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Sunday 26 March 2023
'ELVIS – Come What May The Lost 1966 Album' New Import CD": What If RCA had released an LP album like our brandnew REEL TRAX release in November of 1966?
We don´t know for sure of course, but we assume that the view on Elvis´ career in the Sixties would probably be significantly different. But since this obviously did not happen the way we wish it had, Elvis is mainly being remembered in this decade as a celluloid artist. His last studio album that had nothing to do with “typical” movie songs had been ''Pot Luck'' and it had been released way back in 1962.
In the meantime the majority of Elvis´ album releases had clearly been dominated by his movie soundtracks (which showed in releases on singles and EP´s as well – plus we all know that there would have to be that so-called “Lost Album” in ´63 which never had been realized ). It seemed to be a perfect formula to maximize financial success to release movie soundtrack after movie soundtrack. Even considering taking the risk to lose credibility as a performer who once was known as being a “rebel”, a man who changed just about everything in contemporary pop music business only 10 years earlier. Lost Album – Missed opportunity? Tracks 1 – 12 are taken from the forthcoming REEL TRAX vinyl release “Come What May” (LSP 3718), which deals with a so-called “Lost Album” theory for November 1966.
All other songs used for this CD release are mainly based on international 45 r.p.m single releases of 1966. While some of the titles are almost common knowledge when it comes to be known as single tracks on Elvis´ official RCA-Label (like “Tell Me Why” and “Blue River” for instance), the “Girl Happy” songs ‘’Do Not Disturb’’ and ‘’Spring Fever’’ have been released that year only on a single in India. The “Paradise Hawaiian Style” LP tracks “Drums Of The Islands”, “This Is My Heaven”, “House Of Sand” and the title track of the movie only showed up on single releases in the Philippines (all on RCA as well).
By the mid-1960´s it was about time to reflect Elvis´ musical career, to think about changes, to have respect for new influences in terms of songs and sounds. History tells us that this most likely never has happened. And still, there were opportunities to bring back some of that old magic from a couple of years earlier. One of those “chances” took its start in May of 1966 when Elvis returned to “Studio B” in Nashville for a recording session with material for two albums! One of them would become a Grammy-Award winning album full of Gospel music (just like in 1960), titled “How Great Thou Art”! The other one could have been similar to the one you hold in your hands now. Elvis was highly motivated to do the sessions and he did a mighty good job on the material which consisted of Gospel songs and well chosen Covers of genres from Folk to Rhythm n´ Blues titles. The ''How Great Thou Art'' LP became a gold album and sure made Elvis very proud of it. But what about the rest of the songs from the sessions in May of 1966? What happened to the possible second album? Well, there was no second album! The songs, which could have been used for another pretty solid “concept” (and therefore artistically much more valuable) album finally appeared on singles and as bonus songs on upcoming soundtrack albums. A big disappointment indeed and again we would like to ask: What if…..? To give it a fresh ambience, the best / most interesting alternate takes for the songs have been chosen. Disc 2 comprises more complete and partly spliced outtakes of the titles from Disc 1. Discover a stand-out and never before released version of the title “God´s Gonna Cut ém Down” (also known as “Run On”) which features a splice of Takes 1 and 6. Also included are the original demos of four songs sung by Bobby "Red " West. Two of them were even written by him!
Disc 1:
01. Come What May (Take 2)
02. Tomorrow Is A Long Time (Take 2)
03. Love Letters (Take 7)
04. Fools Fall In Love (Take 4)
05. Beyond The Reef (Take 2 - Rejected Master)
06. Tell Me Why * (Master)
07. Down In The Alley (Take 1)
08. I'll Remember You (Take 2)
09. All That I Am (Take 2)
10. God's Gonna Cut 'Em Down (Take 2)
11. Indescribably Blue (Take 1)
12. If Everyday Was Like Christmas (Take 2)
13. Joshua Fit The Battle (Take 1)
14. Blue River (Take 2)
15. Spinout (Take 2)
16. Known Only to Him (Take 2)
17. Milky White Way (Take 5)
18. Frankie And Johnny (Take 1)
19. Please Don't Stop Loving Me (Take 3 - lower key)
20. Swing Down Sweet Chariot (Take 3)
21. How Would You Like To Be (Take 1)
22. Do Not Disturb ** (Take 27)
23. Spring Fever ** (Take 4)
24. This Is My Heaven *** (Take 3)
25. Drums Of The Islands *** (Take 5)
26. Paradise Hawaiian Style *** (Take 1)
27. House Of Sand *** (Take 3)
* Unreleased Stereo Version
** Released by RCA India on 45rpm
*** Released by RCA Phillippines on 45rpm

Disc 2:
01. God's Gonna Cut 'Em Down (Take 1 & 6 - Spliced)
02. Come What May (Takes 3, 4)
03. Fools Fall In Love (Take 5 - Master)
04. Love Letters (Take 2)
05. Down In The Alley (Take 6)
06. Spinout (Takes 3-5 M)
07. Tomorrow Is A Long Time (Take 3 - Master)
08. Beyond The Reef (Take 1 & 2 - Undubbed)
09. I’ll Remember You (Take 1)
10. All That I Am (Take 4)
11. Joshua Fit The Battle (Take 2)
12. Swing Down, Sweet Chariot (Take 1)
13. Known Only To Him (Take 5)
14. Frankie And Johnny (Takes 4 & 6 M)
15. Milky White Way (Take 3)
16. Please Don’t Stop Loving Me (Take 7)
17. Do Not Disturb (Take 35)
18. Spring Fever (Take 21)
19. This Is My Heaven (Take 7)
20. Paradise Hawaiian Style (Take 1 & 4 - Spliced)
21. Indescribably Blue (Master - Take 2)
22. I’ll Remember You (Demo By Red West)
23. If Every Day Was Like Christmas (Demo By Red West)
24. Indescribably Blue (Demo By Red West)
25. Sleepless Nights Endless Days (Demo By Red West)


Wednesday 15 March 2023
'From Elvis At Sun' in Stereo: Coming soon from the Memphis Mansion label all of Elvis SUN recordings released "For The First Time In Stereo!"
This time promised in quality, realistic "Stereo"
The Sun Singles:
1. That’s All Right
2. Blue Moon of Kentucky
3. Good Rockin’ Tonight
4. I Don’t Care If The Sun Don’t Shine
5. Milkcow Blues Boogie
6. You’re a Heartbreaker
7. Baby Let’s Play House
8. I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone
9. I Forgot to Remember to Forget
10. Mystery Train
More Sun Masters:
11. Harbor Lights
12. I Love You Because
13. Blue Moon
14. Tomorrow Night
15. I’ll Never Let You Go
16. Just Because
17. My Baby’s Gone
18. Trying To Get To You
19. When It Rains It Really Pours
All tracks previously released in ‘mono’.
EIN Note: Of course these tracks have been released in 'fake stereo' previously.
See EIN's review 'Elvis Reborn Mono-To-Stereo' - however the results were a little uneven and Memphis Mansion promise even better quality than the 'gold-standard' that until now has been ERIC records.
What EIN has heard is very impressive.

Go HERE to Memphis Mansion to pre-order. - Great value at €13
(News, Source;MM/ElvisInfoNet)

‘Off The Record, We’re The Greatest’ Vol 1 & 2 New Import CDs: From a brand new label Elevated Stage Sound Records, two fully unknown AUDIENCE taped Las Vegas shows.
Elvis is bringing the house down, audience singing along and fans get crazy. And best of all, it’s never been available in any form until now! We will focus on two-mike- ambiance-, booth- and audience recorded shows.
This set features August 28 1972 Dinner Show, August 29 1972 Evening Show.
At Better Sound Studio they restored the audio, the recording itself was damaged although a good base. The rarity and the high-quality of the performances made us proceed to achieve a good result. For the purists, we did not remove all noise since it would also remove music detail and loses dynamic of the performance. In overall we tried to get the audio balanced, cleaning up where possible
in some cases it was impossible without degrading the audio, so we left it as it is. We raised the spoken parts to hear Elvis talking which was a challenge at some parts, his banter is fun at times and makes the whole show even better.
Both CDs are presented in a beautiful “Mini gatefold LP” CD package with inner sleeve and an inside poster. Wrapped in classic Vegas promotion style of 1972. No liner notes since the performances speak for themselves.

(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet
EIN NOTE: We now find that these tapes have been taken without permission from "ED” from 'The King’s Court'. He writes, "The reason I’m open about my mother recording the Elvis Concerts back in the day is because it’s been over, or just about 50 years since she did it. I figure she’s due the recognition as she never sold, or profited from the tapes in any way since recording them. My intention is to get them out to whoever is interested. Someone took advantage of that and now they are being bootlegged for about $50 US each?.
See YouTube here 'Elvis Presley “The Angela Tapes” Concerts'

Off The Record, We’re The Greatest Volume 1
August 28 1972 Dinner Show Las Vegas
1. Opening 2. See See Rider 3. Johnny B. Goode 4. Until It’s Time For You To Go. 5. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 6. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling. 7. Polk Salad Annie 8. What Now My Love 9. Fever. 10. Love Me 11. Blue Suede Shoes 12. Heartbreak Hotel. 13. All Shook Up 14. Love Me Tender. 15. Hound Dog. 16. I’ll Remember You (Walk that lonesome road* by JD Sumner) Not recorded* 17. Suspicious Minds. 18. Introductions. 19. For The Good Times. 20. A Big Hunk O’ Love. 21. You Gave Me A Mountain. 22. Mystery Train - Tiger Man. 23. Can’t Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp

Off The Record, We’re The Greatest Volume 2
August 29 1972 Evening Show Las Vegas
1. Opening. 2. See See Rider 3. Johnny B. Goode 4. Until It’s Time For You To Go 5. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me. 6. You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling 7. Polk Salad Annie – Intermezzo. 8. What Now My Love 9. Fever. 10. Love Me. 11. Blue Suede Shoes. 12. Heartbreak Hotel 13. All Shook Up. 14. Love Me Tender. 15. Hound Dog. 16. I’ll Remember You. 17. I Walk That Lonesome Road by JD Sumner. 18. Suspicious Minds 19. Band Introductions (introducing Sammy Davis jr.). 20. My Way 21. A Big Hunk O’ Love. 22. You Gave Me A Mountain. 23. Mystery Train - Tiger Man. 24. Can’t Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp

Friday 10 March 2023
‘Las Vegas Summer Festival 1972’ MRS 4CD Set: The UK ‘Memphis Recording Service’ MRS label will release a 4CD Deluxe titled ‘Las Vegas Summer Festival 1972’ on 28th April 2023.
This 4CD set contains a varied selection of live performances drawn from Elvis’ seventh engagement in Las Vegas. The shows, recorded at the Hilton Hotel, took place during Elvis’ summer festival in the month of August 1972.
The four concerts are 11 August Dinner and Evening shows, plus 12 August Dinner and Evening shows. For the first time ever these performances are released in Stereo.   
Bonus rehearsal tracks, recorded days before the engagement began, are also included.  
The accompanying 40-page booklet includes rare photographs, memorabilia and liner notes help set the scene.
Key songs include My Way, Its Over, Until It’s Time For You To Go, American Trilogy, What Now My Love, Little Sister/ Get Back, Never Been To Spain, For The Good Times and A Big Hunk O' Love
EIN NOTE: These concerts have all been released by FTD on 'Summer Festival', 'What Now My Love' and '3000 South Paradise Road'.

EIN commented, "In Las Vegas Elvis performed his best at his Midnight Shows and his 1972 Summer Season was one of his greatest. Looking back there is little doubt that this would be the last Las Vegas season where Elvis would perform so many quality shows night after night for the entire season. Overall these performances showcase an energetic Elvis performing strongly for 1 hour and in great form, seem-ingly not yet bored by the ‘Casino’ crowd. With not much talk at all it is just strong performances with plenty of new selections, oldies and a couple of surprises along the way".


The soundboard recordings were great quality and so it is the MRS "Stereo mixes" that collectors will be buying this set for. As for the general public they will certainly be impressed by some truly energetic performances.


(News, Source;MRS/EIN)

01 - Also Sprach Zarathustra
02 - See See Rider
03 – I Got a Woman
04 - Until It's Time for You to Go   
05 - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
06 - You've Lost That Loving Feeling
07 - Polk Salad Annie
08 - Elvis Talks to Audience
09 - What Now My Love
10 - Fever
11 - Love Me
12 - Blue Suede Shoes
13 - One Night
14 - All Shook Up
15 - Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel
16 - Heartbreak Hotel
17 - Hound Dog
18 - Love Me Tender
19 - Suspicious Minds
20 - Band Introductions
21 - My Way
22 - An American Trilogy
23 - Can't Help Falling in Love
24 - You Don't Have to Say you Love Me     
25 - Any Day Now
26 – Something
27 - I'm Leavin'   

01 - Also Sprach Zarathustra
02 - See See Rider
03 - I Got a Woman/Amen
04 - Proud Mary
05 - Until It's Time for You to Go
06 - You've Lost That Loving Feeling
07 - Polk Salad Annie    
08 - Elvis Talks to Audience
09 - What Now My Love
10 - Fever
11 - Love Me    
12 - All Shook Up
13 - Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel   
14 - Heartbreak Hotel     
15 - Blue Suede Shoes   
16 - Little Sister/Get Back
17 - Hound Dog
18 - Its Over   
19 - Suspicious Minds   
20 - Band Introductions
21 - My Way       
22 - A Big Hunk O' Love   
23 - An American Trilogy
24 - Can't Help Falling in Love   
25 - Faded Love
26 - The Wonder Of You
27 - My Way    
28 - I'll Remember You
29 - It's Over
01 - Also Sprach Zarathustra   
02 - See See Rider    
03 - Proud Mary           
04 - Until It's Time for You to Go           
05 - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
06 - You've Lost That Loving Feeling
07 - Polk Salad Annie
08 - Elvis Talks to Audience
09 - What Now My Love
10 - Fever
11 - Love Me
12 - Blue Suede Shoes
13 - One Night   
14 - All Shook Up
15 - Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel   
16 - Heartbreak Hotel
17 - Hound Dog
18 - Love Me Tender
19 - Elvis Welcomes Mr & Mrs Tipler
20 - Suspicious Minds
21 - Band Introductions
22 - Elvis Welcomes Telly Savalas
23 - My Way
24 - An American Trilogy
25 - Can't Help Falling in Love
26 - True Love Travels On A Gravel Road       
27 - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face       
28 - Steamroller Blues                                  
29 - Fever                                                   
30 - Portrait Of My Love                                

01 - Also Sprach Zarathustra        
02 - See See Rider            
03 - I Got a Woman/Amen       
04 - Proud Mary           
05 - Never Been to Spain       
06 - Until It's Time for You to        
07 - You've Lost That Loving Feeling   
08 - Polk Salad Annie            
09 - Elvis Talks to Audience        
10 - What Now My Love        
11 - Fever               
12 - Love Me                
13 - Blue Suede Shoes           
14 - One Night               
15 - All Shook Up           
16 - Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel       
17 - Heartbreak Hotel             
18 - Hound Dog           
19 - For the Good Times       
20 - Suspicious Minds           
21 - Band Introductions       
22 - My Way               
23 - An American Trilogy       
24 - A Big Hunk O' Love       
25 - Tiger Man (recorded in part)  


Monday 20 February 2023
'Elvis In The Ghetto' New Import CD: Straight Arrow is releasing an AUDIENCE recording of Elvis' Las Vegas February 19, 1971 Midnight Show. This concert was previously released in very bad sound quality. Straight Arrow recently obtained the 1st generation copy of the original reel to reel audience-recorded tape by British fan Rex Martin. This concert was never before available in good sound quality - until now!
Every second was enhanced to achieve the optimal listening experience. The sound was remastered to the correct speed.
If you have enjoyed our previous 1971 CDs, we believe that you will love this one as well. Ask your local CD vendor for audio teasers!
Presented in the usual Straight Arrow fashion with the top notch digipak including the photos of Elvis in Las Vegas 1971 and local press reviews, this new release is another beauty that you must not miss!
EIN NOTE: FTD recently released the January 27 / 28 Midnight shows and January 29 Dinner show ex soundboard - and MRS also released a 1971 selection including the February 23 Closing Show.
(News, Source;ElvisInfonet)
Tracklist: 01. Rex Martin comment - 02. Opening Vamp / That's All Right - 03. I Got A Woman - 04. Can't Help Falling In Love - 05. Sweet Caroline - 06. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - 07. Polk Salad Annie - 08. Johnny B. Goode - 09. Something - 10. How Great Thou Art - 11. Mystery Train / Tiger Man - 12. Love Me - 13. Don't Be Cruel - 14. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 15. Blue Suede Shoes - 16. Heartbreak Hotel - 17. Little Sister / Get Back - 18. It's Now Or Never - 19. Hound Dog - 20. Suspicious Minds - 21. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 22. Lawdy Miss Clawdy - 23. Help Me Make It Through The Night - 24. There Goes My Everything - 25. Just Pretend - 26. In The Ghetto - 27. Also Sprach Zarathustra - 28. Snowbird - 29. The Impossible Dream - 30. Closing Vamp.
All tracks recorded live from audience on February 19th, 1971 Midnight Show.

Friday 10 February 2023

FTD March Releases: FTD have announced two releases for next month.
1. 'Elvis: Let Me Be There' a three CD soundboard release from Elvis' January-Feb 1974 Las Vegas season.
FTD's first new releases for 2023 with possible release date of March 6.
Released as a 3-CD 5" digi-pak, this set features three 1974 concerts recorded via soundboard at The Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas on January 28, 29 Midnight and February 1, 1974.
EIN Note: So far FTD have only released the January 27 Dinner Show from this season on 'I Found My Thrill' - and what a great performance that was.
We noted at the time that the "Bonus Track" from Feb 1 had some tape-hiss.
The January 29, 1974 Midnight Show is totally new for collectors. Both January 28, 1974 Dinner Show, and February 1, 1974 Midnight Show have only been released as bootleg AUDIENCE recordings 'Wild Tiger Vol.4' and 'First In Line'

See 'FTD / SONY 2023 CD News' for tracklists and details

2.'From Elvis Presley Boulevard' Special double VINYL.
FTD Vinyl is pleased to announce the release of a special blue vinyl edition of From Elvis Presley Boulevard. Each double album is individually numbered and features great outtakes and masters recorded in the legendary Jungle Room.
Songs include Hurt, For The Heart, Love Coming Down, I'll Never Fall In Love Again, Danny Boy, Solitaire and The Last Farewell.
Available only while stock of 3500 lasts!

See 'FTD / SONY 2023 CD News' for tracklists and details


(News, Source;FTD/ElvisInfoNet)

Tuesday 31 January 2023

MRS Vinyl - 'Opening Night 1972’: Following the UK label ‘Memphis Recording Service’ (MRS) release of the CD ‘Las Vegas Hilton Presents Elvis – Opening Night 1972', vinyl collectors will be thrilled to know that the same performance is now being released on 180g vinyl.

The album contains a thrilling new show - featuring a revised setlist - from Elvis’ Opening Night at the Las Vegas Hilton on the 26 January 1972. The soundboard recording has been remastered and for the first time presented in true stereo. The accompanying booklet includes rare photographs and memorabilia along with introductory notes.
This was the concert where Elvis premiered the classic songs 'I'll Remember You', 'You Gave Me A Mountain' (sung with a lighter arrangement), 'Never Been To Spain', 'A Big Hunk O'Love' and 'An American Trilogy' as well as the first time 'See See Rider' was used as his opening number.
Out March 17, 2023

(News, Source;MRS/ElvisInfoNet)

1 - Also Sprach Zarathustra, 2 - See See Rider, 3 - Proud Mary, 4 - Never Been to Spain, 5 - You Gave Me A Mountain, 6 - Until It's Time for You to Go, 7 - Polk Salad Annie, 8 - Love Me, 9 - Little Sister/Get Back, 10 - All Shook Up, 11 - Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, 12 - One Night, 13 - Hound Dog, 14 - A Big Hunk O' Love, 15 - Bridge Over Troubled Water, 16 - Lawdy Miss Clawdy, 17 - An American Trilogy, 18 – Introductions, 19 - I'll Remember You, 20 - Suspicious Minds, 21 - Can't Help Falling in Love

'Two Nights In Binghamton' New Import CD: Out now is a new 2-CD 1977 AUDIENCE RECORDING from the BJ Records label with the title “Two Nights In Binghamton” featuring the May 26 & 27th, 1977 shows.
Back in 1999 the Coast To Coast label released the CD ''Why Me, Lord'' featuring the May 26th 1977 concert in Binghamton, NY.
While in reasonable sound at the time, it was released in much better sound the following year on the Krypton Label, both of these releases showed that there were still nights where Elvis could pull it off and leave a mesmerizing performance when the moment was right, it took until 2006 for the second show to become available on the Graceland Records label under the name ''Second Night'' that release showed us that Elvis did not run out of steam after the previous night, if anything he was giving even more during the second show! Just listen to one of the best versions of ''Unchained Melody'' as Elvis pours his heart out.
The two Binghamton shows are a good example of some of those special moments where Elvis got it together, Elvis performs a varied setlist with a couple of songs that hadn't been performed very often
at the time, this includes the last live version of Kris Kristofferson's ''Why Me, Lord'', Simon & Garfunkel's ''Bridge Over Troubled Water'' and even ''Blue Suede Shoes'' and ''Heartbreak Hotel'' were performed whilst not a standard anymore at the time, it made for a nice surprise!
BJ Records felt it was time to re-release these two shows because of their historic place in representing Elvis his final year of performing on stage, with the original releases out of print we've put both shows together in a neat package, this allows older and newer fans to have both shows in the same place, while also enjoying the improved sound quality.
This digipack has been filled with some great photos of Elvis taken during these two shows, and newspaper reviews. - A very limited edition.
(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)
Also Sprach Zarathustra
See see rider
I Got A Woman/ Amen
Love Me
If You Love Me Let Me Know
You Gave Me A Mountain
O Sole Mio/ It’s Now Or Never
Little Sister
Teddy Bear/ Don’t Be Cruel
And I Love You So
Why Me Lord?
Polk Salad Annie
Band Introductions
Early Mornin' Rain
What'd I Say/ Johnny B. Goode
Hound Dog
Can’t Help Falling In Love
Closing Vamp
(Binghamton, NY May 26th, 1977
Also Sprach Zarathustra
See see rider
I Got A Woman/ Amen
Love Me
If You Love Me Let Me Know
You Gave Me A Mountain
Blue Suede Shoes
Teddy Bear/ Don’t Be Cruel
Heartbreak Hotel
Bridge Over Troubled Water
O Sole Mio/ It’s Now Or Never
Love Me Tender
Band Introductions
Early Mornin' Rain
What'd I Say
Band Solos
School Day
Hound Dog
Unchained Melody
Can’t Help Falling In Love
Closing Vamp
(Binghamton, NY May 27th, 1977)

Saturday 31 December 2022
'ELVIS 22 - Essential Fifties Splices Vol1' New Import: The CMT label announces, 'ELVIS 22 - Essential Fifties Splices Volume 1'.
The series continues in the fifties and focusses on 1957.
Elvis recorded lots of different songs in very different styles
This release really shows how Elvis worked and was involved in the producing side of the tracks.
Amazing new splices are created for your listening pleasure
Highlights include a totally NEW version of "Baby I Don't Care" which has an unreleased instrumental track mixed with alternate takes of the song, the result is STUNNING!
Also on this release are some cleverly made splices of different versions of songs. "Treat Me Nice" combines the first and second movie version along with portions of the master.
"Young and Beautiful" gets the same treatment and it is very cool to hear Elvis start of solo and later the band joins in.
"One Night" combines the "sin" version with the master and even "Teddy Bear" and "All Shook Up" are mixed in a way as if they are alternate takes.
We could go on, but best thing to do is judge for yourself!
Presented in digipack on factory pressed (limited to 500 copies) disc.
1.  Jailhouse Rock - spliced take  3,4,4,7,5
2. Treat Me Nice - combined new master
3. Teddy Bear - alternate master
4. Loving You - combined  new master
5. All Shook Up - alternate master
6. That’s When Your Heartaches Begin - spliced take 9,11,13,6
7. Don’t - alternate master
8. I Beg of You - spliced take  8 (Jan), 34 (Feb)
9. One Night of Sin With You
10. My Wish Came True - alternate master
11. Mean Woman Blues - alternate master
12. Lonesome Cowboy - alternate master
13. Party - combined new master
14. Hot Dog - alternate master
15. Got A Lot O’ Livin’  To Do - combined new master
16. Have I Told You Lately - spliced take  3,6,7
17. I Need You So - extended master
18. Is It So Strange - spliced take  7,8,9
19. Blueberry Hil - spliced take  4,7,2
20. True Love - alternate master
21. Baby, I Don’t Care - newly created version
22. I Want To Be Free - spliced take
23. Don’t Leave Me Now - spliced take 2,6,10,19,10
24. Young and Beautiful - combined new master
25. It Is No Secret - spliced take 2,4,2,12
26. Peace in the Valley - spliced take  2,3,8,7,1

Thursday 8 December 2022

‘Las Vegas Hilton Presents Elvis – Opening Night 1972’ New MRS: The UK label ‘Memphis Recording Service’ (MRS) will release a CD Deluxe titled ‘Las Vegas Hilton Presents Elvis – Opening Night 1972' on 27th January 2023.
The CD contains a thrilling new show - featuring a revised setlist - from Elvis’ Opening Night at the Las Vegas Hilton on the 26 January 1972. The soundboard recording has been remastered and for the first time presented in true stereo. The accompanying booklet includes rare photographs and memorabilia along with introductory notes.

This was the concert where Elvis premiered the classic songs 'I'll Remember You', 'You Gave Me A Mountain' (sung with a lighter arrangement), 'Never Been To Spain', 'A Big Hunk O'Love' and 'An American Trilogy' as well as the first time 'See See Rider' was used as his opening number.

(News, Source;MRS/ElvisInfoNet)

26 January 1972 – Las Vegas Hilton
01 - Also Sprach Zarathustra
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 - Little Sister/Get Back
10 - All Shook Up
11 - Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel
12 - One Night
13 - Hound Dog
14 - A Big Hunk O' Love
15 - Bridge Over Troubled Water
16 - Lawdy Miss Clawdy
17 - An American Trilogy
18 – Introductions
19 - I'll Remember You
20 - Suspicious Minds
21 - Can't Help Falling in Love

'Shooting Star In Largo' New Import: Straight Arrow is pleased to announce this new 2CD set, featuring two concerts from the June 1976 Bicentennial tour, a topnotch AUDIENCE recording.
As all die-hard fans know 1976 was a somewhat problematic year for Elvis, nevertheless the June concerts from Largo are examples of really solid Presley performances, with The King sounding clear and enthusiastic and most important - in good voice.
It is worth mentioning that Elvis met Elton John prior to his evening show in Largo. Before he left, the British singer asked Elvis to sing „Heartbreak Hotel” (which Elvis did), and informed him that his parents would also be in the audience. Elton and Presley said goodbye cordially and Elton was escorted once again to his seat in the arena, but not without posing for a picture with an illustrious fan: Lisa Marie, the daughter of his idol.
Both shows were taken directly from recently found original audience-recorded master tapes and they were recorded by a famous photographer of many Elvis 70s concerts, American superfan Harold Jean Newton (July 23, 1939 - June 10, 2009). These historic concerts were never before available in the good sound quality - until now!
The June 27th, 1976, 2:30pm show was previously released on CD from an inferior and slightly incomplete source. The July 27th 8:30pm show is previously unreleased. Every second was enhanced to achieve the optimal listening experience. Ask your local CD vendor for teasers!
This special release is presented in de-luxe double digipack, accompanied with local press review. All images used for this project were taken on stage during Elvis' 1976 Largo concerts. Photos from June 27th 8:30pm are black and white and they are rare. A couple of them have been added in spite of the problematic quality, for historic reasons.
Tracklist: CD1: - June 27th, 1976 Afternoon Show
01. Introduction: 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. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 09. Love Me Tender - 10. Jailhouse Rock - 11. Fever - 12. America The Beautiful - 13. Blue Suede Shoes - 14. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 15. Early Mornin' Rain - 16. What'd I Say - 17. Johnny B. Goode - 18. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 19. Bass Solo (Blues, Jerry Scheff) - 20. Piano Solo (Tony Brown) - 21. Electric Piano & Clavinet Solo (David Briggs) - 22. Love Letters - 23. School Day - 24. Hurt - 25. Hurt - 26. Help Me - 27. Hound Dog - 28. Funny How Time Slips Away - 29. Can't Help Falling In Love - 30. Closing Vamp & Announcements.
CD2: - June 27th, 1976 Evening Show
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Heartbreak Hotel - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. All Shook Up - 08. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 09. And I Love You So - 10. Jailhouse Rock - 11. Fever - 12. America The Beautiful - 13. Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 14. Early Mornin' Rain - 15. What'd I Say - 16. Johnny B. Goode - 17. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 18. Bass Solo (Blues, Jerry Scheff) - 19. Piano Solo (Tony Brown) - 20. Electric Piano & Clavinet Solo (David Briggs) - 21. Love Letters - 22. School Day - 23. Hurt - 24. Hurt (with reprise) - 25. Hound Dog - 26. Funny How Time Slips Away (with reprise) - 27. Polk Salad Annie - 28. Can't Help Falling In Love - 29. Closing Vamp & Announcements.

'Burning in Tahoe ‘76' New Import: Want more 1976 AUDIENCE RECORDINGS (EIN: Actually, No!) well MxF will soon release 'Burning In Tahoe ‘76' featuring the complete evening show from May 05th. This show is previously unreleased and taken directly from the original ambiance high-quality tape.
Elvis worked hard during this last Tahoe season in spite has not been an impressive vision He fought very hard to deliver a good show. The choice of songs was more varied with respect to the regular tour and the intimate showroom seemed to inspire Elvis to deliver longer and more solid shows. The 5 May 1976 evening show here presented doesn’t make an exception Elvis delivered 18 solid songs reaching the top with the bluesy Trying to get to you, the anthem America, and the very sensitive Hawaiian Wedding Song, at the same time in spite of the poor shape He still able to perform rockers like the classic Polk Salad Annie and overall the fast Burning Love.
The AUDIENCE tape is very good quality, as you can appreciate both Elvis and the band and at the same time, you can feel and live the atmosphere of the intimate Lake Tahoe Showroom, where the recording gives you the possibility to listen to the great enthusiasm of the public.
This new MxF double cd set is in a deluxe Long Digipack.
Recorded Live At Tahoe Hotel, Like Tahoe NV May 05th, 1976 8.00 PM
CD 1
01. You’ll Never Walk Alone 02. When The Saints Go Marching In (JD & Stamps) 03. Starry Night 04. Nothing But A Party (The Sweet Inspiration) 05. 2001 Intro 06. See See Rider 07. I Got A Woman/Amen 08. Love Me 09. You Gave A Mountain 10. All Shook Up 11. Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel 12. Trying To Get To You 13. Polk Salad Annie
CD 2
01. Hound Dog 02. Happy Birthday 03. Band Introductions 04. Early Morning Rain 05. What’d I Say 06. Drum Solo 07. Bass Solo 08. Piano Solo 09. Electric Piano Solo 10. Love Letters 11. Hail Hail Rock ’n’ Roll 12. Hurt + Reprise 13. Burning Love 14. Hawaiian Wedding Song 15. How Great Thou Art 16. It’s Now Or Never 17. Love Me Tender 18. America 19. Can’t Help Falling In Love 20. Closing Vamp

Saturday 3 December 2022

'Elvis Live 1972 (2-LP)' New RCA Vinyl: In a surprise move we hear from "Bear Family" records that there will be a new RCA double-vinyl release from 'Elvis On Tour', 'Elvis Live 1972'
Interestingly it features a "best of" the four concerts listed below, thus creating the "ultimate tracklist", although the final side then features some kind of Col Parker "Bonus Tracks"...
April 9, 1972 - Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia
April 10, 1972 - Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, Virginia
April 14, 1972 at Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, North Carolina
April 18, 1972 Convention Center Arena, San Antonio, Texas
Release date 27 January 2023
The tracklist however looks most enjoyable.
Priced at $57 I'm looking forward to this one

Go to 'FTD / SONY CD News 2022' for full tracklisting and more details

(News, Source;BearFamily/ElvisInfoNet)

'Elvis: From Louisiana and Memphis' New FTD: As part of its ongoing live on tour series, FTD is pleased to announce the release of Elvis: From Louisiana and Memphis'.
This is a FOUR CD set, 5” digi-pak, this set features three 1976 concerts recorded at Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, Louisiana July 1, 1976, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana July 2, 1976 and Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee July 5, 1976.
Early 2023 release
Priced at £50 / US$61 + postage for three 1976 soundboards!
EIN Note: FTD have already released two soundboards from this 1976 tour (June 25 - July 5) Rockin' Across Texas, Fort Worth TX, July 3 and The Bicentennial Show Tulsa, July 4th 2.30pm
Memphis 1976 has been on many FTD collectors' wish-list however it was released as a bootleg as far back as 1997 on Fort Baxter's 'Goodbye Memphis'.
The other soundboard are new, both concerts previously only released as audience recordings

Go to 'FTD / SONY CD News 2022' for tracklisting
(News, Source;FTD/ElvisInfoNet

Wednesday 16 November 2022

'Tampa Wave' 1975 CD /DVD New Import: The promotional blurb states: Millbranch Music is back with its second release in 2022!  After the overwhelming success of our recent 1976 CD/DVD set we were able to obtain more new and great 8mm footage plus a first generation audience recording from Elvis' April 1975 tour!
'Tampa Wave' is a 2-disc set: The CD includes Elvis' full performance AUDIENCE RECORDING of the evening show in Tampa, Florida April 26, 1975, taken from the original tape which has been recorded by a by then “experienced” fan who had a great seat in the 5th row - and his recording equipment with him! For our last two releases we have worked strictly with soundboard recordings, but since the Tampa show we got the original tape of is really a very good audience recording with a lot of information

regarding the excitement of the crowd in the rather small building Elvis played in (7,500 in attendance), we decided to work with it on our brand new project. After all, Elvis fans would miss a lot if there were no audience recordings - some of them sound probably even better than quite a few dry sounding SB's - but that will always stay a matter of audible taste of course.
The DVD in our new set has a running time of almost 100 minutes and includes rare and high-quality 8mm-footage of the Tampa evening show from April 26, 1975 (the same as you can hear on the CD) and more impressions from the same tour with the concerts in Lakeland, Florida...
(April 27 evening show and the show from April 28) and Atlanta from May 1st.
As a very special bonus the DVD contains an absolutely stunning performance from Elvis' concert in Richfield, filmed at his magnificent July 75' tour (July 18). The quality and length of the material we invested a lot of money in recently will blow you away! You will get 53 minutes from this show which is almost 80% of the whole performance. Especially in the last two years, there have been a lot of releases which have shown some great 8mm footage on DVD.
In the last couple of years more and more of the old private film-reels which seem to have remained hidden since the 1970´s showed up - reels that have been copied over and over and later put on rather bad video cassettes which have also been copied and copied over and over again, losing so much information with each ongoing copy. Nowadays, it is possible to work with those reels from back then, getting great results in terms of picture quality (at least in quite big parts) so we can see Elvis in all its glory on almost every tour and every Las Vegas engagement he did and taste a bit of the excitement from way back 45+ years ago.
Great times to be an Elvis-Collector!
EIN Note: FTD has releases EIGHT soundboards from this April 24 - May 7 season, including the Tampa April 26 afternoon show  - Look here to check.
Tracklist CD:
01 -  Also Sprach Zarathustra
02 -  See See Rider
03 -  I Got A Woman / Amen
04 -  Dialogue
05 -  Love Me
06 -  If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
07 -  Love Me Tender
08 -  Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel
09 -  Help Me
10 -  Burning Love
11 -  Group Introductions
12 -  What‘d I Say
13 -  Drum Solo
14 -  Bass Solo
15 -  Piano Solo
16 -  School Days
17 -  My Boy
18 -  T.R.O.U.B.L.E
19 -  Hawaiian Wedding Song
20 -  Let Me Be There
21 -  An American Trilogy
22 -  Can’t Help Falling In Love
23 -  Closing Vamp

Thursday 10 November 2022
‘Live Experience In Vegas February 1971’ New CD: An AUDIENCE recorded - February 21, 1971 Midnight Show.
The publicity notes… Not even half a year had passed since Presley’s triumphant summer festival in bright light city, during which a good part was filmed for the upcoming documentary ‘That’s The Way It Is’. In the meantime, two highly successful and thrilling short tours, the first ones since 1957, brought the legendary performer back to many fans’ doorsteps all across the nation. Coming back to Las Vegas for his fourth month-long run in the short time span of only one and a half years, it became apparent to the close observer that the Memphis singer was bored already. Too lazy to care much about an updated repertoire, all the audience got was a rehash of his earlier appearances with two exceptions; Most shows, partially due to the star catching the flu, ran only about half as long as during the previous engagement and some closed with a new song – The Impossible Dream – a beautiful Mitch Leigh composition from the tony award winning 1965 musical The Man Of La Mancha. To be fair, we have to say that even with some shows only running around 35 to 40 minutes, Elvis, as bored as he might have been at times, infused them with a good deal of his humor and vocal power, still leaving the audience in awe. It might be of interest to the

serious Presley scholar that it was during this engagement that a new orchestral theme was inaugurated. The resounding horns of Richard Strauss’ Also Sprach Zarathustra would from now on herald the arrival of the King to the concert stage. If you want to relive the magic and excitement of Elvis in Las Vegas, this superbly packaged and good sounding album is your invitation to the showroom of the International Hotel. Enjoy the show.

That’s All Right
I Got A woman
Jailhouse Rock
Love Me
Mystery Train / Tiger Man (medley)
Sweet Caroline
You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling
Pol Salad Annie
Johnny B. Goode
How Great Thou Art
Don’t Be Cruel
Heartbreak Hotel – Blue Suede Shoes (medley)
Little sister / Get Back (medley)
It’s Now Or Never
Hound Dog
The Impossible Dream

EIN NOTE: This concert was previously on the Bootleg 'Las Vegas Fever Vol.I' in pretty poor audience quality.
All these 1971 live songs feature on the recent MRS 1971 set in soundboard quality, which also includes the '23rd Feb 1971' closing show from two days later.
Do fans really need this?

‘Summer Festival: Reflections Of '71 Vol.2’ New CD: Yet more 1971 Audience recordings that have been previously bootlegged.
The publicity notes... This 3 CD set featuring 3 audience recorded live shows from August 1971.
This set contains many highlights like Kris Kristofferson's beautiful ballad "Help Me Make It Through The Night" which Elvis only sang twice during this season. Perry Como's "It's Impossible" is a song first sang by Elvis in July 1971 during a show in Lake Tahoe. The song was an almost steady on the setlist during this August season, but after this season it only turned up once more on the setlist in February 1972. The always The powerful "It's Over", probably best known from his famous "Aloha From Hawaii" debuted also in July 1971 and is also featured on this set.
Especially knowing no soundboard recordings have yet surfaced, these audience recorded shows are all we are able to enjoy.
A total of 3 shows are included in this box set. All recordings have been painstakingly remastered & repaired.
Included in this box set are:
August 16 1971 midnight show/ August 18 dinner show / August 19 dinner show.
EIN NOTE: These were previously bootlegged on SR’s 'Trying To Get To Memphis', 'Setting The Standard' and 'Rock And Beauty' all in very poor audio quality. Buyer Beware.
AUGUST 16, 1971 midnight show
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. That’s All Right
03. Proud Mary
04. Love Me Tender
05. Sweet Caroline
06. Polk Salad Annie
07. Intermezzo
08. Johnny B. Goode
09. It’s Impossible
10. Love Me
11. Blue Suede Shoes - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
12. Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel
13. Hound Dog
14. Suspicious Minds
15. Band Introductions
16. I’m Leavin’
17. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
18. Help Me Make It Through The Night
19. Mystery Train/Tiger Man
20. Can’t Help Falling In Love
21. Closing Vamp
22. Announcement
AUGUST 18, 1971 dinner show
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. That’s All Right
03. Proud Mary
04. Love Me Tender
05. Sweet Caroline
06. Polk Salad Annie
07. Intermezzo
08. Johnny B. Goode
09. It’s Impossible
10. Love Me
11. Blue Suede Shoes - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
12. Heartbreak Hotel
13. Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel
14. Hound Dog
15. Suspicious Minds
16. Band Introductions
17. I’m Leavin’
18. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
19. It’s Over
20. Little Sister/Get Back
21. Can’t Help Falling In Love
22. Closing Vamp
23. Announcement
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. That’s All Right
03. Proud Mary (incomplete)
04. I Got A Woman/Amen
05. Love Me Tender
06. Sweet Caroline
07. Polk Salad Annie
08. Intermezzo
09. Johnny B. Goode
10. It’s Impossible
11. Love Me
12. Blue Suede Shoes / Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
13. Heartbreak Hotel
14. Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel
15. Elvis Talks
16. Hound Dog
17. Suspicious Minds
18. Band Introductions
19. I’m Leavin’
20. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
21. Dialogue
22. Can’t Help Falling In Love
23. Closing Vamp

‘Well, It's Christmas Time Pretty Baby: Songs Of Christmas’ New CD: The publicity notes… Elvis' fourth studio album was released in October 1957 and was titled "Elvis' Christmas Album". The album was a very clever move by Elvis' record company. Probably the Colonel also had his (big) part in this commercial masterpiece. The foldout sleeve contained a full sized 12 page booklet containing some very handsome pictures shot during the filming of "Jailhouse Rock". So this album was really something for everybody. According to the Record Industry Association Of America the album along with its reissues is the best selling Christmas album of all time. All original new tracks were recorded at the Radio Recorders studio in Hollywood .
Radio recorders™ brings you a fully packed CD containing 27 masters & alternate tracks from the sessions plus bonus tracks. Some highlights are the outtakes of "peace in the valley" & "it is no secret" taken from the original binaural tapes, these include some nice studio banter and are not released before in this quality. Previous releases offered a very weak sound for these.
All recordings on this compact disc are carefully restored and remastered. They never sounded better, it’s like you are right there in the studio.
EIN NOTE: All previously released by FTD, Elvis ONE or MRS. And what a terrible cover design, something Parker might do!

Original mono masters:
01. Santa Claus Is Back In Town
02. White Christmas
03. Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)
04. I'll Be Home For Christmas
05. Blue Christmas
06. Santa Bring My Baby Back (To Me)
07. O Little Town Of Bethlehem
08. Silent Night
09. (There’ll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)
10. I Believe
11. Take My Hand, Precious Lord
12. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)
christmas album alternate:
13. White Christmas (with count in)
Binaural stereo session:
14. (There’ll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me) – (take 5,6,8 & 9 - stereo master)
15. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do) - (take 4)
16. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do) - (take 6 - 12)
17. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do) - (take 13- stereo master)

stereo masters from alternate source:
18. (There’ll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me) – (with count in)
19. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)
from the 'Million Dollar Quartet' session (December 4, 1956):
20. Jingle Bells
21. (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)
Bonus Tracks:
22. White Christmas - (instrumental from the 'Million Dollar Quartet' session)
23. Santa Claus Is Back In Town – (home recording / fragment)
24. (There'll Be )Peace In The Valley For Me) –
( live, january 6 , 1957 – 'The Ed Sullivan Show')
25. I'll Be Home For Christmas – ('Give Elvis For Christmas' version)
26. Silent Night – (with Christmas Message from Elvis)
27. Elvis' Christmas Album (commercial)
track 1-19 & 25-26 recorded January 12,13 & 19 & September 5-7 1957 at Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California.
track 20-22 recorded December 4 1956 at Sun Studio - Memphis, Tennessee with Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis & Carl Perkins.
track 23 recorded in Germany December 1958 • track 24 recorded January 6 1957 Maxine Elliot Theater - New York.

‘Rhythm 'n' Gospel’ New Import Vinyl: The publicity notes… Petticoat records is back! This time with a fantastic vinyl album full of ballads & uptempo gospel tracks.
This high quality album (including bonus CD with same tracklist) featuring 16 rare and hard to find alternate versions is now available.
And as always housed in a STUNNING full color sleeve suitable for framing! (EIN asks, Do fans really frame bootleg album covers still?)
This high quality 180 grams virgin vinyl pressing is now available in WHITE or BLUE vinyl.
Don't miss out on this wonderful limited edition album.

EIN NOTE: All previously released tracks. For vinyl collectors only.


Joshua Fit The Battle - take 2
Swing Down Sweet Chariot - take 3
I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs - take 3
How Great Thou Art - take 1 & 2
So High - take 3
If The Lord Wasn't Walking By My Side -  take 4
Run On - take 2
I've Got Confidence - take 1
Seeing Is Believing - take 10
Bosom Of Abraham - take 3
A Thing Called Love - take 3
I John - take 1
Miracle Of The Rosary - take 1
Put Your Hand In The Hand - master
Help Me - undubbed master
How Great Thou Art - live June 5, 1975 (Hoffheinz Pavilion Houston)

'Las Vegas International Presents Elvis – Now 1971' New MRS Vinyl: Hot on the tails of the FTD 1971 triple-cd-set announcement, the UK Memphis Recording Service notes that it will release its vinyl 180-gram 2LP version of ‘Las Vegas International Presents Elvis – Now 1971’ on 25th November 2022.
The live performances are from 28th January (Midnight) and the closing show 23rd February 1971 from Elvis’ engagement at the Las Vegas International Hotel.
The 2 albums feature 36 tracks from the two concerts plus six key bonus tracks - There Goes My Everything, Only Believe, Release Me, It’s Now or Never,  Snowbird and The Impossible Dream .
This is a Limited Edition sets and will be available in both Black and Clear vinyl.
Please note, the clear vinyl is ONLY available from Elvis fan clubs and exclusive Elvis dealers and will not be available to the mainstream public and stores.

(News, Source;MRS/ElvisInfoNet)

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. That’s All Right
03. I Got a Woman
04. Love Me Tender
05. You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me
06. Sweet Caroline
07. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling
08. Polk Salad Annie
09. Johnny B. Goode
10. Something

01. The Wonder of You
02. Heartbreak Hotel
03. Blue Suede Shoes
04. Hound Dog
05. One Night
06. Teddy Bear
07. Suspicious Minds
08. Coming Home Baby (Instrumental Vamp)
09. The Impossible Dream
10. There Goes My Everything
11. Only Believe

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. That’s All Right
03. I Got a Woman
04. Love Me
05. Mystery Train/Tiger Man
06. Sweet Caroline
07. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling
08. Polk Salad Annie
09. Something
10. Johnny B. Goode


SIDE D – 23rd FEBRUARY 1971 – CLOSING SHOW (Partially Recorded)
01. How Great Thou Art
02. Don’t Be Cruel
03. Heartbreak Hotel
04. Blue Suede Shoes
05. Bridge Over Troubled Water
06. Little Sister/Get Back
07. Hound Dog
08. Release Me
09. It’s Now or Never
10. Snowbird
11. The Impossible Dream

'(It's Fun) Having Elvis On Stage' New DVD: A brand new STAR dvd out now, and it is just the thing the fans have been waiting for!
Lots and lots of 'Sold Out' footage has been released in the last months, great stuff to collect, but it is simply no fun watching it due to bad edits, out of sync sound or both.
STAR has used some of the best performances out there and combined them into a great new release.
Most of these performances are complete. We see and hear Elvis do lots of great songs including rarities like "I'm Leavin' ", "Bosom Of Abraham / You Better Run" and "Big Boss Man"
Not only do we get great songs from soundboard, some tracks even have MULTI TRACK audio, like "Fairytale" (Spring Tours) it is a great version and you can see and hear Elvis frustration at the end when there is a problem with the mike, he runs over to Charlie and throws the damn thing on the ground, you can hear it fall.
Other Multitrack recordings include: "If You Love Me" (Spring Tours), "That's All Right /Proud Mary" (MSG Evening) "Heartbreak Hotel /I’ve Lost You/ Love Me Tender/Words/Sweet Caroline" (August 1970)
The STAR team also wanted to show in this release Elvis connection with the crowd, funny moments, getting gifts etc, to give you the total "Elvis Experience".
Including performances from different tours and years. It really shows "It's fun having Elvis on Stage"
A total of 33 tracks and some bonus tracks will blow you away!
Limited to 500 copies!
Check out the great trailer here 
(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)
DVD Tracklist..
Also Sprach Zarathustra
That’s All Right
Proud Mary
I Got A Woman/Amen
Love Me
Let Me Be There
Steamroller Blues
Hound Dog
Heartbreak Hotel
See See Rider
I Got A Woman/Amen
Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel
All Shook up
Polk Salad Annie
Trying To Get To You
Big Boss Man
I’m Leavin’
You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me
Heartbreak Hotel
I’ve Lost You
Love Me Tender
Sweet Caroline
Jailhouse Rock
Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
Bosom of Abraham/You Better Run
If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
(audience recorded sound)
That's All Right
Blue Christmas
Are You Lonesome Tonight?

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John Wilkinson Tribute & 1972 Interview:
'Elvis: Walk A Mile In My Shoes' - Arjan Deelen Interview:
RIP - Bernard Lansky talks to EIN:
Allyson Adams 'The Rebel and The King' Interview: 
Interview with Elvis Photographer Dagmar:
Linda and Sam Thompson in Australia:
Vernon Presley Interview:
Jerry Leiber Interview for EIN
Elvis Paradise Hawaiian Interview - with Peter Noone
Sam Thompson, Elvis' bodyguard, 2011 Interview
James Burton Interview - Rick Nelson & Elvis:
Elvis Drummer Jerome "Stump" Monroe EIN Interview:
Donnie Sumner Remembers his friend Sherrill Nielsen: 
Lamar Fike EIN Exclusive Interview
Ernst Jorgensen interview about 'The Complete Masters' and more:
D.J Fontana Interview - Elvis Week 2010 special: 
Red West Interview:- 2010 Elvis week special
Linda Thompson - Interview Special:
Elvis in 1969 - Ann Moses & Ray Connolly Interviews:
Ernst Jorgensen interview about 'On Stage' and Elvis' Legacy in 2010:
Dr. Nick talks to EIN
Larry Geller
Mac Davis
Roger Semon
Ernst Jorgensen
Wayne Jackson (Memphis Horns)
Ernst Jorgensen (Record Collector)
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Elvis "Non Stop Erotic Cabaret":
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Elvis' Personal Record Collection:
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Fourteen Key Elvis Singles:
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Elvis at Madison Square Garden 40 Years Ago
'Elvis In Ottawa' Spotlight & Elvis Interview:
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Ernst Jorgensen interview about 'The Complete Masters' and more:
Dark Side of the Colonel
Best of Elvis on YouTube
Graceland cam
EPE's Multimedia Elvis Gallery
Sirius Elvis Satellite Radio
Elvis Radio (ETA's)
Elvis Express Radio
Ultimate Elvis Radio
Elvis Only Radio
"Images in Concert" PhotoDatabase
Radio Interview: Vernon & Gladys Presley
Sanja's Elvis Week 2007 Photo Gallery
'EIN's Best of Elvis on YouTube'
The Music of Elvis Presley - Australian Radio Show
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Ancestors of Elvis
Art Archives
Book Releases 2009
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Elvis and Racism
Elvis as Religion
Elvis CDs in 2007
Elvis DVDs in 2006
Elvis Film Guide
'2007 New Releases'
Elvis Presley In Concert "downunder" 2006
Elvis Online Virtual Library
Elvis Research Forum
Elvis Rules on Television
Graceland - The National Historic Landmark
How & where do I sell my Elvis collection?
Is Elvis the best selling artist?
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Marty's Musings
Online Elvis Symposium
Parkes Elvis Festival 2009 (Australia)
Presley Law legal archives (Preslaw)
Presleys In The Press
Sale of EPE (Archives)
6th Annual Elvis Website Survey
Spotlight on The King
"Wikipedia" Elvis biography