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BlindedBySound.com Calls New Aloha Release Great Buy for the "Average Joe"

March 21, 2013


Elvis fans have been buzzing over the recent release of "Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite: Legacy Edition." But what about those who are still discovering the legacy of the king? In a new music review released by BlindedBySound.com, Greg Barbrick explains why this is the perfect album for the "average Joe" to see why Elvis continues to live on through these great performances.

"Presley's huge fan-base is kind of a pre-sold audience, so I would like to address the average Joe," states Barbrick. "I find this to be an excellent one-stop for two great performances of the king playing live. It was a major event, and deservedly so.

Barbick describes himself as a fan but says listening to the new 2-CD set brought back the "electricity in the air" the day he watched the concert. He praises the combination of shows - including the original concert, the dress rehearsal and five bonus tracks - all in one set. In this detailed review, Barbick gives both loyal Elvis fans and "the curious" complete insight on what to expect from the new album.

"There is no question that this is the definitive edition, and Elvis Presley was absolutely in top form on both nights. For the curious, "Aloha From Hawaii" is not a bad place to start to see for themselves just what all the fuss was (and remains) all about. Long live the king."

Read Greg Barbick's complete music review of "Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite: Legacy Edition" by visiting BlindedBySound.com. Want to learn more about the king? Plan your own rock 'n' roll pilgrimage to Graceland with our free online trip planner!