+++ "Loving Feeling" is spliced, "Caroline" is not - some only start seconds late.
Also I think many fans would love to hear this entire rehearsal, even with certain tracks
being incomplete. Some selections have been released on bootleg ("Polk A Little Sock
Salad" is incredibly entertaining), would BMG consider this entire rehearsal for release
on the FTD label?... as it would sound fabulous mixed down from the 16 track master
+++ Possible, but I think we all need a little rest from TTWII
+++ Joe has not approached us with this tape. Joe also claims to have other unreleased stuff that we don't have. It's of course every collectors right to keep their treasurer to themselves - in most cases they have paid dearly for them. Another thing is that Joe does NOT claim that this is a soundboard in his Dowling site interview.
+++ Master is take 11
+++ Master is take 4
[In other words is "A life in music" The authoritative source here???]
(From Wolfgang Pesch,California)
+++ I didn't check what came from what here, but there's unfortunately always annoying little mistakes in anything done by humans. Sometimes we also get new information about the material - most often when we acquire missing tapes.
+++ It's been discussed, but the general feeling is that the album is not strong enough commercially - a shame, because I kinda like it.
+++ I don't know what you are referring to. In many cases, the songs ARE in chronological
order, however we can't have the same running order all the time.
And why is the concert on the new Las Vegas box disc 2 not on disc 3? That would me more
appropriate if you would have change the material on these two discs. And you should be
ashamed of re-releasing old material. Iīm thinking of the content on the new Las Vegas
Box (disc 3) and the content on the Thatīs the way it is box (disc 1). And naming the
last disc on the Thatīs the way it is box the rehearsal and then start it up with 9!!
live songs. You have to be more careful on these things.
(From Roger Lindgren,Sweden)
+++ I don't see the importance of whether the discs are numbered 2 or 3. We include previously released material in order to make a historically more correct set - not only aimed at the die hard collectors.
+++ Because the soundboard tapes are almost never complete.
++ As both shows were incomplete we have to edit the last part of the show. As for the Silver Box, the first two songs were from May 6, the rest from various June dates.
+++ We don't know who owns them, if they exist at all. We of course all knew a handful of these, but so far it's not been possible to track down more. We will keep searching.
+++ Small - I have never heard one in listenable quality.
+++ A lot, but it's all been released by now. Examples:
This Time/ I īCan't Stop Loving You, A Hundred Years From Now, Tiger Man(75)
+++ If they did, they should be with EPE in Memphis. I don't think they are.
++ Good point. The reason is simple - RCA don't want us to do this yet. Additionally we are not sure it would help Elvis tapes much.
+++ I know only some of them, and it's very hard to keep track of these. Somehow the bootleggers don't send RCA a lot of information.
+++ We have checked through BMG Canada, and were told that Red didn't have the show after all.
+++ Only 6 shows were recorded.
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