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the decline of the king
on 16 November 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
All messed up on drugs but good concert
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You blew the ending, the best part of the whole piece.
on 6 March 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a soundboard recording of an Elvis Presley concert in New Haven on July 30, 1976. It is an above average concert from that time period. The setlist is pretty typical, with songs that Elvis had played hundreds of times before. Elvis does put a good effort into the newer songs, but he just goes through the motions on the older songs. He does seem to be in a good mood, which always helps. The CD ends with a bonus track recorded two days later in Virginia. It is the rarely performed "Return To Sender", but don't get your hopes up. It is a case where a fan yelled out the song title and Elvis decided to sing it, even though the band hadn't rehearsed it. That lack of rehearsal is obvious, since Elvis sings the wrong lyrics ("no such number, no such phone").