The Get Yer Vinyl Out record label released the 'Greatest Hits... Live' compilation on eco-colored vinyl (made from randomly mixed color vinyl compound). The LP is available a week earlier than originally announced.
Publicity stated: Hear the immortal sounds of Elvis Presley rockin' the USA from Virginia to Rhode Island, through to North Carolina and Nevada.
'Greatest Hits Live' is a stunning set that charts his colossal, hitmaking journey from his formative years in Memphis to a worldwide stage as the King of rock 'n' roll. This is a golden opportunity to hear these legendary hits performed in their heyday, live on stage, in front of his adoring fans. As one of the most renowned cultural icons of the 20th century, Elvis may have 'left the building’, but he's here in all his glory for a new generation to enjoy. '‘til we meet again, may God bless you. Goodbye.'
Get Yer Vinyl Out brings together these greatest hits performed by the man himself during his reign in the 70s as the all-time king of rock ‘n’ roll. Superb, professionally remastered original broadcasts, pressed on Eco Mixed 180g Vinyl and presented in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with background liners and timeline photos.
Tracks side 1: 1. That's All Right * (1:56) / 2. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel (Medley) **** (2:04) / 3. Hound Dog **** (1:25) / 4. Blue Suede Shoes *** (1:14) / 5. Love Me Tender *** (1:49) / 6. All Shook Up **** (1:02) / 7. Jailhouse Rock **** (1:35) / 8. It's Now Or Never **** (2:19) / 9. Are You Lonesome Tonight ***** (3:49) / 10. Can't Help Falling In Love * (1:52) / 11. Return To Sender ** (1:45) / 12. Love Letters **** (2:47) / 13. In The Ghetto * (2:40).
Side 2: 1. Suspicious Minds * (5:43) / 2. Sweet Caroline * (3:55) / 3. Proud Mary * (2:16) / 4. Kentucky Rain * (3:13) / 5. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me *** (2:03) / 6. An American Trilogy *** (4:24) / 7. Polk Salad Annie * (5:03) / 8. Hurt **** (1:52).
Recordings are from *: International Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, 26th January 1970 (PBS-TV) / **: Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA, 9th April 1972 (WNBC-TV) / ***: International Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, 5th February 1973 (PBS-TV) / ****: Providence Civic Centre, Providence, RI, 26th June 1976 (WPRO-FM) / *****: Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC, 21st February 1977 (WBXT-FM)