Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite is a live album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released by RCA Records in February 1973. It peaked at on the Billboard chart in the spring of the same year. The album dominated the charts, reaching in both the pop and country charts in the US.
Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite is a double-album set that captures Elvis' celebrated live television concert from 1973. Arguably, it also captures the peak of the Presley live extravaganzas of the '70s. Spanning two albums and 30 songs (the single-CD reissue from 1992 trims the number of songs to 24), the record finds Elvis pulling out all the stops, running through a set that favors covers and new material at the expense of classics.
Elvis Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite Vinyl Record Set 1972 NM. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Elvis Presley Aloha From Hawaii Record Album LP RCA Double LP 1972 VPSX-6089.
recording session that happened after the show was over.
By the way, ALOHA FROM HAWAII VIA SATELLITE was not the first worldwide satellite broadcast. That honor goes to the 1967 British-based arts documentary OUR WORLD, which featured the first performance of The Beatles' "All You Need Is Love. OUR WORLD was not widely broadcast in the . except on a few "educational television" stations. number 1 album by Elvis during his lifetime. He would experience life at the top once again 30 years later with the release of "Elvis 30 Hits", which should be in every music lovers library. This one, recorded via satellite for a billion people across the globe, is an essential live record that you will enjoy. Although some of his older hits are not given the best treatment, Elvis shows great range in some of the newer numbers, really nailing "American Trilogy", "It's Over", "What Now My Love", and "You Gave Me a Mountain.
In the enjoyable documentary Elvis On Tour he turns his performance into a visual drama. By contrast, the live recording magnifies the worst element of Elvis’ stage show - the simplistic horn arrangements, poorly performed - while the film magnifies the depth of Elvis’ commitment to the music. Charlie Gillett once noted that in his early records Elvis sang at the top of his vocal range but that soon after the move to RCA he started singing lower. The high notes were the mark of an innocently beautiful approach to rock & roll singing, the bass ones more symptomatic of his penchant for self-mockery. And on this album he seldom crawls past the middle register at all, a sure sign of what he’s thinking about himself. There are moments when he pushes past every fault of the format and generates not just smoke but fire - as on a rousing See See Rider.
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