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500 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong Soundboard Boxset

December 05, 2006 | Music
On the FECC forum a new import box was discussed. The set, entitled "500 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong Soundboard Boxset" contains 10 individual digipacks with soundboard recordings of concerts from 1969 to 1976. Nothing that hasn't been previously released, the price should be around $150 Euro and this set is limited to 500 copies accotrding to the posting on the messageboard.

CD 1. Opening Night – International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, 03-08-1969
CD 2. Here I Go Again - International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, 23-08-1969
CD 3. All Thing Are Possible - International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, January 27, 1971
CD 4. One Night Only – Boston Garden, Boston, 10-11-1971
CD 5. The Hampton Roads Concert – Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton Roads, Virginia, 09-04-1972
CD 6. Let Me Take You Home – Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee, 10-06-1975
CD 7. A Capital Performance – State Fair Coliseum, Jackson, Mississippi, 08-06-1975
CD 8. Just Pretend - Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, 13-12-1975
CD 9. Chicago Beat – Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, 14-10-1976
CD 10. Run On - Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, 07-12-1976
Source:For Elvis CD Collectors Forum
Dorulet wrote on December 05, 2006
Hmmmm... i already have some of these releases separately, but it seems to be a pretty good idea to release them all together, and it would be a pitty if they only released 500 copies...
Pedro Nuno wrote on December 05, 2006
Not Bad, but where are "Event nº 8", "If you talk in your sleep" and "Burning in Birmingham!" TCB all
BigRedGG wrote on December 06, 2006
It's a nice set, and I am glad it is limited to 500 - makes it a bit special, and counter balances slightly the fact that at the end of the day they are all re-issues!! Agree with Pedro a bit - drop a '69 show and insert Event No 8, drop a 75 show and insert It's A Matter Of Time, and it would be better balanced!! They have already done Opening Night 74 as a single Cd release otherwise I would vote for that to represent 1974!
Tony D. wrote on December 07, 2006
I certainly won't be buying this set due to the fact I have all the material within and there are so many other items to buy at the mo. It would be great if FTD would consider a box set like this in the future.