Just over 41 years after his death, "The King of Rock n' Roll," Elvis Presley has scored his first Number One hit on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart with Where No One Stands Alone -- a collection featuring "newly-recorded instrumentation and backing vocal contributions from music legends who'd performed on-stage and/or in-the-studio with Elvis." The set, which includes a reimagined duet with Elvis and his daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, on the album's title track also hit Number One on the Billboard Physical Albums and Billboard Vinyl Albums chart. Where No One Stands Alone debuted in the Top 10 in the UK, marking Elvis' 53rd UK Top 10 album.

Despite all his success in rock n' roll, all three of Elvis' Grammy's were awarded for his gospel recordings. Over the course of his career, "The King" often returned to his first love, recording such classic gospel classics as 1960's His Hand In Mine, 1967's How Great Thou Art, and 1972's He Touched Me. Elvis Presley's religious recordings -- including his singles, E.P.'s, albums, and compilations -- have sold approximately 300 million copies in the U.S. alone, with "(There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)" and "Crying In The Chapel" each selling more than 20 million copies.

One of milestones of Elvis' '60s career were his gospel recordings with the Jordinaires. Elvis' historian Peter Guralnick told us that this is the most overlooked era in Elvis' career: "One thing I think that people forget is when they say that he just disappeared into the movies and never did anything else -- this was a period that only lasted four or five years. At that point, he returned to making music. He went back and made a gospel album, How Great Thou Art, which was really one of the pinnacles of his musical achievement."

AUDIO: ELVIS PRESLEY ON HIS LOVE OF MUSIC
AUDIO: PETER GURALNICK SAYS GOSPEL MUSIC PROVIDED ELVIS PRESLEY WITH ONE OF HIS GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS