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Elvis Presley: 25th Anniversary Concert - 'Live' from Memphis
     

Elvis Presley: 25th Anniversary Concert - 'Live' from Memphis

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Director: Elvis Presley

Cast: Elvis Presley

 

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The King may be gone, but his voice lives on in a special 2002 tribute concert that combines vintage performance footage of Elvis with a live performance by the very musicians who whom he previously shared the stage. A giant video screen brings The King's dazzling charisma front and center as the band provides musical backing for twenty-six beloved hits. Featured

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The King may be gone, but his voice lives on in a special 2002 tribute concert that combines vintage performance footage of Elvis with a live performance by the very musicians who whom he previously shared the stage. A giant video screen brings The King's dazzling charisma front and center as the band provides musical backing for twenty-six beloved hits. Featured songs include "CC Rider," "Are You Lonesome Tonight," "Bridge Over Troubled Water," "My Way," amd "Can't Help Falling in Love."

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Release Date:
03/13/2012
UPC:
0617884631291
Source:
Chordant
Sales rank:
83,674

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Elvis Presley: 25th Anniversary Concert - 'Live' from Memphis 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
GCandy More than 1 year ago
It is amazing that technology allows us to watch Elvis perform along with his band members in real time. It's always fun to see "then" and "now" pictures of his backup singers and musicians, but Elvis stays the same! It's wonderfully entertaining. The interviews were good too. Worth double the price.
ace-rocket More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing experience. Although the King of Rock 'N' Roll is no longer around, he is "live" in concert. He is seen on the big screen in clips from previous concerts with his original band from each clip shown playing the music live on stage while the King "sings".