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On Stage Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, Live


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(1999/BMG) 16 tracksMedium 1
  1. See See Rider
  2. Release Me
  3. Sweet Caroline
  4. Runaway
  5. The Wonder Of You
  6. Polk Salad Annie
  7. Yesterday/Hey Jude
  8. Proud Mary
  9. Walk A Mile In My Shoes
  10. In The Ghetto
  11. Don't Cry Daddy
  12. Kentucky Rain
  13. I Can't Stop Loving You
  14. Suspicious Minds
  15. Long Tall Sally
  16. Let It Be Me

1. See See Rider
2. Release Me
3. Sweet Caroline
4. Runaway
5. The Wonder Of You
6. Polk Salad Annie
7. Yesterday/Hey Jude
8. Proud Mary
9. Walk A Mile In My Shoes
10. In The Ghetto
11. Don't Cry Daddy
12. Kentucky Rain
13. I Can't Stop Loving You
14. Suspicious Minds
15. Long Tall Sally
16. Let It Be Me

Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 18, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1970
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, Live
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B00000IYWL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,528 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Scott T. Rivers VINE VOICE on July 25, 1999
Format: Audio CD
RCA/BMG's remastered "On Stage" is a vast improvement over the 1970 Presley release. Elvis takes familiar songs such as "Sweet Caroline" and "Release Me" and makes them his own — erasing any lingering memory of the originals. His performances of "Polk Salad Annie" and "Suspicious Minds" still pack a powerful punch. The bonus tracks (particularly a standout version of "Long Tall Sally") are excellent and should have been included on the original album.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By B-MAN on August 2, 2002
Format: Audio CD
"On Stage" is Elvis' second live album (following "Elvis in person: at the International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV"). The album was originally released in 1970 and was made up of 10 performances recorded in February of that year. However, the liner notes do admit that some are from 1969. This 1999 remaster not only sounds exceptional, it also has 6 bonus tracks: "I can't stop loving you", "Long tall Sally", "Suspicious Minds", "Kentucky Rain", "In the Ghetto", and "Don't cry Daddy". Elvis is top notch in both voice and energy on all 16 performances. In my opinion, he sounds better here than on the "An Afternoon at the Garden: 1972" CD. Both albums are essential though. "Afternoon" for its being a "complete" recording of an Elvis concert from one afternoon, an hour's worth starting with "Theme from 2001" and ending with the guy saying "Elvis has left the building". "On Stage" is essential because it is the only way to get most of these tracks ("live" versions)on a single disc and although it does have that edited together feel, where you can tell that certain songs are either not from the same show or are placed differently, the performances are so good (Elvis doesn't miss a word) you won't care. "On Stage" is also refreshing because it was before Elvis started doing the quick versions of his old standards ("Hound Dog", "All shook up", etc.). In fact, at one point some people from the crowd yell out "Do Jailhouse!" and Elvis turns them down politely, telling them that "it isnt in the program".Read more ›
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mark D. Smith on February 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Elvis, on stage, 1970- good stuff! What a great line up of songs. See See Rider, Sweet Caroline, The Wonder of You, Pol Salad Anie, Yesterday/Hey Jude, Walk a mile in my shoes, Don't cry daddy, Kentucky Rain, Long Tall Sally, etc...all top line songs done superbly by the King of Rock and Roll. The sound is fine (yes it is not pristine/ crystalized digital sound as some reviewers seem to harp on?),the band is solid, and Elvis is Elvis. If you like later day Elvis, I would start here. I will next look into Aloha from Hawaii and Elvis from Memphis. Rediscover the King and listen once again to the soulful, pure, simply beautiful voice of the master.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. Spencer on January 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD
In the mid-1980s, during my childhood, I saw Kurt Russell star in the movie "Elvis - True Story". I liked the music so much I wanted to buy a soundtrack album. However, my Granddad had a copy of "Elvis: 40 Greatest," so I borrowed that instead.

Reading the sleevenotes of that album and listening to that album, I was blown away. I had enjoyed great Country Music and the hit's of The Beatles before that, but this was different. I felt i had travelled back in time to the 1950s and 60s and was sitting in an American diner listening to the great Elvis hit's on a jukebox, as hit followed hit.

Pretty soon I saved up my pocket money and bought "The Sun Sessions", "20 Rock N Roll Greats" and then the "On Stage" collections. This was all before Compact Discs, so there was vinyl and tape.

This album originally continue no tracks for the concert that were on previous Elvis albums. They were all new songs or covers from the show that hadn't appeared on any of his previous work (unlike much later live albums which contained alot of the hit's).

Nowadays, in the CD age, this CD contains several bonus tracks, which feature some of the hit's Elvis sang at that concert ("In The Ghetto", "Kentucky Rain", "Long Tall Sally", etc, etc).

The opening track called "C.C. Rider" on the original LP (or "See See Rider" as it is credited as here) is a song Elvis sand at many concerts and it's just a good as opening as any album ever recorded.

Elvis then treats us to a version of Englebert Humperdincks "Release Me" (better than the original!) and then pays tribute to Neil Diamond with "Sweet Caroline (good times never seemed so good)". He does justice to Del Shannon's "Runaway" (a song in the style of many of Elvis' early rockers).
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Richard B. Luhrs on December 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Bolstered by a half-dozen bonus tracks which focus heavily on Elvis' famed 1969 American Studios sessions, this expanded edition of ON STAGE is an essential link between the King's late sixties comeback and his sumptuously orchestrated pop outings of the early seventies. It's also a hell of a show, even if it is assembled from numerous performances recorded over a period of half a year.

The focus here (and henceforth) is on "new" material, rather than the rock & roll songs that made Elvis a star, with big but remarkably supple arrangements backing the finest set of vocal cords ever recorded. Elvis tackles a range of eras and styles, finding new things to do with CCR's "Proud Mary," Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline," Del Shannon's "Runaway" and a saccharine staple like "Let It Be Me" literally without missing a beat. But it's the additional cuts that really make this set. "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" is in itself worth the price of the disc, but hearing the band slow its groove down in the closing moments and effortlessly turn it into "In the Ghetto" is a bit of concert magic on a par with anything anyone else was doing in 1970, and that's saying a lot. Even the schmaltzy "Don't Cry Daddy" gains a certain magic in this context, paving the way for a show-stopping workout on "Kentucky Rain" that manages, against all odds, to equal if not better the stellar original version. "Suspicious Minds" is given a similarly mammoth treatment, though perhaps less so than would be the case a few months later in the THAT'S THE WAY IT IS period. Only on "Yesterday" (a song I've never much cared for) does the King stumble a bit, fudging the lyrics before putting things right with a bit of the coda from "Hey Jude."

In short, ON STAGE is a fine way to hear rock's most important figure at the height of his powers, covering a broad spectrum of excellent material with outstanding support from his band. Not to be missed!
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