New Memory Records Releases

Memory Records will release two new CDs next week, with previously unreleased shows from newly discovered tapes. The first CD is titled "The Midnight Hour" with a recording of Elvis' September 5, 1970 Las Vegas performance. The second CD is "Rockin' The North West" with a performance from November 27, 1976 recorded in Eugene, Oregon. Tracklisting The Midnight Hour (Las Vegas, NV 05/09/70 MS) 01. Orchestra Intro / Opening Vamp - 02. That's All Right, Mama - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen (medley) 04. I Walk The Line (excerpt) / Dialogue - 05. Love Me Tender - 06. I've Lost You - 07. I Just Can't Help Believin' - 08. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - 09. Polk Salad Annie (with impersonations) - 10. Band Introductions - 11. Johnny B. Goode - 12. Band Introductions continued - 13. Bob Dylan impersonations / Celebrity Introductious - 14. The Wonder Of You - 15. Heartbreak Hotel / All Shook Up (2 false starts only) - 16. Blue Suede Shoes - 17. Hound Dog (incomplete) - 18. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 19. Can't Help Falling In Love. Bonus tracks (Las Vegas 4/9/1970 Midnight show): 20. I Walk The Line (excerpt) / I've Lost You - 21. I Just Can't Help Believin' - 22. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - 23. Polk Salad Annie (with impersonations) - 24. Crying Time (2nd live version) - 25. My Way (excerpt) / One Night. Tracklisting Rockin' The Northwest (Eugene, OR 11/27/76) A) Part of the pre-program: 01. If You Leave Me Now (performed by the Sweet Inspirations) - 02. Sweet Inspiration (performed by the Sweet Inspirations). B) Elvis Presley show: 03. Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001 A Space Odyssey Theme) - 04. C. C. Rider - 05. I Got A Woman / Amen (medley) - 06. Love Me - 07. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 08. Love Me Tender - 09. All Shook Up - 10. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel (medley) - 11. You Gave Me A Mountain - 12. Blue Suede Shoes - 13. How Great Thou Art (incomplete) - 14. Fever - 15. Steamroller Blues - 16. IIt's Now Or Never - 17. America (The Beautiful) - 18. Band Introductions - 19. Early Morning Rain - 20. What'd I Say - 21. Johnny B. Goode 22. Drums Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 23. Bass Solo (Blues - Jerry Scheff) - 24. Piano Solo (Tony Brown) - 25. Electric Piano Solo (David Briggs) - 26. Love Letters - 27. School Day (Hail, Hail Rock'n'Roll) - 28. Hurt 29. Hound Dog - 30. Hawaiian Wedding Song - 31. Can't Help Falling In Love - 32. Closing Vamp.
Source: Czech Elvis Presley Fanclub / Updated: May 17, 2005 
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Way Up (profilecontact) wrote on May 23, 2005report abuse
Yeah, seems that these CDs will be good ones. I just love these great 1970 shows! Hopefully the sound will be comparable with DINNER BELL IN VEGAS?
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Dear Otto, Thank you and your staff from Memory Records, for this two fantastic concerts specialy the 1970 one that is very rare since is from the end of the season. We, fans, are always expcting good stuf from Memory Records, but Memory Records always gives us the best!
elvistruth (profilecontact) wrote on May 18, 2005report abuse
really outstanding memory records give to us the nearest thing to an elvis show speaking on sound terms. To the people not wishing having unreleased concerts in good audience sound I only can say you´re free to not buy them but there´re many fans with another opinion. bmg-rca mixing concerts or the soundboard releases are good but far of the true atmosphere of an Elvis concert. So for complete the whole piece the audience concerts are basic historical items.
rickyquo (profilecontact) wrote on May 18, 2005report abuse
it is very difficult for some elvis fans to discriminate when they are such die hard collectors. these people(including myself)find it most exciting when newly discovered titles are released, some people have had these titles on cassette for years and they now have the chance to own cd copies which will last a lot longer than cassette ever will. you have the option to ignore or purchase these titles whether they be good quality or not. elvis fans can choose and opt for what they prefer, i personally do not try to own every single release but then again i am open minded to everyone else and there decisions. if you wish to collect these titles or anything else that is going around then you go for it!!!!! and dont worry about anyone else and their opinions.
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on May 18, 2005report abuse
RThis is Fantastic News! For years i have had an incomplete recording of the show on 5th and KNOW just how great this sounds! Bonus tracks are great too! Vegas 1970 i'll be getting for sure!
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 17, 2005report abuse
Fans should stop buying everything that is released, particularly the audience recordings that are most always poor quality. Be discriminating in your purchases.
Coronel Parker (profilecontact) wrote on May 17, 2005report abuse
Great news. All releases from Memory Records are great!
Marco Aurelio (profilecontact) wrote on May 17, 2005report abuse
That´s very good. I do enjoy all releases from Memory Records. Certainly, I will get them all. Probably, it´s an audience record, but I don´t care. Keep them coming.
Renan Augusto (profilecontact) wrote on May 17, 2005report abuse
Fantastic news!!! If you don´t want, don´t buy it. If you buy it, you will enjoy a lot. Two great concerts!!
luizhenrique (profilecontact) wrote on May 17, 2005report abuse
why not?? Eugene is a great show and a September/70 show is rare. Will be welcome!!
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on May 17, 2005report abuse
I presume that this are audience recordings ? If so do the fans really need those kind of releases ? I don't think so.

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