"Promised Land" opens with the Chuck Berry penned song of the same name and which reached No.9 in the UK and No. 14 in the US and is one of the later Elvis hits that has largely been omitted in "Greatest Hits" compilations, until "Elvis 75" released in 2010, which is a shame because this track is a fine example of what Elvis was still capable of. It's a classic rocker and probably Elvis's best rock performance since 1972's "Burning Love". The remainder of the album is a mix of country ballads and mid-temp songs that extremely well performed and orchestrated. Although not as commercially successful as the early 70's albums such as "That's The Way It Is" and "Elvis Country", the quality of Elvis's singing had not faultered.