Elvis  by Elvis Presley
Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals, piano); Joe Guercio (conductor); Joe Esposito (guitar, percussion); James Burton, Charlie Hodge, John... Read More
Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals, piano); Joe Guercio (conductor); Joe Esposito (guitar, percussion); James Burton, Charlie Hodge, John Wilkinson, Chip Young (guitar); David Briggs, Glenn Hardin (piano); Norman Putnam, Emory Gordy, Jerry Scheff (bass); Ronnie Tutt, Jerry Carrigan, Kenneth Buttrey (drums); Dolores Edgin, June Page, Hurshel Wiginton, Joseph Babcock, Millie Kirkham, Ginger Holliday, Kathy Westmoreland, Mary Holliday, Temple Riser, The Imperials Quartet, J.D. Sumner & The Stamps (background vocals). Recorded at RCA's Studio B, Nashville, Tennessee in March and May, 1971; RCA Studios, Hollywood, California on March 27-28, 1973. Track 5 recorded live at The Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada on February 16, 1972. Originally released on RCA (APL1-0283). Digitally remastered by Dick Baxter at BMG Recording Studios, New York, New York. Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals, guitar, piano); J.D. Sumner (vocals); Joe Esposito (guitar, percussion); Chip Young, John Wilkinson, James Burton, Charlie Hodge (gu... Minimize
Product Review Summary
1 Review from Epinions.com
Aug 29, 2000
Elvis in the 70's: A mixed bag
Pros: Moments of musical brilliance, good cover and interesting liner notes.
Cons: Only 10 tracks, less than thirty minutes, some depressing content.
Not the best example of Elvis in the seventies, but by no means the worst. There is enough strong material, however, to warrant at least a listen. Read More at Epinions.com