Elvis Live At Del Webb‘s

The new Touchdown release will be a good sounding audience recording from the midnight show on May 25, 1974 in Lake Tahoe. Also the recording isn’t fully complete, we thought as it is such a fine concert that it deserves a release. For your information we like to add, that the introductions of the musicians, the singers and the orchestra are missing. Also omitted from the recording is “Funny How Time Slips Away”. A different source includes the song, but the soundquality was really bad. So for a better listening experience we decided to not include it. “Big Boss Man” and “Can’t Help Falling In Love” are from the same source as the main part of the show, but both are probably from a lower-generation tape. They were first used for the old bootleg "Big Boss Man In Lake Tahoe" to complete the recording of the Dinner Show on May 24, 1974. Nonetheless the soundquality is nearly the same. Added to the midnight show from May 25, 1974 are three bonus songs from the dinner show on May 24, 1974: “Help Me”, “An American Trilogy” and “I’ll Remember You” (first released on the CD “Big Boss Man At Lake Tahoe”).


[01] See See Rider [2:53] - [02] I Got A Woman/Amen [5:36] - [03] Elvis Welcomes The Audience [0:32] - [04] Love Me [1:33] - [05] Trying To Get To You [2:34] - [06] All Shook Up [1:07] - [07] Love Me Tender [1:47] - [08] Havin‘ Fun On Stage [0:29] - [09] Surrender (one line)/ You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me [2:02] - [10] Johnny B Goode [1:53] - [11] Hound Dog [1:22] - [12] Fever [3:12] - [13] Polk Salad Annie [4:04] - [14] Why Me Lord [2:53] - [15] You Gave Me A Mountain [3:25] - [16] Suspicious Minds [3:43] - [17] I Can’t Stop Loving You [2:21] - [18] I’m Leavin’ [3:31] - [19] Bridge Over Troubled Water [4:30] - [20] Let Me Be There [2:52] - [21] The Wonder Of You [2:04] - [22] Big Boss Man [2:33] - [23] Can’t Help Falling In Love [2:06] - [24] Help Me [2:39] - [25] An American Trilogy [3:54] - [26] I’ll Remember You [2:25]

Tracks 1-23 recorded on May 25, 1974 (MS)
Tracks 24-26 recorded on May 24, 1974 (DS)" 

Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Feb 15, 2016 
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mikael69 (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 22, 2016report abuse
thank you Cisco
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 19, 2016report abuse
I dont have an index and I dont promote the book. I just answered a question.
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 19, 2016report abuse
just give a PROPER INDEX to sessions IV please and then i will buy it!
TheMemphisFan (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 18, 2016report abuse
I'll gladly buy the Elvis Sessions IV book, but only if the price is reasonable. There are probably others that feel the same way.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 17, 2016report abuse
I am doing the complete bootleg section there..studio and live with hundreds of titles. It will be out later this year..Joe told me. So lets wait a bit.
Dazman (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 17, 2016report abuse
Ciscoking; I'm glad you brought up the subject of "Sessions 4". We may never have found out from Joe himself anytime soon. Do you have any input on this project? And thanks MemphisFan for asking the burning question.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 17, 2016report abuse
Later this year and all correct dates will be included.
TheMemphisFan (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 16, 2016report abuse
Ciscoking, you made mention of "Sessions 4" book by Joe Tunzi. When will that finally be released?
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 16, 2016report abuse
Elvis didn't sing Funny How Time Slips Away in this Show. The Disk is rongly dated. Also the bonus songs.
Correct dates will appear in Sessions 4 by Joe Tunzi. Sound is also just soso. Good shoe, though. I'd say for collectors of such stuff its okay.
Yoshi (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 16, 2016report abuse
The description is something at least I had to read twice. Is this the best of the rest? "We filled up here and fixed up there and this is missing and that is missing".
I would have used the low-quality missing songs from the second source as bonus. Come on, this is a collectors CD only concert collectors will buy. And even they won't play it on an everyday basis. It is not made to compete with the SONY masters box. So why not fill it up with the missing stuff from the other source? At least as bonus songs. I would make me say: "It's trash but at least I have this date complete in my collection". Lucky enough I have this show as free CD-R for years in my collection.

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