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  • Elvis 1970s Youth Silver Sunglasses
    Item #: EPAM1586
    This youth-sized version of the popular '70s style Elvis sunglasses is perfect for a young Elvis Tribute artist!
    • $12.99
  • Elvis Gold Lame Bottle Opener
    Item #: EPAM3447
    This Elvis bottle opener features an image of the King in his gold lamé suit. Measures 4.5" x 1.5".
    • $9.99
  • Elvis Color Changing Mug
    Item #: EPAM3722
    Add a hot beverage and watch Elvis go from Vegas to Memphis!

    Mug is microwave safe.
    FDA Approved.
    Not dishwasher safe.
    Imported.
    • $14.99
  • Elvis Dress Up Magnetic Set
    Item #: EPAM3724
    Viva apparel! Dress a magnetic Elvis up in nearly limitless combinations of mix-and-match wardrobes. Dress the Hillbilly Cat for the Ed Sullivan Show, a gig in Las Vegas, or hanging out on a beach in Hawaii. (Imported)
    • $16.99
  • Elvis Blue Sweater iPhone5 Lowell Hays White Case
    Item #: EPAM3686
    Elvis Blue Sweater iPhone5 Lowell Hays White Case
    • $27.99
  • Elvis TCB iPhone5 Lowell Hays Black Case
    Item #: EPAM3684
    Elvis TCB iPhone5 Lowell Hays Black Case
    • $27.99
  • Elvis 40th Anniversary Aloha from Hawaii DVD & T-Shirt Combo
    Item #: EP133COMBO
    Please note: This item is available on backorder and will ship on or around February 5, 2014.

    Elvis Presley made television and entertainment history with his “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii” concert television special. The performance took place at the Honolulu International Center, now known as the Neal Blaisdell Arena, on January 14, 1973. It was beamed live via Globecam Satellite to various countries, on a delayed basis to approximately 30 European countries and first aired in the U.S. on April 4 on NBC. The viewing audience was estimated at over one billion worldwide.

    In celebration of the 40th anniversary of “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii,” fans from around the world gathered in Honolulu in January 2013 for five days of celebrations. The highlight of the week was a screening of a special re-edited version of “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii,” that was shown at the Blaisdell Arena on January 14, exactly 40 years to the day Elvis performed there.

    The re-edited version, which includes rarely-seen footage and audio, received rave reviews from critics and fans alike. This special 40th anniversary edition offers a new look at Elvis during one of his most outstanding concert performances of his career.

    ELVIS ALOHA FROM HAWAII
    • Re-edit of Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii as seen at the Blaisdell Arena on January 14, 2013

    BONUS FEATURES
    • Event footage from the 40th Anniversary Celebration in Honolulu in January 2013
    • A Look inside the New Elvis Hawaii Exhibit” at Graceland
    • Clips from Elvis’ Aloha from Hawaii Press Conferences
    • Replica Booklet of Program from January 14, 2013 Screening Event

    This is a Region-Free DVD.
    • $34.99
  • Elvis 40th Anniversary Aloha from Hawaii DVD
    Item #: EPAM3708
    Elvis Presley made television and entertainment history with his “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii” concert television special. The performance took place at the Honolulu International Center, now known as the Neal Blaisdell Arena, on January 14, 1973. It was beamed live via Globecam Satellite to various countries, on a delayed basis to approximately 30 European countries and first aired in the U.S. on April 4 on NBC. The viewing audience was estimated at over one billion worldwide.

    In celebration of the 40th anniversary of “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii,” fans from around the world gathered in Honolulu in January 2013 for five days of celebrations. The highlight of the week was a screening of a special re-edited version of “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii,” that was shown at the Blaisdell Arena on January 14, exactly 40 years to the day Elvis performed there.

    The re-edited version, which includes rarely-seen footage and audio, received rave reviews from critics and fans alike. This special 40th anniversary edition offers a new look at Elvis during one of his most outstanding concert performances of his career.

    ELVIS ALOHA FROM HAWAII
    • Re-edit of Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii as seen at the Blaisdell Arena on January 14, 2013

    BONUS FEATURES
    • Event footage from the 40th Anniversary Celebration in Honolulu in January 2013
    • A Look inside the New Elvis Hawaii Exhibit” at Graceland
    • Clips from Elvis’ Aloha from Hawaii Press Conferences
    • Replica Booklet of Program from January 14, 2013 Screening Event

    This is a Region-Free DVD.
    • $14.99
  • From Elvis At American Sound FTD CD
    Item #: EPCD245
    Following on from the success of FTD’s CLASSIC album versions of FROM ELVIS IN MEMPHIS and BACK IN MEMPHIS, FTD presents the remaining recordings from his legendary sessions at American Sound in Memphis recorded in1969. Finally, these great tracks are issued as a stand-alone album with unreleased outtakes, un-dubbed versions and instrumentals. ELVIS at AMERICAN SOUND STUDIO completes the 69 Memphis trilogy, and fittingly gets the FTD CLASSIC album treatment to complement the other two releases.
    • $29.98
  • Elvis Moody Blue FTD CD
    Item #: EPCD244
    As part of its CLASSIC album series, FTD is pleased to announce the release of Elvis’ last official studio album during his lifetime, MOODY BLUE. Taken from the original session multi-tracks, it features the masters, unreleased outtakes, rough mixes and un-dubbed songs. The 16-page booklet 4-color booklet contains very rare memorabilia and photographs.
    • $29.98
  • Elvis At Stax Deluxe Edition CD
    Item #: EPCD240
    1973 was a crucial year in the career of Elvis Presley. Riding high on the success of Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii via Satellite, Elvis decided that his next recording project would be on his home turf - at the red-hot STAX, the launching pad of such greats as Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam & Dave and Isaac Hayes. He assembled the very best musicians in town - members of The MGs, The Memphis Boys, and his own TCB band to create the ultimate band and he searched for fresh new material that would reflect his new path. Such songs as "I Got A Feelin' In My Body" and "Loving Arms" demonstrate an artist looking to broaden his palette and his reach. The STAX material, an amazing chapter of Elvis' career, has never been positioned as a whole body of work... Until now.

    PACKAGING:
    -3 CD Oversized Slipcase (like prints from another planet)
    -Included remastered audio and many newly remixed outtakes!
    -40 page book featuring insightful essay by Memphis historian Robert Gordon
    -Includes RARE photos, clippings, and memorabilia

    • $34.98
  • Elvis At Stax CD
    Item #: EPCD241
    1973 was a crucial year in the career of Elvis Presley. Riding high on the success of Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii via Satellite, Elvis decided that his next recording project would be on his home turf - at the red-hot STAX, the launching pad of such greats as Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam & Dave and Isaac Hayes. He assembled the very best musicians in town - members of The MGs, The Memphis Boys, and his own TCB band to create the ultimate band and he searched for fresh new material that would reflect his new path. Such songs as "I Got A Feelin' In My Body" and "Loving Arms" demonstrate an artist looking to broaden his palette and his reach. The STAX material, an amazing chapter of Elvis' career, has never been positioned as a whole body of work... Until now.
    • $11.98
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