I Believe Take My Hand, Precious Lord Lonesome Cowboy I Need You So Loving You Playing For Keeps True Love My Wish Came True And remember, all the elements used are original. The Chicago nights are the first stop of the October tour and for the first time in the year, Elvis presents himself at the top of the game.
He delivered two solid shows working hard on the stage that He threw up for exhaustion after it. The sound is decent: if you want to live the atmosphere of an Elvis concert in this is the right tape. We can guarantee that Elvis was greeted with incredible enthusiasm; the popularity in the live scene at the end of is still at its maximum level. He gave a strong concert but problems with the sound in the stadium was a big let down and Elvis could hardly hear anything during the first half of the show.
The second show of the tour was in the same stadium and was strong as the day before from Elvis with some variation in the songs list. About The Bonus cd, the sound is good for an ambient recording, a dynamic tape with a good definition of the background music and for sure you can live the atmosphere of an Elvis concert in the seventies.
We hope you can enjoy the final result. See See Rider If You Love Me You Gave Me A Mountain Jailhouse Rock Goode Love Letters School Day Hurt LP 2 Soundboard Recording October 15th, 8. You Gave Me a Mountain Drums Solo Bass Solo Piano Solo Electric Piano Solo Blue Christmas I Got A Woman - Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me, You Gave Me A Mountain, Help Me, Jailhouse Rock, All Shook Up, And I Love You So, Steamroller Blues, Johnny B.
Drum Solo, Bass Solo, Piano Solo, Electric Piano, Love Letters, School Day, Hurt part , Hound Dog, Blue Christmas, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp, - RT 60 mins.
News, Source;ElvisNews. Good Luck Charm master take 4 Such An Easy Question master take 5 I Feel So Bad master take 2 Judy master take 8 Just For Old Time Sake master take 5 Something Blue master take 7 I Met Her Today take 7 Suspicion take 4LFS Red Robinson calls the Colonel a conversation I Got A Woman Heartbreak Hotel Money Honey I Was The One I Got A Woman incomplete unknown take number I Got A Woman unknown take number Heartbreak Hotel incomplete take 4 Heartbreak Hotel take 5 Heartbreak Hotel take 6 Money Honey fragments Money Honey incomplete take 10 I Was The One take 1 I Was The One take 2b I Was The One incomplete take 3b I Was The One take 7a Victrola radio ad 1 Victrola radio ad 2 April 9, April 15, Sometimes soundboard recordings can sound dull.
The main reason for this is that the sound engineer probably wanted to catch one particular aspect of the performance. This can be the singing voice of the artist, or one of the instruments. These soundboard recordings can miss a of of the ambiance that the spectators were experiencing. An audience recording mostly never sounds dull but the quality of the singing voice of the artist is obviously of lesser sound quality.
But mixing these two creates a whole new magic. Now you can enjoy the shows as if you were there! It wasn't a good year! Introductions Felton Jarvis' overdubs were definitely not "new wave"! He did however manage a 28 Billboard hit with the re-working of "Guitar Man". Composer Jerry Reed was at the re-recordings to add a new guitar part. The duet version was then recorded as an overdub but never officially released. However they have made them out on bootlegs over the years.
The publicity states In Felton Jarvis, Elvis' record producer for the last decade came to the remarkable idea to freshen up some of Elvis' recordings.
The idea was to add totally new backing tracks to Elvis' voice. This resulted in the record release of "Guitar Man". You hate it or you love it is probably the right thing to say about the album.
Felton was convinced Elvis would have loved it. The original album contained 10 songs. But Felton worked on a bunch of other songs to see if they would suit the project.
The title track "Guitar Man" written and first performed by Jerry Reed was obviously one of the tracks that had to end up on the album. Jerry Reed was part of the original recording by Elvis in and now Jerry Reed was back in the studio with Felton Jarvis to work on the new title track for the re-release. Besides the guitar work he also recorded a "duet" version of the song.
This version never made it to the album, but it probably should have. Felton finished this track most likely for his own pleasure or for Jerry Reed and it is one of the many highlights of this set. This is just an example of one of the many surprises you will find, and all in a wonderful sound quality. This wonderful 2LP set is packed with unreleased tracks like: Blue eyes crying in the rain, The fool, Susan when she tried, Help me, Funny how time slips away and many many more.
Felton Jarvis sadly passed away early January even before the album came out. Available in a very limited edition in purple or white vinyl. Raised in Sydney, audio engineer Bruce Jackson dropped out of university course in to build stroboscopes, amplifiers and more for the emerging psychedelic concert culture.
Little did he know that in just three years he'd be on the road managing Elvis Presley's sound and poised to change forever how live concert sound was presented. In six years with the Elvis Presley Show Bruce established a close professional and personal bond with Elvis who trusted him implicitly to deliver the best sound possible.
Bruce's inventions and technical advances were adopted by the entire live concert touring industry. I was 22 when I started working for him. I did hundreds and hundreds of shows with Elvis across mainland United States and Hawai'.
Elvis' man is working for me in the house'. Years of work have gone into making this book a fitting tribute. Bruce's first-person narrative and contributions by friends and colleagues plus the eye-witness perspective of his brother Gary come together for an extraordinary insight. This is, incredibly, a new look at Elvis by someone who. Go here to vimeo to check out the promo video!
The pitch was incorrect on all previous individual releases of this show. The sound of these CDs was speed-corrected by one of our colleagues back then, but unfortunately, the pitch was still not right.
For our final release all 3 shows came directly from the RCA tape duplications chromdioxide compact cassettes. You can see the reproductions of individual cassettes on the CD artwork. Please note that the August 31st , Dinner show was mislabeled on the cassette as the August 30th Dinner show.
We were able to edit the missing parts of August 31st Dinner and September 2nd Midnight shows, using another source recorded by our dear friend from the UK.
These tapes were never in circulation and they are of an excellent quality. As usual, this release is presented in a deluxe triple digipack with a collection of images taken on and off the stage during Elvis' Las Vegas Summer season. If you have enjoyed our previous "From the booth tapes" releases, we believe that you will love this one as well. Ask your local audio vendor for trials!
Good things come to those who wait! Now for the first time ever, Elvis Presley's legendary Studio B sessions will be released as an official album. On 'From Elvis In Nashville', Presley's studio tracks from the marathon sessions are presented in pristine audio, newly mixed by acclaimed engineer Matt Ross-Spring John Prine, Jason Isbell without the added overdubs or orchestration appearing on earlier releases - in other words how Elvis would sound if you were in the room with him.
A great album compilation for this summer! Rock-A-Hula Baby Mono single version 2. Mono album version 3. Such A Night Mono single version 4. Moonlight Swim Mono album version 6. Mexico Dubbed movie version 7. Dixieland Rock EP version 8. Everybody Come Aboard Alternate take 5 9. Down In The Alley Screaming girls version, take 1 Come What May Alternate take 1 Viva Las Vegas Alternate take 6 Island Of Love Mono album version Paradise, Hawaiian Style Alternate take 3 Sand Castles Alternate take 1 Blue Hawaii Mono album version What A Wonderful Life Riding The Rainbow Alternate take 6 Anyplace Is Paradise Twice as much Elvis as Ever!
English confirms.. We will be visiting the Printers on Monday to check over the product before they are transported to the warehouse mid-week. Looks like this FTD product won't be as delayed as usual. A great collection of songs and moments recorded in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and on tour from the greatest entertainer of all time! Now we get another three releases - Volumes 4, 5 and 6!
All tracks are taken from the best possible sources - audience recordings and soundboard recordings. All three include a booklet with photos and recording information.
Good News for collectors includes: All the rehearsals are complete and unedited - except CD8 - so yes we get the complete 'Stranger In My Own Hometown' with bad language. The Mastering and audio mix is new and taken from the original tapes.
Again the editing on this album makes all songs "blend in" so you will get the feeling as if you are in the actual session, with lots of rare snippets and surprises. All tracks from the "Nashville Sessions" have been included in this 2 cd set, with clever spliced takes for a whole new experience.
Lots of works went into this and a lot of the tracks sound so different, you almost think it is all brand new! Because the producers wanted something really new, and wanted to start rocking from scratch! They decided not to give you a chronicle order tracklist like the previous volumes. Just listen to the incredible new spliced version of "Patch It Up" 10!! This will change now!
No skips and bumps so you can enjoy the man as you should! This "Opening Night" show for shows Elvis in a very good mood and shape, lots of interaction is going on with the audience, and you are with them during this great show!
Due to the fact that not everything has been filmed, clever edits are used to keep the show going without annoying breaks and even some extra songs were used to make it work even better. A great result of this has to be the March 22 version St. But there's more! We get the very first live version of "Hurt' a rocking "Polk Salad Annie" and "Burning Love" and a rare live version of the title track "And I Love You So" where Elvis stops for a while since he doesn't approve the bands performance.
You constantly feel the energy from Elvis working with his new band and the Crowd. Next to the complete songs we also get all the band solos, hear Larry Londin for the first time during an Elvis show, see James Burton making an encore by Elvis' request, enjoy the Joe Guercio Orchestra doing a fine "Hail Hail Rock and Roll".
He was accompanied by his then-current girlfriend, Sheila Ryan. On stage, he often referred to "Fairytale" as the story of his life. Presley first heard the song in while driving his bus back to Memphis after making another movie, and heard Tom Jones ' new single "Green Green Grass of Home" for the first time and loved it. He had the Memphis Mafia call the local AM station to make them replay it over and over again. In Today was reissued on the Follow That Dream label in a special edition that contained the original album tracks along with a selection of alternate takes.
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