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Elvis Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis (Legacy Edition) Double CD

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Product details

  • Audio CD (17 Mar. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Sony Music Cmg
  • ASIN: B00HQLZC7C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Also Sprach Zarathustra
  2. See See Rider
  3. I Got A Woman/Amen
  4. Love Me
  5. Trying To Get To You
  6. All Shook Up
  7. Steamroller Blues
  8. Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel
  9. Love Me Tender
  10. Long Tall Sally - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
  11. Fever
  12. Polk Salad Annie
  13. Why Me Lord
  14. How Great Thou Art
  15. Suspicious Minds
  16. Introductions
  17. Help Me
  18. An American Trilogy
  19. Let Me Be There
  20. My Baby Left Me
  21. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
  22. Funny How Time Slips Away
  23. Can't Help Falling In Love
  24. Closing Vamp

Disc: 2

  1. Also Sprach Zarathustra
  2. See See Rider
  3. I Got A Woman/Amen
  4. Love Me
  5. Trying To Get To You
  6. All Shook Up
  7. Steamroller Blues
  8. Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel
  9. Love Me Tender
  10. Long Tall Sally - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
  11. Fever
  12. Polk Salad Annie
  13. Why Me Lord
  14. How Great Thou Art
  15. Suspicious Minds
  16. Introductions
  17. Help Me
  18. An American Trilogy
  19. Let Me Be There
  20. My Baby Left Me
  21. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
  22. Funny How Time Slips Away
  23. Can't Help Falling In Love
  24. Closing Vamp
  25. Down In The Alley (previously unreleased)
  26. Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues (previously unreleased)
  27. Softly As I Leave You
  28. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (previously unreleased)
  29. The Twelfth Of Never

Product Description

Product Description

Elvis Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis presents one of the most legendary performers of all time in his home town of Memphis where it all began. Not only does this 2CD Legacy Edition set feature tracks not included on the original album, it also features previously unreleased material and a 24 page booklet with rare photos, previously unseen memorabilia, new liner notes, press clips and more.
Elvis’s attention to detail and showmanship is very evident on this release as Disc 2 shows him performing hits such as “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” and “Softly As I Leave You” for an upcoming Las Vegas engagement in preparation. Furthermore, the entire recording is actually a full scale live recording “test run” in front of a live audience in preparation for his historic concert return to Memphis, where he’d last played live in 1957.
The remarkable performance was recorded in MONO, drenched in the reverb Elvis preferred, and provides new insight into the magic of Elvis. This specially remastered release is available from 17th March, exactly 20 years since the original performance was recorded.

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This concert was recorded in Memphis on 20 march 1974. Elvis was on good form and put on a good show. The concert was originally released by RCA the same year, edited to fit on one LP.
It is great to see this concert finally released complete and unedited. The sound has been re-mastered and the quality is very good. The packaging is unusual both in size ( approx 18cm sq ) and format, having a gatefold sleeve the front of which is designed to replicate the original LP sleeve. When opened the centre of the cover is designed to look like the original LP, the CD is mounted in the middle and has a design that replicates the centre of the original LP. The back flap incorporates a colour booklet which has some nice concert photos and information.
This is a must for any fan and superior in quality to any of the other FTD concert releases.
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This concert is Elvis singing in his own home town; never an easy task for an artist and the fact is acknowledged by him towards the end of the show. Perhaps because it is 'back down south' there is an air of 'country' to the songs, with the backings being more in the rhythm and blues style which his home town audience would have been been familiar with. His voice is very good and very strong and his version of 'How Great Thou Art' on this album is probably one of his finest performances of this song. The Medley tracks are more impressive than the listings suggest and with each song being in the same key Elvis keeps moving effortlessly and smoothly along. The audience is very responsive and seems to bring out the best side of the King; his sense of humour and his genuine appreciation of their applause comes across right through the show. Although the show is one of the shorter ones, at about 45 minutes, any edits do not show and the concert seems complete. Also the variety of the songs and Elvis' effortless stage presence makes the experience seem much longer. This is the soundtrack to a very pleasant and enjoyable show and it makes you wish that you had been present.
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Elvis tour of March of '74 took him to his home town, and a record was madeas testimony, and it stands as the only real proof of why people think that '74 was a golden year for Elvis, as it was a golden year for touring only. Elvis was evidently in great voice, so it's a crime that he didn't feel the need to enter a recording a studio and try out some new material. Never mind.
This is, in my view, the best Elvis live album available. On release, large chunks of the show were removed, intelligently mostly material that had been available 18 months previously on Aloha From Hawaii, but on rerelease the concert is released in its entiery, which makes it great value for money.
As usual Elvis finds it hard to let "I've Got A Woman" end, but unlike other Elvis concerts I've heard (and I've heard a few by now) he's a real passion for his older material, "Love Me" has fire, the rock'n'roll medly has Elvis' full comitment, "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" and "My Baby left Me" sounds great while "Trying To Get To You" is just amazing! Even the usualy shabby "All Shook Up" and "Teddy Bear" come across as more 'musical' than usual.
This concert wasn't about Elvis' newer material, but nevertheless "Let Me Be There" and "Streamroller Blues" are fine records.
But the hights appear in the middle of record. "Why Me Lord" is a truly great record, sung here by J.D. Sumner and Elvis, and just listen to the fire and passion in that chorus. Wow. Following this Elvis cuts into "How Great Thou Art". If you listen to Elvis sing this song in '77, it sounds like an impersionist. Here the emotion and passion of the gospel classic totally overwhelsm Elvis and his voice seems to encopase the room. In '77 he just shouts. It's a fine line, but here Elvis is very much on the right side and turns in a sublime performance.
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At last 30 years after the original release thanks to FTD we have the show released in its entirety. The show is the last of a 15 city March 1974 tour and was recorded on Wednesday the 20th of March at the Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee at 2130. If you own the original version, which is an edited version of the show, then you will be pleased to learn that the obtrusive audience overdubs during songs have been removed which improves the sound. The show starts as most 70's Elvis shows did with Richard Strauss' Also Sprach Zarathrustra, See See Rider and the I Got A Woman/Amen medley which includes J.D. Sumner showing off his mega bass voice at Elvis' bequest. Love Me is given a standard performance as Elvis is still warming up. Trying To Get To You is excellent and shows that the King is in good voice but All Shook Up is too short and seems rushed. Steamroller Blues however is quite different, this version already released on Elvis Platinum is given a bluesy performance and put into the context of a whole show is better than the Aloha version. Teddy Bear/Don't be Cruel are well sung but again more rushed than in the 50's. Love Me Tender is fine and gives Elvis a chance to smooch with the ladies in the audience. The Rock 'n' Roll medley is next and songs that would normally be given a throwaway performance are moulded together to make an excelent 3 and a half minute medley. This leads into an unusual but marvellous version of Fever which shows Elvis having fun and giving some wonderful Ad-Libs. Polk Salad Annie follows and is given a wonderful bluesy performance. The tempo of the show then drops with the gospel song Why Me Lord with the verses sung by J.D. Sumner and leads into one of the gems of the show How Great Thou Art.Read more ›
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