The soundboard release 'The Man In White Vol. 2' from the Lone Star label is a painful mistake. Somehow the producers released a show which was released before on the CD 'Still Rockin’ The Nation".
Volume one of 'The Man In White' had a very stylish design, this release is less stylish, it is average. They used some pictures from the concert date and a small quote from Pal Granlund on the tour.
The sound quality is good, it might even be a little brighter than the 'Still Rockin' The nation' release.
Elvis is not very strong in the early concerts of in this tour, for example the Tuscaloosa show lasted 45 minutes. At the end of the tour Elvis' performance became a bit better. The same goes for this show. It is pretty standard, and so is the performance. Somehow Elvis got in a better mood after Nielsen's performance of 'Danny Boy'. After 'That's All Right Mama' he does 'Blue Christmas' (in September) and an o.k. version of the 'Mystery Train / Tiger Man' medley.
If you have 'Still Rockin' The Nation' stick to that release. If not, you might want to get this one to complete your concert collection. The good thing about this release is the announcement of 'Elvis - The Man In White Vol. 3' with the Las Vegas, August 14th, 1970 midnight show featuring "You Don't Know Me", "The Johnny Cash Medley" "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" and others.
Also Sprach Zarathustra - See See Rider / I Got A Woman - Amen/ Love Me / Fairytale / You Gave Me A Mountain / All Shook Up / Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel / And I Love You So / Jailhouse Rock / Fever / America (with reprise) / Band Introductions / Early Morning Rain / What'd I Say / Johnny B. Goode / Ronnie Tutt Drum Solo / Jerry Scheff Bass Solo / David Briggs Piano Solo / Love Letters / School Days / Hurt (with reprise) / Hound Dog / Danny Boy (Sung By Sherrill Nielsen) / That's All Right / Blue Christmas / Mystery Train - Tiger Man / Funny How Time Slips Away Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp