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One of the best tracks of his early ’70s era

“Put Your Hand in the Hand” is a gospel song written by Gene MacLellan and first recorded by Canadian band Ocean in 1970. Elvis Presley recorded his own version of the song in 1971, and the performance was later released on an expanded album.

Elvis’s version of “Put Your Hand in the Hand” is a powerful and moving rendition, showcasing the King’s incredible vocal ability and his deep connection to gospel music. The song’s lyrics express the idea of seeking comfort and guidance from God during difficult times, and Elvis’s performance is both reverent and emotional.

The expanded album features additional tracks from the same recording session, including “Amazing Grace,” “He Touched Me,” and “Swing Down Sweet Chariot,” among others. These songs demonstrate Elvis’s enduring love for gospel music and his ability to infuse even the most traditional hymns with his own unique style and flair.

The expanded album is a must-have for any Elvis fan, as it provides a powerful and uplifting listening experience that showcases the King’s incredible talent and his unwavering faith. It is also a testament to Elvis’s lasting impact on the world of gospel music, and his ability to inspire and uplift audiences with his music.


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