Elvis Presley - In Person At The International Hotel Las Vegas Nevada

 (Translucent Gold and Blue Swirl Vinyl + Poster)


Friday Music



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AFRM 4428
UPC: 829421442806
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180 Gram Vinyl Record

180 Gram LP

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180-gram gatefold translucent gold and blue swirl vinyl!

Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso and pressed at RTI

Celebrating five decades of Elvis' incredible Las Vegas Live recordings!

In 1969, Elvis Presley played an unprecedented month long series of sold out and celebrity filled concerts at The International Hotel in Las Vegas. RCA Records were fortunate to have captured the concerts on tape during the late August residency, resulting in another smash album for The King of Rock N' Roll titled "In Person At The International Hotel Las Vegas, Nevada"

Being his first official live album, and also being his first live concert appearances since the early '60's, the LP went on to become one of his most important and historical albums in his amazing catalog. Showcasing some very hard rockin' live performances with a incredible musicians like guitarist James Burton, Ron Tutt on drums and The Sweet Inspirations and The Imperials on background vocals, "The King" sings an energized arsenal of tunes from all facets of his career.

Incredible live tracks include "I Can't Help Falling In Love," "In The Ghetto," "Hound Dog," "All Shook Up" and a extended live workout on his then current hit single "Suspcious Minds."

To celebrate this monumental Elvis Presley LP, Friday Music is pleased to announce the first time 180-gram translucent gold and blue swirl audiophile vinyl release of his RCA classic "In Person At The International Hotel Las Vegas, Nevada "

Friday Music is enhancing your LP with gatefold cover art, as well as a striking 24" x 24" poster insert of the front cover artwork.

"Presley does early hits, Sun stuff, a Willie Dixon blues tune, and his latest singles ('In the Ghetto' and 'Suspicious Minds'). The furthest he steps outside his oeuvre is a cover of the Bee Gees' 'Words.' If only he'd continued in this vein. As it is, this stands with Onstage, February 1970 as his finest live recording." — Amazon.com

1. Blue Suede Shoes
2. Johnny B. Goode
3. All Shook Up
4. Are You Lonesome Tonight?
5. Hound Dog
6. I Can’t Stop Loving You
7. My Babe
8. Mystery Train/Tiger Man
9. Words
10. In The Ghetto
11. Suspicious Minds
12. Can’t Help Falling In Love

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