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Bridge Over Troubled Water

April 15, 2010 | Music

Soon to be released by the recently founded New Moon label is a previously unreleased soundboard recording of Elvis' March 31. 1975 M/S. Five tracks has already been released by the FTD label but all the other tracks are unreleased. The source used was a second generation soundboard tape which was remastered by New Moon for optimum sound quality. This new release will come in a  packaging with a 12-page booklet, containing a selection of live photographs from the March 1975 Las Vegas engagement as well as informative liner notes.


01. Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen (medley) - 04. Love Me - 05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 06. And I Love You So (with false start) - 07. Big Boss Man (false start only) - 08. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - 09. The Wonder Of You - 10. Burning Love - 11. Band Introductions (incomplete) - 12.School Days (incomplete) - 13. Fairytale - 14- I'll Remember You - 15. Let Me Be There (with reprise) - 16. Hound Dog - 17. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 18. Little Darlin' (with false starts) - 19. Introduction of Liberace - 20. Hawaiian Wedding Song - 21. Can't Help Falling In Love - 22. Closing Vamp

Running time: 58:21

lamp light wrote on April 15, 2010
Love the cover picture nice.
Ciscoking wrote on April 15, 2010
Seems like an interesting release..the shows were decent with Elvis being in good spirits..interesting setlists....we had the show a while back on an audience recording called The Vegas Years Vol.1 (by Audiophile)....
JimmyCool wrote on April 15, 2010
I hope the cotent is beter than the amateurish cover layout
HangLoose wrote on April 15, 2010
'cotent'? 'beter'? Well,i'm sure that the CONTENT will be BETTER than your spelling:) Personally i like the cover,except the badly cut Elvis logo. Still looks 10 times better than most of the Czech Memory label covers. New soundboards are always welcome and let's hope that the sound won't be too bad.
theoldscudder wrote on April 15, 2010
I think all the false starts indicate more or less the quality or lack of quality of the content.
Erika Freiburger wrote on April 16, 2010
This is a beautiful front cover! Probably the best one i've seen recently. The concerts from this season are generally strong. Elvis was in good form. Love,Erika
Wiebe wrote on April 18, 2010
Don't let a few false starts put you off. March 1975 is a very stable month. You can't go wrong. His voice is nice and deep and powerfull, and he seems coherent and in good spirits. And I Love You So is the best from this period.
wayup wrote on April 19, 2010
Oh my God. Is this cover? CD front cover??? Was it created in MS Wordin less than 1 minute by drunken person? Unbelievable.