Elvis: The Concert Recordings CD | Las Vegas 1971 | Part Four (Elvis Presley)
Brand : Elvis One
Elvis One presents 'The Concert Recordings'! A collection of 4 cd's with soundboard live recordings recorded at the International Hotel in Las Vegas from January and February 1971 plus a few bonus tracks. Included are all known recordings from January 26 (opening night), 27 (midnight show), 28 (midnight show), 29 (dinner show) and February 23 (closing show). These season's shows were quite short (due to hotel management) but Elvis is in an enjoyable mood. There are many highlights including great live recordings from 'Sweet Caroline', 'Make The World Go Away', 'Only Believe', 'Can't Help Falling In Love' (dedicated to Hal Wallis), 'The Impossible Dream', 'How Great Thou Art', 'Something', and many others PLUS also some false starts, one-liners and lyric changes. 'Also Sprach Zarathustra' is played for the very first time during this engagement and the first rendition of this magic opening theme is also presented on this set (opening night, January 26.) Bonus tracks are recordings from the January 28 dinner show, the complete Elvis's Acceptance Speech of the Jaycees Award from January 16, 1971, and a telephone conversation from April 1971.
All recordings for these 4 releases are remastered for optimum sound quality.
Each cd contains a 16-pages booklet with photos and recording information.
And of course these are all limited editions of only 500 copies.
Las Vegas 1971 | Part Four
January 29 1971 | Dinner Show
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. That's All Right
03. I Got A Woman
04. Elvis Talks / Love Me Tender
05. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
06. Elvis Talks About The LA Show
07. Sweet Caroline
08. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
09. Polk Salad Annie
10. Band Introductions
11. Johnny B. Goode
12. Band Introductions
14. Heartbreak Hotel
15. Elvis Talks / Blue Suede Shoes
16. Loving You (excerpt)
17. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
18. Hound Dog
19. Elvis Talks / Snowbird (with 2 false starts)
20. Elvis Talks
21. The Impossible Dream
22. Closing Vamp
April 1971 | Telephone Call
From Denver, Co To Memphis, Tn
23. Conversation with DEA Detective Ron Wentz