written biographies of rock, comes from the hand of the publishing house Contra and features a foreword by renowned critic and writer Greil Marcus .

Originally released in 1982 and claimed to this day , in " Eternal Fire " ( " Hellfire " ) Tosches toggles between the darkest and unleashed fiction and documentary surgical precision to narrate the dramatic and gruesome life of Jerry Lee Lewis, one of the most legendary in the history of American popular music. Eternal fire illuminates the tormented soul of one of the most enduring pop culture wild and realize the great revolution that led to the emergence of rock and roll, rumble and revulsion which have survived to this day .

" Eternal fire . The story of Jerry Lee Lewis"
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Re: HELLFIRE - 17 editions

Postby Akiller » Tue Jan 19, 2016 8:30 pm

Jeroen wrote:Image

Well, seems we have two different front covers in the finnish editions, the name of the book is "Helvetin Tuli" in finnish.
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