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Swing And Swirl Your Hips Again

February 11, 2007 | Music
Due for release on the import market is the CD entitled “Swing And Swirl Your Hips Again”. it contains a previously unreleased audience recording of the November 13, 1972 show in San Bernardino, California (Swing Auditorium).

Track listing:
See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Until It’s Time For You To Go, You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me, Love Me, Polk Salad Annie, All Shook Up, Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes, Teddy Bear, Don’t Be Cruel, Love Me Tender, Little Sister/Get Back, I’ll Remember You, How Great Thou Art + reprise, Suspicious Minds, What Now My Love, Fever, Burning Love, You Gave Me A Mountain, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Can’t Help Falling In Love.
Ronaldv wrote on February 11, 2007
What is the label? Hope it is as good as the import 'A new live experience' , November 15, 1972. nice cover anyway.
Mystery Rider wrote on February 11, 2007
hmmm where have i heard these songs before? Madison Square Garden and um a hmmmm
tmorelli@hughes.net wrote on February 11, 2007
Hey Mystery - Not to split hairs but there are actually quite a few songs on this release that weren't on the MSG discs: - See See Rider - I Got A Woman/Amen - Little Sister / Get Back - How Great Thou Art - Reprise (what is that song) (just kidding) - What Now My Love - Fever - Burning Love - You Gave Me A Mountain - Mystery Train / Tiger Man Now if you said Aloha, Live On Stage in Memphis and every other bootleg from 1972 I would agree with you! I would have loved to hear Little Sister / Get Back, Mystery Train / Tiger Man and Burning Love done at MSG. I am sure they would have been killer. Does anyone know what the sound quality on this release is like?
stanton wrote on February 11, 2007
what a title...sounds like a workshop for desperate housewives...hmmm
Ciscoking wrote on February 13, 2007
Crap like Heading For Tulsa and the other turkeys. Cheaply and quickly produced. Forget it..
Jerome wrote on February 13, 2007
Nice cover, but this cover also covers the quality of this cd. I actually have heard this concert from this source and it sounds like it's been recorded in a bathroom (with Elvis singing from under the toiletwater...)
Lefty wrote on February 14, 2007
I lived in the San Bernardino area most of my life, and my birthday is November 13, albeit before 1972, so this release would hold sentimental value for me. The Swing Auditorium was located on the Orange Show fairgrounds in downtown San Bernardino. The Hilton hotel was just down the block, but I think that Elvis stayed at his house in Palm Springs, which is about 60 miles east of San Bernardino. Sadly, this release looks really bad. The cover art, in my humble opinion, is terrible. Jerome has heard it, so we know the sound is awful, even for an audience recording. Maybe someday a soundboard of this concert will be released via FTD? One can only dream.
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on February 14, 2007
WHo's garage was the cover made in? I wont have any problem staying away from this one,imports as some call them are getting to be annoying,very few i find intersted in,im also not a audiance fan, just dont care to hear to ladys discuss there dinner plans etc, and jerome good one,ive heard recordings like that,i mean would you put this in your car and listen to it?
Jerome wrote on February 14, 2007
not me..not for this kind of money...
Ronaldv wrote on March 16, 2007
received the cd yesterday. very good show, acceptable sound quality. very good versions of burning love and what now my love and fever. anyway, not bad at all. i would recommend it to other fans!