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Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite album for sale by Elvis Presley was released Apr 28, 1998 on the RCA label. Recorded live at the Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, Hawaii on January 14, 1973. Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite songs Throughout the late-'60s and early-'70s, Elvis Presley and his manager Colonel Tom Parker staged a series of media events designed to keep Elvis in the spotlight. The NBC comeback television special, Elvis' return to live performance, and a four-show run at Madison Square Garden (with a live album released one week after the final concert) were all publicity coups that focused national attention on the King. Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite CD music is a 2-disc set with 29 songs. ...See Full Description
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||never be another|
we saw elvis twice during his concert years.... it was something you had to see live to really get the full effect.
By RON & DEBBIE (BEALETON VA)
||not an enhanced cd|
The remix on this CD is exclusive to this CD, and is an excellent addition to any CD collection. However, it is not an "enhanced cd" as advertised.
By rodstuffpub (Nashville TN)
Simply, The King at his explendor !!!Excellent vocals, instrumentation, and presence. This historical concert is a must for a real Elvis fan.
By wrcgmm (Mayaguez, Puerto Rico)
||Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite|
This Cd Is Very Good. All The Songs Are Live Performances And You Can't Hear The Different Between The Original Song And The Live Version.
By Mon_Griek1 (Netherlands)
||One of Elvis' Best|
I have this on cd my husband & I love this cd. We also have the Aloha from Hawaii on Video. This is one of Elvis's Best albums.
By lann38 (Waco,Tx)
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|ELV1S: 30 # 1 Hits CD (2002) Top Seller
Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite songs Includes liner notes Peter Guralnick and Ernst Mikael Jorgensen.
Commemorating the 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, 30 #1 HITS presents a career-spanning serving of the King's chart-toppers.
Dating back to "Heartbreak Hotel" (which was inspired by a suicide note printed in the Miami Herald), most of these cuts have become indelibly etched into the fabric of pop culture and each has a unique story behind it. "Love Me Tender" has its origins in the Civil War ballad "Aura Lee," "It's Now Or Never" found Elvis Americanizing the Neapolitan ballad "O Sole Mio," and "Wooden Heart" likewise was converted from a German children's song.
This Memphis native's choice of artists to cover was equally intriguing and includes Hollywood legend Al Jolson ("Are You Lonesome Tonight?"), New Orleans soul shouter Smiley Lewis ("One Night"), blues great Big Mama Thornton ("Hound Dog"), and country titan Hank Snow ("[Now And Then There's] A Fool Such As I"). Further testimony of Presley's long-lasting appeal is the inclusion of the JXL Radio Edit Remix of "A Little Less Conversation," a UK #1 that not only enabled Elvis to have more chart-toppers than The Beatles, but also became a hit in a number of other countries including the United States.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Incl. Bonus Track "A Little Less Conversation"
Compilation producer: David Bendeth.
Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals); Myrna Smith, Charles Prescott, J.D. Sumner, Rad Robinson, Jon Dodson, Kathy Westmoreland, The Stamps, The Sweet Inspirations, Ben Speer, Gordon Stoker, Millie Kirkham, Brock Speer (vocals).
Audio Mixers: David Bendeth; Ray Bardani.
Audio Remasterers: George Marino; Ted Jensen.
Audio Remixer: David Bendeth.
Recording information: 01/10/1956-10/29/1976.
Introduction by: Peter Guralnick.
Photographers: Alfred Wertheimer; Albert Watson .
Personnel includes: Elvis Presley (vocals); Gordon Stoker, Ben Speer, Brock Speer, Rad Robinson, Jon Dodson, Charles Prescott, Millie Kirham, Sherrill Nelson, Kathy Westmoreland, Myrna Smith; The Jordanaires; The Surfers; The Sweet Inspirations; The Imperials; J.D. Sumner & The Stamps.
Producers include: Steve Sholes, Chet Atkins, Chips Moman, ...
|50 Greatest Love Songs CDs (2001) Top Seller
Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite buy CD music A two-disc anthology, The 50 Greatest Love Songs compiles many of Elvis Presley's most popular and well-known ballads and midtempo romantic anthems. Included are such cuts as "Always on My Mind," "Are You Lonesome Tonight?," and "It's Now or Never." ~ Matt Collar
Definitive collection of the greatest love songs ever recorded by Elvis.
Personnel includes: Elvis Presley, J.D. Sumner & The Stamps, Mary Greene, Donna Thatcher, Susan Pilkington, Mary Holladay, The Jordanaires, The Sweet Inspirations, The Imperials Quartet, Kelly Westmoreland, Sherrill Nielsen, Rad Robinson, Jon Dodson, Charles Prescott, Ben Speer, Brock Speer, Gordon Stoker.
Compilation producers: Ernst Mikael Jorgensen, Roger Sermon.
|Moody Blue CD (1977) Top Seller
Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite album for sale Recorded between February 4, 1976 & April 25, 1977. Includes liner notes by Colin Escott.
Elvis' last studio album is, in fact, a hodgepodge of recordings from several 1976 studio sessions and four concert tracks. Also included among the live songs are the Olivia Newton John hit, "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)," a pretty silly take on the Gladiolas' "Little Darlin'," and one of Elvis' favorite songs, "Unchained Melody."
Studio tracks include covers of Jim Reeves' country hit "He'll Have to Go," the George Jones hit "She Thinks I Still Care," and two singles that reached the pop Top 40, "Way Down" and the title track. The abundance of country songs on MOODY BLUE reflects the shift in Presley's audience, as does the chart performance of both singles (each reached the number one position on Billboard's country chart). Presley's vocals for the studio tracks were recorded in his den at Graceland.
With 'From E.P. Boulevard' LP Added As Bonus
Personnel includes: Elvis Presley (vocals); The Sweet Inspirations, Sherrill Nielson, Kathy Westmoreland, J.D. Sumner & The Stamps, Myrna Smith (background vocals).
Engineers: Brian Christian, Mike Moran, Clair Brothers.
|Memories: The '68 Comeback Special CDs (1998)
Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite CD music Elvis' '68 COMEBACK SPECIAL was his chance to prove to countless TV viewers that the Elvis who embarrassed himself and his fans in countless lame films and sub-par albums throughout the early-to-mid-'60s was not the real Elvis. This was his attempt to reclaim his rightful place in the world of rock & roll, which had come so far since he helped invent it in the mid-'50s. Over the course of two discs, MEMORIES documents the entire evening, both the prearranged portion of the evening (disc one) and the ad hoc acoustic jam session that was the real highlight of the performance. The real hook here is the presence of several previously unreleased cuts from the latter, which go a long way toward portraying the 1968 Elvis as a man with nothing to prove, possessed of a rock & roll soul he couldn't lose no matter how many white jumpsuits he donned.
Recorded at Western Recorders, Hollywood, California and live at NBC Studios, Burbank, California on June 20-25 & 27, 1968. Includes liner notes by Colin Escott.
Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars); Billy Goldenberg (conductor); The Blossoms; B.J Baker, Sally Stevens, Bob Tebow, John Bahler (vocals); Scotty Moore (acoustic & electric guitars); Charlie Hodge (acoustic guitar); Tommy Tedesco, Mike Deasy, Alvin Casey, Joseph Gibbons, Neil Levang, Charles Britz (guitar); Tommy Morgan (harmonica); Don Randi (piano); Larry Knechtal (keyboards, bass); Charles Berghofer (bass); Hal Blaine, Gary Coleman (drums); Lance Legault (tambourine); Frank DeVito (bongos); John Cyr, Elliot Franks, D.J. Fontana (percussion).
Compilation producers: Ernst Mikael Jorgensen, Roger Semon.
|Elvis in Concert CD (1977)
Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite buy CD music Digitally remastered by Dick Baxter (1992, BMG Recording Studios, New York, New York).
Recorded just months before Presley's death, ELVIS IN CONCERT was released in conjunction with an hour-long Elvis concert special for CBS television. Neither saw the light of day before Presley's untimely demise, which immediately transformed both the special and album into memorials to the King. In that spirit, the album features numerous fan testimonials and a "special message" from Presley's father, Vernon, thanking fans for their condolence letters.
Presley's poor health is sadly evident on this album, as he becomes audibly winded several times and occasionally has difficulty holding pitch. There are moments on ELVIS IN CONCERT when Presley approaches the heights of his earlier years though, singing powerfully on "See See Rider" and "I Got a Woman," among others. ELVIS IN CONCERT graphically documents the tragic demise of the greatest pop star of his era.
Recorded in 1977. Includes liner notes by Patrick Snyder.
Personnel includes: Elvis Presley (vocals); J.D. Sumner and The Stamps, The Sweet Inspirations, Kathy Westmoreland (background vocals).
|An Afternoon in the Garden CD (1997)
Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite songs AN AFTERNOON IN THE GARDEN features the entirety of Elvis' afternoon performance on June 10, 1972 at Madison Square Garden, in the middle of a three-day stand that marked his first-ever concerts in New York City. The evening show from June 10 was released in 1972 as ELVIS AS RECORDED AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN.
Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York on June 10, 1972. Includes liner notes by Colin Escott.
In June 1972, Elvis Presley returned to New York City for his first performances there since an Ed Sullivan Show appearance in late 1956. His shows at Madison Square Garden were, in fact, his first full concerts in New York: During previous visits to the Big Apple, Presley had only performed a few numbers in television studios. Accordingly, Presley's four shows at Madison Square Garden were the subject of mammoth hype, with a live album to be released one week after the stint ended.
That album, ELVIS AS RECORDED AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, was recorded during the evening show on Saturday, June 10. Earlier that day Presley performed a matinee, which RCA also recorded; that show was not released until 1997, as AN AFTERNOON AT THE GARDEN (although three songs from this performance appear on ELVIS-A LEGENDARY PERFORMER VOL. 4). The matinee, like the evening show, features a mix of Elvis hits and songs first popularized by other artists, such as "For the Good Times" (Ray Price, Kris Kristofferson) and "Proud Mary" (Creedence Clearwater Revival). In fact, the lineup of songs on the two albums is nearly identical: the performances vary only slightly.
25 years ago the King played Madison Square Garden for four shows ( The New York Times compared him to "A prince from another planet"), one of which was released on album as Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden . Now RCA is releasing another show from that historic stand, remixed from the original 16-track master tapes with a 12-page booklet and boasting 24 tracks of 100% unreleased Elvis! Includes That's All Right; Hound Dog; Heartbreak Hotel; Can't Help Falling in Love; Love Me Tender; Suspicious Minds the top hits from throughout his career!
Personnel includes: Elvis Presley, Kathy Westmoreland, The Sweet Inspirations, J.D. Sumner & The Stamps (vocals); Charlie Hodge (guitar, vocals); James Burton, John Wilkinson (guitar); Glen D. Hardin (piano); Jerry Scheff (bass).
Producers: Ernst Mikael Jorgensen, Roger Semon.
Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals, guitar); Charlie Hodge (vocals, guitar); J.D. Sumner, J.D. Sumner & the Stamps, Kathy Westmoreland, The Stamps, The Sweet Inspirations (vocals); John Wilkinson, James Burton (guitar); Glen D. Hardin (piano).
Audio Mixer: Dennis Ferrante.
Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
Recording information: Madison Square Garden.
Directors: Klaus Schmalenbach; Michael Omansky.
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