Elvis Presley Live At The International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada August 26, 1969 2LP
Elvis Presley Live At The International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada August 26, 1969 2LP Elvis Presley Live At The International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada August 26, 1969 2LP
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Legacy
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Elvis Presley Live At The International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada August 26, 1969 2LP

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LEGLP60161
UPC:
190759601617
50th Anniversary Of Las Vegas Concert On Double LP!

"I was missing the contact with a live audience," Elvis says in this show, and at every show during his first engagement at The International Hotel in Las Vegas. Apart from two shows in 1961 and the recent TV show, Elvis hadn't performed on stage for 11 years. After years of increasingly worse movies and diminishing record sales, Elvis had just managed to turn his career around with his 1968 TV special. The show had aired on December 3, 1968, and it was a surprising reminder to the world of just how magnetic a performer Elvis Presley still was. Just weeks later Elvis recorded more than 30 songs in Memphis, some of the best work of his career, and the return to live performances on July 31, 1969 was the third step of his resurrection as an artist.

The entire four-week engagement was sold out, and fans and critics were ecstatic. The New York Times wrote "…Elvis Presley came to this place and provided an unbelievable exercise in pure, exciting rock 'n' roll." There was a wild, almost manic, energy to the performances, displaying a burning desire from Elvis and his band to show the full potential of their abilities.

This show demonstrates all the charm and charisma of Elvis and his great, new band, combining repertoire of mainly blues-tinged rock 'n' roll, with a few beautiful ballads and his two, new, hit singles, "In The Ghetto" and "Suspicious Minds." Recorded at the 2,000-seater showroom of the International, the intimate setting also gave Elvis the opportunity to talk to his audience, cracking jokes and telling a 10 minute story of his career, giving a rare insight to an otherwise very private man.

"It's everything you'd want: Elvis and a crackerjack ensemble tearing through the hits (I'm particularly taken by his 'Hound Dog'/'Don't Be Cruel' medley) and some choice cover tunes (another great medley is his combo of 'Yesterday' and 'Hey Jude'). And the midnight shows were the ones where Elvis was at his most playful. The infamous version of 'Are You Lonesome Tonight?' where he breaks out laughing is from this show, and throughout he gets bawdy and goofy, messing with the lyrics of his most familiar songs and toying with the audience. His obvious joy is infectious." - Paste Magazine

Features:
• Double LP
• 50th Anniversary of August 26, 1969 Performance
• Gatefold jacket
• Limited time download

Selections:
Side A:

1. Blue Suede Shoes
2. I Got A Woman
3. All Shook Up
4. Love Me Tender
5. Jailhouse Rock/Don't Be Cruel
6. Heartbreak Hotel
7. Hound Dog
Side B:
1. I Can't Stop Loving You
2. Mystery Train/Tiger Man
3. Monologue
Side C:
1. Baby, What You Want Me To Do*
2. Runaway*
3. Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Laughing Version)*
4. Rubberneckin'*
5. Yesterday/Hey Jude
6. Introductions
Side D:
1. In The Ghetto
2. This Is The Story*
3. Suspicious Minds
4. Can't Help Falling In Love

All tracks previously unreleased except *
Recorded live at The International Hotel, Las Vegas, August 26, 1969 (Midnight show)
Description
50th Anniversary Of Las Vegas Concert On Double LP!

"I was missing the contact with a live audience," Elvis says in this show, and at every show during his first engagement at The International Hotel in Las Vegas. Apart from two shows in 1961 and the recent TV show, Elvis hadn't performed on stage for 11 years. After years of increasingly worse movies and diminishing record sales, Elvis had just managed to turn his career around with his 1968 TV special. The show had aired on December 3, 1968, and it was a surprising reminder to the world of just how magnetic a performer Elvis Presley still was. Just weeks later Elvis recorded more than 30 songs in Memphis, some of the best work of his career, and the return to live performances on July 31, 1969 was the third step of his resurrection as an artist.

The entire four-week engagement was sold out, and fans and critics were ecstatic. The New York Times wrote "…Elvis Presley came to this place and provided an unbelievable exercise in pure, exciting rock 'n' roll." There was a wild, almost manic, energy to the performances, displaying a burning desire from Elvis and his band to show the full potential of their abilities.

This show demonstrates all the charm and charisma of Elvis and his great, new band, combining repertoire of mainly blues-tinged rock 'n' roll, with a few beautiful ballads and his two, new, hit singles, "In The Ghetto" and "Suspicious Minds." Recorded at the 2,000-seater showroom of the International, the intimate setting also gave Elvis the opportunity to talk to his audience, cracking jokes and telling a 10 minute story of his career, giving a rare insight to an otherwise very private man.

"It's everything you'd want: Elvis and a crackerjack ensemble tearing through the hits (I'm particularly taken by his 'Hound Dog'/'Don't Be Cruel' medley) and some choice cover tunes (another great medley is his combo of 'Yesterday' and 'Hey Jude'). And the midnight shows were the ones where Elvis was at his most playful. The infamous version of 'Are You Lonesome Tonight?' where he breaks out laughing is from this show, and throughout he gets bawdy and goofy, messing with the lyrics of his most familiar songs and toying with the audience. His obvious joy is infectious." - Paste Magazine

Features:
• Double LP
• 50th Anniversary of August 26, 1969 Performance
• Gatefold jacket
• Limited time download

Selections:
Side A:

1. Blue Suede Shoes
2. I Got A Woman
3. All Shook Up
4. Love Me Tender
5. Jailhouse Rock/Don't Be Cruel
6. Heartbreak Hotel
7. Hound Dog
Side B:
1. I Can't Stop Loving You
2. Mystery Train/Tiger Man
3. Monologue
Side C:
1. Baby, What You Want Me To Do*
2. Runaway*
3. Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Laughing Version)*
4. Rubberneckin'*
5. Yesterday/Hey Jude
6. Introductions
Side D:
1. In The Ghetto
2. This Is The Story*
3. Suspicious Minds
4. Can't Help Falling In Love

All tracks previously unreleased except *
Recorded live at The International Hotel, Las Vegas, August 26, 1969 (Midnight show)
ISBN
ASSOC
R
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
1.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Artist
Elvis Presley
Title
Live At The International Hotel, Las Vegas NV - August 26, 1969
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
33RPM
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
06-17-2019
Release Date
08-07-2019
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
Scratch & Dent
0
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