There was indeed an earlier edition but not on DVD to my knowledge, the Limited Edition had extra scenes and songs added, it is well worth buying!Originally Posted by cutiepie
I also have the Aloha Deluxe edition and it is great, there were a lot of people who were not happy with this release but i was as happy as a pig in mud with mine...... Both the live event and the rehearsal are on this DVD plus the recording of the inserted songs for the satelite show, i never tire of watching it....Originally Posted by cutiepie
I have a bootleg copy of the "Elvis On Tour DVD" which you can find out there on the Internet or ebay. I like this show a lot and it could do with getting the Deluxe treatment as there are hours of previously unrealease footage out there that the fans would love to see.Originally Posted by cutiepie
I also have a copy of "Elvis In Concert" 1977 on DVD there are a lot of copies out there but beware some of the quality is very poor, Its worth having a copy of this, the tv show is good quality but the Omaha and Rapid City shows tend to be grainy.
I think that the probable answer to this question is the Vegas throat answer where the enviroment can be dry and singers suffer from dry throats and have to clear it before moving to the next song. I also think that Elvis' voice on the 68 Special is a bit rougher than it was, say in 1970. I think Elvis was trying to give the songs the edge they had back in the 50's and his voice was much better trained by 68 and so he was forcing his voice to do something which wasn't natural to him anymore.Originally Posted by cutiepie
Hope this covers some of your questions, if you need more detail I will try my best to help out.