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Elvis Presley
Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden


Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden - ND 90663 - Germany 1992 

Release: 1985 RCA RPCD-1009    Japan 40 €
Release: 1986 RCA RPCD-1009   Japan  40 €
Release: 1988BMG RPCD-1009 CD made by BMGJapan 35 €
Release: 1990 BMG BVCP-5009   Japan 20
Release: 1992 BMG 07863 54776-2   USA 12 €
Release: 1992 BMG ND 90663 Elvis in the 90s Germany 12 €
Release: 1992 BMG ND 90663   Australia 20 €
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-54776-2   Canada 18 €
Release: 1993BMG ND 90663Elvis in the 90sGermany 12 €
Release: 1994BMG 07863 54776-2 USA12 €
Release: 1994BMG ND 90663Elvis in the 90sGermany12 €
Release: 1995BMG BVCP 7368 Japan22 €
Release: 1995 BMG 07863 54776-2   USA 12 €
Release: 1995BMG ND 90663Elvis in the 90s Germany12 €
Release: 1997 BMG 07863 54776-2   USA 12 €
Release: 1998BMG ND 90663  Germany12 €
Release: 1998 BMG 07863 54776-2   USA 12 €
Release: 1999BMG ND 90663Artist of the Century EU12 €
Release: 1999BMG 74321 90642 2The Original Elvis Presley Collection EU12 €
Release: 2001 BMG BVCM-37194Paper Sleeve Collection Japan28 €
Release: 2004 Sony-BMG ND 90663  EU12 €
Release: 2007 Sony-BMG 07863 54776-2  USA12 €
Release: 2007Sony-BMG 88697110922 Edition Lemitée Or France 22 €
Release: 2009 Sony BVCM 34476 SHM-CD Japan 25 €
Release: 2010 Sony 07863 54776-2 USA12 €

Collectors note:

See also the enhanded CD:
Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden (Legacy Edition)


Despite all of the television appearances he made which were filmed in New York City (The Ed Sullivan Show, The Steve Allen Sow, Stage Show), Elvis Presley came to New York City only once in his career for a live concert performance. lt was an eagerly awaited event. lt was a historic occasion.

lt all began at 4:00 pm on June 9, 1972, when Presley, in a blue suit in the Mercury Ballroom of the New York Hilton, held a thenrare press conference. One of the members of the press asked why he had started making concert appearances again. "I missed it," he answered. "I missed the closeness of a live audience."

Over the next three days, he had the opportunity to make up for lost time and make history at the same time when he gave four sold-out performances at Madison Square Garden (8:30 pm on the 9th and llth; 2:30 and 8:30 pm on the 10th). He was the first performer ever to do so. 80,000 Fans attended the shows, which grossed $730,000; tickets were $5, $7.50 and $10.

Although RCA Records recorded both shows on the 10th, it is the evening performance that is included on this album.

It was an event. It was standing room only. It is understandable, and now it's captured in the brilliance of digital sound. (from the liner notes)