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Uniondale Hysteria ,Second Day

The MxF label will release soon the second volume of a trilogy dedicated to Elvis’ historical performance at Uniondale Nassau Coliseum. This second cd is entitled Uniondale Hysteria,Second Day, featuring the Uniondale, June 23, 1973 8.00 PM Show.

The June Tour represent the second and last tour of the year, Elvis on tour means Elvis at the top of his possibilities. Uniondale is the third step of the tour, in the Nassau coliseum Elvis performs four shows in three days. The show here presented is the third one…The begin of the 1973 presents an Elvis still at the top, no more a rocking singer, He deliveries with enthusiasm the classic repertoire post-72 …...The year was begun with the glorious Hawaii TV satellite Show and after a pale useless Vegas season, Elvis recuperated from the fatigue, started the first tour of the year in a different mood … the second tour is even better with our man very energetic on stage, full of enthusiasm he sings with power delivering a solid and long show, with the classic repertoire of the 1973 including a incredible “Steaming rolling blues” version, together the really dramatic What Now My Love and the classic Bridge Over Troubled Water. In this second day Elvis seems more relaxed and even more focused on the songs….. in spite He skips two more recent tunes like I’m leaving and I’ll Remember You, replacing them with two classic from fifties as Heartbreak hotel and All Shook Up the show sounds better …. On stage is an impressive figure in the Fire jumpsuit, the rocker attitude still intact, the voice great, the atmosphere enormous, the demand terrific, 16.500 lucky people attended at the show.

The show is unreleased and complete, here we present the show directly from a first generation copy of a privately-recorded 60-minute cassette. The sound was restored trying to remove the background noise trying to let intact the feeling of the concert and overall your listening pleasure. The sound quality here is good, considering it was taped from the audience in a big hall. Elvis and overall the band is loud and clear, the sounds is very powerful in very good balanced mix the audience is never too intrusive giving instead the real feeling of the concert.

Like its predecessors, this new release will be presented in a beautiful four panels digipack with a collection of photos taken during show.. As bonus the first 500 copies will come with a 12x12 card, represent a terrific live shot from the show. All the photos come from the Steve Rino & Bob Rush book, Elvis June 1973 tour.

The recording good quality and the superb show give to Uniondale Hysteria, Second Day the status of UNIQUE.

Don’t miss it!!!!

Track list:
As recorded live at Nassau Coliseum, June 23, 1973 8.00 PM
01.2001 Theme 02.See See Rider 03.I Got A Woman /Amen 04.Love Me Tender (+ 1 false start) 05.Steamroller Blues 06.You Gave Me A Mountain 07.Love Me 08.Blue Suede Shoes 09.Rock Medley 10.Heartbreak Hotel 11.Bridge Over Troubled Water 12.Fever 13.Hound Dog 14.What Now My Love 15.Suspicious Minds 16.Band Introductions 17.All Shook Up 18.I Can’t Stop Loving You 19.An American Trilogy 20.A Big Hunk Of Love 21.Can’t Help Falling In Love 22.Closing Vamp/Announcement
time 52,00 min.

Update April 16, 2015


Elvis Opening Night 1975

AudiRec proudly presents: ELVIS – OPENING NIGHT 1975 – a brandnew CD Set which will be released shortly. It includes an audience recording of the complete performance from March 18, 1975 – well known as the “Opening Night” for Elvis´ March/April Las Vegas 75 Season.

Elvis hadn´t worked in five months when he came back to Las Vegas in March 1975 and although he carried a lot of uncomfortable weight inside his stage clothing, his spirits were higher than they´d been at the start of a Las Vegas engagement in years. If you take a close look to the setlist(s) of this engagement, it shows that Elvis put in really lots of contemporary songs instead of his own “Oldies”. For instance, Opening Night delivered just two songs from the '50s (“Love Me” and “I Got A Woman”). Compared to setlists from the years before this new one was full of good choices. For us listeners of today it is even more: It's GREAT to hear Elvis doing so many well-performed songs!

Expect a fine, decent CD Set containing a great show and be sure to get your copy at your local dealer! Accompanied by a 16-page booklet with lots of information and pictures from the first couple of shows of the season this new CD release is - just like the first release on AudiRec (the already sold-out 2 CD Set “Elvis At The Hilton) - also limited to only 300 copies.

Tracklisting:

Las Vegas 18.03.1975 Opening Show
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 04. And I Love You So 05. Let Me Be There [with reprise] 06. It's Midnight 07. Big Boss Man 08. Green Green Grass Of Home [1st live version] 09. Burning Love 10. Love Me 11. Fairytale [1st live version] 12. Band Introductions 13. Lead Guitar Solo [James Burton] 14. Drum Solo [Ronnie Tutt] 15. Bass Solo [Duke Bardwell] 16. Piano Solo [Glen D. Hardin] 17. Electric Piano Solo [David Briggs] 18. Orchestra Solo (Joe Guercio Orchestra) 19. My Boy 20. I'll Remember You 21. Promised Land 22. Your Love's Been A Long Time Coming [instrumental excerpt] 23. Until It's Time For You To Go 24. Introduction Of Glen Campbell 25. When It's My Time [J.D. Sumner & The Stamps Quartet] 26. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 27. Can't Help Falling In Love 28. Closing Vamp
Update April 10, 2015


From Elvis In Murfreesboro

With a little help from our friends at “Audionics” we are able to present another fine CD release by TNT Records – this time it´s the show in Murfreesboro/Tennessee from May 7th 1975. Here we go with a concert (recorded from the soundboard) that has coincidently its 10th year anniversary related to its first release on – you guessed it – Audionics. For this new release the guys from “Audionics” have remastered their 2005 Version and out comes a significantly better sound – you will like it! The concert is COMPLETE and this is rare (if not unique!) for an SB recording from April/May 75.

When Elvis was ready for his April/May 1975 tour it was already clear that it would be another big success in his career. By now the “King” was such an iconic performer that it virtually was a matter of unimportance to his many fans if he sang his usual setlist or just read the names of the local phonebook. No, not really of course. But in some way it was simply astounding how fans – maybe mostly female fans – reacted when Elvis came to town. Already on the second station of the tour Jacksonville Journal Staff Writer Sandy Strickland wrote in her article titled “Elvis Presley (Sigh) Is Here!” that “One woman threatened suicide. Another is fasting in some mystical hope that it will bring the desired results. Secretaries have threatened to put all phones on hold or close down the entire switchboard while they try to catch a glimpse of him” and explained this behavior very simple with “Elvis is in town”.

Take your time and read the full article within the 16 page booklet that accompanies the release. It also has many photos from the concert and the whole tour.

Enjoy Elvis in his last concert from the above mentioned tour. The “Closing Show” can easily be called a fine performance from a seemingly relaxed entertainer. The year of ´75 didn´t look that promising at the very beginning, but with two more soon to follow extremely successful tours all through the country Elvis headed for more fun, as being on stage in front of thousands of fans was more than likely what he just loved. As Joe Esposito, his Road Manager, said once in one of his many interviews: “Elvis Presley loved to be Elvis Presley!”

tracklist:

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen [medley] 04. Love Me 05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 06. Love Me Tender 07. All Shook Up 08. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel [medley] 09. The Wonder Of You 10. Burning Love 11. Band Introductions 12. Johnny B. Goode 13. Drum Solo [Ronnie Tutt] 14. Bass Solo [Jerry Scheff] 15. Piano Solo [Glen D. Hardin] 16. School Day 17. Bridge Over Troubled Water 18. T-R-O-U-B-L-E 19. I'll Remember You 20. Let Me Be There 21. An American Trilogy 22. Funny How Time Slips Away 23. Hound Dog 24. Little Darlin' 25. Can't Help Falling In Love 26. Closing Vamp
Update April 10, 2015


Bicentennial Superstar Elvis Volume 2

Welcome to TNT Records´ brandnew CD release. Again with a little help from our friends at “Audionics” – most likely THE premium and still active label when it comes to rare recordings in best possible sound - we decided to release Volume 2 of our very well received series “Bicentennial Superstar”. It is going to be presented in our usual high quality standard. The recording is taken straight from the soundboard and there is a 16-page booklet containing all the information you need to know regarding the concert and the whole tour.

As we are aware from all the information we do have access to these days it was more than clear and also visible that Elvis actually should have cared a lot more for himself than for his fans. Although the “King” at least tried to get back in shape and although he got rid of quite some weight since the last tour in early September ended it was a much too short “Recovery” and Elvis stepped on stage looking not too good, showing a pale face and a not so well fitting haircut (of course we´d be more than happy if it was just for the haircut but it wasn´t). Still the fans were loyal and came in masses. The Colonel also was happy to receive another share of “big money” from touring all through the country. After all Elvis seemed to be an all-time-winner in terms of making money with performing that often in a year. Whatever it really was that kept Elvis doing show after show we still can only guess.

Nevertheless, the shows in October of 76 had their moments. Elvis changed his setlist from the months before slightly and for example put back a more than welcome “Steamroller Blues” into it. He did at least what he had to do: Making his many fans happy. That didn´t necessarily include all the reporters from the local newspapers who sometimes wrote some true words the fans did not want to read. But of course there still weren´t that many really negative reviews of Elvis shows in the press. It was just a matter of time though…. The show we are presenting on this release took place on Oct. 20, so Elvis was right in the middle of the tour. The 12.000 fans in the sold-out Notre Dame University Stadium in South Bend saw Elvis wearing the brightly coloured Flame Suit for the first time on stage. Fortunately this show was recorded from the soundboard in its entirety which is rather rare – there are too many SB´s out there on the fan market that lack from starting with “Love Me” or similar, many also do not have the last song(s) originally recorded. Sit back and enjoy experiencing Elvis in autumn of 76 singing some very good versions of songs like “Steamroller Blues”, “Help Me” and a still strong “America The Beautiful”!

Tracklist:

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen [medley] 04. Love Me 05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. Jailhouse Rock 08. Help Me 09. All Shook Up 10. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel [medley] 11. And I Love You So 12. Fever 13. Steamroller Blues 14. Band Introductions 15. Early Morning Rain 16. What'd I Say 17. Johnny B. Goode 18. Drum Solo [Ronnie Tutt] 19. Bass Solo [Jerry Scheff] 20. Piano Solo [Tony Brown] 21. Love Letters 22. School Day 23. Hurt [with reprise] 24. Hound Dog 25. Funny How Time Slips Away 26. Little Darlin' 27. Can't Help Falling In Love 28. Closing Vamp & Announcements
Update April 10, 2015


ELVIS: CITY OF ANGELS

Out now: Audionics had release something special. Called „ELVIS: CITY OF ANGELS“ (Audionics 2015-01-2), this release consists of a 170-page hardback book & two CDs, featuring both shows which Elvis performed on May 11th, 1974 at The Forum (Inglewood) in Los Angeles, CA. Audionics is aware that these shows were released before (by the Graceland Records label, 2007 and official Sony/FTD label, 2007). To bring out the ultimate sound quality, Audionics worked with direct transfers of the original mastertapes.

Compared with its previous release, the evening show is vastly superior in sound. It was not taken from the same compact cassette source you have heard on the FTD soundboard release 'Live In L. A.', but comes from an original reel-to-reel soundboard tape transfer! The sound difference is like night & day. The afternoon show has much improved sound too, coming from the original audience recorded mastertape. The sound (although not excellent) is clearer than before and most of disturbing distortion is gone.

In recent years, some younger fans claimed that Elvis' performances in LA were mediocre. Nevertheless, fans who were present always mentioned these were "kick-ass performances". It's worth mentioning that these shows were attended by a few members of the hard-rock band 'Led Zeppelin' as well as by Bill Wyman, the Rolling Stones bass player.

The 170-page book is filled with many brand new photos of great quality (both b/w and colour) and what’s most important, more than 200 images have never before been published anywhere! This special audiovisual set will mark the ultimate release of Elvis Presley's live appearances at the Los Angeles in May ’74. Every second was digitally restored to achieve the best possible result. This is the first-ever Audionics real audio-visual presentation. It’s a special set which deserves a place in any serious Elvis collection!

CD1 - 11.05.1974 2:30 PM:

01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Tryin' To Get To You - 06. All Shook Up - 07. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 08. Love Me Tender - 09. You Can Have Her - 10. Steamroller Blues - 11. Hound Dog - 12. Fever - 13. Polk Salad Annie - 14. Why Me Lord - 15. Suspicious Minds - 16. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 17. I Can't Stop Loving You - 18. Help Me - 19. An American Trilogy - 20. Let Me Be There (with reprise) - 21. Funny How Time Slips Away - 22. Big Boss Man - 23. Can't Help Falling In Love - 24. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

CD2 - 11.05.1974 8:30 PM:

01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me (with reprise) - 05. Trying To Get To You - 06. All Shook Up - 07. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 08. Love Me Tender - 09. Steamroller Blues - 10. Hound Dog - 11. Fever - 12. Polk Salad Annie - 13. Why Me Lord - 14. Suspicious Minds - 15. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 16. I Can't Stop Loving You - 17. Help Me - 18. An American Trilogy - 19. Let Me Be There (with reprise) - 20. Funny How Time Slips Away - 21. Big Boss Man - 22. Can‘t Help Falling In Love - 23. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

Tracks 21-23 were recorded on May 10th, 1974 in Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA, 8:30 PM

Bonus:

24. Robert Plant talks about meeting Elvis - 25. Big Boss Man - 26. Can‘t Help Falling In Love - 27. Closing Vamp / Announcements.
Update April 8, 2015



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Out Now - Shaking Them Up

The new release from the "SR" label titled "Shaking Them Up " is out now, and features an unreleased show from Jacksonville April 16, 1972 as.

As everybody knows SR concentrates it's work on early 70's live period of Elvis' activity, trying to produce always unreleased shows with Elvis at the top of his possibilities. With the new release, we are proud to present the complete show from April 16th afternoon show, a rare show from a the first tour of the 1972, known well from the Elvis on Tour documentary... Elvis' love of singing is clear in this tape and we are glad to give you the opportunity to listen to it.
After the emotionally breakdown of Vegas winter season where personal problems have blended with music and subsequent depression, Elvis starts the first of the three tours of the year with the will to give his best. The April tour 19 concerts in 15 days will be filmed from the MGM documentary Elvis in Tour and still present Elvis’ at the top of his possibility, the repertoire of the tour is an extension of the Vegas February season with the only inclusion of For The good times and Burning in love coming for his recording March sessions . The man looks pale in front the cameras and no in his best looking although in terrific shape, however in no way is possible to compare him with previous November 1971 tour.

Talking about the show , the show is solid and rough no too long considering a tour concert, we have 53 minutes only, but Elvis worked hard performing 18 songs, including his new single “An American Trilogy.” together his classic best repertoire of Vegas.. Talking of highlight of the show, we can agree with the Florida-Times review, the physical performance of Suspicious minds is surely the best moment of the show…...

This recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is very good considering the early Tour. The sound was restored in matter to remove the background noise and preserving Elvis’ voice and trying to achieve best possible results. We have spent hours in the studio over the digital restoration of the sound, to give you the chance to hear it with pleasure.

This new CD comes with the classic of deluxe Digipack four panels, containing a collection of live photographs from the actual show .

Tracks:

01. 2001 Theme 02.See See Rider 03.Proud Mary 04.Never Been To Spain 05.You Gave Me A Mountain 06.Until It’s Time For You To Go 07.Polk Salad Annie 08.Love Me 09.All Shook Up 10.Teddy Bear /Don’t Be Cruel 11.Heartbreak Hotel 12.Hound Dog 13.How Great Thou Art 14.I Can’t Stop Loving You 15.Suspicious Minds 16.Band Introductions 17.For The Good Times 18.An American Trilogy 19.Funny How Time Slips Away 20.Can’t Help Falling In Love21.Closing Vamp
Time 53.00 min
Update March 23, 2015


Elvis Spring ’77 – The Soundboard Recordings Vol. 2

A New Double CD release

The Elvis Concert Fan label presents his 7th cd release. After “Elvis 1975 On Tour – The Soundboard Recordings Vol.1” the label presents “Elvis Spring ’77 – The Soundboard Recordings Vol.2”. On this brand new cd release you’ll find the soundboard recordings from Toledo, OH. April 23, 1977 – Ann Arbor, MI. April 24, 1977 – Kalamazoo, MI. April 26, 1977 and Alexandria, LA. March 30, 1977. Also including 2 bonus tracks!

The Toledo, OH. April 23, 1977 recording was first released on the cd “Goodbye Memphis” from the Fort Baxter label (1997). Now released for the second time in a remastered sound.

The Kalamazoo, MI. April 26, 1977 show was first released on the cd “Memories From Kalamazoo” by the Vavoom label. Later is was re-released on the cd “Shakin’ Up The Great Lakes” from the Fort Baxter label. On both cd’s this show was edited. On this cd you’ll find for the first time ever the most complete version from soundboard!!

Also the other 2 soundboard recordings were released before but now you have all these together in 1 package, in the most complete form and newly remastered!

Together with “Elvis 1977 – The Final Curtain” this is the only cd (except for official releases) you need to make your Spring 1977 soundboard recordings complete.

Including a 16 pages booklet.

CD 1
TOLEDO, OH. APRIL 23, 1977
01. O Solo Mio / It’s Now Or Never 3:46 02. Little Sister 2:23 03. Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel 2:14 04. And I Love You So 3:28 05. Fever 3:02 06. Polk Salad Annie 4:18 07. My Way 4:12 08. Band Introductons (edited) 0:39 09. School Days 0:58 10. Hurt 2:08 11. Hound Dog 2:01 12. Can’t Help Falling In Love 1:57 13. Closing Vamp 0:35

TOLEDO, OH. APRIL 23, 1977 - STEREO TRACK
14. My Way 4:10

ANN ARBOR, MI. APRIL 24, 1977
15. Love Me 1:36 16. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 2:54 17. You Gave Me A Mountain 3:36 18. Trying To Get To You 2:26 19. O Solo Mio / It’s Now Or Never 3:39 20. Blue Hawaii (excerpt) 0:30 21. Little Sister 1:52 22. Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel 2:11 23. Help Me 2:43 24. My Way 4:03 25. Polk Salad Annie 4:08 26. Hurt (with reprise) 2:50 27. Hound Dog 2:02 28. Unchained Melody 2:36 29. Little Darlin’ 1:53 30. Can’t Help Falling In Love 1:38 31. Closing Vamp 0:21

CD 2
KALAMAZOO, MI. APRIL 26, 1977
01. Love Me 2:43 02. Fairytale (excerpt) 0:33 03. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 2:56 04. You Gave Me A Mountain 4:15 05. Jailhouse Rock 2:08 06. O Solo Mio / It’s Now Or Never 3:37 07. Big Boss Man 3:06 08. Heartbreak Hotel 1:50 09. Blue Suede Shoes 1:13 10. And I Love You So (false start / mike problems) 1:13 11. And I Love You So 3:19 12. My Way 4:17 13. Hound Dog 1:54 14. Can’t Help Falling In Love 2:19

ALEXANDRIA, LA. MARCH 30, 1977
15. Love Me 2:35 16. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 2:59 17. You Gave Me A Mountain 3:43 18. Jailhouse Rock 1:33 19. O Solo Mio / It’s Now Or Never 3:56 20. Little Sister 2:01 21. Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel 3:01 22. And I Love You So 3:22 23. Fever 3:03 24. Love Me Tender 2:40 25. Hurt 2:07 26. Hound Dog 1:53 27. Danny Boy (by Sherrill “Shaun” Nielsen) 2:33 28. Walk With Me (by Sherrill “Shaun” Nielsen) 2:13 29. Blue Suede Shoes 1:10 30. Can’t Help Falling In Love 1:42 31. Closing Vamp 0:39

NORMAN, OK. MARCH 26, 1977
32. Love Me Tender 2:26
Update March 17, 2015


Hawaiian Beach Boy - The Expanded Blue Hawaii Album I (STEREOPHONIC SOUND EDITION)

This is number 15 from the very popular THE BOOTLEG SERIES!

A 2 cd-set – 56 tracks, including masters and outtakes from the movie Blue Hawaii in stereo. Also the movie versions (never before released in this form on cd), the original orchestral music made for the movie (also previously unreleased), 2 songs from The Surfers (recorded for the movie) and 5 bonus tracks!

Also including is a 20 pages booklet.

DISC 1
THE ORIGINAL STEREO ALBUM
01. Blue Hawaii 02. Almost Always True 03. Aloha Oe 04. No More 05. Can’t Help Falling In Love 06. Rock-A-Hula Baby 07. Moonlight Swim 08. Ku-U-I-Po 09. Ito Eats 10. Slicin’ Sand 11. Hawaiian Sunset 12. Beach Boy Blues 13. Island Of Love 14. Hawaiian Wedding Song

BONUS TRACK
15. Steppin’ Out Of Line

STEREO OUTTAKES
16. Aloha Oe (take 2, 3 & 4) 17. Aloha Oe (take 5 & 7) 18. Aloha Oe (master of section 2) 19. No More (take 9) 20. Can’t Help Falling In Love (take 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5) 21. Can’t Help Falling In Love (take 6, 7 & 8) 22. Can’t Help Falling In Love (take 9) 23. Can’t Help Falling In Love (take 10, 11 & 12) 24. Can’t Help Falling In Love (take 18, 27 & 28) 25. Moonlight Swim (undubbed master with studio banter) 26. Slicin’ Sand (take 10)

MOVIE MASTER
27. Can’t Help Falling In Love (take 23 with studio banter)

DISC 2 THE MOVIE VERSIONS
01. Blue Hawaii (opening) 02. Almost Always True (sung to Joan Blackman in a car) 03. Aloha Oe (sung in a canoe) 04. No More (sung on the beach with Hawaiian friends) 05. Can’t Help Falling In Love (a special music box) 06. Rock-A-Hula Baby (sung at a party) 07. Moonlight Swim (sung in a car) 08. Ku-U-I-Po (sung at a luau) 09. Ito Eats (sung at a luau) 10. Slicin’ Sand (sung at a luau) 11. Hawaiian Sunset (sung at the Island In) 12. Beach Boy Blues (sung while in jail) 13. Island Of Love (sung during a guided tour) 14. Hawaiian Wedding Song (end title)

ORCHESTRAL MUSIC FOR THE MOVIE
15. Ecstatic romance (score) 16. Lovely you and blue Hawaii (score #1) 17. Lovely you and blue Hawaii (score #2) 18. Lovely you and blue Hawaii (score #3) 19. Hawaiian Sunset (score) 20. All about Ellie Corbett (score) 21. Moonlight Swim (score)

THE SURFERS
22. Aloha Oe (master of section 1) 23. Hawaiian Shave & A Hair Cut Guide (movie master #1) 24. Hawaiian Shave & A Hair Cut Guide (movie master #2)

BONUS TRACKS
25. Tom Moffet on the set of Blue Hawaii (interview with Elvis) 26. Special promo for German cinema’s (released in 1962) 27. Angela Lansbury talks about the movie 28. No More (demo by Don Robertson) 29. Blue Hawaii (original version by Bing Crosby - 1954)
Update March 17, 2015


Hawaiian Beach Boy - The Expanded Blue Hawaii Album II (MONOPHONIC SOUND EDITION)

Elvis One proudly presents HAWAIIAN BEACH BOY – THE EXPANDED BLUE HAWAII ALBUM II (MONOPHONIC SOUND EDITION)

This is number 16 from the very popular THE BOOTLEG SERIES!

32 tracks, including masters and outtakes from the movie Blue Hawaii in mono, including the original mono album masters.

Also including is a 12 pages booklet.

THE ORIGINAL MONO ALBUM
01. Blue Hawaii 02. Almost Always True 03. Aloha Oe 04. No More 05. Can’t Help Falling In Love 06. Rock-A-Hula Baby 07. Moonlight Swim 08. Ku-U-I-Po 09. Ito Eats 10. Slicin’ Sand 11. Hawaiian Sunset 12. Beach Boy Blues 13. Island Of Love 14. Hawaiian Wedding Song

BONUS TRACK
15. Steppin’ Out Of Line

MONO MASTERS & OUTTAKES
16. Blue Hawaii (take 1 & master) 17. Almost Always True (take 1 & master) 18. No More (take 1 & 3) 19. Can’t Help Falling In Love (master with studio banter) 20. Rock-A-Hula Baby (take 1 & 4) 21. Rock-A-Hula Baby (master with studio banter) 22. Ku-U-I-Po (take 8 & master) 23. Ito Eats (take 3, 6, 7, 8 & master) 24. Slicin’ Sand (take 15, 16 & 17) 25. Slicin’ Sand (take 18 & master) 26. Beach Boy Blues (take 1 & master) 27. Island Of Love (take 3, 5, 7, 10, 11 & 12) 28. Hawaiian Wedding Song (master with studio banter) 29. Steppin’ Out Of Line (take 1, 2, 3, 6 & 9) 30. Steppin’ Out Of Line (take 12, 13, 14 & master)

MOVIE MASTERS
31. Beach Boy Blues (take 3 with studio banter) 32. Ito Eats (tag for movie - take 1 - not used)

Update March 17, 2015


Elvis '70: Hot To Trot! & Almost Done, Folks!

Elvis '70: Hot To Trot!
From „The Rick Rennie master tapes“ Vol. 4

Coming out soon is the 4th volume of Straight Arrow's „FROM THE RICK RENNIE MASTERTAPES“ series - a double-digipak CD release, called "ELVIS ’70: HOT TO TROT!", featuring the August 20th, 1970 Las Vegas dinner and midnight shows. These recordings, last released in January 2004 by Memory records, have not been reissued since then. To achieve the best possible results, Straight Arrow worked from a direct digital transfer of the original 120 minute cassette.

Roughly a week after MGM had left town, Elvis Presley had finally settled on a format for his show that he felt comfortable with and that resonated with his Vegas audiences. He had tried out many different songs during the first two weeks of his engagement: some worked, others didn't. The shows that are included here capture a confident Elvis who at this stage clearly loved performing in Las Vegas. His powerful voice, warm stage personality & cool sense of humor really shine on these recordings, and give the listener a true sense of what it was like to see the man on stage in his prime. Elvis is clearly in his element, singing a well-balanced set that features both the cream of his recent recordings as well as solid versions of his classics. He even jams with the band on brief versions of 'Memphis Tennessee' and 'More'. As with every Straight Arrow’s upgrade, this beautifully designed double-digipack edition is limited to 500 copies. If you enjoyed our previous volumes of the „FROM THE RICK RENNIE MASTER TAPES“ series, you cannot go wrong with " ELVIS ’70: HOT TO TROT!" Ask your local dealer for samples. Newly remastered from the best possible source, these recordings are a real delight for the true Elvis aficionado!

Tracklist:
CD1 – Thursday, August 20, 1970 Dinner Show

01. Opening Vamp - 02. That's All Right - 03. I Got A Woman / Ave Maria (excerpt) - 04. Tiger Man - 05. Monologue - 06. Love Me Tender (with false start) - 07. I've Lost You - 08. I Just Can't Help Believin' - 09. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - 10. Polk Salad Annie - 11. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 12. Johnny B. Goode - 13. Introductions cont'd - 14. Introduction Of Ruth Bowen and The Rinky-Dinks - 15. The Wonder Of You - 16. Heartbreak Hotel - 17. Memphis Tennessee (one verse) - 18. One Night - 19. Blue Suede Shoes - 20. Hound Dog - 21. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 22. Suspicious Minds - 23. Can't Help Falling In Love - 24. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

CD2 – Thursday, August 20, 1970 Midnight Show

01. Orchestra Intro (ending only)/Opening Vamp - 02. That's All Right - 03. I Got A Woman / Ave Maria (excerpt) - 04. Tiger Man - 05. Playing with laughing box/Monologue - 06. Love Me Tender (with false start) - 07. I've Lost You - 08. Sweet Caroline - 09. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - 10. Polk Salad Annie - 11. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 12. Sweet Inspiration - 13. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra continues- 14. Johnny B. Goode - 15. Introductions cont'd - 16. The Wonder Of You - 17. Heartbreak Hotel - 18. Blue Suede Shoes - 19. Hound Dog - 20. More (part only) - 21. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 22. Suspicious Minds (laughing version) - 23. Can't Help Falling In Love - 24. Closing Vamp.

Almost Done, Folks!

Following the remarkable success of our earlier August/September 1973 Las Vegas season releases, Straight Arrow is pleased to announce this new 2CD set, featuring two more previously unreleased shows in topnotch audience recorded quality.

It was the final weekend of Elvis' 1973 Summer Festival, which meant that there was an extra buzz of excitement in and around the Las Vegas Hilton on Saturday 1st September. Elvis pleased his audience with strong renditions of „Steamroller Blues“, „You Gave Me A Mountain“ and „Trouble“. "Bridge Over Troubled Water“ was given the respect it deserved - especially during the Midnight show, when Elvis wasn't satisfied with his rendition and repeated most of the song. He said that when he did something, he liked to get the sound right. Elvis treated fans to his emotive new song, „My Boy“ - a song which was not recorded in studio until December '73. Since Presley Senior was in the audience, Elvis sang one of his father's favourite songs, „The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face“. The grand finale of both concerts was powerhouse „How Great Thou Art“ - with reprised ending. The September 1, 1973 D/S and M/S are previously unreleased. Both shows are taken from 1st generation copies of original audience recorded cassettes, made back in the 70s by English super-fan and collector Rex Martin. Every second was digitally restored, every click manually removed, every drop-out fixed to achieve optimal listening pleasure. Ask your local dealer for samples to judge for yourself! Double digipak is filled with (some previously unpublished!) August 1973 photographs and an eye-witness text written by an English fan, who was there!

Tracklist:
CD1 - Saturday, September 1, 1973 Dinner Show

01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Steamroller Blues - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. Trouble - 08. Medley: Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Your Mama Don't Dance / Flip Flop And Fly / Hound Dog - 09. Love Me Tender - 10. Fever - 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 12. Suspicious Minds - 13. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 14. My Boy - 15. I Can’t Stop Loving You - 16. An American Trilogy - 17. Introduction of Vernon Presley - 18. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - 19. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) - 20. Can’t Help Falling In Love - 21. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

CD2 - Saturday, September 1, 1973 Midnight Show

01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. Love Me - 04. I Got A Woman / Amen - 05. Steamroller Blues - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. Trouble - 08. Medley: Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Your Mama Don't Dance / Flip Flop And Fly / Hound Dog - 09. Love Me Tender - 10. Fever - 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water (with reprise) - 12. Suspicious Minds - 13. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 14. Name-check of group of English fans in audience - 15. Release Me - 16. An American Trilogy - 17. Introduction of Linda Thompson and Vernon Presley - 18. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - 19. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) - 20. Can’t Help Falling In Love - 21. Closing Vamp / Announcements.
Updated March 9, 2015



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Shaking Them Up

The forthcoming release from the "SR" label is titled "Shaking Them Up " and will feature the unreleased show from Jacksonville April 16, 1972 as.

As everybody knows SR concentrates it's work on early 70's live period of Elvis' activity, trying to produce always unreleased shows with Elvis at the top of his possibilities. With the new release, we are proud to present the complete show from April 16th afternoon show, a rare show from a the first tour of the 1972, known well from the Elvis on Tour documentary... Elvis' love of singing is clear in this tape and we are glad to give you the opportunity to listen to it.
After the emotionally breakdown of Vegas winter season where personal problems have blended with music and subsequent depression, Elvis starts the first of the three tours of the year with the will to give his best. The April tour 19 concerts in 15 days will be filmed from the MGM documentary Elvis in Tour and still present Elvis’ at the top of his possibility, the repertoire of the tour is an extension of the Vegas February season with the only inclusion of For The good times and Burning in love coming for his recording March sessions . The man looks pale in front the cameras and no in his best looking although in terrific shape, however in no way is possible to compare him with previous November 1971 tour.

Talking about the show , the show is solid and rough no too long considering a tour concert, we have 53 minutes only, but Elvis worked hard performing 18 songs, including his new single “An American Trilogy.” together his classic best repertoire of Vegas.. Talking of highlight of the show, we can agree with the Florida-Times review, the physical performance of Suspicious minds is surely the best moment of the show…...

This recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is very good considering the early Tour. The sound was restored in matter to remove the background noise and preserving Elvis’ voice and trying to achieve best possible results. We have spent hours in the studio over the digital restoration of the sound, to give you the chance to hear it with pleasure.

This new CD will come with the classic of deluxe Digipack four panels, containing a collection of live photographs from the actual show .

Tracks:

01. 2001 Theme 02.See See Rider 03.Proud Mary 04.Never Been To Spain 05.You Gave Me A Mountain 06.Until It’s Time For You To Go 07.Polk Salad Annie 08.Love Me 09.All Shook Up 10.Teddy Bear /Don’t Be Cruel 11.Heartbreak Hotel 12.Hound Dog 13.How Great Thou Art 14.I Can’t Stop Loving You 15.Suspicious Minds 16.Band Introductions 17.For The Good Times 18.An American Trilogy 19.Funny How Time Slips Away 20.Can’t Help Falling In Love21.Closing Vamp
Time 53.00 min
Update February 22, 2015


The Essential Undubbed Masters & Good 'n' Country

For the first time the most essential undubbed recordings. All edited to full versions, without the studio banter of false starts. All tracks are unreleased in this form. The pure highclass Elvis sound !

The Essential Undubbed Masters

SUSPICIOUS MINDS DON’T CRY DADDY IT KEEP RIGHT ON A HURTIN’ IN THE GHETTO I REALLY DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHEN I’M OVER YOU I WASHED MY HANDS IN MUDDY WATER THE FOOL I’LL TAKE YOU HOME AGAIN KATHLEEN FOR THE GOOD TIMES SEPARATE WAYS BURNING LOVE ALWAYS ON MY MIND FIND OUT WHAT’S HAPPENING LOVING ARMS GOOD TIME CHARLIE’S GOT THE BLUES IF YOU TALK IN YOUR SLEEP PROMISED LAND WAY DOWN MOODY BLUE

Good 'n' Country

A sublime late 60’s and 70’s country album, full of rare versions, live recordings and outtakes. All tracks are unreleased in this form. If you ever decide to buy an Elvis country compilation album, this the one for you !!

I WAS BORN ABOUT 10.000 YEARS AGO ( unedited master ) IT AIN’T NO BIG THING ( take 6 ) FADED LOVE ( brass and strings overdub master ) MAKE THE WORLD GO AWAY ( take 3 ) SNOWBIRD ( harmony vocal overdub ) PIECES OF MY LIFE ( alternate mix ) THE FOOL ( undubbed master ) WELCOME TO MY WORLD ( recorded live, differend mix ) UNTIL IT’S TIME FOR YOU TO GO ( take 6 ) EARLY MORNING RAIN ( take 11 ) LITTLE CABIN ON THE HILL ( unedited master ) GREEN GREEN GRASS OF HOME ( take 3 ) THERE’S A HONKY TONK ANGEL ( take 1 ) SUSAN WHEN SHE TRIED ( take 2 ) IF I’M A FOOL FOR LOVING YOU ( take 3 ) IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW ( rough undubbed live master ) TALK ABOUT THE GOOD TIMES ( take 3 ) I’LL BE THERE ( take 6, improved sound ) IT’S A MATTER OF TIME ( brass and strings overdub master ) FOR THE GOOD TIMES ( undubbed alternate master )

DIGIPACK CD RELEASES, WITH RARE FULL COLOR PICTURES !!
Update February 14, 2015


Uniondale Hysteria

Out now is on the MxF label the first volume of a trilogy dedicated to Elvis’ historical performance at Uniondale Nassau Coliseum. This first cd is entitled UNIONDALE HYSTERIA, featuring the Uniondale, June 22, 1973 8.00 PM Show.

The June Tour represent the second and last tour of the year, Elvis on tour means Elvis at the top of his possibilities. Uniondale is the third step of the tour, in the Nassau coliseum Elvis performs four shows in three days. The show here presented is the first one…The begin of the 1973 presents an Elvis still at the top, no more a rocking singer, He deliveries with enthusiasm the classic repertoire post-72 …...The year was begun with the glorious Hawaii TV satellite Show and after a pale useless Vegas season, Elvis recuperated from the fatigue, started the first tour of the year in a different mood … the second tour is even better with our man very energetic on stage, full of enthusiasm he sings with power delivering a solid and long show, with the classic repertoire of the 1973 including a incredible “Steaming rolling blues” version, together a sensitive I’ll Remember you and nice super pop I’m Leaving….. together the three classic Bridge Over Troubled Water, Suspicious Minds and American Trilogy. On stage is an impressive figure in the Pharoo jumpsuit, the rocker attitude still intact, the voice great, the atmosphere enormous, the demand terrific, 16.500 lucky people attended at the show.

The show is unreleased and complete, here we present the show directly from a first generation copy of a privately-recorded 60-minute cassette. The sound was restored trying to remove the background noise trying to let intact the feeling of the concert and overall your listening pleasure. The sound quality here is good, considering it was taped from the audience in a big hall. Elvis and overall the band is loud and clear, the sounds is very powerful in very good balanced mix the audience is never too intrusive giving instead the real feeling of the concert.

Like its predecessors, this new release will be presented in a beautiful four panels digipack with a collection of photos taken during show. As bonus the first 100 copies will come with a 12x12 card, represent a memorabilia flyer of the Uniondale. All the photos & memorabilia & newspaper clips come from the Steve Rino & Bob Rush book, Elvis June 1973 tour.

The recording is in good quality and the superb show give to Uniondale Hysteria the status of UNIQUE.

Don’t miss it!!!!

Track list:

As recorded live at Nassau Coliseum, June 22, 1973 8.00 PM

01. 2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman/Amen 04. Love Me Tender 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. Love Me 08. Blue Suede Shoes 09. Rock Medley 10. I’m Leavin 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water 12. Fever 13. What Now My Love 14. Suspicious Minds 15. Band Introductions 16. I’ll Remember You 17. I Can’t Stop Loving You 18. An American Trilogy 19. A Big Hunk Of Love 20. Can’t Help Falling In Love 21. Closing Vamp
CD time about 55.00 min
Update February 3, 2015


Moving Forward Out Now

Out now is the release from the "SR" label is titled "Moving Forward" and features the unreleased show from Las Vegas February 22, 1970 ds.

As everybody knows SR concentrates it's work on early 70's live period of Elvis' activity, trying to produce always unreleased shows with Elvis at the top of his possibilities. With the new release, we are proud to present the complete show from February 22th dinner show,a rare show from a Vegas winter season always poor of official and unofficial releases.. Elvis' love of singing is clear in this tape and we are glad to give you the opportunity to listen to it. The Vegas second season allows Elvis, after paying his debt to the golden past in the ’69 season, to demonstrate his true abilities. We see the best of Elvis in songs that will become the fulcrum of the Elvis show until 1972.The midnight show from February 22th, represents very well the shows of the season, the absence of mostly of the classic repertoire from the golden era, as newspaper noted make to think that Elvis is moving toward a more contemporary repertoire… …The combination of all his latest four singles with the new songs although covers, give to listener something unique that unfortunately will be no repeated in the future.. at least with this intensity.. yes we are talking about covers but Elvis still has the ability to take a song and turn it in HIS song…Polk Salad Annie or See See Rider are the perfect example.

Talking about the show , the show is solid and rough no too long the classic 60 minutes of pure energy , Elvis worked hard performing 14 songs, including his new single “Kentucky Rain.” together the best repertoire of the season. Talking about best songs is always hard overall in this kind of show where all the songs are very well performed, however surely we appreciated the incredible Walk a Mile in My Shoes/In the Ghetto medley.

This recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is good considering the early season. The sound was restored in a studio to achieve best possible results. We have spent hours in the studio over the digital restoration of the sound, to achieve the best possible results and to give you the chance to hear it with pleasure.

This new CD will come with the classic of deluxe Digipack four panels, containing a collection of live photographs from the Season + newspaper clip .

Tracks:
01. All Shook Up. 02. I Got A Woman. 03.Long Tall Sally. 04. Don’t Cry Daddy. 05. Hound Dog. 06. Love Me Tender (+ 1 false start). 07. Kentucky Rain. 08. Let It Be Me (+ 1 false start). 09. I Can’t Stop Loving You. 10. Walk A Mile In My Shoes / In The Ghetto. 11. Sweet Caroline. 12. Polk Salad Annie. 13 Band Introductions. 14. Suspicious Minds. 15. Can’t Help Falling In Love.
Time 57.00 min
Update January 31, 2015



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Uniondale Hysteria

The MxF label will release soon the first volume of a trilogy dedicated to Elvis’ historical performance at Uniondale Nassau Coliseum. This first cd is entitled UNIONDALE HYSTERIA, featuring the Uniondale, June 22, 1973 8.00 PM Show.

The June Tour represent the second and last tour of the year, Elvis on tour means Elvis at the top of his possibilities. Uniondale is the third step of the tour, in the Nassau coliseum Elvis performs four shows in three days. The show here presented is the first one…The begin of the 1973 presents an Elvis still at the top, no more a rocking singer, He deliveries with enthusiasm the classic repertoire post-72 …...The year was begun with the glorious Hawaii TV satellite Show and after a pale useless Vegas season, Elvis recuperated from the fatigue, started the first tour of the year in a different mood … the second tour is even better with our man very energetic on stage, full of enthusiasm he sings with power delivering a solid and long show, with the classic repertoire of the 1973 including a incredible “Steaming rolling blues” version, together a sensitive I’ll Remember you and nice super pop I’m Leaving….. together the three classic Bridge Over Troubled Water, Suspicious Minds and American Trilogy. On stage is an impressive figure in the Pharoo jumpsuit, the rocker attitude still intact, the voice great, the atmosphere enormous, the demand terrific, 16.500 lucky people attended at the show.

The show is unreleased and complete, here we present the show directly from a first generation copy of a privately-recorded 60-minute cassette. The sound was restored trying to remove the background noise trying to let intact the feeling of the concert and overall your listening pleasure. The sound quality here is good, considering it was taped from the audience in a big hall. Elvis and overall the band is loud and clear, the sounds is very powerful in very good balanced mix the audience is never too intrusive giving instead the real feeling of the concert.

Like its predecessors, this new release will be presented in a beautiful four panels digipack with a collection of photos taken during show. As bonus the first 100 copies will come with a 12x12 card, represent a memorabilia flyer of the Uniondale. All the photos & memorabilia & newspaper clips come from the Steve Rino & Bob Rush book, Elvis June 1973 tour.

The recording is in good quality and the superb show give to Uniondale Hysteria the status of UNIQUE.

Don’t miss it!!!!

Track list:

As recorded live at Nassau Coliseum, June 22, 1973 8.00 PM

01. 2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman/Amen 04. Love Me Tender 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. Love Me 08. Blue Suede Shoes 09. Rock Medley 10. I’m Leavin 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water 12. Fever 13. What Now My Love 14. Suspicious Minds 15. Band Introductions 16. I’ll Remember You 17. I Can’t Stop Loving You 18. An American Trilogy 19. A Big Hunk Of Love 20. Can’t Help Falling In Love 21. Closing Vamp
CD time about 55.00 min
Update January 17, 2015


The Last farewell

5 cd’s in a pewter box set. + book of 80 pages (28 by 28 cm) with unseen photo’s, never published before. The complete masters and outtakes from the last Graceland sessions.
Superb Sound Quality, better than ever was thought possible. The best there is!
Limited to 1000 copies.
Release date end of February.
Update January 17, 2015

Doin’ The Best I Can

Coming out soon on Straight Arrow is the 2CD set „DOIN‘ THE BEST I CAN”, featuring two shows recorded on February 16. Most Elvis experts agree that the „post Aloha“ winter engagement was his weakest up to that point. Perhaps his inner turmoils played a role, but a rather severe throat infection most definitely did. It was so serious that midnight shows on Feb. 13, 14 and 15 ended up getting cancelled and dinner shows were performed against doctors advice. At some of the shows it was clear that the infection seriously hampered his ability to sing. Still, being the professional that he was, he tried to do the best he could. This is also what you will hear on the previously unreleased concerts from this engagement on this new Straight Arrow release. Presented in truly excellent audience-recorded audio, they give us interesting insights of Elvis at work under trying circumstances. His voice is not at its best here, his condition prevents him from firing on all cylinders, but still he’s giving solid and professional shows. And that’s one element that certainly deserves to be acknowledged more than it is today.

The February 16, 1973 concerts are taken directly from original „booth recorded tapes.“ The Feb. 16, 1973 D/S was previously released („A DINNER AT THE HILTON“, 2007 and „I'M A STEAMROLLER BABY“, 2008) from an inferior audience recorded source. These CD have nothing to do with Straight Arrow’s excellent „booth tape“ version! The Feb. 16 1973 M/S is a completely new show, even for die-hard Elvis fans. It has never been in circulation - in any form! These tapes were rediscovered recently and we believe that you will agree with us that this is another great find. A real must - not just for the hardcore collector. Another quality Straight Arrow release! Tracklist:

CD1 - Friday, February 16, 1973 Dinner Show
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me Tender - 05. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - 06. Steamroller Blues - 07. You Gave Me A Mountain - 08. Fever - 09. Love Me - 10. Blue Suede Shoes - 11. Hound Dog - 12. Johnny B. Goode - 13. What Now My Love - 14. Suspicious Minds - 15. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 16. Introduction of Johnny Tillotson - 17. I Can’t Stop Loving You - 18. An American Trilogy - 19. Can't Help Falling In Love - 20. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

CD2 - Friday, February 16, 1973 Midnight Show
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me Tender (with false start) - 05. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - 06. Steamroller Blues - 07. You Gave Me A Mountain - 08. Fever - 09. Love Me - 10. Blue Suede Shoes - 11. Johnny B. Goode - 12. Hound Dog - 13. What Now My Love - 14. Suspicious Minds - 15. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 16. Introduction of Paul Anka - 17. I Can’t Stop Loving You - 18. An American Trilogy - 19. Can't Help Falling In Love - 20. Closing Vamp / Announcements.
Update January 17, 2015


Loose As A Goose!

Coming out soon is the new Straight Arrow's double-digipak CD release, called "LOOSE AS A GOOSE!", featuring the August 19th, 1970 Las Vegas dinner and midnight shows. These recordings were first released in 1998 („DOUBLE DYNAMITE“ set) and were never re-released - until now.
17 years have passed, and it is the right time for the ultimate release of these special recordings.

To call this new Straight Arrow release „a nice upgrade“ would be like calling the Mona Lisa an „okay“ painting! The label was able to retrieve the first generation Rick Rennie cassettes from the August 19, 1970 dinner & midnight shows (the originals are lost) and then carefully enhanced every second on the tapes. As it turns out, that earlier release of these two show was edited, so this new SA release presents Rick's 1st generations tapes in their complete form for the very first time. To give you an example, the dinner show on „DOUBLE DYNAMITE“ was about 45 mins; now it‘s 56 mins!

Still, one edit remains in the DS recording, the one made by the late Rick Rennie originally. Rick told us about 10 years ago that ‘Love Me Tender’ just went on and on, with Elvis being mostly preoccupied with entertaining a few lucky ladies in the front rows. This went on for almost 15 minutes, and all around him Rick could hear people starting to "boo" Elvis. He felt embarrassed about this moment and edited it from the tape. Interestingly, the label on the tape reads: "Elvis - the booed show. Edited." Even though Elvis’ performance on this night was quite strong overall, you can hear in parts that Rick’s account rings true. Elvis’ off-color jokes receive only polite applause, if even that, and during ‘Polk Salad Annie’, he accidentally falls flat on his face!

But make no mistake about it, even these moments cannot distract from the pure dynamite of Elvis’ vocals & showmanship at the time. Especially on the newer stuff he sings at full throttle. The midnight show is even better: it’s 70 action-packed minutes of Presley at his mightiest, rockinest, lovinest… It’s „Elvis 1970“, and that really says it all for the true fan & connoisseur. Even moreso than the TTWII recordings, these tapes give us a unique insight into Elvis performing live in his element & at the peak of his considerable powers. At the same time, these recordings are significant because they give us the first glimpses of what was to come…

As with every Straight Arrow’s „upgrade“, this beautifully designed double-digipack edition is limited to 500 copies. If you enjoyed „A NEW DECADE, A NEW SOUND“ and „LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE IN PORTLAND“, you will definitely not be disappointed by "LOOSE AS A GOOSE!". These shows never sounded better! Elvis never sounded better!

Tracklist:
CD1
01. Orchestra Intro - 02. Opening Vamp - 03. Tiger Man - 04. I Got A Woman (with false start)/Ave Maria (excerpt) - 05. Monologue - 06. Love Me Tender (false start only) - 07. I've Lost You - 08. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - 09. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - 10. Polk Salad Annie - 11. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 12. The Wonder Of You - 13. Heartbreak Hotel (with 4 false starts) - 14. One Night - 15. Blue Suede Shoes - 16. Along Came Jones (excerpt) - 17. Hound Dog - 18. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 19. Suspicious Minds - 20. Can't Help Falling In Love.

CD2
01. Orchestra Intro - 02. Opening Vamp - 03. That's All Right - 04. I Got A Woman - 05. Tiger Man - 06. I Walk The Line (excerpt) / Monologue - 07. Love Me Tender - 08. Instrumental intermezzo #1 - 09. I've Lost You - 10. I Just Can't Help Believin' - 11. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - 12. Polk Salad Annie - 13. Instrumental intermezzo #2 - 14. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 15. Johnny B. Goode - 16. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra continues - 17. The Wonder Of You - 18. Heartbreak Hotel - 19. One Night - 20. All Shook Up - 21. Blue Suede Shoes - 22. Hound Dog - 23. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 24. Suspicious Minds - 25. Can't Help Falling In Love - 26. Closing Vamp.
Update January 14, 2015


Moving Forward

The forthcoming release from the "SR" label is titled "Moving Forward" and will feature the unreleased show from Las Vegas February 22, 1970 ds.

As everybody knows SR concentrates it's work on early 70's live period of Elvis' activity, trying to produce always unreleased shows with Elvis at the top of his possibilities. With the new release, we are proud to present the complete show from February 22th dinner show,a rare show from a Vegas winter season always poor of official and unofficial releases.. Elvis' love of singing is clear in this tape and we are glad to give you the opportunity to listen to it. The Vegas second season allows Elvis, after paying his debt to the golden past in the ’69 season, to demonstrate his true abilities. We see the best of Elvis in songs that will become the fulcrum of the Elvis show until 1972.The midnight show from February 22th, represents very well the shows of the season, the absence of mostly of the classic repertoire from the golden era, as newspaper noted make to think that Elvis is moving toward a more contemporary repertoire… …The combination of all his latest four singles with the new songs although covers, give to listener something unique that unfortunately will be no repeated in the future.. at least with this intensity.. yes we are talking about covers but Elvis still has the ability to take a song and turn it in HIS song…Polk Salad Annie or See See Rider are the perfect example.

Talking about the show , the show is solid and rough no too long the classic 60 minutes of pure energy , Elvis worked hard performing 14 songs, including his new single “Kentucky Rain.” together the best repertoire of the season. Talking about best songs is always hard overall in this kind of show where all the songs are very well performed, however surely we appreciated the incredible Walk a Mile in My Shoes/In the Ghetto medley.

This recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is good considering the early season. The sound was restored in a studio to achieve best possible results. We have spent hours in the studio over the digital restoration of the sound, to achieve the best possible results and to give you the chance to hear it with pleasure.

This new CD will come with the classic of deluxe Digipack four panels, containing a collection of live photographs from the Season + newspaper clip .

Tracks:
01. All Shook Up. 02. I Got A Woman. 03.Long Tall Sally. 04. Don’t Cry Daddy. 05. Hound Dog. 06. Love Me Tender (+ 1 false start). 07. Kentucky Rain. 08. Let It Be Me (+ 1 false start). 09. I Can’t Stop Loving You. 10. Walk A Mile In My Shoes / In The Ghetto. 11. Sweet Caroline. 12. Polk Salad Annie. 13 Band Introductions. 14. Suspicious Minds. 15. Can’t Help Falling In Love.
Time 57.00 min
Update January 10, 2015


Elvis: City of Angels

In January 2015, Audionics will release something special. Called „ELVIS: CITY OF ANGELS“ (Audionics 2015-01-2), this release consists of a 120-page hardback book & two CDs, featuring both shows which Elvis performed on May 11th, 1974 at The Forum (Inglewood) in Los Angeles, CA. Audionics is aware that these shows were released before (by the Graceland Records label, 2007 and official Sony/FTD label, 2007). To bring out the ultimate sound quality, Audionics worked with direct transfers of the original mastertapes.

Compared with its previous release, the evening show is vastly superior in sound. It was not taken from the same compact cassette source you have heard on the FTD soundboard release 'Live In L. A.', but comes from an original reel-to-reel soundboard tape transfer! The sound difference is like night & day. The afternoon show has much improved sound too, coming from the original audience recorded mastertape. The sound (although not excellent) is clearer than before and most of the (disturbing) distortion is gone. In recent years, some younger fans claimed that Elvis' performances in LA were mediocre. Nevertheless, fans who were present always mentioned these were "kick-ass performances". It's worth mentioning that these shows were attended by a few members of the hard-rock band 'Led Zeppelin' as well as by Bill Wyman, bass player from The Rolling Stones.

The 120-page book is filled with many brand new photos of great quality (both b/w and colour) and what’s most important, more than 120 images have never before been published anywhere!This special audiovisual set will mark the ultimate release of Elvis Presley's live appearances at the Los Angeles in May ’74. Every second was digitally restored to achieve the best possible result. This is the first-ever Audionics real audio-visual presentation. It’s a special set which deserves a place in any serious Elvis collection!

CD1 - 11.05.1974 2:30 PM:
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Tryin' To Get To You - 06. All Shook Up - 07. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 08. Love Me Tender - 09. You Can Have Her - 10. Steamroller Blues - 11. Hound Dog - 12. Fever - 13. Polk Salad Annie - 14. Why Me Lord - 15. Suspicious Minds - 16. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 17. I Can't Stop Loving You - 18. Help Me - 19. An American Trilogy - 20. Let Me Be There (with reprise) - 21. Funny How Time Slips Away - 22. Big Boss Man - 23. Can't Help Falling In Love - 24. Closing Vamp / Announcements

CD2 - 11.05.1974 8:30 PM:
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me (with reprise) - 05. Trying To Get To You - 06. All Shook Up - 07. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 08. Love Me Tender - 09. Steamroller Blues - 10. Hound Dog - 11. Fever - 12. Polk Salad Annie - 13. Why Me Lord - 14. Suspicious Minds - 15. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 16. I Can't Stop Loving You - 17. Help Me - 18. An American Trilogy - 19. Let Me Be There (with reprise) - 20. Funny How Time Slips Away - 21. Big Boss Man - 22. Can‘t Help Falling In Love - 23. Closing Vamp / Announcements
Tracks 21-23 were recorded on May 10th, 1974 in Swing auditorium, San Bernardino, CA, 8:30 PM
Bonus:
23. Robert Plant talks about meeting Elvis - 24. Big Boss Man - 25. Can‘t Help Falling In Love - 26. Closing Vamp / Announcements
Tracks 24-26 were recorded from audience on May 11th, 1974 E/S and they are used for historical reason.
Update December 17, 2014


Hard Knocks

Venus Productions is proud to present a new CD with more than 70 minutes of Elvis in the ‘60s!
As a follow-up to our respected “Unedited Masters Series” we’re offering you 14 unreleased takes in the well known Venus sound quality on these ‘60s movie songs. This will be a great addition to your Elvis collection.
ENJOY!
Tracks :
1 Easy Come, Easy Go,Take 10 - 2 I'll take Love, Takes 1-2A and take 3 * - 3 Sing You Children, Takes 18-20 * (take 20 take call only) - 4 She's A Machine, Take 14 * - 5 She's A Machine, Take 15 (master - record version) – 6 The Love Machine, Take 13 - 7 The Love Machine , Take 14 (master - movie version) – 8 Yoga Is As Yoga Does, Take 1 * - 9 Yoga Is As Yoga Does, Take 2 * - 10 Yoga Is As Yoga Does, Take 3 * - 11 Yoga Is As Yoga Does, Take 4 * - 12 Hard Knocks, Take 11 Master – 13 Little Egypt , Take 21 (Master - movie version) – 14 It's A Wonderful World, Take 17 * Track only - 15 Mexico, Takes 1-2 – 16 Marguerita, Takes 7*, 6 - 17 The Bullfighter Was A Lady, Take 10 (remake) - 18 Wisdom Of The Ages, Take 4 * - 19 Wisdom Of The Ages, Take 5 (Master) - 20 Kismet, Takes 1-2 - 21 Kismet, Takes 3*, 4*, 5 (Master) - 22 Hey Little Girl, Takes 1-2 - 23 Shake That Tambourine, Takes 14 * - 24 Shake That Tambourine, Takes 15*, 17,18,19, 20, 16 – 25 What I'd Say, Takes 1,2 – 26 What I'd Say, Take 3 * - 27 What I'd Say, Take 4 (Master)
* unreleased

You always thought that all movie soundtracks sounded bad?
Taken from the original tapes, these recordings will prove you wrong!
Update December 16, 2014

MEET ME…AT DEL WEBB'S SAHARA TAHOE!

Coming out before holiday season is the final Straight Arrow's single-digipack release of 2014 - "MEET ME… AT DEL WEBB’S SAHARA TAHOE!", featuring May 26th, 1974 Midnight show. While Elvis was alive, many fans dreamt of a chance to meet the man. The best chance that people had to meet him was at the Sahara in Lake Tahoe, where the intimacy of the showroom gave Elvis the possibility to interact with his fans ‘upclose and personal’. Those that were lucky enough to witness the star during one of his shows there in May ’74, witnessed a charismatic performer in full control of his art and his audience.

Originally, the May 26th Midnight was supposed to be closing show of the season, but due to the huge demand, special 3am show on May 27th was added. The show on this release is a real audience pleaser, as he flirts with the girls on the frontrow and sings all the 1974 show favorites with verve. This is a rather good audience recording that gives you a frontrow perspective of this delightful performance. Ask your local dealer for samples! The May 26th, 1974 M/S is a completely new concert even for die-hard Elvis fans. It has never been in circulation - in any form. The so called „May 26th, 1974 M/S“ audience recording available on tape/CDR is wrongly dated!

"MEET ME… AT DEL WEBB’S SAHARA TAHOE!" is taken from a first generation copy of an original audience recorded cassette, obtained from a collector in the US and the date was verified through several very credible sources. Every second was digitally restored to achieve optimal listening pleasure. Straight Arrow is taking the opportunity to thank Elvis Presley fans all over the World for their loyalty and continual support. We are doing the best to deliver you interesting collectors releases in good sound and eye catching packaging. We are always looking for previously unknown concert recordings or superior sounding versions, compared to what is available on tapes/CDRs/old CDs. The year 2015 is a special anniversary for us - it marks 10 years since our initial CD release titled „PIECES OF MY LIFE“. We promise you several surprising releases for 2015 – so stay tuned! The Straight Arrow team would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and prosperous, Happy New Year!

Tracklist:
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Tryin' To Get To You - 06. All Shook Up - 07. Hound Dog - 08. Fever - 09. Polk Salad Annie - 10. Why Me Lord (with reprise) - 11. Suspicious Minds - 12. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 13. I Can’t Stop Loving You (with false start) - 14. Help Me - 15. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 16. Let Me Be There - 17. Big Boss Man - 18. The Wonder Of You - 19. Can’t Help Falling In Love - 21. Closing Vamp / Announcements.
Update December 4, 2014


Still Crazy After All These Years!

The touchdown label has chosen the July 22nd 1975 show from Asheville for their next release. Many fans know, that the tour with which Elvis stopped for 3 days also in Asheville just made the best tours Elvis in his career. It is also the tour where he for the last time gave still really energetic shows, then he never again approached completely these great concerts. The Asheville shows fascinate by some rare songs and were always to the favored shows among the fans. The show from July 22, 1975 had not appeared up to now on Silver Disc and has been preserved up to now like also the other concerts of this tour, unfortunately, only than Audience admission. Rare songs are outstanding in this show like "Memphis Tennessee", or "Shake A Hand", both completely, and the only known live version from "Why Me Lord" with which Elvis also takes over the part of J.D.Sumner and joins in the singing not as usual only the refrain. The whole show is stamped by a fantastic set list. The Fans, who also have Audience admissions of the King with pleasure have in the collection, will be inspired.

CD 1
1. Also Sprach Zarathustra - 0,55 2. See See Rider – 3,33 3. I Got A Woman / Amen – 9,28 4. Monologue – 0,52 5. Big Boss Man – 3,16 6. Monologue – 0,21 7. Why Me Lord – 2,44 8. Havin´ Fun With The Band – 2,47 9. Love Me – 3,25 10. If You love Me (Let Me Know) – 2,49 11. Elvis About His Album `Today´ - 0,36 12. Looking For The `C´Cord – 0,42 13. Shake A Hand – 3,12 14. All Shook Up – 1,03 15. Teddy Bear/Don´t Be Cruel – 2,16 16. Hound Dog – 2,06 17. The Wonder Of You – 1,37 18. Elvis Jokes About The `Creepin Crud´ - 3,32 19. Memphis Tennessee – 2,07

CD 2
1. Funny How Time Slips Away – 3,16 2. Polk Salad Annie (sl.incompl.) – 3,26 3. Introductions Pt.1 by J.D.Sumner – 1,14 4. Johnny B. Goode by James Burton – 0,37 5. Drum Solo by Ronnie Tutt – 1,30 6. Bass Solo by Jerry Scheff – 1,29 7. Piano Solo by Glen D. Hardin – 1,01 8. Introductions Pt.2 by J.D. Sumner – 1,24 9. School Days – 0,52 10. T-R-O-U-B-L-E – 3,51 11. Bathroom Explanation – 0,43 12. It´s Now Or Never – 2,29 13. You Don´t Have To Say You Love Me – 2,04 14. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) – 4,40 15. Burning Love – 2,34 16. Audience Talk – 0,50 17. Let Me Be There – 2,34 18. Heartbreak Hotel – 1,46 19. Little Darlin´- 1,58 20. Mystery Train/Tiger Man – 2,29 21. Present To J.D.Sumner – 1,48 22. Can´t Help Falling In Love – 1,55
Update December 2, 2014


Magnetic As Ever

The MxF label will release soon the second volume of “Wild Tiger in Concert'' entitled MAGNETIC AS EVER, featuring the Spokane, April 28, 1973 8.00 PM Show.

The April Tour represent the first tour of the year, Elvis on tour means Elvis at the top of his possibilities. The 1973 is still a rocking Elvis, but without doubt is the year when all the demons come to the surface, maybe everything has to change to remain the same…...The year was begun with the glorious Hawaii TV satellite Show and after a pale useless Vegas season, Elvis recuperated from the fatigue, started the first tour of the year in a different mood … very energetic on stage, full of enthusiasm he sings with power delivering a solid and long show, with the classic repertoire of the 1973 including a incredible “Steaming rolling blues” version, together a sensitive I’ll Remember you and nice super pop I’m Leaving….. On stage is an impressive figure in Fire jumpsuit, the rocker attitude still intact, the voice great, the atmosphere enormous, the demand terrific, 13.000 lucky people attended at the two shows of Spokane.

The show is unreleased almost complete, Johnny B.Goode is missing for the half.. Here we present the show directly from a first generation copy of a privately-recorded 60-minute cassette. The sound was painstakingly restored for your listening pleasure. The sound quality here is incredible good, considering it was taped from the audience. Elvis and overall the band is loud and clear, the sounds is very powerful in very good balanced mix with some great James Burton’ guitar solos, the audience is never too intrusive giving instead the real feeling of the concert.

Like its predecessors, this new release will be presented in a beautiful four panels digipack with a collection of photos taken during the afternoon show. As bonus the first 500 copies will come with a Christmas Card 12x12 cm.
The recording excellent quality and the superb show give to Magnetic As Ever the status of UNIQUE.
Don’t miss it!!!! Track list:

As recorded live at Spokane Coliseum, April 28, 1973 8.00 PM
01. 2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 04. Love Me Tender 05. You Gave Me A Mountain 06. Steamroller Blues 07. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 08. Love Me 09. Blue Suede Shoes 10. Heartbreak Hotel 11. Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel 12. Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On 13. I’m Leaving 14. Johnny B .Goode ( incomplete ) 15. Hound Dog 16. Fever 17. What Now My Love 18. Suspicious Minds 19. Band Introductions 20. I’ll Remember You 21. I Can’t Stop Loving You 22. An American Trilogy 23. A Big Hunk Of Love 24. Can’t Help Falling In Love/ Closing Vamp
CD time about 60.00 min
Update November 26, 2014


Out Now - 14000 Fans Can’t Be Wrong!

Out now on the VV label is their sixth release entitled "14000 fans Can’t be wrong!" featuring the UNRELEASED complete live audience recording on September 13th 1970 8.30 PM show From Tampa, Florida.. The vinyl will be accompanied from a deluxe digipack cd including the Show plus the almost previous day show from Miami + a bonus glossy PHOTO . After the success of our previous releases We decided: to give you more.….. so we decided to not only bring you an UNRELEASED show with best audio possible , but also an expanded cd in deluxe digipack with practically two shows!!!

“14000 fans can’t be wrong!!!” wants to give you a unique perspective of the man and his music during his first tour in 1970.. This will be the first STEP of a wider project, in fact the producers’ intention is to accompanied this first volume with other unreleased show from Elvis’ 1970 first tour…

Elvis ‘ first tour comes almost immediately after the third Las Vegas season, maybe too soon to give Elvis time to recuperate…from a long and we suspect boring month of concerts in Vegas. The tour was a 8 concerts in 6 different cities. It was a modest tour considering Elvis’ popularity , in fact all the date were an immediately sold out with a wild reaction from the audience. Elvis looked great at the top of his possibility, performing a solid and maybe too short show with the best of the repertoire of the previous month in Vegas with no new songs added.

About the Show, Elvis’ sang the two best singles from the 1969 sessions + plus his last one from the 1970 sessions…I’ve Lost You maybe for the moderate success only, won’t be performed anymore after this tour..In the Ghetto will follow the same destiny …. Talking about of the best song, all the songs a very well performed although sometime no too seriously, overall in the case of a serious one like In The Ghetto…however in “The new song” I’ve Lost You and You’ve Lost the Loving Feeling we find Elvis at his best… In the cd we include together the Tampa show also 30 minutes of Miami Evening show, giving to the listen a wider spectrum about Elvis’ first tour. The Miami show was already released but we have in our hands a straight copy from the original tape, so we decide to add the highlights of the show to complete the bonus cd in the matter to delivery 80 MINUTES OF music.

Both the recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is very good considering the early tour. We have on our hands the original mono tape of extremely good quality enabling us to carry out simple re-mastering work, concentrating on the reduction of noise trying to achieve a more clear sound of Elvis, keeping his vocal power up in the central mix and at the same time trying to give a great definition to the background music.

The LP 140 VINYL GRAM, IT BRINGS TO THE BEST QUALITY TO DATE!!!!is a LIMITED HAND NUMBERED 500 COPIES. It comes with an CLASSIC SLEEVE AS OUR FIRST RELEASE, WITH A FEW BEAUTIFUL SHOTS FORM THE CONCERT giving an unique view. The bonus cd comes with expanded tracklist with a deluxe digipack . A bonus glossy heavy paper A/4 format comes to complete this beautiful package.

We hope you can enjoy this SIXTH product in the way to give life to the next volume soon as possible.

You can place your order at your favorite dealer from now on.

LP September 13, 1970 8.30 PM
Live Audience recording
Unreleased Show
RUNNING TIME 49,00 MIN

SIDE A 24.20 MIN
01 Opening Theme 02 That’s All Right 03 I Got A Woman/Amen 04 I Walk The Line (excerpt) 05 Love Me Tender 06 In The Ghetto 07 I’ve Lost You 08 You’ve Lost Than Loving Feeling 09 Polk Salad Annie 10 Intro Band 11 Johnny B.Goode

SIDE B 24.20 MIN
12 Intro Band 13 The Wonder Of You 14 Heartbreak Hotel 15 Blue Suede Shoes/Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On 16 Hound Dog 17 Bridge Over Troubled Water 18 Suspicious Minds 19 Funny How Time Slips Away 20 Can’t Help Falling In Love

BONUS CD

Tampa September 13, 1970 es
APPROX TIME 49,00 MIN.

01 Opening Theme 02 That’s All Right 03 I Got A Woman/Amen 04 I Walk The Line (excerpt) 05 Love Me Tender 06 In The Ghetto 07 I’ve Lost You 08 You’ve Lost Than Loving Feeling 09 Polk Salad Annie 10 Intro Band 11 Johnny B.Goode 12 Intro Band 13 The Wonder Of You 14 Heartbreak Hotel 15 Blue Suede Shoes/Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On 16 Hound Dog 17 Bridge Over Troubled Water 18 Suspicious Minds 19 Funny How Time Slips Away 20 Can’t Help Falling In Love
Miami September 12, 1970 ES
APPROX TIME 30 MIN.

21. I Walk The Line (except)* 22. I’ve Lost You* 23. You’ve Lost Than Loving Feeling* 24. Polk Salad Annie* 25. Johnny B. Goode* 26. The Wonder Of You* 27. Bridge Over Troubled Water* 28. Suspicious Minds* 29. Funny How Time Slips Away* 30. Can’t Help Falling Love
TOTAL TIME 79,00 MIN
*Tracks previously released audience recording
Update November 21, 2014


Two New Straight Arrow Announcements

Lightning Strikes Twice In Portland!
From „The Rick Rennie master tapes“ Vol. 2
Wednesday, November 11th, 1970 & Friday, April 27th, 1973, Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR

Coming out soon is the new Straight Arrow's double-digipak CD release, called "LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE IN PORTLAND!", featuring the November 11th, 1970 and April 27th, 1973 Portland shows. These shows may well represent some of best of Elvis Presley live in the 70s. The Nov. 11th, 1970 recording really captures the raw excitement and electricity of those early tours. Elvis delivers a high octane performance that drives the audience in a frenzy. In parts he sounds a bit unfocused, but overall both Elvis and his audience are having such a ball that any criticisms of his performance are nothing more than nitpicking. The April 27, 1973 concert in the same city may well be his best show of the year, and is a serious contender for "Elvis' best concert performance in the 70's". Compared to the '70 show, his performance here is tighter, more focused and far more varied. Elvis is vocally strong and he delivers the goods in a knock-out performance.

Both shows were first released by the Live Archives label (1991) using slightly incomplete and inferior sounding copies of original Rick Rennie tapes. Memory Records issued those shows in 2004 („ON THE ROAD AGAIN“ and „SHINING IN PORTLAND“ CDs). Those Memory Records releases were engineered and mastered using now obsolete hardware and software. 10 years have passed, and it is right time for the ultimate re-release of these special recordings - in a new, crisp, dynamic sound. Straight Arrow’s release of the November 11th, 1970 show appears - for the first time - totally complete. The Opening Vamp and the famous "Elvis has left the building" announcement at the end of show were restored. The 1970 show is taken directly from the original stereo master tape. The 1973 show is taken from better of two existing 1st generation copies made back in 70s (the master tape got lost thru the years). Original tape transfers made in March 2004 have been used. Every second was digitally restored from scratch to achieve optimal listening pleasure. Ask your local dealer for samples. As with every Straight Arrow’s release, this beautifully designed double-digipack edition is limited to 500 copies. If you enjoyed „A NEW DECADE, A NEW SOUND“, you will enjoy "LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE IN PORTLAND!" too. These shows never sounded better!

Tracklist:
CD1
01. Opening Vamp - 02. That's All Right - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Monologue (incl. „I Walk The Line” and „Tiger Man” excerpts) - 05. Love Me Tender (with false start) - 06. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - 07. Sweet Caroline (short version) - 08. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - 09. Polk Salad Annie (short version, with impersonations) - 10. Instrumental Intermezzo - 11. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 12. Johnny B. Goode - 13. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra continues (incl. „Blueberry Hill” excerpt) - 14. How Great Thou Art - 15. The Wonder Of You (short version) - 16. Heartbreak Hotel (with 2 false starts, and „How Great Thou Art” fragment) - 17. Blue Suede Shoes - 18. Hound Dog - 19. Bridge Over Troubled Water (with 4 false starts) - 20. Suspicious Minds - 21. Funny How Times Slip Away - 22. Can't Help Falling In Love - 23. Closing Vamp / Announcements - 24. Rick Rennie & friends „after” show chat.

CD2
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me Tender - 05. You Gave Me A Mountain - 06. Steamroller Blues - 07. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - 08. Love Me - 09. Blue Suede Shoes - 10. Heartbreak Hotel - 11. Little Sister / Get Back - 12. Help Me Make It Through The Night - 13. Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - 14. I'm Leavin' - 15. Hound Dog - 16. Fever - 17. What Now My Love - 18. Suspicious Minds - 19. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 20. I'll Remember You - 21. I Can't Stop Loving You - 22. An American Trilogy - 23. A Big Hunk O' Love - 24. Can't Help Falling In Love - 25. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

The King Holds Court
Tuesday, August 28, 1973 Dinner Show & Wednesday, August 29, Dinner & Midnight Shows, Las Vegas Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, NV

Following the remarkable success of our earlier 3CD set "On A Winning Streak", Straight Arrow is pleased to announce another 3CD collection featuring three more unreleased shows from the Summer 1973 engagement in excellent quality audience recorded audio. The three shows are all strong shows, with Elvis vocally strong (much more than in February '73) and delivering a very varied selection of songs at each of the shows. It's clear that he is in his element here, as his entertaining interaction with the audience and his knock-out vocal performances amply demonstrate. The presence of his daughter Lisa Marie inspires Elvis to give his best. These shows are a delight, and especially in this clear vibrant audience recorded audio that gives you a true "you are there" feel, they make for captivating listening. The August 28, 1973 D/S and August 29, 1973 D/S and M/S are previously unreleased. A few highlights from the (previously released) August 28, 1973 M/S were added. All 3 shows are taken from 1st generation copies of original audience recorded cassettes, made back in the 70s by English super-fan Rex Martin. Every second was digitally restored, every click manually removed, every drop-out fixed to achieve optimal listening pleasure. Ask your local dealer for samples to judge for yourself! If you enjoyed the "On A Winning Streak" set, then you will definitely not be disappointed by its sequel, "The King Holds Court"!

Tracklist:
CD1 - Tuesday, August 28, 1973 Dinner Show
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Love Me Tender - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. Blue Suede Shoes - 08. Medley: Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Your Mama Don't Dance / Flip, Flop And Fly / Jailhouse Rock / Hound Dog - 09. Fever - 10. What Now My Love - 11. Suspicious Minds - 12. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 13. Release Me (incomplete) - 14. Johnny B. Goode (incomplete) - 15. Introduction of Lisa Marie Presley - 16. My Boy - 17. I Can’t Stop Loving You (with false start) - 18. An American Trilogy - 19. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - 20. Heartbreak Hotel (with false start) - 21. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don‘t Be Cruel - 22. How Great Thou Art - 23. Can’t Help Falling In Love - 24. Closing Vamp / Announcements. Bonus tracks (August 28, 1973 Midnight Show): 25. Steamroller Blues - 26. Trouble - 27. My Boy (false start) / What A Friend We Have In Jesus (excerpt) / My Boy (false start) / Release Me / My Boy - 28. Mystery Train / Tiger Man.

CD2 - Wednesday, August 29, 1973 Dinner Show
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Steamroller Blues - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. Blue Suede Shoes - 08. Medley: Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Your Mama Don't Dance / Flip Flop And Fly / Jailhouse Rock / Hound Dog - 09. Love Me Tender - 10. Fever - 11. What Now My Love (with false start) - 12. Suspicious Minds - 13. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 14. My Boy - 15. I Can’t Stop Loving You - 16. An American Trilogy - 17. A Big Hunk O‘ Love - 18. Introduction of Lisa Marie Presley - 19. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (with false start) - 20. Can’t Help Falling In Love - 21. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

CD3 - Wednesday, August 29, 1973 Midnight Show
01. C. C. Rider - 02. I Got A Woman / Amen - 03. Love Me - 04. Steamroller Blues - 05. You Gave Me A Mountain - 06. Trouble - 07. Blue Suede Shoes - 08. Medley: Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Your Mama Don't Dance / Flip Flop And Fly / Hound Dog - 09. Love Me Tender - 10. Fever - 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 12. Bridge Over Troubled Water (reprised from 2nd verse) - 13. Suspicious Minds - 14. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 15. My Boy - 16. I Can’t Stop Loving You - 17. An American Trilogy - 18. Introduction of Lisa Marie Presley, Vernon Presley and Felton Jarvis - 19. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - 20. How Great Thou Art - 21. Can’t Help Falling In Love - 22. Closing Vamp / Announcements.
Update November 17, 2014


Two new releases from Gravel Road

Here the press release:
“ELVIS, LOVE AMERICAN STYLE”

Directly from SOUNDBOARD recordings Series no.1
June 28, 1974 Milwaukee at the Milwaukee Arena

Coming out soon is Gravelroad Music BRANDNEW -Deluxe 100+ pages book with Soundboard CD “ELVIS, LOVE AMERICAN STYLE” featuring the 28th June, 1974 concert.
“On April 25, 1974, A Thursday, The journal ran a four paragraph story on page 15 of the first section under the headline, “Elvis To Be Here In June 28” A one head column shot of Elvis..”
This was the only announcement, No Printed ads, No TV commercials.
IT WAS SOLD OUT!!! 2 months in advance 11,800 seats !!!

EVEN TODAY FANS WHO HEARD THE CONCERT, SAY: “IT ONE OF THE BEST SHOWS EVER OF 1974”
All reviews on this show were raving, but it took almost 13 years to redo this hard to find and rare show justice and made available again to the fans. The concert is now included with a beautiful deluxe hardcover book featuring amazing shots and stunning artwork!

It is time for the ultimate re-release of this special concert!

This is “ELVIS - LOVE AMERICAN STYLE” a deluxe hardcover book with 100+ pages and many (80+) amazing beautiful page size photos of the show with the light blue “Phoenix” pattern jumpsuit, essential liner notes, background information and news reviews AND the concert is fully re-mastered audio. In crisp dynamic sound! The audio is taken directly from the original soundboard tape transfers made in 2004. Every second was digitally restored from scratch to achieve optimal listening pleasure.

Gravelroad Music’ “ELVIS, LOVE AMERICAN STYLE” is Limited to 550 copies worldwide, in the best possible artwork & audio!
TRACKLIST

.01. SEE SEE RIDER.02. I GOT A WOMAN-AMEN.03. TURN AROUND LOOK AT ME (excerpt).04. LOVE ME.05. TRYIN’TO GET TO YOU.06. ALL SHOOP UP.07. LOVE ME TENDER.08. HOUND DOG.09. FEVER. 10. POLK SALAD ANNIE. 11. WHY ME LORD.12. SUSPICIOUS MINDS.13. BAND INTRODUCTIONS.14. I CAN’T STOP LOVING YOU.15. HELP ME.16. BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER.17. LET ME BE THERE.18. FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY with reprise.19. BIG BOSS MAN. 20. STEAMROLLER BLUES.21. CAN’T HELP FALLING IN LOVE.

“ELVIS, VEGAS RHYTHM” REVISITED
Directly from SOUNDBOARD recordings Series no.2
February 3rd, 1973 Las Vegas

Coming out soon is the second release from our new soundboard recordings series. Gravelroad Music BRANDNEW Deluxe 110+ pages book with Soundboard CD “ELVIS, VEGAS RHYTHM REVISITED” featuring the February 3rd, 1973 Dinner show.
Plus on Multi Media DVD in full format 2 extra shows February 2nd, Midnight Show and February 3rd, 1973 Midnight Show and 45 Minutes 8 mm footage of the January/ February Vegas Season.


“We received many request to reprint of this fantastic CD, we never did… At the time not to many were printed.

Why did we do it now? Because we could seriously upgrade it! “
A DELUXE FULL COLOR HARDCOVER BOOK with 45+ minutes 8 mm Footage of January/ February 1973 and 3 SOUNDBOARDS fully re-mastered in amazing sound! And over 85+ amazing and rare photos many page size. Extended liner notes, a lot of background information about the CD in one package!!
It is time for the ultimate re-release of this special concert!
This is “ELVIS – VEGAS RHYTHM REVISITED” a deluxe hardcover book with 110+ pages and many (85+) amazing beautiful page size photos of the show, essential liner notes, background information and news
All in crisp dynamic sound!
The being there feel is present with all 3 soundboards Fully re-mastered in the way it should have been! Some fans will revisited their option to about these other shows, The Elvis show sounds simply fantastic!
The audio is taken directly from original soundboard tape transfers and it shows…. Every second is digitally restored from scratch to achieve optimal listening pleasure. Ask your dealers for samples!
If you liked VEGAS RHYTHM before, you going to LOVE the VEGAS RHYTHM REVISITED !
Gravelroad Music’ “ELVIS, VEGAS RHYTHM REVISITED” is Limited to 550 copies worldwide, in the best possible artwork & audio!

TRACKLIST:
Las Vegas Hilton February 2, 1973 Midnight Show.
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman – Amen 04. Until It’s Time To Go 05. Sweet Caroline 06. Steamroller Blues 07. You Gave Me A Mountain 08. Fever 09. Love Me 10. Blue Suede Shoes 11. Love Me Tender 12. Johnny B. Goode 13. Hound Dog 14. What Now My Love 15. Suspicious Minds 16. Band Introductions 17. I Can’t Stop Loving You 18. American Trilogy 19. Can’t Stop Falling In Love - Closing Vamp
Las Vegas Hilton February 3, 1973 Dinner Show.

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman – Amen 04. Until It’s Time To Go 05. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 06. Steamroller Blues 07. You Gave Me A Mountain 08. Fever 09. Love Me 10. Blue Suede Shoes 11. Love Me Tender 12. Johnny B. Goode 13. Hound Dog 14. What Now My Love 15. Suspicious Minds 16. Band Introductions 17. I’ll Remember You 18. I Can’t Stop Loving You 19. American Trilogy 20. Can’t Stop Falling In Love - Closing Vamp
Las Vegas Hilton February 3, 1973 Midnight Show.
01. See See Rider 02. I Got A Woman – Amen 03. Until It’s Time To Go 04. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. Fever 08. Love Me 09. Blue Suede Shoes 10. Love Me Tender 11. Johnny B. Goode 12. Hound Dog 13. What Now My Love 14. Suspicious Minds 15. Band Introductions 16. I Can’t Stop Loving You 17. American Trilogy 18. Can’t Stop Falling In Love - Closing Vamp

IN SHORT :
A DELUXE FULL COLOR HARD COVER BOOK 110+ pages.
Over 85+ Full color photos of January – February incl. rare ones.
Extensive liner notes, with a lot of background information about the legendary VEGAS RHYTHM February 3rd Dinner show.
3 SOUNDBOARDS fully re-mastered in amazing sound!
45min 8mm footage of this 8th Las Vegas season combined to one complete show.
Update November 2, 2014


Bicentennial Superstar

Welcome to TNT Records´ fourth CD release. Again with a little help from our friends at “Audionics” - probably THE premium and still active label when it comes to rare recordings in best possible sound - we decided to take a closer look to the extremely busy Elvis in the Summer of 1976. As we all know it was a time when Elvis actually should have cared a lot more for himself than for his fans. Money might also have been some kind of reason to continue restless touring and the quality of his performances were in many cases merely a shadow of the past. Still Elvis´ popularity was tremendous and it seemed so easy to sell out every single show. And so he did on the two nights featured in this 2 CD set.

Show #1 took place on June 30th, and the 16000 fans at the Coliseum in Greensboro absolutely loved Elvis´ show although they experienced that “the pelvis didn´t move quite the way it used to” and that “Elvis Presley is in his forties now” and “has put on some weight in the midsection”. While the fans on the one hand didn´t bother that much regarding Elvis´ weight the press did. Anyhow the reviews were still okay and the reporters finally had to admit that the “Elvis magic” still turns ém on! Thankfully the concert has been recorded from the soundboard and for this kind of recordings it has fantastic sound! Plus it reveals that Elvis delivers at least a decent and entertaining show. Show #2 is from August 31, and by this time Elvis´ health problems were visual even for his most dedicated fans. On this late August/early September tour The “King” had a very bad start with terrible performances in San Antonio, Houston, Mobile and Tuscaloosa. Collectors most likely do own the released CDs with the shows from August 28 and 30 so they can judge for themselves. Elvis “Super-Fan” Brenda Dymock was a witness on every show of the tour and she wrote in a 1976 article which she sent to UK´s Rex Martin: “Well I don´t know what happened with Elvis between Tuscaloosa and Macon but Boy! What a difference. He was in a great mood and really put on a great show.”
Well, whatever Brenda has experienced: Just listen yourself on yet another great sounding soundboard recording!

CD1 - Greensboro 30.6.76:
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. C. C. Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 04. Love Me 05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. All Shook Up 08. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel 09. And I Love You So 10. Blue Suede Shoes 11. Fever 12. America (The Beautiful) 13. Band Introductions 14. Early Mornin' Rain 15. What'd I Say 16. Johnny B. Goode 17. Drums Solo (Ronnie Tutt) 18. Bass Solo 1 (Jerry Scheff) 19. Bass Solo 2 (Blues, Jerry Scheff) 20. Piano Solo (Tony Brown) 21. Electric Piano Solo (David Briggs) 22. Love Letters 23. School Day 24. Love Me Tender 25. Hurt (1) 26. Hurt (2) 27. Funny How Time Slips Away 28. Hound Dog 29. Can't Help Falling In Love 30. Closing Vamp / Announcements

CD2 - Macon 31.8.76:
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. C. C. Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 04. Love Me 05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. All Shook Up 08. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel 09. And I Love You So 10. Jailhouse Rock 11. Fever 12. America (The Beautiful) (with reprise) 13. Band Introductions 14. Early Mornin' Rain 15. What'd I Say 16. Johnny B. Goode 17. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) 18. Bass Solo (Jerry Scheff, incomplete) 19. Electric Piano Solo (David Briggs, incomplete) 20. Love Letters 21. School Day 22. Hurt 23. Hound Dog 24. That’s All Right 25. Blue Christmas 26. Mystery Train / Tiger Man 27. Can't Help Falling In Love 28. Closing Vamp
Updated October 29, 2014


A New Decade, A New Sound

A New Decade, A New Sound from „Rick Rennie master tapes“ Vol. 1
Tuesday, February 3rd & Thursday, February 5th, 1970 Dinner Shows, Las Vegas International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV
Straight Arrow Special Products SA/SP 2014-25-02

Coming out soon is the new Straight Arrow's double-digipak CD release "A NEW DECADE, A NEW SOUND", featuring the February 3rd and 5th, 1970 Dinner shows. Looking back at Elvis' final decade of live shows, there are two Las Vegas engagements that stand out: the August '69 one obviously, but certainly also the one in February '70. Whereas the '69 comeback shows were a natural extension of the NBC '68 special with a strong focus on his classic hits, the second engagement From the way he performed these songs, you could tell that he really loved them and genuinely enjoyed the new direction his career was now taking. Most of the oldies were gone from the setlist. It was a very bold move, especially for an artist whose career in the sixties had been marked by boredom and predictability. Released from the chains of the past, Elvis looked and sounded like a man in full control of his career, and he clearly relished the artistic freedom that was now his.

The fact that the music sounded better than before was due in no small part thanks to the two newcomers to the core band; Glen D. Hardin on piano and Bob Lanning on drums. Hailing from Lubbock, Texas, Hardin grew up with Elvis' music, seemed to know all the songs, and was able to contribute with a lot of ideas. Just as importantly, he wrote fresh arrangements for several of the new songs in the show. Elvis loved these arrangements, and Hardin quickly became a highly valued member of the band. Lanning was & is a true no-nonsense rock & roll drummer, who cites Earl Palmer as a main influence. No surprise therefore that he refused to be speeded up by Elvis (or by anyone else, for that matter), and instead focused on laying down a solid groove. In retrospect, this goes a long way in explaining why the February 1970 recordings are musically more solid than other live recordings from the 70s. With that in mind, we would like to dedicate this special collectors' release to messrs. Hardin and Lanning. It’s worth mentioning that Bob Lanning was “found” quite recently after a 45-year absence, and he will be part of a special Elvis show that will be touring Europe in May 2015! And no doubt it'll be a sensation to hear his tight & fearless drumming again after all these years!

The February 3rd, 1970 D/S was previously released by the Memory Records label („HAVE SOME FUN TONIGHT“, 2002). The February 5th, 1970 D/S was released twice from an inferior source and finally by Memory Records („INTERNATIONAL EARTHQUAKE“, 2002). Those Memory Records releases were engineered and mastered using obsolete hardware and software and for some mysterious reason, both shows were even slightly edited.

12 years have passed, and now it‘s time for the ultimate re-release of these special recordings - in a new, crisp, dynamic sound, and with no edits. Straight Arrow’s release of February 3rd and 5th, 1970 Dinner Shows is taken directly from the original tape transfers made in 2001. Every second was digitally restored from scratch to achieve optimal listening pleasure. Ask your local dealer for samples.

As every Straight Arrow’s re-release, this beautifully designed double-digipack edition is limited to 500 copies.

Tracklist:
CD1
01. Excerpt of Sammy Shore speech - 02. Introduction: Orchestra Instrumental - 03. Opening Vamp - 04. All Shook Up - 05. I Got A Woman - 06. Proud Mary - 07. Don't Cry Daddy - 08. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 09. Long Tall Sally - 10. Let It Be Me - 11. I Can't Stop Loving You - 12. Walk A Mile In My Shoes / In The Ghetto - 13. Kentucky Rain - 14. Sweet Caroline - 15. Polk Salad Annie - 16. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 17. Suspicious Minds - 18. Can't Help Falling In Love.

CD2
01. Rick Rennie comments recorded prior the show - 02. Introduction: Orchestra Instrumental - 03. Opening Vamp - 04. All Shook Up - 05. I Got A Woman - 06. Proud Mary - 07. Don't Cry Daddy - 08. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 09. Love Me - 10. C. C. Rider - 11. Let It Be Me - 12. I Can't Stop Loving You - 13. Love Me Tender - 14. Chat with audience - 15. In The Ghetto - 16. Sweet Caroline - 17. Polk Salad Annie - 18. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 19. Suspicious Minds - 20. Can't Help Falling In Love / Announcement.
Update October 21, 2014


New Cover Elvis At The Hilton

AudiRec proudly presents: ELVIS AT THE HILTON – a brandnew double-CD Set which will be released shortly. CD 1 includes the complete “3 A.M.” Show while CD 2 includes the complete Dinner Show – both dated September 2, 1973. It was the summer of 1973 - “Labor Day Weekend” brought thousands of visitors to Las Vegas, the “Entertainment Capital City of the World” and Elvis – again – was the most requested performer people wanted to see in Concert. No wonder the Colonel agreed when being asked to schedule a special “3 A.M. Show” on Sunday morning (Sept. 2) to fulfill the many requests for tickets. Elvis was so popular in Vegas, it is hard to compare with any of today´s artists. So it is never a fault to say that Elvis was indeed the “King Of Vegas”. For our first release and with all the technical help we could get from our friends from the “Straight Arrow” Label we were able to obtain two rare shows, both from September 2, 1973. We were given the opportunity to work with the original tapes, recorded at the showroom of the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel by a very well-known and a hundred percent devoted Elvis-Fan. Both shows have been recorded with a tape-recorder brought in secretly and have to be called “typical audience recordings”, though clearly ones which are of real good quality for that type of recordings.

Did you know, that Elvis rode on the back of “Memphis Mafia-Member” Lamar Fike when entering the stage at this early morning show of September 2? He was clearly in a playful and funny mode in the morning hours of this Sunday and it was showing in many parts of this concert. We all know the photos from the Closing Show of this engagement (just one day later) where Elvis did the same (riding on Lamar´s back but this time with a toy monkey on HIS shoulders) – but that was not the first time Elvis did such a “special” start of the show. Anyhow, this is just a small piece of information we collected for the 16-page booklet which accompanies the release. You will read many details regarding those two shows, written down by witnesses just barely one hour after the shows ended – up at their hotel room at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel!
Expect a fine, decent double CD Set and be sure to get your copy at your local dealer! Tracklistings:

CD1 - Las Vegas 02.09.1973 3 AM Show

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 04. Love Me 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. Trouble 08. Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin´ Goin´ On / Mama Don’t Dance / Flip Flop & Fly / Hound Dog 09. Love Me Tender 10. Fever (including excerpt of Polk Salad Annie) 11. What Now My Love (funny version) 12. Suspicious Minds 13. Band Introduction 14. Release Me 15. An American Trilogy 16. Mystery Train / Tiger Man 17. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 18. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) 19. Can’t Help Falling In Love 20. Closing Vamp

CD2 - Las Vegas 02.09.1973 Dinner Show

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 04. Love Me 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain (funny version) 07. Trouble 08. Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin´ Goin´ On / Mama Don’t Dance / Flip Flop & Fly / Hound Dog 09. Love Me Tender 10. Fever 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water (with reprise) 12. Suspicious Minds 13. Band Introduction 14. Introduction of Gloria Loring 15. My Boy 16. I Can’t Stop Loving You (with false start) 17. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel 18. An American Trilogy 19. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 20. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) 21. Can’t Help Falling In Love 22. Closing Vamp
Update October 20, 2014


Tryin' To Get To Tahoe

Expected soon is new CD entitled ”TRYIN’ TO GET TO TAHOE” (label E.P. Collector, EPC 2014-02) recorded at the Lake Tahoe, NV, May 16, 1974 Opening show. Elvis' spring '74 shows were consistently strong, and the May concerts in Lake Tahoe were no exception. Elvis' shows there were solid and entertaining, and he was in particularly good voice. The set lists offered a wide variety of music, and Elvis' commitment and enthusiasm made these intimate shows very memorable for those who were lucky enough to attend them. The show on this CD has never been released in any form, and this very decent, digitally restored audience recording gives you a unique perspective of what it was like to experience him in person in Lake Tahoe during this engagement.

The CD is packaged in a nicely designed digipack with rare Lake Tahoe, May ’74 cover shot and collection of ”Peacock” images taken in Cleveland show on June 21st, 1974.
Tracks:
01. Opening Vamp / C. C. Rider - 02. medley: I Got A Woman / Amen - 03. Love Me - 04. Tryin' To Get To You - 05. All Shook Up - 06. medley: Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 07. Love Me Tender - 08. Steamroller Blues - 09. Hound Dog - 10. Fever - 11. Polk Salad Annie - 12. Why Me Lord? (with reprise) - 13. Suspicious Minds - 14. Band Introductions - 15. I Can't Stop Loving You - 16. Help Me - 17. An American Trilogy - 18. Let Me Be There (with reprise) - 19. The Wonder Of You - 20. Big Boss Man - 21. Funny How Time Slips Away - 22. Can't Help Falling In Love - 23. Closing Vamp / Announcement. Running time: 60:29
Update October 16, 2014


Elvis At The Hilton

AudiRec proudly presents: ELVIS AT THE HILTON – a brandnew double-CD Set which will be released shortly. CD 1 includes the complete “3 A.M.” Show while CD 2 includes the complete Dinner Show – both dated September 2, 1973. It was the summer of 1973 - “Labor Day Weekend” brought thousands of visitors to Las Vegas, the “Entertainment Capital City of the World” and Elvis – again – was the most requested performer people wanted to see in Concert. No wonder the Colonel agreed when being asked to schedule a special “3 A.M. Show” on Sunday morning (Sept. 2) to fulfill the many requests for tickets. Elvis was so popular in Vegas, it is hard to compare with any of today´s artists. So it is never a fault to say that Elvis was indeed the “King Of Vegas”. For our first release and with all the technical help we could get from our friends from the “Straight Arrow” Label we were able to obtain two rare shows, both from September 2, 1973. We were given the opportunity to work with the original tapes, recorded at the showroom of the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel by a very well-known and a hundred percent devoted Elvis-Fan. Both shows have been recorded with a tape-recorder brought in secretly and have to be called “typical audience recordings”, though clearly ones which are of real good quality for that type of recordings.

Did you know, that Elvis rode on the back of “Memphis Mafia-Member” Lamar Fike when entering the stage at this early morning show of September 2? He was clearly in a playful and funny mode in the morning hours of this Sunday and it was showing in many parts of this concert. We all know the photos from the Closing Show of this engagement (just one day later) where Elvis did the same (riding on Lamar´s back but this time with a toy monkey on HIS shoulders) – but that was not the first time Elvis did such a “special” start of the show. Anyhow, this is just a small piece of information we collected for the 16-page booklet which accompanies the release. You will read many details regarding those two shows, written down by witnesses just barely one hour after the shows ended – up at their hotel room at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel!
Expect a fine, decent double CD Set and be sure to get your copy at your local dealer! Tracklistings:

CD1 - Las Vegas 02.09.1973 3 AM Show

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 04. Love Me 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. Trouble 08. Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin´ Goin´ On / Mama Don’t Dance / Flip Flop & Fly / Hound Dog 09. Love Me Tender 10. Fever (including excerpt of Polk Salad Annie) 11. What Now My Love (funny version) 12. Suspicious Minds 13. Band Introduction 14. Release Me 15. An American Trilogy 16. Mystery Train / Tiger Man 17. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 18. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) 19. Can’t Help Falling In Love 20. Closing Vamp

CD2 - Las Vegas 02.09.1973 Dinner Show

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 04. Love Me 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain (funny version) 07. Trouble 08. Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin´ Goin´ On / Mama Don’t Dance / Flip Flop & Fly / Hound Dog 09. Love Me Tender 10. Fever 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water (with reprise) 12. Suspicious Minds 13. Band Introduction 14. Introduction of Gloria Loring 15. My Boy 16. I Can’t Stop Loving You (with false start) 17. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel 18. An American Trilogy 19. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 20. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) 21. Can’t Help Falling In Love 22. Closing Vamp
Update October 15, 2014


14000 Fans Can’t Be Wrong!

To be released shortly (early November) on the VV label will be their sixth release entitled "14000 fans Can’t be wrong!" featuring the UNRELEASED complete live audience recording on September 13th 1970 8.30 PM show From Tampa, Florida.. The vinyl will be accompanied from a deluxe digipack cd including the Show plus the almost previous day show from Miami + a bonus glossy PHOTO . After the success of our previous releases We decided: to give you more.….. so we decided to not only bring you an UNRELEASED show with best audio possible , but also an expanded cd in deluxe digipack with practically two shows!!!

“14000 fans can’t be wrong!!!” wants to give you a unique perspective of the man and his music during his first tour in 1970.. This will be the first STEP of a wider project, in fact the producers’ intention is to accompanied this first volume with other unreleased show from Elvis’ 1970 first tour…

Elvis ‘ first tour comes almost immediately after the third Las Vegas season, maybe too soon to give Elvis time to recuperate…from a long and we suspect boring month of concerts in Vegas. The tour was a 8 concerts in 6 different cities. It was a modest tour considering Elvis’ popularity , in fact all the date were an immediately sold out with a wild reaction from the audience. Elvis looked great at the top of his possibility, performing a solid and maybe too short show with the best of the repertoire of the previous month in Vegas with no new songs added.

About the Show, Elvis’ sang the two best singles from the 1969 sessions + plus his last one from the 1970 sessions…I’ve Lost You maybe for the moderate success only, won’t be performed anymore after this tour..In the Ghetto will follow the same destiny …. Talking about of the best song, all the songs a very well performed although sometime no too seriously, overall in the case of a serious one like In The Ghetto…however in “The new song” I’ve Lost You and You’ve Lost the Loving Feeling we find Elvis at his best… In the cd we include together the Tampa show also 30 minutes of Miami Evening show, giving to the listen a wider spectrum about Elvis’ first tour. The Miami show was already released but we have in our hands a straight copy from the original tape, so we decide to add the highlights of the show to complete the bonus cd in the matter to delivery 80 MINUTES OF music.

Both the recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is very good considering the early tour. We have on our hands the original mono tape of extremely good quality enabling us to carry out simple re-mastering work, concentrating on the reduction of noise trying to achieve a more clear sound of Elvis, keeping his vocal power up in the central mix and at the same time trying to give a great definition to the background music.

The LP 140 VINYL GRAM, IT BRINGS TO THE BEST QUALITY TO DATE!!!!is a LIMITED HAND NUMBERED 500 COPIES. It comes with an CLASSIC SLEEVE AS OUR FIRST RELEASE, WITH A FEW BEAUTIFUL SHOTS FORM THE CONCERT giving an unique view. The bonus cd comes with expanded tracklist with a deluxe digipack . A bonus glossy heavy paper A/4 format comes to complete this beautiful package.

We hope you can enjoy this SIXTH product in the way to give life to the next volume soon as possible.

You can place your order at your favorite dealer from now on.

LP September 13, 1970 8.30 PM
Live Audience recording
Unreleased Show
RUNNING TIME 49,00 MIN

SIDE A 24.20 MIN
01 Opening Theme 02 That’s All Right 03 I Got A Woman/Amen 04 I Walk The Line (excerpt) 05 Love Me Tender 06 In The Ghetto 07 I’ve Lost You 08 You’ve Lost Than Loving Feeling 09 Polk Salad Annie 10 Intro Band 11 Johnny B.Goode

SIDE B 24.20 MIN
12 Intro Band 13 The Wonder Of You 14 Heartbreak Hotel 15 Blue Suede Shoes/Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On 16 Hound Dog 17 Bridge Over Troubled Water 18 Suspicious Minds 19 Funny How Time Slips Away 20 Can’t Help Falling In Love

BONUS CD

Tampa September 13, 1970 es
APPROX TIME 49,00 MIN.

01 Opening Theme 02 That’s All Right 03 I Got A Woman/Amen 04 I Walk The Line (excerpt) 05 Love Me Tender 06 In The Ghetto 07 I’ve Lost You 08 You’ve Lost Than Loving Feeling 09 Polk Salad Annie 10 Intro Band 11 Johnny B.Goode 12 Intro Band 13 The Wonder Of You 14 Heartbreak Hotel 15 Blue Suede Shoes/Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On 16 Hound Dog 17 Bridge Over Troubled Water 18 Suspicious Minds 19 Funny How Time Slips Away 20 Can’t Help Falling In Love
Miami September 12, 1970 ES
APPROX TIME 30 MIN.

21. I Walk The Line (except)* 22. I’ve Lost You* 23. You’ve Lost Than Loving Feeling* 24. Polk Salad Annie* 25. Johnny B. Goode* 26. The Wonder Of You* 27. Bridge Over Troubled Water* 28. Suspicious Minds* 29. Funny How Time Slips Away* 30. Can’t Help Falling Love
TOTAL TIME 79,00 MIN
*Tracks previously released audience recording


In The Heat Of The Desert

In The Heat Of The Desert - including a 16 page Booklet.
The new Touchdown contains the previously unavailable Las Vegas dinner show from August 21, 1974. This show has not been available on CD or CD-R before and hence is totally new to fans. Taking into consideration that this is an audience recording the sound is reportedly very good. The show is performed on a highly professional level with a dedicated Elvis giving it all.

1. See See Rider [3:16] 2. I Got A Woman/Amen [5:08] 3. Elvis Greets The Audience [0:38] 4. Love Me [1:29] 5. If You Love Me, Let Me Know [2:49] 6. It‘s Midnight [2:55] 7. Big Boss Man [2:39] 8. Fever [3:05] 9. Love Me Tender [1:35] 10. All Shook Up [1:06] 11. I‘m Leavin‘ [3:10] 12. Softly As I Leave You [2:30] (sl. incompl.) 13. Hound Dog [1:32] 14. You Gave Me A Mountain [3:07] 15. Polk Salad Annie [3:51] 16. Band Introduction [3:07] 17. If You Talk In Your Sleep [3:04] 18. Why Me Lord [2:44] 19. Teddy Bear/ Don‘t Be Cruel [1:50] 20. Bridge Over Troubled Water [4:17] 21. Let Me Be There [2:37] 22. Hawaiian Wedding Song [3:07] 23. Can‘t Help Falling In Love [1:37] 24. Closing Vamp [0:57]
Update October 5, 2014


Two New CD's from the Bootleg Series

Two new CD's coming out soon are:
50's Sensation - Studio Masters & Outtakes
34 Tracks - Including:
50's masters including original studio banter + outtakes in great soundquality!
The album/single/ep masters from "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck", "Doncha' Thinks It's Time" and "Lover Doll"
Great movie versions from the movies "Jailhouse Rock" and "King Creole".
Radio spot from Pine Bluff, 02-23-55
and much more!

Some tracks previously unreleased by Elvis' record company, released by mistake or hard to find! Now for the first time collected on one great 50's cd release! A special edition from The Bootleg Series!
And also a 12 pages booklet with photos and recording information.

1. Shake, Rattle And Roll (master with count-in) 2:34 2. Lawdy Miss Clawdy (master with count-in) 2:27 3. One-Sided Love Affair (master with count-in) 2:25 4. Hound Dog (from the original master tape) 2:16 5. Love Me Tender (master with count-in) 2:52 6. Poor Boy (remake take 1) 0:58 7. Let Me (vocal overdub take 3) 2:28 8. Old Shep (take 5) 4:01 9. Rip It Up (take 17) 2:06 10. Rip It Up (take 18) 1:37 11. Rip It Up (master with count-in) 2:16 12. All Shook Up (master with count-in) 2:03 13. Peace In The Valley (Pearl Harbor memorial version) 3:54 14. Jailhouse Rock (movie production version) 2:58 15. Young And Beautiful (solo version) 1:05 16. Don’t Leave Me Now (Vince Everett demo #1 - Take 1) 1:02 17. Don’t Leave Me Now (Vince Everett demo #2 - Take 1) 1:26 18. I Wanne Be Free (movie live version) 1:15 19. Treat Me Nice (Laurel 101 - Take 1) 2:38 20. Young And Beautiful (movie end version) 2:20 21. One More Day (sung by Mickey Shaughnessy) 1:18 22. White Christmas (master with count-in) 2:44 23. Don’t (master with count-in) 2:56 24. King Creole (master with count-in) 2:16 25. Turtles, Berries And Gumbo / Crawfish (unedited movie opening medley) 4:10 26. Lover Doll (ep master) 2:15 27. Wear My Ring Around Your Neck (album master) 2:14 28. Doncha’ Think It’s Time (single master) 1:59 29. A Big Hunk O’ Love (album master) 2:15 30. Lover Doll (album master) 2:12 31. Wear My Ring Around Your Neck (single master) 2:16 32. Doncha’ Think It’s Time (album master) 1:59 33. Radio spot for the Million Dollar Quartet album 3:26 34. Radio spot Elvis In Person, Pine Bluff, 02-23-55 1:12

Top Notch Nashville - Elvis At RCA's Studio B - Part 4

24 Tracks - Including:

- 8 outtakes/false starts previously unreleased by Elvis' record company
- "I'm Yours" (Stereo album+single master and Mono album master)
- Most masters newly remastered and with original studio banter

Great sound quality!
12 pages booklet with photos and recording information.

01. Surrender (master) 2:00 02. I’m Yours (Stereo single master) 2:26 03. Little Sister (take 11) 1:06 04. What A Wonderful Life (re-created Stereo) 2:31 05. That’s Someone You Never Forget (master) 2:48 06. For The Millionth And The Last Time (take 5) 2:23 07. Love Me Tonight (take 7) 0:28 08. Kiss Me Quick (master) 2:49 09. The Girl Of My Best Friend (master) 2:26 10. I’m Yours (Stereo album master) 2:25 11. Little Sister (master) 2:35 12. Swing Down, Sweet Chariot (master) 2:45 13. He Knows Just What I Need (take 9) 2:26 14. He Knows Just What I Need (master) 2:20 15. Milky White Way (master, including false start) 2:56 16. I Believe In The Man In The Sky (master) 2:18 17. In My Father’s House (master, including workpart take 1) 2:39 18. Mansion Over The Hiltop (master, including false start) 3:20 19. Working On The Building (master) 2:09 20. If We Never Meet Again (master) 2:09 21. Joshua Fit The Battle (master) 2:55 22. I’m Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs (master) 2:05 23. Known Only To Him (master, including false start) 2:52 24. I’m Yours (Mono album master) 2:21
Update October 1 , 2014


Living the Pain Out Now

Out now is a new release from the "SR" label is titled "Living the Pain" and will feature the unreleased show from Las Vegas February 21, 1972.

As everybody knows SR concentrates it's work on early 70's live period of Elvis' activity, trying to produce always unreleased shows with Elvis at the top of his possibilities. With the new release, we are proud to present the complete show from February 21th midnight show,a rare show from a Vegas winter season always poor of official and unofficial releases.. Elvis' love of singing is clear in this tape and we are glad to give you the opportunity to listen to it.

The midnight show from February 21th, as presented on this CD, represents just one of the best shows of the season, If we look closely at the first Vegas act of 1972 we can see that Elvis concentrates on the music to produce great shows. The in-between song chat and banter have gone and each number is delivered promptly without even a pause for applause. The 'NEW' songs introduced do reflect the mood of the man and for sure the rocking days are over but the rendition of the early seventies repertoire is solid and sung with great ability.

Talking of these new additions we see some great songs, representative of his life from this stage on. Naturally we are referring to songs such as 'You Gave Me A Mountain' which has an autobiographical theme of a man who no singing the pain, but LIVING IT and 'An American Trilogy' which demonstrates his personal beliefs and patriotic views. Elvis also worked hard to promote his new single 'Until It's Time For You To Go.' Here are also included rare performance of Help Me Make It Through The Night together the classic Bridge Over Troubled Water..

This recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is very good considering the early season. The sound was restored in a studio to achieve best possible results. We have spent hours in the studio over the digital restoration of the sound, to achieve the best possible results and to give you the chance to hear it with pleasure.

This new CD will come in a new kind of deluxe long Digipack four panels, containing a collection of live and candid photographs from early 1972 .
Tracks:
01. 2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. Proud Mary 04. Never Been To Spain 05. You Gave Me A Mountain 06. Until It’s Time For You To Go 07. Polk Salad Annie 08. Love Me 09. All Shook Up 10. Teddy Bear/ Don’t Be Cruel 11. Hound Dog 12. A Big Hunk Of Love 13. Help Me Make It Through The Night 14. Bridge Over Troubled Water 15. Suspicious Minds 16. Band Introductions 17. An American Trilogy 18. Can’t Help Falling In Love
Time 49,00 min.
Update September 19, 2014


ELVIS 1975 - ON TOUR

A new 2 cd-set from ELVIS CONCERT FAN, including all 3 available soundboard recordings from april 1975, newly remastered, including the opening show from tour number 12 (since 1969).
Plus as a bonus recordings from 2 shows in Lake Charles (May 4 1975) and the tour closing show (May 7, 1975)
Including 12 pages booklet with photos and recording information.
Tracklisting:
CD 1
TOUR OPENING SHOW (TAPE ONE)
Macon, GA. April 24 1975

01. Elvis Talks 02. Love Me 03. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 04. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 05. Big Boss Man 06. It’s Midnight 07. Promised Land 08. Fairytale 09. Burning Love 10. Band introductions 11. What I’d Say (James Burton) 12. Drum Solo (RonnieTutt 13. Bass Solo (Jerry Scheff) 14. Piano Solo (Glen Hardin) 15. School Days (Joe Guercio Orchestra) 16. My Way 17. T-R-O-U-B-L-E 18. I’ll Remember You (first part only)

LAKELAND, FL. April 28 1975
19. When It’s My Time (J.D. Sumner & The Stamps) 20. Burning Love 21. Band introductions 22. Guitar Solo (James Burton) 23. Drum Solo (RonnieTutt 24. Bass Solo (Jerry Scheff) 25. Piano Solo (Glen Hardin) 26. School Days (Joe Guercio Orchestra) 27. My Boy 28. Help Me Make It Through The Night 29. Let Me Be There 30. An American Trilogy 31. Hawaiian Wedding Song 32. Hound Dog 33. Can’t Help Falling In Love 34. Closing Vamp

CD 2
JACKSONVILLE, FL. April 25 1975
01. Elvis Talks 02. Love Me 03. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 04. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 05. Big Boss Man 06. It’s Midnight 07. Burning Love 08. Band introductions 09. What I’d Say (James Burton) 10. Drum Solo (RonnieTutt) 11. Bass Solo (Jerry Scheff) 12. Piano Solo (Glen Hardin) 13. School Days (Joe Guercio Orchestra) 14. My Way 15. T-R-O-U-B-L-E 16. I’ll Remember You 17. Let Me Be There 18. An American Trilogy 19. Funny How Time Slips Away

TOUR OPENING SHOW (TAPE TWO)
Macon, GA. April 24 1975
20. I’ll Remember You (second part only) 21. Let Me Be There 22. An American Trilogy 23. Can’t Help Falling In Love 24. Closing Vamp
BONUS TRACKS:
LAKE CHARLES, LA, May 4 1975, afternoon show 25. Help Me
LAKE CHARLES, LA, May 4 1975, evening show 26. Steamroller Blues 27. Why Me Lord?

TOUR CLOSING SHOW
MURFREESBORO, TN. May 7 1975
28. The Wonder Of You 29. Elvis Talks 30. Little Darlin’
Update August 29, 2014


Living the Pain

The forthcoming release from the "SR" label is titled "Living the Pain" and will feature the unreleased show from Las Vegas February 21, 1972.

As everybody knows SR concentrates it's work on early 70's live period of Elvis' activity, trying to produce always unreleased shows with Elvis at the top of his possibilities. With the new release, we are proud to present the complete show from February 21th midnight show,a rare show from a Vegas winter season always poor of official and unofficial releases.. Elvis' love of singing is clear in this tape and we are glad to give you the opportunity to listen to it.

The midnight show from February 21th, as presented on this CD, represents just one of the best shows of the season, If we look closely at the first Vegas act of 1972 we can see that Elvis concentrates on the music to produce great shows. The in-between song chat and banter have gone and each number is delivered promptly without even a pause for applause. The 'NEW' songs introduced do reflect the mood of the man and for sure the rocking days are over but the rendition of the early seventies repertoire is solid and sung with great ability.

Talking of these new additions we see some great songs, representative of his life from this stage on. Naturally we are referring to songs such as 'You Gave Me A Mountain' which has an autobiographical theme of a man who no singing the pain, but LIVING IT and 'An American Trilogy' which demonstrates his personal beliefs and patriotic views. Elvis also worked hard to promote his new single 'Until It's Time For You To Go.' Here are also included rare performance of Help Me Make It Through The Night together the classic Bridge Over Troubled Water..

This recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is very good considering the early season. The sound was restored in a studio to achieve best possible results. We have spent hours in the studio over the digital restoration of the sound, to achieve the best possible results and to give you the chance to hear it with pleasure.

This new CD will come in a new kind of deluxe long Digipack four panels, containing a collection of live and candid photographs from early 1972 .
Tracks:
01. 2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. Proud Mary 04. Never Been To Spain 05. You Gave Me A Mountain 06. Until It’s Time For You To Go 07. Polk Salad Annie 08. Love Me 09. All Shook Up 10. Teddy Bear/ Don’t Be Cruel 11. Hound Dog 12. A Big Hunk Of Love 13. Help Me Make It Through The Night 14. Bridge Over Troubled Water 15. Suspicious Minds 16. Band Introductions 17. An American Trilogy 18. Can’t Help Falling In Love
Time 49,00 min.
Update August 23, 2014