34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
January 1973 was a milestone in Elvis career: his concert in Hawaii was broadcasted throughout the world and was watched by a billion people.
Just a few weeks later it was time for a month long Vegas season, a one week tour and a two week season in Lake Tahoe. The show featured on this CD is the Mothersday concert during the Lake Tahoe season.
Elvis is in a really great mood. Lots of jokes, lots of laughter and a lot of fun. Besides the fun, Elvis is very focused on the songs. He really put great effort in songs like Steamroller Blues, the Rock'n Roll medley, You Gave Me a Mountain and May Way. This show really stands out as a great one. In fact, it's way better than The Aloha From… Read more
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
It's the final visit of the Beach Boys in the original line-up: Mike, Brian, Carl, Dennis, Bruce and Al.
It's a great show, almost every hit is played. The early 60s songs are played faster and heavier. I love it. It's a shame however that the band always chosed for the popular songs, instead for the better songs. Imagine the Beach Boys playing songs from albums like "Surf's Up", "Sunflower", "20/20", "Carl and The Passions" or "Pet Sounds".
But hey, that's what the audience demand from millionseller": just keep playing the hits. Taking that for granted, this CD gives you a great show with the Beach Boys on their performing best.