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Elvis Presley
That's The Way It Is


 

That's The Way It Is - Germany 1993 - BMG 74321 14690 2

Release: 1985 RCA RPCD-1006   Japan 35 €
Release: 1986 RCA RPCD-1006   Japan 35 €
Release: 1987 RCA RPCD-1006   Japan 35 €
      
Release: 1988BMG RPCD-1006 Japan 30 €
Release: 1990 BMG BVCP-5006   Japan 24 €
Release: 1992 BMG BVCP-5006   Japan 24 €
Release: 1993 BMG 74321 14690 2   Germany 14 €
Release: 1993 BMG 07863 54114 2   USA 14 €
Release: 1993 BMG 07863 54114 2   Canada 16 €
Release: 1994 BMG 54114-2   Brazil 20 €
Release: 1994 BMG 74321 14690 2   Germany 14 €
Release: 1994 BMG 07863 54114 2   USA 12 €
Release: 1995 BMG BVCP 7365 20 bit K2 Japan 22 €
Release: 1996 BMG 74321 14690 2   Germany 12 €
Release: 1997 BMG 54114-2   Brazil 18 €
Release: 1997 BMG 74321 14690 2   Germany 12 €
Release: 2004 BMG BVCM 37522   Japan 22 €
Release: 2006 BMG BVCM 37790   Japan 20 €
         
Release: 2014 Sony Music 74321 14690 2   EU 10 €
Release: 2015 Sony Music SICP 4498 Let It Rock Japan 10 €

 

These 12 tracks was reissued in 2000 as part of CD1 of the 3CD box-set:
That's The Way It Is - Special Edition

2014 again reissued on CD 1 of
That's The Way It Is -  Legacy Edition
and
That's The Way It Is -  Deluxe Edition

See also:
Thatīs The Way It Is - 24 Karat Gold Disc
FTD - That's The Way It Is


 

That's the Way It Is is an album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Records, LSP 4445, in November 1970. It consists of eight studio tracks recorded at RCA Studio B in Nashville, and four live in-concert tracks recorded at The International Hotel in Las Vegas. It accompanied the theatrical release of the documentary film of the same name (although it is not generally considered a soundtrack album), and peaked at number 21 on the Billboard 200 and at number eight on the country chart. It was certified Gold on June 28, 1973 by the Recording Industry Association of America.


The original vinyl LP consisted of eight tracks recorded in the studio in Nashville at the marathon sessions in June 1970 that would also yield several singles and the Elvis Country album, and four tracks from his August 1970 engagement at The International Hotel in Las Vegas. The track "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" had been released as the advance single on October 6; its b-side, "Patch It Up", appears in a live version here. "The Next Step Is Love" had previously been released as a b-side in July 1970, and its A-side "I've Lost You" appears in a live version here as well. The concert version of "I Just Can't Help Believin'" from this album would be released as a single in the United Kingdom in November 1971 and go to number six on their charts. Its b-side "How the Web Was Woven" was also taken from this album. (wikipedia )