Sunset Rundown And A Hilton Double-Shot!

The next Madison releases, due for release soon, will be "Sunset Rundown - Standing Room Only Tapes, Vol. 4" and "A Hilton Double-Shot !" The former will be a standard issue, with fully-illustrated, 16-page booklet, while the latter will appear in a limited-edition digipak, with gorgeous color photos according to the update.

From the press release:

Sunset Rundown

"Sunset Rundown" details a unique day, filmed for "Elvis On Tour." At the end of March 1972, MGM's documentary cameras captured Elvis Presley at a rollicking Los Angeles rehearsal at RCA Hollywood. Against a stark background -- no audience -- Presley, the TCB band, and the Stamps Quartet ran down the upcoming tour at the Sunset Boulevard studio with vigor and a few surprises, with selections like "Until It's Time For You To Go," "For The Good Times" and "Burning Love."

Now, one may enjoy the unedited first half of this March 31, 1972 rehearsal -- the second half will comprise Volume 5 of the Standing Room Only Tapes series -- in superb stereo!

Tracklisting:

01. Proud Mary 2:49 ; 02. Never Been To Spain 4:29 ; 03. You Gave Me A Mountain (2 false starts) 1:40 ; 04. Until It's Time For You To Go 5:46 ; 05. Polk Salad Annie 3:09 ; 06. Love Me 2:39 ; 07. All Shook Up 2:35 ; 08. Heartbreak Hotel 1:59 ; 09. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel 1:57 ; 10. Hound Dog 2:18 ; 11. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 5:42 ; 12. A Big Hunk O' Love 2:52 ; 13. A Big Hunk O' Love (reprise) 2:41 ; 14. C. C. Rider 3:30 ; 15. For The Good Times 3:44 ; 16. For The Good Times (2 false starts) 2:28 ; 17. For The Good Times (reprise) 6:34 ; 18. Funny How Time Slips Away 5:27 ; 19. Burning Love 2:46

Total Time = 65:08

A Hilton Double-Shot !

The CD "A Hilton Double-Shot !" offer two dynamic soundboard recordings from the Las Vegas Hilton with improved sound, for those collectors who may have missed them the first time around.

CD 1 features the Monday, September 4, 1972 DS, the penultimate appearance of his 1972 "summer festival." Elvis offers a gentle, wry performance for his fans, including "about 250" from England. And CD 2 unleashes the Friday, February 2, 1973 MS, a period where Elvis returned to "Sin City" a conqueror of all media.

CD 1 - September 1972

Tracklisting:

01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra 1:04 ; 02. C.C. Rider 2:51 ; 03. Johnny B. Goode 1:42 ; 04. Until It's Time For You To Go 2:24 ; 05. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me 2:01 ; 06. Polk Salad Annie 3:25 ; 07. Elvis greets the showroom 1:07 ; 08. What Now My Love 3:06 ; 09. Fever 3:24 ; 10. Love Me 1:31 ; 11. Blue Suede Shoes 1:02 ; 12. Heartbreak Hotel 1:40 ; 13. All Shook Up 1:05 ; 14. Love Me Tender 1:46 ; 15. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel 1:50 ; 16. Little Sister / Get Back 3:37 ; 17. Hound Dog 1:28 ; 18. I'll Remember You 2:42 ; 19. Walk That Lonesome Road (J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet) 3:04 ; 20. Suspicious Minds 4:28 ; 21. Introduction of vocalists, band, orchestra and British fans 1:44 ; 22. For The Good Times 3:07 ; 23. A Big Hunk O' Love 2:00 ; 24. You Gave Me A Mountain 3:22 ; 25. Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp 2:18 ; Bonus Track: 26. Can't Help Falling In Love (September 4 DS, incomplete) 1:10

Total Time = 59:13

CD 2 - February 1973

Track listing:

01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra 1:09 ; 02. C.C. Rider 3:05 ; 03. I Got A Woman / Amen 2:43 ; 04. Until It's Time For You To Go 2:24 ; 05. Sweet Caroline 2:44 ; 06. Steamroller Blues 2:47 ; 07. You Gave Me A Mountain 3:06 ; 08. Fever 2:46 ; 09. Love Me 1:26 ; 10. Blue Suede Shoes 1:11 ; 11. Love Me Tender 1:35 ; 12. Johnny B. Goode 2:11 ; 13. Hound Dog 1:18 ; 14. What Now My Love 3:02 ; 15. Suspicious Minds 4:56 ; 16. Introduction of vocalists, band, orchestra 1:08 ; 17. I Can't Stop Loving You 2:19 ; 18. An American Trilogy 4:35 ; 19. Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp 2:23

Total Time = 46:58

Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Jan 21, 2009 
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Reactions

FrauLilly(CafeE) (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 5, 2009
Invisible because there was used a language other than English
FrauLilly(CafeE) (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 5, 2009
Invisible because there was no relation to the article
GottaKnowNow (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 30, 2009report abuse
If we do have to pay newly increased prices, Sony/FTD should then release double CDs in digipack with 20 pages booklets with it. Then, maybe we will no longer complain about the dreadful way we are being abused of. Let's start with this Hilton CD and all others to follow.
POLKfreak (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 28, 2009report abuse
When will this become available?? Prices?? Gotta know a s a p Congratulations to Madison and others for such great material mate. Just hope the prices are 30% cheaper than FTD...If sales of FTD releases drop that much and Sony want to cut off this project, then Jorgensen should perhaps try to sell the rights of all remaining future FTD releases of outtakes, to Madison or Memory or others that do a better job anyway...
burninglove92 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 24, 2009
Invisible because there was a link/email included
Zoltan84 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 24, 2009report abuse
I agree with Greg Nolan. I've searched for these shows for years but couldn't get them,as nobody offered me a fair price. Older,rare bootlegs are quite expensive... Now here's the opportunity to buy them from a trusted label quite cheaply and hopefully the sound will be better a little bit. But even if it's the same,i'll buy it as i don't have the old titles. "Sunset Rundown" is also interesting,i hope it will be as good as "Hillcrest Blues"!
Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 24, 2009report abuse
And look at it this way: how many times was the first Elvis album reissued...eight or nine or 29 times in the USA alone, including the recent Sony/BMG/Legacy vinyl reissue with a remastering?Who's complaining about that? It's about keeping the best titles in print and as long as they are doing it every ten years (and this is probably the last time ever), why not let the upgrades and superior sound and packaging prevail? At this point, Madison has earned the trust of anyone who's purchased any of their gems. We're lucky to have them.
Tiger-man-GB (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 23, 2009report abuse
Looking forward to these, Madison is a premier label now. BTW, Ronaldv wrote:- "a re-release already of one of their own former releases? Couldn't they think of something else?" They've already re-released some at least part of one of their own releases when they put out Holding Down The Fort, this came out Originally as the second disc of the Cajun Tornado CD.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 23, 2009report abuse
Looking really forward to the rehearsals....the SB`s I already have..not so exciting for me..
Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 22, 2009report abuse
Another winning set from MADISON - one has to assume! Besides the fact that it's been over ten years in the case of most recent re-issues, we know that sound upgrades and superior booklets (liner notes, photos, etc) put to shame all 1990's versions. So bring it on!
Erika Freiburger (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 22, 2009report abuse
Why would they stop to do them? They want to please the fans who didn't manage to get the first releases. If you already have them,then don't buy them,that's all. I already have these soundboards but if the sound quality is better then i'll buy them again. Both are good shows,esp. the 1972 concert. The rehearsal is more interesting,though,because about 40% of it is unreleased. Take care,Erika
Coronel Parker (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 22, 2009report abuse
Please, stop the re-releases!!!
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 22, 2009report abuse
The "Sunset Rundown" is fantastic. But don't we have the mojority of it already released, among other sources, in the FTDs "6363 sunset bloulevard" and "On Tour"?
Lefty (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 22, 2009report abuse
It seems like Madison has opened the On Tour vault! I've enjoyed all three volumes in the Standing Room Only series thus far, and Volume 4 looks just as promising. Indeed, it would be incredible to have the complete Hampton concert in Stereo. I'm keeping my fingers crossed. I burned the audio from my VHS copy of On Tour and added "I Got A Woman" and "Mountain" to a copy of my Triangle release of the Hampton concert. The sound quality is a little different, but good nonetheless. So except for "Never Been To Spain," I've complete Hampton Concert, minus one song, to keep me going.
Mr. Songman (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2009report abuse
Yes, the date is wrong on the "Don't Think Twice" release. The actual date is the midinght show from February 2, 1973. The upcoming Madison double-disc is a re-release of that show (along with the previously released "I'll Remember You" by the Rock Legends label).
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2009report abuse
So the date is wrong it seems? i dont have I' ll remember you,and im collecting the madison releases now!
Ronaldv (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2009report abuse
I just read on another Elvis site that the second vegas cd is a re-release of Don't think twice, january 29 1973, a re-release already of one of their own former releases? Couldn't they think of something else? But the cover is stunning! I just go for sunset rundown, looking forward to the sound quality. No hilton double -rip off- shot for me!
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2009report abuse
Well look at that artwork,wow it looks like someone with some skills made it,anyone who knows me at all,knows i love anything On Tour,my hope is they have the complete hampton roads show,and id love to see them release the rehearsals from july 1970,the content from theres always me vol4 would be sweet,as for the 2 cd set,what previous cd had the feb 2nd show? also i believe the show on cd one ran slow on the rock legends release,am i misinformed?
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2009report abuse
Sunset rundown- EXCELLENT and YES, but the double totally previously released Vegas CD'S absolutely NO- Zero 'new' and I already have these thanks, but Sunset Rundown 100% YES!
Ronaldv (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2009report abuse
Sunset rundown looks interesting and promising. Sept 4 1972 Ds was released in 1998 by rock legends, I'll remember you. It looks like the second cd, feb 2 1973 is an unreleased one! Let's wait and see.

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