If I Can Dream is the brand new album from Elvis Presley that includes 14 of his hits, originally recorded between 1956 and 1973, with beautifully airy new arrangements by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
According to former wife Priscilla Presley, the album fulfills a dream that Elvis was never able to realize during his lifetime. Elvis loved opera and classical music and admired legends Mario Lanza and Caruso, but his record label would have never allowed orchestral, classical arrangements to be featured on any of his songs.
Of course, many of Elvis's most loved songs are featured on the album, including the incredibly moving gospel song "How Great Thou Art" and the powerful "An American Trilogy." Also featured are "Fever," a duet with Michael Bublé, as well as the highly anticipated "It's Now or Never," a collaboration with Italian trio Il Volo.
Check out the title track "If I Can Dream," which he famously sang to close his '68 Comeback Special, below: