That's The Artwork And Tracks

Here is the artwork and tracklisting of the Legacy DeLuxe release of That's The Way It Is.

On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, will release That's The Way It Is (Deluxe Edition), the most ambitious Elvis Presley restoration package ever created, bringing together-for the first time ever--the album, the theatrical and home video versions of the film, six full-length concerts (featuring previously unreleased performances), rehearsal highlights and other rare recordings in one astounding and essential package. The result of an historic partnership between Sony Music and Warner Brothers Home Video, the deluxe set combines the video and audio assets of Elvis: That's The Way It Is with unique and previously unreleased material.

A highly-collectible 8CD/2DVD box set, That's The Way It Is (Deluxe Edition), marks the first time the 1970 documentary and album have been available in a single package, with bonuses including unreleased material, remixed and remastered audio and a new 80-page book detailing the entire event with facts, songwriter and musician interviews, and photos in a deluxe 8CD/2DVD box set. A 2CD Legacy Edition will also be available.

Artwork Legacy release That's The Way It Is


Elvis: That's The Way It Is (Deluxe Edition)

CD 1

The Original Album

01. I Just Can't Help Believin'
02. Twenty Days And Twenty Nights
03. How The Web Was Woven
04. Patch It Up
05. Mary In The Morning
06. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
07. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
08. I've Lost You
09. Just Pretend
10. Stranger In The Crowd
11. The Next Step Is Love
12. Bridge Over Troubled Water

The Original Singles

13. I've Lost You (single version)
14. The Next Step Is Love (single version)
15. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (single version)
16. Patch It Up (single version)

The Outtakes

17. How The Web Was Woven (take 1)
18. I've Lost You (take 1)
19. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (take 2)
20. Patch It Up (take 1)
21. Bridge Over Troubled Water (take 1)

CD 2

August 10 : Opening Night

01. That's All Right
02. Medley: Mystery Train/Tiger Man
03. I Can't Stop Loving You
04. Love Me Tender
05. The Next Step Is Love
06. Words
07. I Just Can't Help Believin'
08. Something
09. Sweet Caroline
10. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
11. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
12. Polk Salad Annie
13. Introductions
14. I've Lost You
15. Bridge Over Troubled Water
16. Patch It Up
17. Can't Help Falling In Love

CD 3

August 11 : Dinner Show

01. That's All Right
02. I Got A Woman *
03. Hound Dog
04. Heartbreak Hotel
05. Love Me Tender *
06. I've Lost You
07. I Just Can't Help Believin'
08. Something
09. I Can't Stop Loving You *
10. Sweet Caroline *
11. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
12. Polk Salad Annie *
13. Introductions *
14. Bridge Over Troubled Water
15. Suspicious Minds *
16. Can't Help Falling In Love *

CD 4

August 11 : Midnight Show

01. That's All Right
02. I Got A Woman
03. Hound Dog
04. Love Me Tender
05. There Goes My Everything
06. Just Pretend
07. I Just Can't Help Believin'
08. Something
09. Men With Broken Hearts
10. Walk A Mile In My Shoes
11. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
12. Polk Salad Annie
13. One Night
14. Don't Be Cruel
15. Love Me
16. Instrumental Vamp
17. Heartbreak Hotel
18. Introductions
19. Bridge Over Troubled Water
20. Suspicious Minds
21. Can't Help Falling In Love

CD 5

August 12 : Dinner Show

01. That's All Right *
02. I Got A Woman *
03. Hound Dog *
04. Heartbreak Hotel *
05. Love Me Tender *
06. I've Lost You *
07. I Just Can't Help Believin' *
08. Patch It Up
09. Twenty Days And Twenty Nights
10. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' *
11. Polk Salad Annie *
12. Introductions *
13. Blue Suede Shoes *
14. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
15. Bridge Over Troubled Water
16. Suspicious Minds *
17. Can't Help Falling In Love *

CD 6

August 12 : Midnight Show

01. That's All Right
02. Medley: Mystery Train/Tiger Man
03. Hound Dog
04. Love Me Tender
05. Just Pretend
06. Walk A Mile In My Shoes
07. There Goes My Everything
08. Words
09. Sweet Caroline
10. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
11. Polk Salad Annie
12. Introductions
13. Heartbreak Hotel
14. One Night
15. Blue Suede Shoes
16. All Shook Up
17. Medley: Little Sister/Get Back
18. I Was The One
19. Love Me
20. Are You Lonesome Tonight?
21. Bridge Over Troubled Water
22. Suspicious Minds
23. Can't Help Falling In Love

CD 7

August 13 : Dinner Show

01. That's All Right
02. I Got A Woman
03. Hound Dog
04. Love Me Tender
05. Don't Cry Daddy
06. In The Ghetto
07. I Just Can't Help Believin'
08. Stranger In The Crowd
09. Make The World Go Away
10. Sweet Caroline
11. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
12. Polk Salad Annie
13. Introductions
14. The Wonder Of You
15. Heartbreak Hotel
16. Blue Suede Shoes
17. One Night
18. All Shook Up
19. Bridge Over Troubled Water
20. Suspicious Minds
21. Can't Help Falling In Love

CD 8

The Rehearsals

01. Alla En Al Rancho Grande
02. Ghost Riders In The Sky
03. Cotton Fields
04. Froggy Went A-Courtin'
05. Baby Let's Play House
06. I Was The One
07. Money Honey
08. Don't
09. (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I
10. Such A Night
11. It's Now Or Never
12. What'd I Say
13. Yesterday
14. Medley: Little Sister/Get Back
15. Don't It Make You Wanna Go Home
16. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
17. Stranger In My Own Home Town
18. Farther Along
19. Santa Claus Is Back In Town
20. Oh Happy Day

* = Previously unreleased

DVD 1

2001 Special Edition
Restoration Featurette Patch It Up: The Restoration of Elvis : That's The Way It Is
Elvis Presley Career Highlights
Director / Restorer Filmographies
Theatrical Trailer

Scene Selections

01. Mystery Train/Tiger Man
02. In The Studio
03. That's All Right
04. Little Sister/Get Back
05. Horseplay
06. Twenty Days And Twenty Nights
07. Las Vegas
08. Cattle Call; Chime Bells
09. Words; You Can't Say That
10. Mary In The Morning
11. Countdown To Showtime
12. That's All Right
13. I Got A Woman
14. Hound Dog
15. Heartbreak Hotel
16. Love Me Tender
17. I Can't Stop Loving You
18. Just Pretend
19. The Wonder Of You
20. In The Ghetto
21. Patch It Up
22. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
23. Polk Salad Annie
24. One Night
25. Don't Be Cruel
26. Blue Suede Shoes
27. All Shook Up
28. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
29. Suspicious Minds
30. Can't Help Falling In Love

DVD 2

1970 Original Theatrical Version
Outtakes

Scene Selections

01. Credits
02. Good Morning, Hollywood Camera
03. Bonafide Fans Of Elvis
04. I Just Can't Help Believin'
05. Elvis' Summer Festival
06. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' (rehearsal)
07. A Romantic Wedding
08. Opening Night Jitters
09. That's All Right
10. I've Lost You
11. Patch It Up
12. When I First Started
13. Love Me Tender
14. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
15. Sweet Caroline
16. I Just Can't Help Believin'
17. Presley Fans In Vegas
18. Elvis Impersonators
19. Bridge Over Troubled Water
20. Heartbreak Hotel
21. One Night
22. Blue Suede Shoes
23. All Shook Up
24. Polk Salad Annie
25. Audience Mingling
26. Suspicious Minds
27. Can't Help Falling In Love

Originally released on RCA Records in November 1970, Elvis: That's The Way It Is combined eight studio tracks, recorded in Nashville, and four live concert performances recorded in Las Vegas during Presley's 1970 'Summer Festival' season at The International Hotel in Las Vegas to create what the All Music Guide has called ' ... one of his best ... ' and 'essential listening for Elvis fans, both die-hard and casual'.

Though never considered a soundtrack album, Elvis: That's The Way It Is was initially released to accompany the first theatrical run of 'Elvis: That's The Way It Is', a 1970 documentary feature, directed by Denis Sanders, which combined on-stage, off-stage and behind-the-scenes footage in Presley's first non-dramatic film since his 1956 Hollywood movie debut. In the documentary, Sanders captured and illuminated a pivotal moment in Elvis' transformation from teen idol to consummate showman, Memphis meets Vegas via Hollywood, the King's return to full concert performances after years of film stardom.

Elvis Presley had made a dramatic comeback two years prior to these shows in a transcendent NBC-TV special, which aired in December 1968. The International Hotel, then-newly-built and the largest live venue in Las Vegas, booked Presley for an unprecedented 57 show run in July 1969, a four-week-long residency that would raise the bar and set the standard for superstar entertainment in Vegas and beyond. 'There are several unbelievable things about Elvis, but the most incredible is his staying power in a world where meteoric careers fade like shooting stars', Newsweek wrote of his incredible new approach to live performance at the time, while Rolling Stone lauded Elvis as 'supernatural--his own resurrection'.

Early in 1970, Elvis returned to Vegas for a second engagement at the International, with RCA recording songs for the then forthcoming On Stage, February 1970. Elvis was on a roll and making big plans--including a feature film--surrounding what would be his third Las Vegas engagement, scheduled for the summer of 1970.

On June 4, 1970, Elvis arrived at RCA's Studio B in Nashville, where producer Felton Jarvis had assembled a hot new session band featuring Elvis' on-stage guitar legend James Burton. Five nights of recording generated material for no less than three future albums and four singles, including Elvis: That's The Way It Is and the essential Elvis Country album.

On July 14, rehearsals for the movie and live shows commenced at the MGM lot in Culver City, California. The Hollywood cameras rolled for five different rehearsals prior to the opening night on August 10, including augmentation run-throughs with the singers and the orchestra at the hotel. Unquestionably, Elvis was keen to broaden his repertoire for the film, as more than 60 songs were attempted during the period, far more than the usual average of 20 to 25 that would normally be chosen. Over the four nights filmed by MGM, Elvis and his band worked tirelessly, trying out a broad variety of musical styles, emphasizing his desire to share the wide range of music he loved with his audience. Director Denis Sanders captured the end result magnificently, providing fans throughout the world with their first glimpse of the new contemporary Elvis performing at the peak of his vocal prowess both in rehearsal and on the stage.

That's The Way It Is (Deluxe Edition) centers on the six complete shows recorded and partially filmed by MGM. Two of the shows are released for the first time in their entirety; two more have only been available only through the mail-order Elvis fan-club network. The original RCA album is expanded with the four single sides from the period, and a selection of 'fly-on-the-wall' outtakes from the June Nashville sessions that produced the majority of tracks for the album. Completing the audio section, a separate disc of insightful rehearsal highlights, featuring unusual song selections showcases both the hard work and the playful atmosphere that governed Elvis' relationship with his musicians. The original Elvis: That's The Way It Is includes fiery renditions of 'You Don't Have To Say You Love Me', previously a hit for Dusty Springfield; 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin', ' made famous by The Righteous Brothers, and a show-stopping rendition of Simon & Garfunkel's 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'. The original album and singles will fill Disc One of the new edition, with six CDs worth of concert performances and one of rehearsal takes from the Summer of '70 International Hotel residency. That's The Way It Is (Deluxe Edition) puts the original RCA album and the 1970 MGM documentary feature together in a single package for the first time. It includes both the original theatrical DVD version (1970) and the re-edited and extended DVD version from 2000.

Source: Elvis Australia / Updated: Jun 5, 2014

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Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 11, 2014report abuse
The TTWII Box Set has entered the Official UK Album Chart for w/e 16th August, 2014 at No.75 selling some 1,287 units.
roytcbintheuk (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 23, 2014report abuse
well i have made my decision to order this set and paid for it by selling all my TTW11 boots and officiaL releases as i am sure the sound will be improved and it brings all the concerts and studio takes in one place.
snowplow floater (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 11, 2014report abuse
Accuse me of being fond of my own posts, but if I won mega bucks I would buy this just for, 'Stranger in my own home Town', once it's the unedited and uncensored version, low down and bad with colourful language. White King of the Blues, a million miles from the angelic gospel singer, not really but such diversity. A must have Elvis track with plenty of improvisation on the lyrics, gives the Memphis Mafia what for.
blackdiamond (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 10, 2014report abuse
I have the two Audionics CD's and they sound fine to me. I don't think that the official label has better sound thans the unofficial ones.
claunath82 (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2014report abuse
The lost performances from the '92 vhs should be on the forcoming bluray or here the dvd, i don't understand why not !
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2014report abuse
Oops! Should read: stereo, studio versions.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2014report abuse
I'm assuming that they are Otherwise, there's no point. Especially since "The Next Step Is Love" and "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me" are already included on the original album in their stereo album versions.
TheMemphisFan (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2014report abuse
Just a side note --
For the sake of historical accuracy, "The Original Singles" tracks on CD 1 should be in MONO.
TheMemphisFan (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2014report abuse
Andy_2,
If it's any consolation to you, each concert on this set kicks off with a rocket-fueled blast of "That's All Right"!
Andy_2 (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
Strange how in the 60th anniversary of the iconic track that started everything not only for Elvis but also for Rock in general is ignored but a jump suited Vegas Elvis with no relevance to 2014 is pushed by Sony. Really don't get it.
roytcbintheuk (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
This is a great set but offers nothing new to us die hard fans and Sony must be out of their minds if they think the casual Elvis listener will shell out £120 for this set, i actually pre ordered the set from Amazon but cancelled it when i found out the film was not Bluray what a rip off ....ill wait and get this in 12 months time when its reduced in price because this set will not sell well !!!
snowplow floater (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
Such an iconic cover, the movie was absolutely spellbinding, ELvis looking, sounding and moving like some musical God. He probably wouldn't like the comparison, seeing as he was so spiritual. I like the 3 cd box from years ago, so nicely presented. The rehearsals are just the usual messing around. Hope this one sells better, maybe some folks like hearing the same show over and over, on different nights. I guess one had to be there.
Orion (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
Steve – I agree with a lot of your sentiments, but I also am a bit more optimistic about the potential for appeal of this release than you are. After all, one never knows what a ‘new coat of paint’ can do for an old structure. The last three Legacy releases illustrate this completely. The updated packages of two MSG concerts from ’72 - Prince From Another Planet - (with its re-mixed stellar sound and DVD) and Elvis at Stax (whose re-mixed and mastered outtakes sound amazing) have somehow made a Gucci purse out of a lot of piggy. The Stax set has received critical praise and numerous spotlights with material that originally was considered less than noteworthy by many. Lastly, there is the most recent Legacy release of the Memphis ’74 show. Forty years later with re-mixed and re -mastered sound (not to mention being presented in its entirety for the first time), it has sold beyond Sony’s expectations.
That brings us to this set. 1970 is an enigma to the general public in regards to Elvis. He was no longer the slicked back hair, leather suit wearing tiger that they last saw in in his comeback special. He was a body-hugging jumpsuit wearing vocalist capable of powerhouse showcases like “You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling” or “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” He could also show us that he hadn’t forgotten how to rock with “Mystery Train” or “Polk Salad Annie.” I think this set will show the general public what a phenomenal entertainer Elvis was circa 1970. I expect Rolling Stone and Billboard to lead the way with praise for this set. How many of today’s critics and journalists do you think have really seen or heard Elvis from this period ? I’m sure this set with be an eye-opener for many.
As you correctly stated, this movie and its soundtrack certainly didn’t set the world on fire. Neither did the Stax sessions or the Memphis ’74 shows, but forty years down the road they are looked at entirely different. You mention that when you saw the film in theaters in 1970, it was only about half full. I’m sure it was – after all 1970 was a turning point in the career of Elvis Presley. His music, song selection, and appearance would never again be the same. The music was not the Memphis recorded blue-eyed soul that he last hit the charts with, and a show filmed in Vegas wasn’t like a Hollywood Bowl or Cow Palace filmed show for the general public to devour. I mean Vegas in 1970 wasn’t today’s Vegas where the Stones, Springsteen, McCartney, and even Britney play sold-out shows. I’m sure many in 1970 expected Vegas to turn Elvis into a tuxedo-wearing Dean Martin clone. This movie shows that was far from the case.
I may be wrong, but I’m sure many on here had serious doubts and reservations about the three previous Legacy releases as well. So, is this set coming out too late ? I may be wrong, but I say no based on success of the other Legacy projects. As I said, time and a new coat of paint just might make this the most successful boxed set of Elvis –yet. That is until the 50th anniversary of EOT in 2022. JOKE!!!!
Natha (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
SteveV, I fully agree with you on all but one point. When I went to see the film the theatre was packed and lots of people in the audience went in front to RnR together. That was a great experience. For the rest, I understand it is a limited edition anyway, trying to get people to buy it as a collectors item. Well, I am a hard core, diehard fan; but this gives me the milkcow blues. Only a blu-ray version will make me cross the line.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
This release wont appeal to the mainstream., Too costly, and frankly most of the public doesnt care about TTWII. I think this was proven already with the SE DVD and 3 CD set that came out in 2000. Sony admitted sales were less then expected. So why this? And why now? As I've mentioned, only the hardcore will purchase. Joe Public is not about to shell out 200.00 for something was was a nice moment in Elvis' career, but certainly didnt set the world on fire. Even when I saw the film in theaters in 1970, it was only about half full.
Natha (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
If the dvd section would be blu-ray I would definitely buy this box. I think it is only a matter of time when the 'unreleased' materials on the cds will be available in alternate circles. Either by FTD or if they are too slow through other channels. I take my chances and wait for that. This box is too expensive for me.
wildfishie (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
I think FTD owes us this: "Hold on guys, the two unreleased concerts will be out for you soon". Although I defend this release for the mainstream public, I also think the DVDs are unnecessary. This boxset could cost much less with only 7 discs (I don't think the rehearsals should be there either). As a matter of fact if I were in charge I wouldn't even include the studio album (disc 1). I'd make this boxset with only 6 discs and call it "That's The Way It Is Live", but then it wouldn't be a "legacy release".
Lou A (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
I don't understand why Sony persists in releasing these expensive releases without plastic trays to protect the discs. This is a $200 release, and the discs are held in a manner that's worse than on a $10.00 budget release. When is Sony going to understand that these releases are going to sell mainly to collectors who want these discs to last , and not arrive already scratched and scuffed in the package. Otherwise this would be a good release.
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
I will be buying it after shopping around for best deal but it would have had far, FAR more sales 20 years ago or if 'extra' material was in it !!!
Orion (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2014report abuse
I think what many of you on here are forgetting is that this is a mainstream release (yes, a pricey one, but still mainstream) for the general public. The general public has no idea about the Complete Works or the Audionics releases that most of us die-hards have had for several years now. Without those sitting on your shelf, you gotta admit that this is a very desirable set, and it sits perfectly next to all of the other releases in the Legacy series. In that respect, it's a more than complete look at TTWII - just as "Elvis at Stax" and "Prince From Another Planet" gave the general public an excellent and complete look at those moments in Elvis' career. Also, if the re-mixing and re-mastering of these shows yield the kind of results as found on “Prince” and “Stax”, then I’m more than a little excited.
As a die-hard collector, I agree that I'd have loved to have outtakes in BluRay quality and audio outtakes that I haven't heard before, but this isn't an FTD release for us die-hards. I also know that something of that ilk isn’t something the general buying public has any knowledge of or interest in buying. Remember, it's a LEGACY release just like the ones that came before in the series, and as a result there are going to be some people out there who pick up this set and they are going be blown away by what Elvis in 1970 was all about.
I have also been thinking about the price, and I’ve come to this conclusion. If FTD released these re-mastered and re-mixed shows as two CD sets that would be 3 releases costing nearly $120.00 alone. The set also contains the soundtrack as it was mixed and mastered by Vic Anesini as well as a CD of the outtakes. Then there are the two DVDs… Maybe it isn’t so pricey after all.. Oh yea, we all like nice booklets with our CDs – this one has an 80 page one…… I might just have to pre-order this one.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
Way too late. I've already got everything here except the two partially unreleased concerts. Bottom line, I don't care in the least about this mega box. Might spend some of my $190.00 (USD) savings on the 2CD "baby brother." Depending on what's included.
Herman (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
This box looks great but, only dvd's, no blu ray's. Only two unreleased concerts on cd. That's it...
This box should be much bigger, why only one disc with rehearsals? There are enough rehearsals, what a big waste They should include them all: the ultimate TTWII box! Well, I was hopeing they will release the shows complete with A thing called love. This would make the box more interesting for the die hard fans. But no..........not complete ! DVD's we allready have for years, also nothing new. And we all know that there is enough film that is still not released. Please let us wait another 20 years Warner ! Oh oh oh
ttwiise (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
I agree wholeheartedly with Steve V it's too late and the dvd is redundant with the imminent blu ray release
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
I just cant get excited over this. Yes it is too late, 14 years too late really. And to think we got new stuff in 1992 with the VHS of The Lost Performances and that still is not on DVD (along with a lot of other footage), but yet they include DVDs we already have? Why? Also many will buy the blu-ray this year, so this set's contents boggles the mind actually. It wont appeal to the masses and really only to the hardest core fan. I will not be purchasing it for 2 new concerts. I hate to whine here, but really it could have been so much better (and cheaper).
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
Are the cd's housed the same as the prince from another planet?
ElvisSacramento (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
The first line that I wrote should have said "Why aren't the August 1970 filmed concert performances from the "Elvis, The Lost Performances" 1992 VHS release on any of the DVD's in this upcoming 8 CD / 2 DVD box set?. On this website, it's impossible to go back and fix typos in a post because there's no edit button on here. It's so sad that there's so much footage shot for "That's The Way It Is" and "Elvis On Tour" that has still never been officially issued on DVD (I don't care about bootleg DVD's). I wish that Elvis Presley Enterprises owned the rights to that footage.
ElvisSacramento (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
Why aren't the August 1970 filmed concert performances from the "Elvis, The Lost Performances" 1992 VHS release not on any of the DVD's in this upcoming 8 CD / 2 DVD box set? Why aren't any of the 12 outtakes from Disc #2 of the "That's The Way It Is" two disc special edition DVD set not on any of the DVD's in this coming 8 CD / 2 DVD box set? I will still be buying this upcoming 8 CD / 2 DVD box set release just for the previously unreleased concerts. But, it could have been an even better box set. And why hasn't there ever been any official home video releases that have included August 1970 filmed concert performances of Elvis singing "Words" and "The Next Step Is Love"?
claunath82 (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
Great release but maybe too late also for me and why are the bluray not in this set instead of dvd !
bennie (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
Looks like a great release to me for new fans. but we in general have only two cd's that we don't have yet. and to spend over a hunderd bucks for it. no way. I wait till FTD will release the two unreleased shows on it's label as a 2 cd edition.
John4126 (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
Ten years ago prior to ttwii special edition and subsequent other releases on ftd, this would have been an incredible release for many of us die hard fans. The truth is its too late. Casual fans will not buy an expensive set of almost identical concerts and sub par rehearsal material. Fans like me will illegally obtain the two concerts as yet officially unreleased to complete our collections. I have no problem doing that. I've bought this product time and time again.
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 5, 2014report abuse
What Fantastic release. Yes we had TTWII Special edition, but this Legacy just stands outstanding with the DVDs (the original version of TTWII), and the unreleased concerts! Brutal, Great! A great gift to introduce Elvis music to a friend. This is almost to good to be true! YES!!!

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