|CPM1-0818||Elvis Presley||Having Fun With Elvis On Stage (LP, Mono)||RCA||CPM1-0818||US||1974|
|AFM1-0818||Elvis Presley||Having Fun With Elvis On Stage (LP, Mono, RP)||RCA Victor||AFM1-0818||US||1979|
|SP 121086||Elvis||Having Fun With Elvis On Stage (LP, Album, RE)||It's Elvis Time, RCA Special Products||SP 121086||Netherlands||1986|
|CPM1-0818||Elvis Presley||Having Fun With Elvis On Stage (LP, Mono)||RCA||CPM1-0818||Canada||1974|
|CPS1-0818||Elvis Presley||Having Fun With Elvis On Stage (8-Trk, Album)||RCA||CPS1-0818||US||1974|
Boxcar Records label. (This recording consists solely of snippets from Elvis' onstage monologues circa 1969-1972, caught when the shows were being taped for live albums.) A Talking Album Only. Sold only at his performances.
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - stamped): ELVIS SIDE 1 H
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - stamped): ELVIS SIDE 2 H
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Boxcar Enterprises, Inc.
Having Fun with Elvis on Stage is a 1974 spoken word concert album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley. The album consists entirely of dialogue and banter by Presley between songs during his live concerts-primarily jokes-with the songs themselves removed from the recordings. The album was created as a ploy by Presley's manager, Colonel Tom Parker, to self-release an Elvis Presley album through his own label, Boxcar Records. As it would not consist of content that contractually belonged to. Having Fun with Elvis on Stage, Vol. Some have called Having Fun with Elvis on Stage thoroughly unlistenable, but actually it's worse than that hearing it is like witnessing a car wreck, leaving onlookers too horrified and too baffled to turn spoken word album that consisted solely of snippets of Elvis speaking unguardedly on stage in Vegas, with some of the snippets exceedingly unguarded. It was first released on Parkers own Boxcar label, then offered to the general public by RCA, much like the Elvis Sails interview-and-sound-effects EP in 1958. The only thing more bizarre than its release were its sales. Over 100,000. Read More. Subscribe to Elvis. Complete sua coleção de Elvis Presley. A serious review about God's greatest gift to RCA God Elvis. A man of strong caliber, powerful presence with a crowd, a comedian in his own right. In 1974, Elvis Presley released Having Fun With Elvis on Stage, an album consisting of over thirty minutes of haphazardly compiled banter from his concerts. It includes no songs and it is completely devoid of context. Save for maybe one brief section, there are no insights into Presley's life. What's included is so incoherent, you don't really get an idea of his stage presence, despite the fact that all the audio comes from his shows. The album was the brainchild of Elvis's manager, Colonel Tom Parker. Just a talking album with Elvis onstage. Worth the cost for serious fans. Read more. One person found this helpful. Luis O. this is a great cd, but if you can try to find Having Fun With Elvis On Stage Volume 2,3,4,& 5. it is just Elvis talking and having fun on stage. Having Fun with Elvis on Stage is a spoken word album by Elvis Presley. It consists of Elvis' banter during his concerts, with the music removed. It has no continuity at all, due to the songs being removed, making his jokes confusing. It was mostly created as a ploy by Presley's manager to release an Elvis album on his label, Boxcar Records, with content that did not contractually belong to RCA Records. Even Elvis hated this album, with him ordering it to be removed from store shelves. Listen free to Elvis Presley Having Fun With Elvis on Stage Untitled, Untitled. 2 tracks 2:52. pagesw113429125334621 Elvis Presleya. The album consists entirely of byplay and banter by Presley from between songs during a live concert-primarily jokes, with the songs themselves removed from the recording. p p The album was created as a ploy by Presley's manager, a href pagesw113356508714126. Colonel Tom Parkera , to self-release an Elvis Presley album through his own a href pagesw108057095882753 labela , Boxcar Records