Bringing It All Back Home

The label Venus Productions will soon release the double CD set Bringing It All Back Home featuring two concerts recorded in Elvis’ hometown. These concerts were previously released on "Hello Memphis" and "Let Me Take You Home".

From the press-release

The first CD will contain the matinee performance of March 16, 1974, his first live appearance in Memphis since 1961. The source used was the first generation soundboard tape for optimum sound quality.

The second CD features the only performance of Elvis at the Mid-South Coliseum in 1975. For the first time EVER this concert will be as complete as possible with the inclusion of ‘’An American Trilogy‘’ (ending spliced with version from the previous night ), and you’ll be able to hear this show as recorded that night, without any addition of reverb or any other sound gimmicks.

This release as our previous set Black Angels In Vegas will come to you in a beautiful full color, hardcover book with many pictures and liner notes, spread over 132 pages.

Here is your chance to get both shows in the best sound quality ever, in the ultimate package, so … bring them all back home for good!

CD 1 Memphis, TN March 16, 1974 AS 

1- Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra ; 2- C.C. 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- Johnny B. Goode ; 11- Hound Dog ; 12- Fever ; 13- Polk Salad Annie ; 14- Why Me Lord ? ; 15- Suspicious Minds ; 16- Band Introductions ; 17- I Can't Stop Loving You ; 18- Help Me ; 19- An American Trilogy ; 20- Let Me Be There ( with reprise ) ; 21- Funny How Time Slips Away ; 22- Can't Help Falling In Love ; 23- Closing Vamp

Total running time: 58:10

CD 2 Memphis, TN  June 10, 1975  

1-Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra ; 2- C.C. Rider ; 3- I Got A Woman / Amen ; 4- Love Me ; 5- If You Love Me ( Let Me Know ) ; 6- Love Me Tender (with false start ) ; 7- All Shook Up ; 8- Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel ; 9- Hound Dog ; 10- Fairytale ; 11- Burning Love ; 12- Band Introduction #1 ; 13- Johnny B. Goode ( featuring James Burton ) ; 14- Drum Solo ( featuring Ron Tutt ) ; 15- Bass solo ( featuring Jerry Scheff ) ; 16- Piano solo ( featuring Glen D. Hardin ) ; 17- Band Introduction #2 ; 18- School Day ( featuring J. Guercio & orchestra ) ; 19- Introduction of Vernon Presley and Dr. Nick ; 20-T-R-O-U-B-L-E  ; 21- Why Me Lord ? ; 22- How Great Thou Art ( with reprise ) ; 23- Let Me Be There ; 24- Funny How Time Slips Away ( with reprise ) ; 25- Little Darlin' ; 26- An American Trilogy ( spliced * ) ; 27- Mystery Train / Tiger Man ** ; 28- Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing vamp ** 


29- An American Trilogy ( unedited-June 10, 1975 ) 

* Last 30 seconds from Jackson MS June 9, 1975

** Jackson ,MS June 9, 1975

Total running time: 70:28

Source: Email / Updated: Nov 14, 2009 
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benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 16, 2009report abuse
Thks Ciscoking ! Great to have some experts on this site, and you're one of them ! Always El.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 16, 2009report abuse
I is what was actually recorded of the song w/o the splicing with the Jackson show. Two excellent concerts btw...
benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 16, 2009report abuse
Can somebody pls explain this : Disc 2 (Memphis june 10th 1975) : track 26 is "American Trilogy" and is spliced. As a bonus, track 29, "American Trilogy", is said to be also from june 10th, but "unedited" ???? Thks in advance. Always El.
2kisses&3scarfs (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 16, 2009report abuse
These are two excellent concerts. The originals sound great, so I don't think they could possibly improve on the sound. I love the original CD, "Let Me Take You Home" (1975)- Elvis gives a terrific performance!
Zoltan84 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 15, 2009report abuse
It's essential for those who don't have these concerts. Elvis was great in march 74 and he was still was quite good in june 75,too.
Jerome-the-third (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 15, 2009report abuse
as much as I loved Black Angels in Vegas, I recently bought A day in dayton, which is great. I don't think this 1974 concert ads something new. Also the 75 concert doesn't seem all that exciting. The packaging will be good I think but that doesn't want me to spend that money..
Erika Freiburger (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 15, 2009report abuse
I still don't have these concert so i will buy it. The first release from this label was great,i hope it will be at least as good. Love,Erika
circleG (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 15, 2009report abuse
i don't like these double Cd's when it comes to concerts. for some reason i prefer them packaged seperately. looks interesting though
i saw the light (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 15, 2009report abuse
I bought the "Black Angels In Vegas" and it was an excellent rerelease (improved sound quality + interesting and funny book). I don`t know about this one though... Both shows are previously released , and I've got DAE's 'Let Me Take You Home' bootleg, and the sound is incredible. But I don't have `Hello Memphis'...and 40 euros just to get this one is too much.
marco31768 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 14, 2009report abuse
The first Venus' release was fantastic. I hope it will be grtat this second too !
elvis sweden (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 14, 2009report abuse
I can just agree in what CiscoKing says this time.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 14, 2009report abuse
Well....for newbies essential....for ardent collectors..superfluous..the originals are unbeatable ..there`s no need to have em twice ...

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