Elvis: The Boston Garden Revisited Blu-ray | November 10, 1971 (Live In Concert) (Elvis Presley)
Brand : Studio B
The Boston Garden Revisited – November 10, 1971. For the first time, a brand new transfer from the soundboard tape was made for this release of the concert. It unveils much more detail and you will hear things you previously may not have noticed. The sheer richness and fullness of the audio is amazing. The idea of a mono recording is gone! And the best thing is, this is the real deal!
To us, this concert doesn't need any enhancements to overwhelm the listener, it is the first row with Elvis and 15,000 fans at the Boston Garden! It sounds all new. There was additional work but it all started with the transfer and we loved it! It's a thrill to hear it like this.
We included due to the large demand the footage of Boston and the November tour also from a new transfer of the material. Almost 2 hours and yes, it includes little bit of new footage too. The very first release in High definition!
As a bonus we added a compilation of Boston and Tuscaloosa to have a more enjoyable viewing experience of the Boston concert. Although priority has been given to the historical content. So you're good to go either way!
All film is from audience 8mm source.
- Proud Mary
- You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
- You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling
- Polk Salad Annie
- Love Me
- Heartbreak Hotel
- Blue Suede Shoes
- One Night
- Hound Dog
- How Great Thou Art
- I'm Leavin'
- Bridge Over Troubled Water
- I Can't Stop Loving You
- Love Me Tender
- Suspicious Minds
- Funny How Time Slips Away
- Can't Help Falling In Love
Lead Guitar: James Burton; rhythm guitar: John Wilkinson; bass: Jerry Scheff; drums: Ronnie Tutt; piano: Glen D. Hardin, acoustic guitar and backing vocals: Charlie Hodge; backing vocals: Kathy Westmoreland, The Sweet Inspirations, J.D. Sumner & The Stamps Quartet. The Tony Bruno Orchestra conducted by Joe Guercio
Boston Garden DVD
Lead guitar: James Burton
Rhythm guitar: John Wilkinson
Acoustic guitar and harmony vocals: Charlie Hodge
Bass: Jerry Scheff
Drums: Ronnie Tutt
Piano: Tony Brown
Electric piano: David Briggs
Vocals: Kathy Westmoreland, Sherrill Nielsen, The Sweet Inspirations and J. D. Sumner & The Stamps
The Joe Guercio Orchestra conducted by Marty Harrel