Label: RCA Victor - VPSX-6089 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Gatefold • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Rock & Roll, Arena Rock, Symphonic Rock
It peaked at You Can (Factory Team Remix) - Kate Project - You Can (File) on the Billboard chart in the spring of the same year. Despite the satellite innovation, the US did not air the concert until April 4. Aloha from Hawaii which was a worldwide ratings smash went to 1 on the Billboard album chart.
It was initially released only in quadraphonic soundbecoming the first album in the format to top the Billboard album chart. After Quadrophonic sound failed to catch on, RCA issued a standard stereophonic version of the album.
The album contains all the live performances from the TV special, but omits the five songs Presley recorded after the show and which were featured on the original broadcast; these would be issued later on the album Mahalo from Elvis. The album also omits Presley's brief announcement concerning the concert being presented for the benefit of the Kui Lee Cancer Fund. This is the penultimate live album that Presley released during his lifetime, the last being Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis the following year.
The following tracks were recorded by Presley after the concert and inserted into the broadcast with the exception of "No More", which remained unheard until 's Mahalo from Elvis. They were not included in the original soundtrack album, but they appear on The Monkey Speaks His Mind - Barry Adamson - As Above So Below CD reissue.
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