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Elvis In Concert


 

Elvis In Concert - BMG 74321 146932 - Germany 1992 
 

Release: 1988 BMG R25P-1010~11 2 CD version Japan 45 €
Release: 1990 BMG R25P-1010~11 2 CD version Japan 40 €
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-52587-2   USA 17 €
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-52587-2 Longbox USA 25 €
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-52587-2   Canada 20 €
Release: 1993 BMG 74321 146932   Germany 17 €
Release: 1993 BMG BVCP-601   Japan 25
Release: 1994BMG 07863-52587-2  USA 17 €
Release: 1994 BMG 74321 146932   Germany 17 €
Release: 1994 BMG 07863-52587-2   Canada 17 €
Release: 1995 BMG BVCP-601   Japan 25
Release: 1995 BMG 74321 146932   Germany 15 €
Release: 1995 BMG BG2-52587 Columbia House USA 25
Release: 1995BMG 07863-52587-2  USA 15 €
Release: 1996BMG 07863-52587-2 Shinseido Japan 30 €
Release: 1996 BMG BMGRD1227  Korea 25 €
Release: 1997 BMG BG2-52587 Columbia House USA 25
Release: 1997BMG 07863-52587-2  USA 15 €
Release: 1999 BMG BG2-52587 Columbia House USA 25
Release: 2000 BMG 74321 146932   Brazil 22 €
Release: 2000 BMG 74321 146932   EU 15 €
Release: 2001 BMG BVCM-37195 Paper Sleeve Collection Japan 28 €
         
Release: 2007 Sony-BMG 07863-52587-2   USA 15 €
Release: 2007 Sony-BMG 74321 146932   EU 15 €
         
Release: 2010 Sony Music 07863-52587-2   EU 12 €
Release: 2014 Sony Music 07863-52587-2   EU 12 €
 


 
 

Elvis in Concert is the live album released by RCA Records in October 1977 in conjunction with the television special of the same name which featured some of the final performances of Elvis Presley. Videotaped and recorded in June 1977, both the special and album were broadcast and released on October 3, (the single "My Way"/"America the Beautiful" was released the same day) six weeks after Presley's death. The album peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard chart in late 1977. It was certified Gold and Platinum on October 14 and 3x Platinum on August 1, 2002, by the RIAA.

The show was recorded over two days at concerts in Omaha on June 19 and Rapid City, South Dakota on the 21st. Longtime RCA Victor/Elvis producer Felton Jarvis produced the recordings, which were done to 4-track multitrack. According to Elvis: The Illustrated Record by Roy Carr and Mick Farren, the shows were taped with the intent of producing a television special, but Presley's deteriorating physical condition put the project on hold.

After his death, they write, it was decided to go ahead with the special as a tribute. Although both the June 19 and 21 concerts are the last official live professional ones ever recorded of Presley alive, Vernon Presley, Elvis' father, recorded a message that was broadcast at the end of the special and included on the soundtrack album, in which he erroneously states that the performance featured was his son's last appearance; in fact Elvis made five more concert appearances after the filming of the special. Elvis' last concert was in fact on Sunday, June 26, 1977 at the Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. No professional recording of this last performance has ever been issued, but bootlegs of amateur recordings have.  (wikipedia )