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Complete Cover Art Elvis At The Forum

July 02, 2007 | Music
Here is the complete cover art of the Graceland Records import release "Elvis At The Forum". This release contains an audience recording of the unreleased complete afternoon show recorded on May 11th 1974 in Los Angeles. This is the follow up to :Live In L.A." release by the Follow That Dream label.

Track listing:

Also Sprach Zarathustra - See See rider - I Got A Woman/Amen - Love Me - Trying To Get To You - All Shook Up - Teddy Bear/ Don't Be Cruel - Love Me Tender - You Can Have Her - Steamroller Blues - Hound Dog – Fever - Polk Salad Annie - Why Me, Lord? - Suspicious Minds - Introductions - I can't Stop Loving You - Help Me - An American Trilogy - Let Me Be There (reprise) - Funny How Time Slips Away - Big Boss Man - Can't Help Falling In Love - Closing Vamp – Announcer: Elvis has left the Building - Souvenir Announcement
B_H wrote on July 02, 2007
Ah...I can't wait for this one!(Yes, I know some of you have enough audience recordings..bla bla bla...) It's allready 4 weeks over due now...
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on July 02, 2007
Hey look it has cool cover art and liner notes,whats that collectors label called again?
Scott Walker wrote on July 03, 2007
Now, Mature... I know FTD has come up with some pretty uninspired covers, but ALL of them look more professional than At The Forum! Don't knock FTD just for the sake of it.
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on July 03, 2007
Ok lets say your right and this cover isnt as good as some of ftd covers,there sure are plenty of other imports that do a much better job on artwork,not too mention that ftd offer NO liner notes at all,ive lost alot of the interest in ftd,just my oppion,sure if they release something that interests me then ill get it but the lack of effort shows sometimes,either all or nothing with that label,not really knocking them,i think its deserved,have there been some great releases? yes of course but putting those great releases in a cheap digi pack with no info or pics is a bit cheap looking,but the prices arent now are they?as for this release, ill skip,by the way i like the artwork!
Jerome wrote on July 03, 2007
Let's start a forum on the Forum-cover..
FLY-TROUBLE! wrote on July 03, 2007
This cover looks 10 times better than some of the FTD covers like Too Much Monkey Business, 6363 Sunset, Memphis Sessions, Spring Tours 77, Dragonheart,Takin´ Tahoe Tonight!, Polk Salad Annie, Elvis On Tour - The Rehearsals etc. Most likely this CD was made by a fan and not only for the money!
RJ wrote on July 03, 2007
Very brave from Graceland Records to create a "jumpsuitless" cover. Reminds me of the Memphis'74 cover;)
BuzzingBee wrote on July 03, 2007
Love the artwork !, Daring a non Elvis photo cover. Wondering why mr. Walker complains. Its looks professional to me. I read that it is a 20 page booklet with more than 35 afternoon photo's. sound is been fixed pretty good, when I listened to the sample at another site. This baby will get a place in my collection. Wish other labels would putt this kind of work into a release. There are only a very few. Very fine quality for audience release thumbs up !
gbalaban wrote on July 04, 2007
I wouldn't mind having this in my collection.
Ciscoking wrote on July 04, 2007
This release is by far better than the old Tiger label disc. We have upgraded sound and modern layout with booklet and informative liner notes. It`s a good companion to the FTD of the other show. You Can Have Her sounds fantastic. Compared to the many crappy audience recordings we had these weeks this release stands out. highly recommendable..
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on July 04, 2007
But isnt it rather pathetic that you need to buy a import in order to get the better sounding version of you can have her,when ftd is suppose to be the collectors label! There i go complaining again(doh)
Colonel7 wrote on July 07, 2007
One of the very best EVER covers. It puts a lot of miserable FTD resease covers of shows and concerts away and it goes to show the bad taste of the BMG strategic Elvis Mrktg Dept (not listening to Elvis fans nor marketing experts - as we have noticed so many years now) Let the bootleggers show them what good taste can do and also the right price for such a great product. Many fans don't have or don't want to spend one hundred (US$100) for BMG releases (LA and TX concerts plus a little book with b/w photos...cheap and crappy looking). We deserve more and better quality man ! Anyone listening ?