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Thank you very much. Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you ladies and gentlemen! Good evening, and uh... I hope you enjoy our show tonight. We're gonna try to do all of the songs that you wanna hear.
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What can I say? Almost everyone seem to think that this concert is the greatest ever done. I just can't understand why? Take any, I mean any, Elvis-concert during 1969-1970 and it's far better than this. Aloha's song list is dull, Elvis is very careful when singing and not using his voice (saving it) and where's the gyrations and movements? No, this is not a great concert, not even a very good one.
Still, I give 7 points since Elvis did work very hard to prepare this historical event - lot of training and hungry diet to look good and he didn't forget any lyrics as he did in rehearsal concert (and in many others before and after Aloha). So, Elvis was in top form and performed without any errors or mistakes but the performance itself was very, very lame and way too polished. There was no any kind of thunder and lighting or excitement which were the trademarks of the E.P. concert
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