Aloha And Comeback DVD Tracklisting

Here is the tracklisting of the new editions of the Aloha From Hawaii Special and the Comeback Special. The DVD's are currently available at with 30% discount. ELVIS, '68 Comeback Special, Deluxe Edition DVD Disc 1 (running time: 2:40:49) Chapter 1: Elvis, NBC TV Special Original December 3, 1968 Broadcast (Adapted) (15 tracks) Chapter 2: Black Leather Sit-Down Show #1, June 27, 1968 (15 tracks) Chapter 3: Black Leather Sit-Down Show #2, June 27, 1968 (15 tracks) Disc 2 (running time: 1:48:32) Chapter 1: Black Leather Stand-Up Show #1, June 29, 1968 (10 tracks) Chapter 2: Black Leather Stand-Up Show #2, June 29, 1968 (12 tracks) Chapter 3: Trouble/Guitar Man TV Show Opener - All Takes and Raw Components, June 30, 1968 (10 tracks) Chapter 4: If Can Dream TV Show Closer - All Takes, June 30, 1968 (4 tracks) Chapter 5: Huh-huh-huh Promo June 30, 1968 Chapter 6: Elvis Closing Credits Scene Without Credits Roll, June 30, 1968 Chapter 7: If I Can Dream - Special Music Video 2004 Chapter 8: DVD Credits Roll (A Little Less Conversation) Disc 3 (running time: 2:51:27) Chapter 1: Gospel Production Number - All Takes and Raw Components Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child / Where Could I Go But To the Lord / Up Above My Head / Saved (21 tracks) Chapter 2: Guitar Man Production Number - All Takes and Raw Components Big Boss Man / It Hurts Me / Let Yourself Go / Nothingville / Guitar Man / Little Egypt / Trouble (65 tracks) ELVIS, Aloha from Hawaii, Deluxe Edition DVD Disc 1 (running time: 02:18:27) Chapter 1: Elvis Arrives and Greets Fans [January 9, 1973] Chapter 2: Rehearsal Concert [January 12, 1973] (21 tracks) Chapter 3: Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii Concert [January 14, 1973] (24 tracks) Disc 2 (running time: 01:43:39) Chapter 1: Post-Concert "Insert" Songs Session [January 14, 1973] (12 tracks) Chapter 2: Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii NBC TV Special [April 4, 1973 Broadcast Version] (29 tracks)
Source: EPE - Elvis Presley Enterprises / Updated: May 19, 2004 

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Tony Trout (profilecontact) wrote on May 25, 2004report abuse
a couple of questions about the "Aloha" DVD: Will Elvis's "General Flunkie", directed at Charlie Hodge during the band intros, be included? Will Elvis's introduction of Jack Lord be on the DVD? Will the "lying like a rug" comment after "Hound Dog" be on there??
pacer1965 (profilecontact) wrote on May 22, 2004report abuse
they said on they would not have the hawaiian scenery in the background
elvishimselvis (profilecontact) wrote on May 21, 2004report abuse
Remember the special with Ann Margaret that showed all three of Elvis TV specials.. They first aired it a few months after Elvis died. I could have sworn when they played the Early Morning Rain song it was Elvis walking on the beach and not the hawaiin guy that I see on the Aloha DVD that I have now. Is this my imagination or does anyone else remember this. Im sure if it does exist it will be on this. Also it will be nice to see the songs they taped after the special without all the split screen hawaii scenery background.
Herman (profilecontact) wrote on May 21, 2004report abuse
Thank you EPE, this is what we are waiting for. For the fans: I hope that they will do the same with Elvis On Tour, Elvis In Concert "77 and Elvis The Concert. Of course maybe a That's The Way It Is vol.2. On the '68 Comeback Special, you see that there is a new music video of If I Can Dream (2004), is this going to be a new single or promo for the new DVD-Box ? Does anybody know that ?
Whit kind regards, HERMAN (the Netherlands)
Renan (profilecontact) wrote on May 21, 2004report abuse
elvishimselvis the 12 tracks are repeated. There are false start If I´m not mistaken in "No More" and four tracks of "Hawaiin wedding song". Colin B on January,13th,1973 as far as I know Elvis went on stage with the producers with a headphone where he checks the stage. There was a rehearsal where cameras were filming Elvis on stage. This was told In 1973. Probably two songs. I can´t hardly wait for these DVD´s!
elvishimselvis (profilecontact) wrote on May 21, 2004report abuse
Im very interested to see if they did any other songs after the Aloha show besides Hawaiin wedding song. Kuipo, Blue Hawaii and Early morning Rain... maybe they did a few moments of other songs.. they say in the track listing there are 12 tracks for that segment... are they different songs or differernt takes of the 4 we know already????
Colin B (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2004report abuse
Renan- There was no Aloha rehearsal from 13th !
Renan (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2004report abuse
All that I can say is: GREAT NEWS. Complete concerts are being released. Will it be showing Elvis before the concert? Waiting for "See See Rider" in 2001 theme?? Wouldn´t it be fantastic?? Does anybody know if the rehearsal from January 13rd was recorded? Any rehearsal for 68 Comeback, which Elvis is wearing a blue shirt? Any news thanks!!
myelvis (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2004report abuse
i can't wait for the 2 dvd's to be released. Does anybody know when the ELVIS LIVES dvd is going to be released.
hopefully i will see some of you at ELVIS WEEK in august to celebrate the 50th anniversary of rock n roll, because elvis has made a big impact in all our lives, in one way or another. LONG LIVE THE KING. god bless all the elvis fans worldwide, see you all at ELVIS WEEK.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2004report abuse
MV: According to the track listing info. at the offical EPE site Let Yourself Go and It Hurts Me have been added to the Guitar Man medley sequence as was originally intended. Even though they were removed for the original broadcast.
MV (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2004report abuse
As the original 68 show omitted Let yourself Go & It Hurts Me does this mean the version on disc 1 will do also? Is the 76min video version also included or are these 2 tracks being released not as part of the original show?
joemin (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2004report abuse
I agree with Dismas, a single disc upgrade would be a great idea, especialy for 68 Comeback. While both of these multi-disc DVD's will sell well, and they are both like manna for the hard-core fan, there are millions of fans who will not buy either of these. A single disc DVD would appeal to a much broader audience. I think it could sit side by side with the deluxe editions...
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2004report abuse
These 2 DVDs are the greatest products ever to be released and that is brilliant news. However, it is still staggering the lack of worldwide promotion and marketing for these DVDs, you ask any of your friends who are not hardcore Elvis like we are, but are fans, and I absolutely guarantee you that they will have no idea about these forthcoming releases and that is criminal. I live in England, UK, and I know of at least 10 people this week who didnt have a clue about it. PS - And you have got to ask yourself, why are so many people still but copies of Aloha and 68 from Ebay ??? I can only guess its because they have no idea about these deluxe issues.
James69 (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2004report abuse
Jim, these DVD's are indeed COMPLETE, every song is included. DISMAS, the price is right for these DVD's, I seen them on pre-order for as low as $20.00 (Aloha) and $30.00 for the 68 Comeback.
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2004report abuse
You Elvis experts out there - is there any missing tracks for Aloha or is that a complete set ??
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2004report abuse
My only real concern is that both of these sets will seem so massive and (relatively) high-priced as to intimidate the mainstream into not purchasing them. This, in turn, will once again reinforce the idea within the industry that Elvis video projects/products are not supported by the general public. I have no doubt that folks like us within the ElvisWorld will rejoice big time upon our purchase of these multi-disc sets, and move a nice enough number of these DVDs in the short term. However, I also think they should've made single-disc upgrades of the originals available for the more casual fans among the mainstream longform music video audience.
CapiTrueno (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2004report abuse
I won't believe it until I have it!!

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