Like all the other reviewers say, the first CD isn't worth having unless you're astonishingly missing these tracks from your collection. However, the second CD contains mostly previously unreleased performances from the first properly recorded show of Elvis' return to the stage. Unfortunately the tape was damaged so some of the tracks have had to be spliced with performances from another show but this only applies to a few of the tracks. In all the years I've listened to Elvis the 1969 In Person album was something that didn't get very many outings but that was because I never thought the sound quality was that good (and the original CD release of that album seemed to emphasise this) but these days the sound has been remastered on all the shows from this period to provide a warm resonant sound. It may not be the best sound reproduction you'll ever hear but what the heck, it's another (almost) complete live show in stereo. The monologue could have been left off as this is one of the tracks that had to be taken from another show (I think it's from the FTD 2-CD In Person set) but apart from that it's another welcome addition to my collection.
Great value for money or intro to the King. Whereas CD1 is basically a comp of what we know, CD2 is a great example of a Presley Concert. Some reviewers stated the sound was not good but I felt it sounded adequate. Presley fans would enjoy.... :)
this is a gtreat double cd for all elvis fans the first cd is just some live tracks we have all heared before at sometime but cd 2 is great the king in vegas his first show brilliant that all i can say to all the fans who think this is another concert with a different cover wrong all fans go for it the sound quaulity is excellent