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About this product
- Artist:Elvis Presley
- Release Year:1992
- Record Label:RCA
- Genre:Oldies,Rock 'N' Roll
- Playing Time:72 min.
- Contributing Artists:J.D. Sumner
- Producer:Chick Crumpacker (Reissue)
- Distributor:BMG (distributor)
- Recording Type:Live
- Recording Mode:Stereo
- SPAR Code:n/a
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- jkess123Mar 04, 2014by
This album is the same as the concert Elvis performed in 1977. As you listen to these songs, Elvis gave his all and didn't disappoint. If you want to purchase a great album by Elvis this would be one of those. Still performing as no other, Elvis knew how to give us all with a voice that was truly blessed. Elvis' voice matured over time and there are many songs here that showed his talent is unmatched by any other.
If you were fortunate enough to see Elvis in 1977 this would be a fantastic gift for yourself or someone who loves Elvis music.
- countrymusic100Aug 05, 2011by
A fine document of Elvis 1977
The spring and summer of 1977 were the final days for the life of Elvis Presley. He embarked on what would be his last-ever series of sold-out concerts in the United States. CBS negotiated a deal for a major television special to be aired later in the year. The result is the live double-album, "Elvis In Concert". While he might not have been in the greatest physical shape of his life by any means, he still gave 110%. Originally issued as a 2-disc vinyl LP, with the soundtrack to the special on disc 1 and additional songs on disc 2, it was later reissued as a single-disc CD. Elvis made some very interesting choices in his song selections, which span his entire recording career from 1954 to 1977. There are brief audio tracks of comments from Elvis' fans, mixed together with the songs from the special. And, a closing comment from Elvis' father Vernon. Some of his best-known songs are featured: "See See Rider", "That's All Right", "Jailhouse Rock", "It's Now Or Never", "How Great Thou Art", "Early Morning Rain", "You Gave Me A Mountain", "Are You Lonesome Tonight", "Teddy Bear", "Don't Be Cruel", "Hound Dog", "Love Me", "Trying To Get To You", "Hawaiian Wedding Song", "Little Sister", "Fairytale", "What'd I Say", "I Got A Woman", "Johnny B. Goode", "And I Love You So", "I Really Don't Want To Know", "Hurt", "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)" and "Can't Help Falling In Love" are the musical selections that were an integral part of Elvis' stage repertoire from this final tour. These songs in this album were performed in Omaha, Nebraska on June 19th and Rapid City, South Dakota on the 21st. Together, they comprise a unique chapter in the legacy of Elvis Presley, giving the listener a glimpse of what he did during that time. A highlight of this CD is Elvis introducing his father Vernon to the audience. Originally released after his death, "Elvis In Concert" remains a special album that brilliantly chronicles the end of a musical icon.Read full review
- hdm-yooo!Feb 10, 2011by
The majority of songs on this album are worth the price
The majority of songs on this album are worth the price of the CD. Excellent versions of Jailhouse Rock, CC Rider, I really don't want to know. Contrary to many of the other reviews, Elvis did not forget the words to "Are you lonesome tonight". You only have to listen to the many "unauthorised" live albums to know that, this is a song that he ALWAYS messed around with in the monolog - observe the perfect timing as he speaks and jokes with the section, returning, on beat, to complete the vocals. The "forgot the words" was media hype at the time.
- blueknight12345Nov 18, 2010by
Elvis in Concert CBS Special , June 1977
This is the last performance Elvis gave as a TV special. He was obviously not in good health, but was in good humor. Most of the songs Elvis gives his best to sing, but you can hear he is tired. If you are an Elvis fan add this one to your collection. I bought Elvis In Concert because it was his last TV special. The fan comments on the cd are from Elvis On Tour.
- mecksosgt11Jan 09, 2009by
Elvis In Concert
Absolutely love this cd! Elvis' voice is strong as ever, and his performance of "How Great Thou Art" is just outstanding!!! Love listening to Elvis introduce his father, very sweet! I would say this cd is one of the best in his live performaces! Elvis is the BEST, and to me he always wiil be! If you are an Elvis fan, You will love this cd!