Two New Import Releases Out Now

Two new import releases are out now. The first one is "There Goes My Everything" with an audience recording of Elvis' February 19, 1971 concert. The second one is an audience recording entitled "Back On The Mainland" with a performance from January 26, 1973. The tracklisting looks as good as the coverart of the second looks bad. Tracklisting "There Goes My Everything": That's All Right - I Got A Woman/ By The Time I Get To Phoenix/ Love Me Tender/ Loving You/ Jailhouse Rock - Can't Help Falling In Love - Sweet Caroline - You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Polk Salad Annie - Johnny B. Goode - Something - How Great Thou Art - Mystery Train - Love Me - Don't Be Cruel - Bridge Over Troubled Water - Blue Suede Shoes - Heartbreak Hotel - Little Sister - Get Back - It's Now Or Never - Hound Dog/ Guadalajara - Suspicious Minds - Band intros - Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Help Me Make It Through The Night - There Goes My Everything - Just Pretend/ Old Shep - In The Ghetto - 2001 Theme/ Snowbird - The Impossible Dream. Tracklisting "Back On The MainLand": 2001 Theme - See See Rider - Burning Love - Something - Introductions - You Gave Me A Mountain - Steamroller Blues - Sweet Caroline - My Way - Blue Suede Shoes - Johnny B. Goode - Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Fever - Hound Dog - I Can´t Stop Loving You - I`m So Lonesome I Could Cry - What Now My Love - Suspicious Minds - Introductions - I`ll Remember You - Rock`n`Roll Medley - Can´t Help Falling In Love.
Source: Email / Updated: Jun 15, 2005 
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BigRedGG (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 16, 2005report abuse
I do not have the original audio tape, but the sound on the Cd There Goes My Everything is not very good!! Very distant sounding and muffled. Great show, so it is a shame. Back on Mainland the sound is better but not great. Interesting to have the full version of I'm So Lonesome - that was not performed many times in any version!!
Marco Aurelio (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 16, 2005report abuse
I have the old tape, and I confess it´s not the best audio quality, but I still listen to it. It´s a great concert. If the audio gets improved now, certainly, I will get them! No doubts I will. Best Regards
cheerhater (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 16, 2005report abuse
how was the sound in most concerts in the 70's
Tony D. (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 15, 2005report abuse
Does anyone know what the sound quality is like on the '71 show? I have it on tape, and it is ABSOLUTELY DREADFUL!! By the way the unusual songs are all 1 liners, (apart from "Snowbird").

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