12:00 AM

Making its year-end debut is a brand new and exciting, unreleased, Elvis show on the brand new Ragdoll label! For the label's maiden outing, the folks at Ragdoll have chosen the Las Vegas midnight show of August 27, 1974. Simply titled, "12:00 am", the newly re-mastered recording finds Elvis in superb form and in fine spirits. From discussing Karate and his relationship with his fans to delivering powerful and rockin' versions of "It's Midnight", "Mountain", "Trilogy, "Big Boss Man" and "If You Talk In Your Sleep" respectively, Elvis is committed to please. The introduction of Red West is most unique with Elvis rattling off the titles of West's song compositions! Ragdoll's debut is a 2-cd set comprising the show in its entirety. Handsomely packaged to include a 8-page booklet featuring rare photos to compliment the sonic clarity, Ragdoll promises a bright future! 

Tracklisting:

CD 1:
1. Voice (Warm Up Performance, prior to Elvis’ show)    2. 2001 Theme    3. See See Rider    4. Elvis Talks About Being Unwell    5. I Got A Woman / Amen    6. Love Me    7. If You love Me Let Me Know 8. It's Midnight    9. Big Boss Man    10. Elvis Corrects JD's Singing 11. Fever 12. Love Me Tender 13. All Shook Up    14. Elvis Talks About Kisses Girls and Gifts    15. The Wonder Of You 
CD-2
16. Softly As I Leave You    17. Hound Dog    18. You Gave Me A Mountain 19. An American Trilogy    20. Band Introductions    21. If You Talk In Your Sleep 22. Elvis Mentions His 8th Degree Black Belt    23. Why Me Lord    24. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel    25. Hawaiian Wedding Song 26. Let Me Be There    27. Elvis Introduces His Father 28. It's Now Or Never 29. Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp

Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Dec 2, 2016 
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Reactions

Ronaldv (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 2, 2017report abuse
GREAT concert! Sound is clear and very good. Buy it! You will not be disappointed.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 4, 2016report abuse
Yes. It will be released. Not the same guys. That wold be nonsense anyway.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 2, 2016report abuse
Its the same as the previous Hilton Showroom Vol. 6. Dont undestand such a release.I´d go for Hiton Showroom because I have all volumes until now.

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