Cover Art Las Vegas Attraction Number 1

This is the cover art for the upcoming Showroom Records import release "Las Vegas Attraction Number 1". This is the new title for the CD, earlier mentioned as "A Dinner Show In Bright Light City" featuring a live recording from the December 3, 1975 10 P.M. show as recorded at the Hilton Hotel showroom in Las Vegas.

According to the press-release he was in a great mood, having a lot of fun with his audience. The total playing time is over 73 minutes and the show stopping highlight is a breathtaking version of "How Great Thou Art”.

Tracklisting:

01 | Also Sprach Zarathustra (0:48)
02 | See See Rider (3:45)
03 | I Got A Woman / Amen (5:53)
04 | Love Me (3:22)
05 | Fairytale (3:15)
06 | Big Boss Man (2:45)
07 | And I Love You So (3:37)
08 | Elvis Talks (3:12)
09 | Trying To Get To You (2:08)
10 | All Shook Up (1:03)
11 | Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel (2:41)
12 | Blue Christmas (2:10)
13 | Polk Salad Annie (incomplete) (3:39)
14 | Band Introductions (1:13)
15 | Johnny B. Goode (0:53)
16 | Drum Solo Ronnie Tutt (1:06)
17 | Bass Solo Jerry Scheff 1:38)
18 | Piano Solo Glen D. Hardin (1:06)
19 | Band Introductions (0:24)
20 | School Days (with reprise) (1:34)
21 | My Boy (4:00)
22 | Just Pretend (3:57)
23 | How Great Thou Art (with reprise) (4:45)
24 | Burning Love (2:59)
25 | Softly As I Leave You (2:35)
26 | Mystery Train / Tiger Man (3:39)
27 | America The Beautiful (2:22)
28 | Can't Help Falling In Love (1:47)
29 | Closing Vamp (0:51)

Source: Email / Updated: Mar 9, 2009 
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the colonel (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 11, 2009report abuse
if anybody knows where i can get these import cd's please let me know,
Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 11, 2009report abuse
Tony Brown was a lousy piano player - nowhere near as flexible or capable as Glen D. I've heard lots of shows when Elvis wants to do songs like Blue Hawaii or Blueberry Hill and when he asks Tony to start them he doesn't know them. Brown was only there because of his association with J.D. Sumner.
the colonel (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 10, 2009report abuse
a great release for sure just love most of the performances he gave durring this engagement.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 10, 2009report abuse
The shows of this Vegas stand were really good..no doubt about it..Elvis was in high spirits and we have excellent setlists..

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