Why no reissue of the Garden show for the 35th Anniversary?
You would think that since this is 2007 and the 35th anniversary year for his legendary and now historical performances at Madison Square Garden that RCA would reissue the original album Elvis: As Recorded At Madison Square Garden. Why no remixed version of it as they did with Aloha From Hawaii in 1998? They do all the other type of releases on anniversary years, so why not one of his actual classic albums? The sound on the original is dull compared to the other live albums released since then and needs to be heavily upgraded. So why not improve the sound for a 35th anniversary special edition release? This make absolutely no sense at all not to reissue this classic album on the mainstream. Instead we get a Viva Las Vegas Live compilation that has been released several times over now that has no meaning for a release at this time while April 1972 live material is deteriorating as the years go buy. Whoever is in charge of the planning of releases at RCA must be real *****s with the ideas of releases that they come up with.(n)