DULUTH REVISTED, one of the best Audience Recordings ever, sounds almost as a Soundboard, some people for sure will prefer this sound to a real Soundboard. Comes with a 12 page Booklet.
01 | Also Sprach Zarathustra | 1:10
02 | See See Rider | 3:39
03 | Elvis talks and talks | 2:03
04 | Got A Woman / Amen | 7:58
05 | Love Me | 3:56
06 | If You Love Me (Let Me Know) (including false start) | 3:37
07 | You Gave Me A Mountain | 3:28
08 | Jailhouse Rock | 1:34
09 | O Sole Mio / It's Now Or Never | 3:45
10 | Elvis talks | 0:37
11 | Little Sister | 2:07
12 | Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel | 2:44
13 | Bridge Over Troubled Water | 4:43
14 | Big Boss Man | 3:07
15 | My Way | 4:02
16 | Band Introductions | 2:47
17 | Early Morning Rain | 1:56
18 | Delta Lady (Instrumental) | 1:17
19 | Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) | 1:44
20 | Bass Solo (Jerry Scheff) | 1:50
21 | Piano Solo (Tony Brown) | 1:08
22 | Electric Keyboard Solo (Bobby Ogdin) | 1:20
23 | Band Introductions | 0:20
24 | School Day | 0:57
25 | Hurt (including false start) | 2:45
26 | Hound Dog | 1:33
27 | Can't Help Falling In Love | 1:49
28 | Closing Vamp / Announcements | 2:04
total running time: 70:00 minutes
The show is quite boring..really...Elvis sounds like having switched on the autopilot. The sound quality of the CDR I have sounds decent..though.. if they managed to make the sound even better..we have at least a good AR soundwise..
Just another cheap quick buck re-release of the 1999 import a day in Duluth, coast to coast label. Sorry guys, but it's reality...
Almost no new, previously unreleased soundboard tapes are hitting the bootleg scene these days. The well is apparently running dry. Only a flood of re-releases of old bootlegs, but with an extra booklet thrown in, and in some cases some minor sound upgrades. I guess these are nice for fans who haven't got the original bootleg CD's, but personally I'm not overwhelmed by these releases. The most interesting source for new Elvis material is now the official FTD-label. As it was supposed to be when it was established more than 10 years ago.
What happened to the 1975 soundboard "Bridge Over Troubled Water"? This was supposed to be released with a 12 page booklet by the New Moon Label. Actually, this was announced a while ago now. Have I missed something????
I see the track listing has been removed from Keith Flynn's '75 live section. Who was the "wise" guy who tricked us?