Elvis Presley records the album ‘On Stage’ at the International Hotel in Las Vegas (1970)
Elvis Presley‘s ‘On Stage’ is a live album recorded between February 17 and 19, 1970 at the International Hotel in Las Vegas and released in June by RCA Records.
Track Listing : 1.See See Rider (Traditional) – 03:08 . 2.Release Me (Eddie Miller, Dub Williams, Robert Yount) – 03:11 . 3.Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond) – 02:43 . 4.Runaway (Del Shannon, Max Crook) – 02:47 . 5.The Wonder Of You (Baker Knight) – 02:38 . 1.Polk Salad Annie (Tony Joe White) – 05:33 . 2.Yesterday (Paul McCartney,John Lennon) – 02:27 . 3.Proud Mary (John Fogerty) – 02:47 . 4.Walk A Mile In My Shoes (Joe South) – 02:59 . 5.Let It Be Me (Gilbert Bécaud, Mann Curtis, Pierre Delanoë) – 03:39
Musicians : Elvis Presley – Guitar (Baritone), Vocals . Glen D. Hardin – Keyboards, Piano . Jerry Scheff – Bass . Ron Tutt – Drums . Bob Lanning – Drums . Ronnie Tutt – Drums . James Burton – Guitar . James Wilkinson – Guitar . Charlie Hodge – Guitar . Larry Muhoberac – Organ, Piano . Bobby Morris – Conductor . The Imperials Quartet – Backing Vocals . The Sweet Inspirations – Backing Vocals
Production : Produced By Elvis Presley . Al Pachucki – Engineer
Arrangements : Glen Spreen, Bergen White, Glen D. Hardin, Elvis Presley
Package : Jacqueline Murphy – Art Coordinator
Recorded February 17–19, 1970 At International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Released In June 1970 By Rca Records.
(Source Elvis Presley – On Stage | Official Site)
Elvis’ second live album, partly cut at the International Hotel in Las Vegas in early 1970, is one of his most unfairly underrated releases. At the time, it did seem a bit cheap, offering ten songs that weren’t necessarily associated with Presley. […]
Elvis Information Network.
Here was an album of Elvis in concert which featured NO Elvis oldies and hits! It cleverly demonstrated that Elvis really was musically & professionally growing with the times […]
Elvis History Blog
Priscilla Presley once said she wished everyone could have seen Elvis on stage during his early Las Vegas shows because it was then that he was full of energy and at his best vocally and physically. […]
Comments are closed.