This Elvis album was recorded in March 1975. This was the last time RCA Records managed to drag Elvis into a recording studio. Any albums released after this were either live albums, or they were recorded in a makeshift studio in Elvis' own house. Elvis had lost his love for recording at this point. He recorded the bare minimum number of songs required for this album, and did far less takes than he usually did. He used to be a perfectionist who would perform a song over and over until it was pefect, but by this point he would just perform a song a few times until it was "close enough". Despite that, the album is still pretty good. There isn't a bad song here, especially compared to some of the junk Elvis recorded for his film soundtracks. "T-R-O-U-B-L-E" is my personal favorite here, but all the songs have something to offer. I recommend this album to Elvis fans.