The 70's is my favorite decade when it comes to Elvis' music.  His voice had matured nicely and he sang a lot of my personal favorites.  His movie career had ended and the 70's could be classified as the "concert years."  Not only did he sing his heart out on stage, but he had great interactions with the fans at the same time.   He sang everything in this decade from rock to country to funk to ballads, and more.  Whether he was touching your heart with the song "Wonder of You" and "First Time I Ever Saw Your Face," or getting your feet tapping with "Raised on Rock" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On"....he could do it all!

Elvis performed over 1,000 concerts, which is really awesome if you think about it.  He did an amazing job in "That's the Way it Is" and "Aloha from Hawaii."  Seeing him on stage belting out oldies and new songs with such ease was unbelievable!  Incidentally, one of my favorite jumpsuits is from the "Aloha from Hawaii" special.  I won't go into his last televised concert because it makes me sad even thinking about it.  I can only imagine what it would've been like to have been in the first row during his concerts.  

Some of my favorites from this decade are "Mary in the Morning," "Let it Be Me," "Always on My Mind," "I'm Leavin'," "Heart of Rome," "Where Did They Go, Lord," "We Can Make the Morning," First Time I Ever Saw Your Face," and "She Thinks I Still Care."