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Desert Serenade

July 29, 2011 | Music

Touchdown Productions  announced their next CD Desert Serenade. It contains the former unreleased Midnight Show from August 16, 1972 in Las Vegas. The source for this release is of very good quality! 

[01] Also Sprach Zarathustra [02] See See Rider [03] Johnny B. Goode [04] Proud Mary [05] Until It's Time For You To Go [06] You Don't Have To Say You Love Me [07] You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling [08] Polk Salad Annie [09] Elvis Welcomes The Audience [10] What Now My Love Love [11] Fever [12] Love Me [13] Blue Suede Shoes [14] Heartbreak Hotel [15] All Shook Up [16] Love Me Tender [17] Little Sister/ Get Back [18] Hound Dog [19] I'll Remember You [20] Suspicious Minds [21] Band Introductions [22] My Way [23]A Big Hunk O' Love [24] American Trilogy [25] Can't Help Falling In Love/ Closing Vamp
BONUS-Tracks: [26] You Gave Me A Mountain [27] Mystery Train / Tiger Man [28] For The Good Times

Tracks 1-25 recorded August 16, 1972 Midnight Show
Tracks 26-27 recorded August 28, 1972
Track 28 recorded September 1, 1972 Dinner Show

marco31768 wrote on July 29, 2011
I have a CD with dinner show from August 16 and it's a very good show. I hope this midnight will be good too.
Ciscoking wrote on July 29, 2011
First release on silver disc.. we had it on cdr before Sin City Superstar. The season is already well documented with really good sounding AR`s though. with excellent SB`s, too. The die hard collector must have it ..of course..show is good..
Tony C wrote on July 29, 2011
Just seeing the date of this concert fills me with dread, just five years on we would be confronted with the events that shook our lives.
TCB1974 wrote on July 29, 2011
This season is already well covered in different good releases, such as Elvis at full blast. Don't expect any surprises but agree that the concert date is stuff for goose bumps. Elvis was at his absolute peak as a performer in 1972 and yet he would leave us only five years later.
hankfnsw wrote on July 30, 2011
Great cover, hope the sound is great.
Andre wrote on July 30, 2011
Formidable ! Please, release more shows/concerts from '71 et '72 Touchdown Rec. Comp. because FTD is slow and does not listen to what elvis fans request.
eric c wrote on July 31, 2011
really excited about this one.It doesn't get much better than Elvis in 72.