God this man could sing the ingredients on a shampoo bottle and I’d still have it on repeat for 5 hours
“Sweet Caroline” is a song written and performed by Neil Diamond in 1969. Elvis Presley recorded his own version of the song in 1970, and performed it live several times throughout his career. One of his most memorable live performances of “Sweet Caroline” was in Las Vegas in 1970, and the performance was later released on an expanded album.
The expanded album captures the excitement and energy of Elvis’s live performances, with additional tracks from the same concert, including “Suspicious Minds,” “Polk Salad Annie,” and “Johnny B. Goode,” among others.
Elvis’s live performance of “Sweet Caroline” is a fun and upbeat rendition, showcasing the King’s incredible stage presence and his ability to get the crowd involved in the performance. The song’s catchy melody and sing-along chorus are perfect for Elvis’s signature style, and the live audience is clearly having a great time.
The expanded album is a must-have for any Elvis fan, as it provides a unique and unforgettable glimpse into the King’s live performances and his enduring legacy as one of the greatest performers of all time. It is also a testament to Elvis’s versatility as an artist, and his ability to take a well-known song and make it his own.