The latest edition of the excellent UK magazine 'Elvis: The Man And His Music' notes in a "UK Only" article that the FTD label are planning to release an expanded, revised version of the 1974 UK only album release.
The original 12 track album included many songs that had previously only been available in the UK as singles ('I'm Leavin'', 'Rags To Riches', 'Always On My Mind', 'I've Lost You' etc) and was a firm favourite with English fans.
Maybe this is because FTD's Roger Semon is English and has fond memories of this classic album. At the time it featured no hits later than 1972. But now it could also include the UK hits that were missed out due to the infamous RCA buy-out deal in 1973 and perhaps the elusive mono mixes.