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Aloha From Hawaii via Satellite


 

Aloha From Hawaii via Satellite - PD 82642 - Germany 1985 
 

Release: 1985 RCA PD 82642   Germany  24 €
Release: 1985 RCA PD82642 German Club Edition Germany 25 €
Release: 1985 RCA PD 82642   France 35 €
Release: 1986 RCA R32P-1053   Japan 28 €
      
Release: 1987BMG R32P-1053 Japan 25 €
Release: 1988BMG R32P-1053 Japan 25 €
Release: 1989 BMG SPCD 1092   Australia 25 €
Release: 1989BMG R32P-1053 Japan 25 €
Release: 1990 BMG R32P-1053   Japan 20 €
Release: 1991 BMG PD 82642   Germany 20 €
Release: 1991BMG R32P-1053 Japan25 €
Release: 1992 BMG PD 82642   Australia 20 €
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-52642-2   USA 18 €
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-52642-2   Canada 18 €
Release: 1992 BMG CD 20.099   Brazil 25 €
Release: 1992 BMG BVCP 217   Japan 25 €
Release: 1994 BMG 07863-52642-2   USA 18 €
Release: 1994 BMG PD 82642   Germany 15 €
Release: 1999 BMG BG2 52642 Columbia House Music Club Canada 30 €
Release: 1995 BMG 74321 28987 2   Germany 12 €
Release: 1995BMG BVCP 7421 Japan25 €
Release: 1997 BMG 07863-52642-2 BMG Direct Marketibg USA 20 €
Release: 1997BMG 74321 28987 2 Germany12 €
Release: 1999 BMG BG2 52642 Columbia House Music Club USA 30 €
Release: 1999 BMG BG2 52642 Columbia House Music Club Canada 30 €

 


This CD was reissued with 5 bonus tracks in 1998.

See also: Aloha From Hawaii via Satellite - Legacy Edition


 

Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite is a concert that was headlined by Elvis Presley, and was broadcast live via satellite on January 14, 1973.

The concert took place at the Honolulu International Center (HIC) in Honolulu (now known as the Neal S. Blaisdell Center) and aired in over 40 countries across Asia and Europe (who received the telecast the next day, also in primetime). Despite the satellite innovation, the United States did not air the concert until April 4, 1973 (because the concert took place the same day as Super Bowl VII). Viewing figures have been estimated to be between 1 and 1.5 billion viewers worldwide. The show was the most expensive entertainment special at the time, costing $2.5 million.

Audience tickets for the January 14 concert and its January 12 pre-broadcast rehearsal show carried no charge. Each audience member was asked to pay whatever he or she could afford. The performance and concert merchandise sales raised $75,000 for the Kui Lee Cancer Fund in Hawaii. (wikipedia )