Love Me Tonight

From the "SR" label the new CD "Love me tonight" featuring an unreleased show from Las Vegas February 13, 1971 Midnight Show. After a long research we finally located a good tape that gives us the possibility to produce another show from Elvis fourth season.

The midnight show from February 13th has no surprises in the tracklist, but the show is extremely solid and good, the sound is good and powerful using a straight copy of the original source tape. Elvis' performance on these early season nights is superb as he is still performing to the best of his ability. Although he delivers short shows they are delivered in a very intense, crisp and fresh manner that cannot be denied.

Elvis was on stage to have fun and demonstrated this during the older, classic numbers, but songs such as 'Polk Salad Annie', 'You've Lost That Loving Feeling' and 'Sweet Caroline' never sounded better. The season will be remembered for the beautiful new closing number ‘The Impossible Dream’ which Elvis sang with power and feeling giving us proof that Elvis continued to grow as a performer. 

As everybody knows SR concentrates its work on Elvis early 70's live period, trying to produce unreleased shows with Elvis at the top of his possibilities. In this new release, we are proud to present the complete show from February 13th, midnight performance of the fourth Elvis’ historical Vegas season.

To be released in early September

Source: Elvis Information Network / Updated: Aug 15, 2013
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VivaLasDavies (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 18, 2013report abuse
The two current best labels for soundboard shows - Gravel Road and Audionics.
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 18, 2013report abuse
Yes simple 'Boxcar' i only buy SA,Audionics and occasionally Vegas Variety releases~!
Tracey Jayne (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2013report abuse
Boxcar, AR (audience recordings) are usually ok but can be hard work trying to listen too etc,so for me the golden rule is stick to soundboard/FTD etc unless of course you want everything good or bad.Touchdown and SR have released some good shows in the past but as always do some homework on each release and you won't go far from advice from Ciscoking.
Boxcar (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2013report abuse
"You Don't Know Me" you rate Touchdown's new release as "Forget It". You don't recommand SR. Is there any "parallel market" I don't know about where everything is top-notch for the average concert collector?
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2013report abuse
What does SR stand for? Same Rubbish? Sky Rocket? Sh*t Records? ...
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 16, 2013report abuse
i repeat the same WARNING!~ Beware! Second rate label, SR.
Ronaldv (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 15, 2013report abuse
Beware! Second rate label, SR.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 15, 2013report abuse
The show is great but I doubt that the sound will be great, too..debut on silver disc. Take it with reservations.

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