I'll Remember You
I'll remember you
Long after this endless summer has gone
I'll be lonely oh so lonely
Living only to remember you
I'll remember too
Your voice as soft as the warm summer breeze
Your sweet laughter, mornings after
Ever after, I'll remember you
To your arms someday I'll return to stay
Till then I will remember too
Every bright start we made wishes upon
Love me always, promise always
Oooh, you'll remember too
I'll remember you
Recorded: 1966/06/10, first released on Spinout
|How Great Thou Art LP 1966|
How Great Thou Art Sessions
May 25, 1966 RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
May 26, 1966 RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
May 27, 1966 RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
May 28, 1966 RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
June 10, 1966 RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
June 12, 1966 RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
June 14, 1966 MGM Sound Stage - Hollywood, California
All That I Am (Overdub) ____-NA
Recording Sessions for Double Trouble
From the movie Double Trouble
June 28, 1966 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
City By Night (Track) ____-03
Could I Fall In Love ____-06
There Is So Much World To See (Alternate Master) HRA1 8688-10
There Is So Much World To See (Remake) ____-01
Long Legged Girl (Alternate Master) HRA1 8673-06
June 29, 1966 MGM Sound Stage - Hollywood, California
Double Trouble ____-04
Baby If You'll Give Me All Of Your Love ____-05
I Love Only One Girl UPA3 3940-02
It Won't Be Long UPA3 3942-NA
Old MacDonald ____-07
Long Legged Girl (Remake) UPA3 3937-05
Double Trouble (Ending) ____-NA
Double Trouble (Composite) UPA3 3934-SP
June 30, 1966 MGM Sound Stage - Hollywood, California
July 14, 1966 MGM Sound Stage - Hollywood, California
Find on CD : Studio
Find on CD : Live Recording
Elvis Presley makes television and entertainment history with his Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii - Via Satellite special. Performed at the Honolulu International Center Arena on January 14, 1973, broadcast live at 12:30 AM Hawaiian time, beamed via Globecam Satellite to Australia, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, the Philippines, South Vietnam and other countries. It is seen on a delayed basis in around thirty European countries. A tape of the show will be seen in America on April 4th on NBC. The live broadcast in January attracts 37.8% of the viewers in Japan, 91.8% in the Philippines, 70% in Hong Kong, and 70-80% of the viewers in Korea. The April showing in America will attract 51% of the television viewing audience, and will be seen in more American households than man’s first walk on the moon. In all, it will be seen in about forty countries by one billion to 1.5 billion people. Elvis commissions an American Eagle design for his jumpsuit for this show, his patriotic message to his worldwide audience. Never has one performer held the world’s attention in such a way. Elvis is in top form physically and vocally. This is probably the pinnacle of his superstardom, one of the all-time great moments of his career. Elvis was very, very nervous at first. Nobody else had ever done a satellite show before.
He was the very first entertainer, ever, to do a satellite show.
It was very expansive to rent the satellite for one hour, so Colonel Parker went to NBC, because they owned the satellite, actually it was their recording company. So they cut the deal and it was the first one ever.
Elvis was a nervous wreck. But as he went along rehearsing, and enjoying Hawaii, he became very comfortable with it. The thing about it, when you go on a satellite show, you go on stage at a certain time and you got to get off at a certain time, otherwise they will just cut you off, the satellite will cut you off after one hour. So the hardest part that Elvis was worried about, was to time it right.
But as we all know it went along perfectly. Joe Esposito was at the side of the stage while Elvis was performing with a flashlight and about ten minutes before the end time, he flashed the light to let Elvis know he had ten minutes left. It was an unbelievable performance, it was all for charity, and he was very comfortable when he walked on stage. He did a great job, looked fabulous. Can we ask for more?
A great singer, in a great location, great music and its now part of history.
12 Jan 8.30pm International Centre, Honolulu, Hi
14 Jan 0.30am International Centre, Honolulu, Hi
Audience tickets for the January 14 concert and its January 12 pre-broadcast rehearsal show carry no price. Each audience member is asked to pay whatever he or she can. The performances and concert merchandise sales are a benefit raising $75,000 for the Kui Lee Cancer Fund in Hawaii. (Kui Lee was a Hawaiian composer who had died of cancer while still in his thirties.)
Read more about the Aloha Special, including an interview with show director, Marty Pasetta .
Also Sprach Zarathrusta - See See Rider - Burning Love - Something - You Gave Me A Mountain - Steamroller Blues - My Way - Love Me - Johnny B. Goode - It's Over - Blue Suede Shoes - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - I Can't Stop Loving You - Hound Dog - What Now My Love - Fever - Welcome To My World - Suspicious Minds - Introductions by Elvis - I'll Remember You - Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - An American Trilogy - A Big Hunk O' Love - Can't Help Falling In Love