February 19 - Live In Las Vegas

Coming soon from the new Universum Productions import-label is the CD "Live In Las Vegas" containing the almost complete Dinner Show from August 7, 1969. This performance was recorded from the audience at the International Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. It has a familiar sound like other already released audience recorded tapes of that period. We would classify it "average", the show itself of course is really great.

Tracks:

Intro / Blue Suede Shoes - Foolin‘ Around - I Got A Woman - All Shook Up - Elvis Welcomes The Audience - Love Me Tender - Jailhouse Rock / Don‘t Be Cruel - Heartbreak Hotel - Hound Dog (Slightly Incomplete) - Havin‘ Fun On Stage - Memories - Talking With The Audience - Mystery Train / Tiger Man - Life Story (Incomplete) - Baby What You Want Me To Do - Runaway - Are You Lonesome Tonight - Yesterday / Hey Jude - Band Introductions - In The Ghetto - Suspicious Minds - What‘d I Say - Can‘t Help Falling In Love.

Golden Vinyl

Released by the Russian Dol Vinyl" is "Elvis Golden Records". 

US Charts


Elvis Presley has no entries on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart for the week ending February 27, 2016.

  • "If I Can Dream" remains at #4 on the Classical Albums Chart.
  • "Heart And Soul" drops from #10 to #11 on the Country Catalog Albums Chart.
  • "Playlist: The Very Best Of Elvis Presley Movie Songs" drops from #18 to #25 on the Country Catalog Albums Chart.
UK Charts

On the Official UK Top Albums Chart for the week of Febrauay 19, 2016 the “If I Can Dream” album climbed 5 places from #16 to #11 selling 7,844 copies (total sales 995,586). Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's If I Can Dream sold a further 7,844 copies. With a to-date tally of 995,586 sales since its release 16 weeks ago, it is just days from becoming the first album by Presley - who died in 1977 - to sell a million copies since 2002 compilation Elvis: 30 Number One Hits, which has sold 1,838,756 copies.


Other Elvis entries on the UK Charts for 19th February, 2016:

  • “If I Can Dream” is a re-entry at 54 on the Album Download Chart; rises from 16 to 11 on the Album Sales Chart; rises from 12 to 10 on the Vinyl Album Chart and rises from 12 to 9 on the Physical Album Chart. It is not listed in the Top 100 Streaming Chart.
  • “The King Of Rock 'n' Roll” DVD  rises from 34 to 31 on the Music Video Chart.
  • “If I Can Dream” CD rises from 17 to 12 on the Scottish Album Chart.
  • “Elvis: Love Songs” CD drops from 77 to 81 on the Scottish Album Chart.
  • “If I Can Dream” CD climbed from 18 to #9 on the Official UK Record Store Day Chart.
Other Charts
  • The CD “If I Can Dream” dropped from #44 to #42 on the Irish Album chart.
  • The CD “If I Can Dream” dropped from #138 to #139 on the Belgian Album chart.
  • The CD “If I Can Dream” dropped from #17 to #25 on the Australian Album chart.
(Source: FECC / The King's World / Brian Quinn / Elvis Club Berlin)

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