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Elvis Presley - Elvis In Concert Album


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Tracklist


1Elvis' Fans Comments/Opening Riff1:24
2Elvis Introduces His Father0:47
3I Really Don't Want To Know1:32
4How Great Thou Art3:18
5Medley:I Got A Woman/Amen6:21
6Early Morning Rain1:50
7Hound Dog1:29
8My Way4:08
9Elvis' Fans Comments0:30
10Special Message From Elvis' Father, Vernon Presley0:00
11Are You Lonesome Tonight?3:01
12Elvis Talks0:40
13Medley:O Sole Mio - Sherrill Nielson Solo/It's Now Or Never - Elvis3:50
14And I Love You So3:38
15Johnny B. Goode0:57
16Trying To Get To You2:49
17You Gave Me A Mountain3:25
18That's All Right2:35
19Elvis' Fans Comments0:42
20Theme 2001: A Space Odyssey/Opening Riff1:55
21Hurt2:02
22Can't Help Falling In Love1:41
23Elvis' Fans Comments0:58
24Fairytale2:50
25Medley:(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel2:11
26If You Love Me(Let Me Know)3:02
27Hawaiian Wedding Song2:42
28JailHouse Rock1:34
29Little Sister1:51
30Love Me2:30
31Closing Riff1:20
32What'd I Say0:45


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
APL2-2587Elvis Presley Elvis In Concert ‎(2xLP, Album)RCAAPL2-2587US1977
APL2-2587Elvis Presley Elvis In Concert ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red)RCAAPL2-2587Europe2003
APK2-2587Elvis Presley Elvis In Concert ‎(Cass, Comp, Dou)RCAAPK2-2587Canada1977
RCA-9139~40Elvis Presley Elvis In Concert ‎(2xLP, Album, Promo)RCARCA-9139~40Japan1977
PK 02587Elvis Presley Elvis In Concert ‎(Cass, Album)RCAPK 02587UK1977


Credits


  • Backing VocalsJ.D. Sumner & The Stamps, Kathy Westmoreland, The Sweet Inspirations
  • Creative DirectorCol. Tom Parker
  • EngineerBill Harris, Chip Young, Doug Nelson
  • Executive Producer – Felton Jarvis
  • Producer [TV Special]Dwight Hemion, Gary Smith


Notes


In June of 1977 Elvis Presley arranged to have one of his concerts recorded and broadcast on CBS network television. The show was also recorded to be released as a live album, the first in many years. It wasn't a special night, it just happened to be the last stop on the first leg of the 1977 tour. Elvis didn't look well; he was obviously tired. His once-svelte, dangerous form was hugely bloated, a terrible parody of himself. The spangled jumpsuit he wore bore a sun symbol stretched across his chest, a horrible choice for his size. But his voice, despite sounding as tired as he looked, was still pure. He was still Elvis, and his audience still loved him, no matter what he looked like. He was their sun god, their idol, and he was showing his human side. Showing his failings made them love him even more. He never wanted to be more than just human. Just a man.

The show was not broadcast, and the album was not released, until after August 16, 1977, that fateful day some of us still remember with surprising detail. Added to the show was an emotional thank you from Vernon Presley, Elvis' father, for all the cards and letters received by the family since Elvis' death. The album was stretched to a double LP with the addition of tracks gleaned from the entire final tour, including songs such as 'O Solo Mio/It's Now or Never', 'I Got A Woman', 'Trying To Get To You', 'Little Sister', and 'And I Love You So'.

This album is not a standout Elvis concert. What it is, however, is a vitally important piece of Elvis lore; a necessary slice of his overall history. People who loved only the young Elvis and despised what he became in this final year do themselves a disservice. Elvis singing 'You Gave Me A Mountain' is a majestic experience, as you can see and feel him climbing each and every mountain, mountains you know well he put in front of himself through his own failings. This album also lacks many of Elvis' live standards, such as 'An American Trilogy' and 'Suspicious Minds'.But what it does have is one of his final singles, 'My Way', a powerful sendoff from the King, and his final farewell before the end, 'We'll meet you again. May God bless you. Adios'.As though he knew what was coming, Elvis had never before ended a concert with 'goodbye'

Sides A and B - from the CBS-TV Special
Sides C and D - additional songs recorded on tour June 1977

Gatefold.

White rim text on all 4 records


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ALP-2-2587-A-CR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ALP-2-2587-B-CR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): ALP2 2587 C CR 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): ALP2 2587 D 2 CR 6A 2
  • Rights Society: n©b


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – RCA Records
  • Manufactured By – Grammofon AB Electra
  • Printed By – SIB-Tryck, Tumba


Album


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Elvis Presley - Elvis In Concert Album
Classic Rock
Performer: Elvis Presley
Title: Elvis In Concert
Category: Rock / Country
Country: Scandinavia
Released: 1977
Label: RCA
Catalog #: APL2-2587
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 301
Record Source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album