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ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:05 pm

Elvis' first tour of 1973 started out in Phoenix, Arizona and ended in Denver, Colorado. Elvis did 12 shows during this tour and 8 of them are available on cds & cdrs. The shows are all over very good, with a great setlist with various songs.
::rocks

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:07 pm

April 22nd 1973 Phoenix, Arizona - Audience Recording with good+ sound

We got a good, but incomplete recording of this show (last part is missing). Elvis welcomes the audience by saying he is glad to be back in Phoenix, and that he had been there in 1912.
Elvis gives us a very emotional You Gave Me A Mountain here, a very good version. We get an encore reprise after How Great Thou Art.
After a classic Elvis version of Johnny B. Goode, he sings some improvised lyrics using the tune of Danny Boy.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:06
02 OPENING RIFF 0:39
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:22
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:55
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:11
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:59
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:17
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 3:06
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:07
10 ELVIS TALKS 0:13
11 LOVE ME 1:32
12 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:09
13 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:45
14 HOW GREAT THOU ART 3:56
15 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:45
16 DANNY BOY (WITH IMPROVISED LYRICS) 0:15
17 HOUND DOG 1:40
18 FEVER 2:42
19 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:06
20 I'M LEAVIN' 3:16
21 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:22
22 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:20
23 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:47
24 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:21
25 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 4:58

TOTAL RUNNING TIME 55:56

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:08 pm

April 23rd 1973 Anaheim, California - Audience Recording with good sound

The recording has a little distant, but good sound. I Got A Woman/Amen has a little part missing. During the Introduction Of The Band, Elvis says "On the piano is Charlie hodg....I mean Glen Hardin........".
Elvis dedicates the show to the Mayor of Anaheim, Jack Dutton, before he sings I'll Remember You.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:00
02 OPENING RIFF 0:19
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:17
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 2:55
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:14
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:55
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:18
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 2:58
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:05
10 ELVIS TALKS 0:23
11 LOVE ME 1:50
12 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:10
13 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:41
14 HOW GREAT THOU ART 2:57
15 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:42
16 HOUND DOG 1:24
17 FEVER 2:15
18 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:03
19 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:00
20 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:39
21 ELVIS TALKS 0:14
22 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:56
23 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:26
24 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 4:19
25 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE 2:08
26 CAN'T HELP FALLING LOVE 1:41
27 CLOSING RIFF 0:52
28 ANNOUNCEMENT 0:12

Total Running time 54:15

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:09 pm

April 24th 1973 Anaheim, California - Audience Recording with good++ sound

We've got a good recording of this show. Elvis gives us a high standard show here with a very standard setlist for this tour. The Introduction Of Joe Guercio Orhestra is missing on the recording.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:09
02 OPENING RIFF 0:40
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:34
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:58
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:19
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:53
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:31
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 3:16
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:14
10 LOVE ME 1:53
11 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:13
12 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:51
13 HOW GREAT THOU ART 3:13
14 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:46
15 HOUND DOG 2:04
16 FEVER 3:03
17 ELVIS TALKS WITH AUDIENCE 0:18
18 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:15
19 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:18
20 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:46
21 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 3:02
22 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:42
23 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 5:12
24 ELVIS TALKS 0:19
25 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE 2:18
26 CAN'T HELP FALLING LOVE 1:50
27 CLOSING RIFF 0:55

Total Running Time 1:00:44
Last edited by AHM1977 on Sun Feb 12, 2012 8:26 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:09 pm

April 27th 1973 Portland, Oregon - Audience Recording with good++ sound

A great show from our man, and a good sounding recording of the complete show. At the top of this, it's a very interesting setlist with various songs on the menu.
Elvis changes the lyrics of Heartbreak Hotel to "at Rodeway Hotel..." and breaks out in laughter, so we got us a real laughter version of Heartbreak Hotel here.
Little Sister/Get Back is another highlight of this show among with Help Me Make It Through The Night and Long Tall Sally/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:17
02 OPENING RIFF 0:36
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:23
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:11
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:13
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:44
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:15
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 2:59
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:01
10 LOVE ME 1:38
11 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:05
12 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:43
13 LITTLE SISTER/GET BACK 2:33
14 HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT 2:35
15 LONG TALL SALLY/
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON 1:54
16 I'M LEAVIN' 3:11
17 HOUND DOG 1:50
18 FEVER 2:48
19 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 2:58
20 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:16
21 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:44
22 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:46
23 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:21
24 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 4:29
25 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE 2:07
26 ELVIS TALKS 0:26
27 CAN'T HELP FALLING LOVE 1:41
28 CLOSING RIFF/ANNOUNCEMENT 1:04

Total Running Time 1:01:03

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:11 pm

April 28th 1973 Afternoon Show, Spokane, Washington - Audience Recording with fair to bad sound

We only got an incomplete recording of this show (last part missing), and the sound isn't the best either (the sound is getting real bad from What Now My Love and to the recording end).
At times is hard to hear what's he saying here. The setlist is again very standard for this tour. Heartbreak Hotel gets a cool start here.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:09
02 OPENING RIFF 0:37
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:23
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:25
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:12
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:58
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:12
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 2:55
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 1:58
10 LOVE ME 1:48
11 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:02
12 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:38
13 HOW GREAT THOU ART 2:51
14 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:39
15 I'M LEAVIN' 3:10
16 HOUND DOG 1:37
17 FEVER 3:06
18 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 2:50
19 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:19
20 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:25
21 I'LL REMEMBER YOU* 1:55

* INCOMPLETE TRACK

Total Running Time 45:22
Last edited by AHM1977 on Sun Feb 12, 2012 8:27 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:13 pm

April 28th 1973 Evening Show, Spokane, Washington - Audience Recording with fair+ sound

Great show with a good setlist. Elvis welcomes the audience by introduce himself as Glen Campell. Charlie Hodge is introduced as General Funky/Charlie Hodge.
We've got at least to recording sources of this show. One has bad sound with the 2001 Theme missing and the Introduction Of The Band incomplete.
The other source has better sound, but has the last minute of Johnny B. Goode missing.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:03
02 OPENING RIFF 0:38
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:28
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:32
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:25
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:53
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:20
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 3:07
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:07
10 LOVE ME 1:37
11 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:10
12 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:39
13 TEDDY BEAR/DON'T BE CRUEL 1:57
14 LONG TALL SALLY/
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON 1:38
15 I'M LEAVIN' 3:19
16 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:41
17 HOUND DOG 1:25
18 FEVER 3:01
19 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:11
20 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:12
21 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:52
22 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:52
23 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:37
24 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 4:26
25 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE 2:14
26 ELVIS TALKS 0:40
27 CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE 1:43
28 CLOSING RIFF 0:48

Total Running Time 1:00:47

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:14 pm

April 29th 1973 Afternoon Show, Seattle, Washington - Audience Recording with very good sound
We got a complete and good sounded recording of this show. I guess the show is very well known among the fans, since the release of "The King In Queen City".
The one liners of When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again and Surrender are awesome.
Elvis welcomes the audience by comment the World's Fair in 1963 (I was just a child...). He changes the lyrics in Love Me Tender to "my suit turns blue...". We also got a very good version of Hound Dog here, with a cool army ending.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:11
02 OPENING RIFF 0:42
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:34
04 WHEN MY BLUE MOON TURNS TO GOLD AGAIN 0:24
05 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:01
06 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:22
07 LOVE ME TENDER 1:59
08 TEDDY BEAR/DON'T BE CRUEL 2:01
09 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:18
10 STEAMROLLER BLUES 3:05
11 SURRENDER (ONE LINE ONLY) 0:10
12 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:04
13 LOVE ME 1:45
14 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:08
15 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:38
16 LONG TALL SALLY/
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON 1:41
17 HOW GREAT THOU ART 3:11
18 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:42
19 HOUND DOG 1:57
20 FEVER 3:00
21 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:09
22 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:09
23 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:44
24 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:51
25 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:31
26 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 4:42
27 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE 2:09
28 ELVIS TALKS 0:26
29 CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE 1:43
30 CLOSING RIFF/ANNOUNCEMENT 0:55

Total Running Time 1:01:28

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:16 pm

April 29th 1973 Evening Show, Seattle, Washington - Audience Recording with fair/fair++ sound

We got two incomplete recordings of this show. I have complied them together to get an almost complete setlist.
Again Elvis welcomes the audience by comment the World's Fair in 1963 when he was 15 years old....
Elvis does a very heated up version of Blue Suede Shoes, and change the lyrics of Heartbreak Hotel to "the hilton hotel...".
A big change from the usual here is that during Long Tall Sally, Elvis sings the right lyrics "I saw Uncle John..." (J.D. has been the target each time during this tour).

01 OPENING RIFF 0:21
02 SEE SEE RIDER 2:26
03 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:18
04 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:32
05 LOVE ME TENDER 1:53
06 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:01
07 STEAMROLLER BLUES 2:52
08 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:22
09 LOVE ME 1:37
10 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:09
11 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:36
12 LONG TALL SALLY/
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON 1:26
13 I'M LEAVIN' 3:15
14 HOUND DOG 1:17
15 FEVER 2:46
16 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:10
17 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:21
18 INTRODUCTION OF TOM PARKER 0:16
19 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:39**
20 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU** 2:22
21 HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT** 2:36
22 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY** 4:05
23 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE** 1:55

**TAKEN FROM SOURCE 2 TO MAKE THE SHOW
MORE COMPLETE.

Total Running Time 51:23

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:18 pm

My CDR set for this tour :
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Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:50 pm

AHM1977 wrote:April 22nd 1973 Phoenix, Arizona - Audience Recording with good+ sound

We got a good, but incomplete recording of this show (last part is missing). Elvis welcomes the audience by saying he is glad to be back in Phoenix, and that he had been there in 1912.
Elvis gives us a very emotional You Gave Me A Mountain here, a very good version. We get an encore reprise after How Great Thou Art.
After a classic Elvis version of Johnny B. Goode, he sings some improvised lyrics using the tune of Danny Boy.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:06
02 OPENING RIFF 0:39
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:22
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:55
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:11
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:59
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:17
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 3:06
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:07
10 ELVIS TALKS 0:13
11 LOVE ME 1:32
12 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:09
13 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:45
14 HOW GREAT THOU ART 3:56
15 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:45
16 DANNY BOY (WITH IMPROVISED LYRICS) 0:15
17 HOUND DOG 1:40
18 FEVER 2:42
19 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:06
20 I'M LEAVIN' 3:16
21 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:22
22 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:20
23 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:47
24 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:21
25 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 4:58

TOTAL RUNNING TIME 55:56


The last 2 songs (Big Hunk.., Can`t Help falling)..and Closing Vamp are missing..the import At The Top Of the Game (wrongly dated 8:30 pm) inserted them from April 29, 1973 AS to make the show appear complete..

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:56 pm

AHM1977 wrote:April 24th 1973 Anaheim, California - Audience Recording with good++ sound

We've got a good and complete recording of this show. Elvis gives us a high standard show here with a very standard setlist for this tour.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:09
02 OPENING RIFF 0:40
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:34
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:58
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:19
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:53
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:31
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 3:16
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:14
10 LOVE ME 1:53
11 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:13
12 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:51
13 HOW GREAT THOU ART 3:13
14 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:46
15 HOUND DOG 2:04
16 FEVER 3:03
17 ELVIS TALKS WITH AUDIENCE 0:18
18 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:15
19 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:18
20 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:46
21 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 3:02
22 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:42
23 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 5:12
24 ELVIS TALKS 0:19
25 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE 2:18
26 CAN'T HELP FALLING LOVE 1:50
27 CLOSING RIFF 0:55

Total Running Time 1:00:44


Please check whether the Band Intros are complete at the end.

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:03 pm

AHM1977 wrote:April 28th 1973 Evening Show, Spokane, Washington - Audience Recording with fair+ sound

Great show with a good setlist. Elvis welcomes the audience by introduce himself as Glen Campell. Charlie Hodge is introduced as General Funky/Charlie Hodge.
We've got at least to recording sources of this show. One has bad sound with the 2001 Theme missing and the Introduction Of The Band incomplete.
The other source has better sound, but has the last minute of Johnny B. Goode missing.

01 ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA 1:03
02 OPENING RIFF 0:38
03 SEE SEE RIDER 2:28
04 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:32
05 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:25
06 LOVE ME TENDER 1:53
07 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:20
08 STEAMROLLER BLUES 3:07
09 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:07
10 LOVE ME 1:37
11 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:10
12 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:39
13 TEDDY BEAR/DON'T BE CRUEL 1:57
14 LONG TALL SALLY/
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON 1:38
15 I'M LEAVIN' 3:19
16 JOHNNY B. GOODE 1:41
17 HOUND DOG 1:25
18 FEVER 3:01
19 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:11
20 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:12
21 INTRODUCTION OF THE BAND 1:52
22 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:52
23 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 2:37
24 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY 4:26
25 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE 2:14
26 ELVIS TALKS 0:40
27 CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE 1:43
28 CLOSING RIFF 0:48

Total Running Time 1:00:47


I have one complete source and the sound is average.

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:09 pm

AHM1977 wrote:April 29th 1973 Evening Show, Seattle, Washington - Audience Recording with fair/fair++ sound

We got two incomplete recordings of this show. I have complied them together to get an almost complete setlist.
Again Elvis welcomes the audience by comment the World's Fair in 1963 when he was 15 years old....
Elvis does a very heated up version of Blue Suede Shoes, and change the lyrics of Heartbreak Hotel to "the hilton hotel...".
A big change from the usual here is that during Long Tall Sally, Elvis sings the right lyrics "I saw Uncle John..." (J.D. has been the target each time during this tour).

01 OPENING RIFF 0:21
02 SEE SEE RIDER 2:26
03 I GOT A WOMAN/AMEN 3:18
04 ELVIS WELCOMES THE AUDIENCE 0:32
05 LOVE ME TENDER 1:53
06 YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME 2:01
07 STEAMROLLER BLUES 2:52
08 YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN 3:22
09 LOVE ME 1:37
10 BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1:09
11 HEARTBREAK HOTEL 1:36
12 LONG TALL SALLY/
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON 1:26
13 I'M LEAVIN' 3:15
14 HOUND DOG 1:17
15 FEVER 2:46
16 WHAT NOW MY LOVE 3:10
17 SUSPICIOUS MINDS 4:21
18 INTRODUCTION OF TOM PARKER 0:16
19 I'LL REMEMBER YOU 2:39**
20 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU** 2:22
21 HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT** 2:36
22 AN AMERICAN TRILOGY** 4:05
23 A BIG HUNK OF LOVE** 1:55

**TAKEN FROM SOURCE 2 TO MAKE THE SHOW
MORE COMPLETE.

Total Running Time 51:23


I have the 2001 Theme missing (you, too cause you start with the Opening Riff), Hound Dog incomplete (please check) and my show ends during Big Hunk..meaning this song is complete..

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:22 pm

Ciscoking wrote:
AHM1977 wrote:April 24th 1973 Anaheim, California - Audience Recording with good++ sound

Please check whether the Band Intros are complete at the end.


Hey........the introduction of the Joe Guerico Orchestra is missing.... :smt006

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:23 pm

One can hardly believe that the Vegas season right before this tour he was bored to death most of the time..

This tour is fantastic with Elvis and band being in top shape and delivering powehouse performances throughout..

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:27 pm

AHM1977 wrote:
Ciscoking wrote:
AHM1977 wrote:April 24th 1973 Anaheim, California - Audience Recording with good++ sound

Please check whether the Band Intros are complete at the end.


Hey........the introduction of the Joe Guerico Orchestra is missing.... :smt006


That`s why I told you... :wink:

But my source could also be a bad copy..so checking twice is always the best solution.. :smt006

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:27 pm

Ciscoking wrote:
AHM1977 wrote:April 28th 1973 Evening Show, Spokane, Washington - Audience Recording with fair+ sound

I have one complete source and the sound is average.


The first version I found on cdr was with bad sound (and very incomplete). A friend of mine has another version with better sound, but with Johnny B. Goode incomplete. So I spliced in Johnny B. Goode from the first show to make mine complete.

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:31 pm

I will check Johnny B. tomorrow....I wasn`t aware of it being incomplete..

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:32 pm

Ciscoking wrote:
AHM1977 wrote:
Ciscoking wrote:
AHM1977 wrote:April 24th 1973 Anaheim, California - Audience Recording with good++ sound

Please check whether the Band Intros are complete at the end.


Hey........the introduction of the Joe Guerico Orchestra is missing.... :smt006


That`s why I told you... :wink:

But my source could also be a bad copy..so checking twice is always the best solution.. :smt006


It's always good to got these little things confirmed, and that's why a topic like this is great. We can find out what's available and what excists as complete/incomplete, and of course, what Elvis is saying (sometimes you can listen to it a thousand times without understanding what's been said). :smt006

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:36 pm

Ciscoking wrote:I will check Johnny B. tomorrow....I wasn`t aware of it being incomplete..


It fits very well for the running time of a C60 cassette, ca. 30 min. into the show, and then switch the tape. :smt006

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 8:38 pm

My problem here is that English isn`t my mother tongue..I don`t understand everything..

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sun Oct 09, 2011 9:00 pm

Ciscoking wrote:My problem here is that English isn`t my mother tongue..I don`t understand everything..


You're not alone there....LOL... I'm only hoping that most of the parts I'm writing make some sense to others... :smt005 . I guess some of the things that I write comes out a little bit wrong sometimes :oops:

What I meant with the C60 cassette.... If the person who recorded the show used a C60 cassette tape, it runs ca. 30 minutes before it stops and he must turn the cassette and start recording again. So if he used a C60 cassette, it fits with the cut of Johnny B. Goode which is 30 min. and 40 sec. into the show. Then he has to turn the cassette and start recording again.

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Mon Oct 10, 2011 6:21 pm

AHM1977 wrote:
Ciscoking wrote:I will check Johnny B. tomorrow....I wasn`t aware of it being incomplete..


It fits very well for the running time of a C60 cassette, ca. 30 min. into the show, and then switch the tape. :smt006


You are the man..I quit... :lol:

It IS incomplete...thanks mate..

Re: ELVIS ON TOUR 1973 - THE APRIL TOUR (THE RECORDINGS)

Sat Oct 29, 2011 5:24 pm

Great info, thanks again fellas!