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By Club Elvis Spain
Elvis Presley "Aloha From Hawaii" 1973

The soundtrack goes on sale soon and goes to #1 on the pop chart, and stays on the chart in various positions for 52 weeks.

The special begins with Elvis recording the song from his 1965 film “Paradise, Hawaiian Style” in the opening credits, with scenes of his helicopter arrival at the airport and his walking among the fans who are there to greet him. The concert opens with Elvis’ band playing the opening theme from his concerts during the seventies, the “Theme from 2001.” Sings “See, See Rider”, “Burning Love”, “Something”, “You Gave me A Mountain”, “Steamroller Blues”, “My Way”, “Love Me”, “Johnny B. Goode”, “It’s Over “, “Blue Suede Shoes”, “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”, “I Can’t Stop Loving You”, “Hound Dog”, “What Now My Love”, “Fever”, “Welcome To My World “, “Suspicious Minds”, “I’ll Remember You” (a Kui Lee composition that Elvis sings after announcing the sum raised for the Kui Lee Foundation), “Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin ‘Goin’ On”, “An American Trilogy”, “Big Hunk o’ Love” and “Can’t Help Falling in Love”.

The show is one hour, including commercials. After the show, Elvis and his bandmates return to the stage without an audience to record the songs “Blue Hawaii”, “Ku-ui-po” and “Hawaiian Wedding Song”, which he had initially done for his hit 1961 film “Blue Hawaii,” plus “Early Morning Rain” and “No More.” All but the song “No More” is inserted in the American broadcast with Elvis seen in one part of the screen and in the other a montage with images of Hawaiian landscapes.

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