Memory Records will release two new releases from 1976. "Charleston Rocks" contains a soundboard recording of his July 24th, 1976 evening show in Charleston, W.V. Elvis is in fine voice and good spirits, and delights his audience with good versions of "Love Letters", "Hurt" and "And I Love You So". This show was first released about 12 years ago in poor sound on a wrongly-dated import CD, but Memory Records was able to work from a better source tape that was digitally remastered. This CD also contains 10 bonus tracks, including 1976 versions of "Until It's Time For You To Go", "I Just Can't Help Believing", "Softly As I Leave You" and "Return To Sender".
"Last Time I Saw You In Portland" completes the trilogy that was started years ago with the import LP's "One Night In Portland" and "Back In Portland", and contains a (good) audience recording of his November 26th, 1976 show in that city. This CD is packaged with photos courtesy of Bob Heis.