This Performance was great! You can see he’s all about business here because this had to be studio quality
“No More” is a song that was originally recorded by American pop singer Johnny Mathis in 1959, and later covered by Elvis Presley during his Hawaii Concert Rehearsal in 1973. The song was written by Bob Russell and Paul Anka, and was released as a single by Mathis in 1959, where it reached number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Elvis Presley recorded his version of “No More” on January 12, 1973, during his rehearsals for the “Aloha from Hawaii” concert. The performance of this song was not included in the broadcast of the concert, but it was included in the album and video releases of the concert.
In Elvis’ version of “No More”, his powerful and emotive voice shines through as he sings about the end of a relationship and moving on. The song features Elvis backed by a full band, including a horn section, and his vocals are complemented by the soulful harmonies of his backup singers, The Sweet Inspirations.
The performance of “No More” during the Hawaii Concert Rehearsal is a testament to Elvis’ talent as a performer and his ability to make any song his own. Despite not being as well-known as some of his other hits, this rendition of “No More” captures the essence of Elvis’ style and showcases his skill as a vocalist.