'Las Vegas Presents Elvis – August 1969'
'Las Vegas Presents Elvis – Jan / February 1970'
'Elvis Summer Festival 1970 - The Rehearsals'

A look at the three new MRS VINYL releases

- Review by Piers Beagley - August 2021

Three new VINYL releases from the MRS label for June 2021.

'Las Vegas International Presents Elvis – August 1969' - Single album.

'Las Vegas International Presents Elvis – January Thru February 1970' - Double album.

'Elvis Summer Festival 1970 - The Rehearsals' - Triple album!

Limited Edition sets available in both Black and Clear vinyl.


On August 16 2021, EIN's Piers Beagley spun the discs and played them loud ....

Due to the country of Australia being in lockdown and nearly all incoming international flights cancelled Amazon UK delivery is understandably very slow. EIN has to thank MRS for arranging a fast DHL direct delivery so that these albums would be here in time for Elvis Week.

What Elvis playlist do you listen to on August 16 ever year?
Mine is always some recent new VINYL.

There is something so tactile and visual about VINYL that not only does it feel more "genuine" but it also reminds me of when Elvis was alive and everything we listened to was on vinyl.
When Elvis died luckily my most recent purchase was the return-to-form single 'Way Down'.
My most recent Elvis album was UK's 'Elvis In Demand' fan club LP.
Both very positive ways to celebrate the loss of the world's greatest entertainer.

This year 2021 - while in CV19 lockdown - my most recently acquired vinyl were the three recent MRS VINYL releases and what fine and innovative albums they are.

While there is no real need to examine their very fine content in detail - as I have already reviewed the CD packages - the heavy 180 gram vinyl versions certainly are not only great vinyl collector treats but also beautifully packaged.

Las Vegas International Presents Elvis – August 1969 - (Single LP 180g)
This single album contains the earliest known recorded performance from Elvis’ first engagement at the Las Vegas International Hotel in August 1969.

The comparison here has to be with the Elvis' RCA 'In Person' album. 
The MRS release features sixteen tracks to RCA's 'In Person' having twelve - sadly missing 'My Babe' but instead featuring the glorious ending of Yesterday/Hey Jude,  In the Ghetto,  Suspicious Minds, What'd I Say, Can’t Help Falling in Love.

From the pounding intro of 'Blue Suede Shoes' to the fabulous ‘What I’d Say’, “I gotta go” it was a stunning return to form.

The real positive is that each side runs over 28 minutes. The original 'In Person' A-side ran only 17 minutes!

Elvis' complete performance on one vinyl album  (ok, minus the monologue) with a stunning cover photo - what more could you want. 

01 Blue Suede Shoes
02 I Got A Woman
03 All Shook Up
04 Love Me Tender
05 Jailhouse Rock/Don't Be Cruel
06 Heartbreak Hotel
07 Hound Dog
08 Memories
09 Mystery Train/Tiger Man

01 Baby, What You Want Me to Do
02 Are You Lonesome Tonight
03 Yesterday/Hey Jude
04 In the Ghetto
05 Suspicious Minds
06 What'd I Say
07 Can’t Help Falling in Love


Check out the size and impact of the MRS album cover next to the RCA 'On Stage' CD

Las Vegas International Presents Elvis – January Thru February 1970 - (2LP 180g GATEFOLD)
This double LP contains Elvis’ second engagement at the Las Vegas International Hotel in January & February 1970 and what a great cover.

The first LP features Elvis' Opening Show, 26th JANUARY 1970, the second album features the season's Closing Show, 23rd FEBRUARY 1970.

While the Opening Show features the delight of Elvis introducing a pile of new songs to his set list including 'Proud Mary', 'Don't Cry Daddy' 'Kentucky Rain' and 'Let It Be Me', it is power and fun of Elvis' Closing Show that I personally prefer.

Presented in the MRS newly created “Stereo” version the original soundboard tape was also recorded in far better audio quality. The season is over, Elvis has a holiday in his sights and he's up for some fun.

The gatefold sleeve inside

This Closing Show featured the fabulous run of  'Lawdy Miss Clawdy', 'Heartbreak Hotel', 'One Night', 'It's Now or Never', 'Suspicious Minds' 'Can't Help Falling in Love' as the intense power ending to his first 1970 Las Vegas season.

Note that to fit to a playable vinyl duration MRS have edited out the 'Introductions'. Fine by me, although it’s a shame that Elvis no longer explains before 'Lawdy Miss Clawdy' about playing the piano, "this is something I very seldom do. Hang Loose."

Each side runs a delicious 27 minutes.

You can compare both of these albums to Elvis' RCA 'On Stage' 1970 album. While the RCA vinyl felt truly impressive in 1970 with Elvis trying out his new material it only featured ten tracks (and even then two taken from 1969!) and only ran 17 minutes each side.  

01 All Shook Up
02 That´s All Right
03 Proud Mary
04 Don´t Cry Daddy
05 (Let Me be Your) Teddy Bear/Don´t Be Cruel
06 Long Tall Sally
07 Let It Be Me
08 I Can´t Stop Loving You
09 Walk A Mile in My Shoes
10 In the Ghetto

01 True Love Travels on A Gravel Road
02 Sweet Caroline
03 Polk Salad Annie
04 Introductions
05 Kentucky Rain
06 Suspicious Minds
07 Can’t Help Falling in Love

01 Opening Vamp/All Shook Up
02 I Got A Woman
03 Long Tall Sally
04 Don´t Cry Daddy
05 Elvis Talks
06 Hound Dog
07 Love Me Tender
08 Kentucky Rain
09 Let It Be Me
10 I Can’t Stop Loving You
11 See See Rider

01 Sweet Caroline
02 Polk Salad Annie
03 Lawdy Miss Clawdy
04 Heartbreak Hotel
05 One Night
06 It´s Now or Never
07 Suspicious Minds
08 Elvis Talks
09 Can´t Help Falling in Love


Elvis Summer Festival 1970 - The Rehearsals - (3LP 180g GATEFOLD)
This triple album set contains rehearsal highlights from one of the most memorable periods in Elvis’ career recorded before his captivating 'TTWII' MGM filmed performances at The International Hotel Las Vegas in the summer of 1970.

The album features 48 recordings from Elvis' rehearsals at MGM Culver City 15 July 1970 as well as his stunning session at RCA Studios, Hollywood, 24 July 1970. (see vinyl tracklist below)

A TRIPLE VINYL Elvis Presley album - now that is a treat for 2021. And what a stunning cover - and the triple inside cover is even better featuring some exciting and colourful shots of Elvis in action!

Comparing it to RCA's 'That's The Way It is' cover of the time puts the original to shame.

After all those bright colourful album covers of the sixties what was Col Parker thinking! Couldn't he afford to pay the photographers for colour film!

Below check out the size and impact of one main photo inside the MRS album and remember what Col Parker released back in 1970 for TTWII back-cover!

As noted in EIN's MRS 'The Rehearsals' CD review it is the 24th July 1970 session that really stands out.
.. "To be honest I could never understand why this stunning July 24th rehearsal set was never a mainstream RCA release."

‘I Just Can't Help Believin’’, ‘Mary In The Morning’, ‘You've Lost That Loving Feeling’,  a full-blast ‘Johnny B Goode’,  ‘Make The World Go Away’, ‘Stranger In My Home Town’, ‘I Washed My Hand In Muddy Water’ all glorious rehearsals and in fabulous audio quality.

Two lovely albums cover the 24th July session with 24 minutes each side.

Far longer than any of his actual concerts - nearly two hours of Elvis rehearsing in top form - with tracks such as ‘Polk Salad Annie’, ‘I Can't Stop Loving You’, ‘Just Pretend’, ‘Sweet Caroline’, ‘Words’ and ‘Suspicious Minds’ all performed with hardly a breather, this really does sound like a genuine rhythm section dress rehearsal.

On Elvis "Remembrance Day" I played this one rehearsal session twice through and thought of our hero.

This would have made a great post 1977 RCA double album. I wonder why Joan Deary never considered it.


Overall Verdict: Yet more stylish treats for Elvis vinyl collectors. Printed on heavy vinyl all three releases sound extremely fine, even with the lengthy run time of each side. While the 1969 / 1970 concerts cannot match the RCA recorded multi-tracks in pure stereo sound mix they still sound very fine and the volume can be cranked up high. Of course 'Summer Festival The Rehearsals' was recorded stereo in RCA's Hollywood studio so has perfect sound. I found playing these delicate versions of ‘I've Lost You’, ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ and ‘I Just Can't Help Believin’’, recorded over fifty years ago yet only now released on vinyl, a perfect fit for my August 16 reflective mood.


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Review by Piers Beagley.
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MGM Sound Stage 1, Culver City, Los Angeles, 15 July 1970
01. Stagger Lee
02. Got My Mojo Working
03. I’ve Lost You
04. Stranger in the Crowd (Rehearsal 1)
05. The Next Step Is Love
06. You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me
07. Sweet Caroline
08. Yesterday
09. Ghost Riders in the Sky*
10. Runaway*

MGM Sound Stage 1, Culver City, Los Angeles, - 15 July 1970
01. Peter Gunn Theme
02. That’s All Right
03. Twenty Days and Twenty Nights (Rehearsal 2)
04. Patch It Up
05. Cotton Fields
06. Sylvia
07. Stranger in the Crowd (Rehearsal 2)
MGM Sound Stage 1, Culver City, Los Angeles, - 29 July 1970
08. (Now and Then There’s) A Fool Such as I
09. Such A Night
10. It’s Now or Never

RCA Studios, Hollywood, California 24 July 1970
01. That’s All Right
02. I Got A Woman
03. The Wonder of You
04. I’ve Lost You
05. The Next Step Is Love
06. Stranger in The Crowd
07. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ (Rehearsal 1)
08. Something

RCA Studios, Hollywood, California 24 July 1970
01. Don’t Cry Daddy (Faster Tempo)
02. You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me
03. Polk Salad Annie
04. Bridge Over Troubled Water
05. I Can’t Stop Loving You
06. Just Pretend
07. Sweet Caroline
08. Words

Even the LP labels all feature Elvis' paisley shirt print - very stylish!

RCA Studios, Hollywood, California 24 July 1970
01. Suspicious Minds
02. I Just Can’t Help Believin’ (Rehearsal 1)
03. Tomorrow Never Comes
04. Mary In the Morning
05. Twenty Days and Twenty Nights
06. I Just Can’t Help Believin’ (Rehearsal 2)

RCA Studios, Hollywood, California 24 July 1970
01. Heart of Rome
02. Memories
03. Johnny B. Goode
04. Make the World Go Away
05. Stranger in My Own Hometown
06. I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water

. . . .

'Summer Festival 1970: The Rehearsals' In-Depth Review: MRS's new triple-CD set 'Summer Festival 1970: The Rehearsals' was released last month.
The CDs contain rehearsal highlights from one of the most memorable periods in Elvis’ career - his captivating performances at The International Hotel Las Vegas in the summer of 1970. With remastered audio and accompanying 40-page booklet the package is aimed at the general public, plus Elvis collectors who could not afford last year's FTD fan club deluxe release.
Elvis’ glorious rehearsals on 24 July at RCA studios are the real key to this release. Twenty seven classic performances and with Elvis not only rehearsing the familiar songs we would all come to know from the MGM movie but also songs he would never perform on stage.

EIN's Nigel Patterson and Piers Beagley check out this new collection and discover some neat surprises along the way.

(CD REviews, Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)

‘Elvis - The First Engagements 1969-70’ In-Depth Review: MRS's new triple-CD set ‘Las Vegas International Presents Elvis - The First Engagements 1969-70’ was released last month. The CDs contain three captivating performances drawn from Elvis’ first two engagements at the Las Vegas International in August 1969 and January thru February 1970.
For the first time ever, these soundboard recordings (formerly in mono) have been remastered and remixed to true stereo with outstanding expertise using the most sophisticated technologies to achieve the best possible sound.
The accompanying 40-page booklet includes rare photographs and memorabilia taken during these engagements along with introductory notes.

EIN's Nigel Patterson and Piers Beagley check out this new collection and discover just how good these concerts sound in stereo - a perfect concert package for any Elvis fan.

(CD Reviews, Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)

EIN's reviews of other MRS releases:

The Complete 50s Movie Masters Session Recordings

Elvis Studio Sessions '56 The Complete Recordings

The Complete Works 1953-1955

Elvis On Television 1956-1960

Elvis Live in the 50s The Complete Concert Recordings

Off Duty with Private Presley

Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley

Memphis Recording Service Volume 2 'The Rise of Elvis Presley' 1955

Memphis Recording Service Volume 1 'The Beginning of Elvis Presley' 1953-1954

'Elvis - Made In Germany’ In-Depth Review: The new MRS 'Elvis - Made In Germany – The Complete Private Recordings’ 4CD set contains more than 3 hours of the private recordings Elvis made while off duty in Germany when he was serving as a soldier in the US army during the 1958 -1960 period and, includes rare tracks from a recently discovered tape comprising over an hour of unheard personal recordings.
The 152-page hardback book contains rare photographs and documents plus a comprehensive text provided by Gordon Minto, which discusses each of Elvis’ RCA studio (non-film) recording sessions held during 1957-58, before focusing on the private recordings he made in Germany.
The BONUS CD features the essential RCA studio masters from 1957-58.

With such an expansive book, along with hours of Elvis jamming with his friends in Germany, there is plenty to discuss as well as finding out what extra material this set contains over the official releases.

Go here as EIN's Nigel Patterson & Piers Beagley provide an in-depth review of this new MRS release

(Book Reviews, Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)

'The Complete ‘50s Movie Masters And Session Recordings' In-Depth Review: This MRS 'The Complete ‘50s Movie Masters And Session Recordings' 5CD/Book combo pays tribute to Elvis Presley’s complete music recordings made for his movies during the 1950s.
The 5CDs contain the complete works of the master and session studio recordings made for each of Elvis’ movies during the 1950s, and all tracks have been remastered.
The 200-page book focuses on each of the recording sessions held for the four motion pictures made between August 1956 and March 1958.
The comprehensive text is complemented by rare and previously unseen photographs and documentation.

So what surprises will collectors discover in this new set, what is in this new collection that FTD have missed and how good will the audio sound.

Go here as EIN's Nigel Patterson & Piers Beagley provide an in-depth review of this new MRS release

(Book Reviews, Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)

‘ELVIS: Studio Sessions 1956' In-Depth Review: MRS newest release, a massive 3CD/172 page book compilation "Elvis Studio Sessions ‘56 The Complete Recordings". The 172-page book, with text by Gordon Minto, focuses on each of Elvis’ studio recording sessions during his first year of national stardom - from the first one in January, held in Nashville, then later in New York, before finishing his final session of the year in Hollywood in September. The full and comprehensive text is complemented by rare and previously unseen photographs and pieces of documentation.
The 3CDs contain the complete archival master and session studio recordings of Elvis Presley from 1956, along with bonus interviews. All 90 tracks have been remastered and restored. Also for the first time on CD is the complete ‘The Truth About Me’ from an original US 45rpm flexi-disc. Also included are all the out-takes from this interview.

Once again MRS release a first putting all of Elvis' key 1956 Studio Session masters onto one disc, with the addition of two other fully-packed cds of 1956 material and a stunning 172 page book. But what does this set offer over other previous releases
Go here as EIN's Nigel Patterson and Piers Beagley check out this new volume from MRS to find what is on offer. Includes stunning example photos & a detailed audio investigation.
(Book Review: Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)

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