Nearly four decades after the death of music legend Elvis Presley, his iconic songs are taking on a brand new life in the upcoming album If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
ET sat down for an exclusive interview with the King of Rock 'n' Roll's one-time wife Priscilla Presley, who opened up about this new, unique project.
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"This particular version, it's just so big," Priscilla explained. "All the instruments and the voice, it's quite impactful."
The album pairs some of Elvis' most famous vocal performances with the big, bombastic sound of orchestral accompaniment for an entirely new take on the classic songs.
The album also includes some special collaborations with other artists, including singer Michael Buble.
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"Michael Buble came on board and it was so good. He duets with Elvis," Priscilla shared. "My god, Elvis would have loved his voice and his material … It gives me chills because it was so good."
If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra drops Oct. 30.
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