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Track Listing Viva Las Vegas

June 17, 2007 | Music
Here is the track listing of the BMG release “Viva Las Vegas”. This single disc release contains previously released performances. All tracks, except "Viva Las Vegas" are live performances. A second disc with an unreleased 1969 concert was rumored, but is not part of the set. Ernst Jorgensen confirmed the track listing to us. The US street date is July 31, 2007.

Track listing:

Viva Las Vegas \ C C Rider \ The Wonder Of You \ Polk Salad Annie \ Release Me \ Let It Be Me \ I Just Can't Help Believin' \ Walk A Mile In My Shoes \ Bridge Over Troubled Water \ Patch It Up \ You Don't Have To Say You Love Me \ You've Lost That Loving Feeling \ An American Trilogy \ Never Been To Spain \ You Gave Me A Mountain \ The Impossible Dream
Source:Ernst Jørgensen

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Herman wrote on June 17, 2007
Bad news, I was hoping for another '69 concert !
Iron Man wrote on June 17, 2007
same on my behalf, Herman, but now we can easily skip this one without having to buy more of the same material for the millionth time... Let's hope some more of the '69 and '70 stuff comes out soon on the FTD label...
chicken wrote on June 17, 2007
What we're really short of is '71 material
JerryNodak wrote on June 17, 2007
I've already got the earlier release, Elvis: "Live." So don't need this. Wouldn't have bought it even if it had a second disc with another '69 concert.
Tony D. wrote on June 17, 2007
Another short change release with only 16 tracks! No doubt the CD will be reissued in the future with the extra unreleased show!
whetherman wrote on June 17, 2007
I was going to buy this for the '69 concert but now I don't need to because there's no '69 concert and therefore nothing on it I haven't already got. Oh well.
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on June 17, 2007
Wasnt a vegas cd just released last year? im glad thought that ernst still can communicate,i was beginning to wonder! lol
Jerome wrote on June 17, 2007
what kind of release is this? Good songs but it brings nothing new. And the title and first track Viva LA? Just bad promotion
Colonel wrote on June 17, 2007
How stupid it is to use the original version of "Viva Las Vegas" as an intro? Won't buy this without the '69-concert
Mofoca22 wrote on June 17, 2007
do these people think we are retarded i remeber the same tracks on that elvis in vegas cd from last year minus viva las vegas. screw that. where is the 1971 stuff like someone said? bring that stuff on that was a great year in my opinion id love to hear concerts and other studio rleases from that year on one album. instead of seeing bits and pieces of them on cd's scattered with songs from different years and genres
stanton wrote on June 17, 2007
I think more on the line of them being retarded...
Carl wrote on June 17, 2007
What a horrible horrible release. It is so mindless and utterly redundant and useless and pointless. Why do we need yet another compilation album? And do we need more of the Vegas Elvis? Isn't that going to diminish Elvis' reputation? Moreover, all the 1969 songs are covers. There are no Elvis originals or classics to give the music context. Elvis opened his shows with Blue Suede Shoes. Here we get Elvis doing B.J. Thomas without Elvis originals. This guy is supposed to be the guru and "expert" of Elvis, learnin' us about Elvis and reinventing him. Like we need a guy from Denmark for that. Just learnin' us about Elvus. Well, it don't take no Danish "expert" to figure out that this compilation is horrid and worthless and a waste of time. It is a horrible horrible release or "escape" as Elvis would say. Why does anyone need this release?
thenexte wrote on June 18, 2007
It's a tie-in with the ABC Special of the same name to be aired in September, not more and not less!
Polk Salad Robert wrote on June 18, 2007
You don"t know what to do with your money .... buy this album. Otherwise skip it !
murthy wrote on June 18, 2007
Another beautiful shame for SONY/BMG for this anniversary year....
Steve V wrote on June 21, 2007
This is absolutely mindless. A studio version of Viva Las Vegas opening an CD of live Elvis cover versions. Yeah this will do a lot to silence the Elvis critics! Who is running things at the record label these days? Do they even understand who Elvis is?
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on June 21, 2007
What i dont understand is the confusion over the 2 cd set that is said to be released in only certain countries,when you follow the links to amazon it has the price for one cd not a 2 cd set, and the release date shows july 31,and has no tracklisting,people are going to get the wrong cd and have to deal with sending cd's back ,all because things are run like theres a mad man in charge,as for via las vegas opening the cd that shouldnt be in the first place,thats classic! lol