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Elvis Lives: The 25th Anniversary Concert, 'Live' from Memphis (2007)

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Filmed on August 16, 2002 in front of a sell-out crowd in Memphis in the 25th anniversary of death of Elvis Presley. Elvis Presley is the singer on the film and in the concert, via video.

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Filmed on August 16, 2002 in front of a sell-out crowd in Memphis in the 25th anniversary of death of Elvis Presley. Elvis Presley is the singer on the film and in the concert, via video.

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strange concept, smashing concert
1 December 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Elvis Presley died in August 1977, so how can he appear in concert 25 years later? With a video screen, some nifty editing, and members of his original band and backing singers appearing live on stage is the answer.

This shouldn't work, especially as the Elvis shown on video is under 40 while the musicians and singers are more like 70 - these include the Sweet Inspirations and the Stamp Quartet, Joe Guercio, Charlie Hodge, Ronnie Tutt, the Jordanaires, Glen Hardin, etc. It's fascinating seeing what these people look like 25 years on, and to hear them playing alongside the footage (taken from performances taped between 1969 and 1973).

It is a curio, yes, and also includes some chat from the old bandmates which detracts a little from the overall experience. Still, worth a look, and if you are an Elvis fan, essential.


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