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Cover Art Heading For Tulsa

January 04, 2007 | Music
Here is the cover art for the import release "Heading For Tulsa" with an audience recording of Elvis' bicentennial show from July 4, 1976. This CD was released late 2006.


2001 Theme / See See Rider / I Got A Woman - Amen / Love Me / If You Love Me / You Gave Me A Mountain / America The Beautiful / All Shook Up / Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel / And I Love You So / Jailhouse Rock / Fever / An American Trilogy / Intros : Early Morning Rain by John Wilkinson - What'd I Say by James Burton - Johnny B. Goode by James Burton - Ronnie Tutt drums solo - Jerry Scheff bass solo - Tony Brown piano solo - David Briggs solo - Love Letters - Joe Guercio and Orchestra solo - Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll / Hurt / Hurt / Help Me / Hound Dog / Funny How Time Slips Away + reprise / How Great Thou Art / Little Darlin' / Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp
Shakingruud wrote on January 04, 2007
mmm, i´ve seen better pictures of our man....
Ciscoking wrote on January 04, 2007
They even took the title of the CD-R..floating around..
wayup wrote on January 05, 2007
Oh boys.... really great and professionally looking cover, real PIECE OF ART. Only if the sound is just as great ? Then we have another winner here. This CD and KING HAS LANDED. W(h)iners.
Ronaldv wrote on January 05, 2007
we better listen to the concert of july 5th, goodbye memphis, fantastic sound!
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on January 06, 2007
If you buy this cd,it wont be long before it will be heading for the trash can, not such good sound,to put it nicely!
You Dont Know Me wrote on January 08, 2007
I agree, sound i have already on CD simply isn't good enough for 'worthwhile' bootleg CD release, hopefully FTD will one day give us this in soundboard quality- it would be worthwhile to get a Quality release!