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The Bicentennial King, Volume 4

May 03, 2012 | Music

Introducing the forth release on a label by the name of MILLBRANCH MUSIC here is another complete performance by Elvis Presley in the year of 1976. Out by May 9, 2012 this will be a factory pressed cd (no cdr!!!) limited to only 300 copies with an 8 page booklet containing lots of photos and an original 1976 Rochester, NY newspaper article with information regarding the Elvis concert at the Community War Memorial on July 26, 1976. The sound is very good for an audience recording and Elvis is delivering a decent show, being in good spirits. This comcert has NOT been released yet on factory pressed cd. All you fans out there know what to expect from Elvis´ Rochester 76-performance - so if you are interested be advised to get your copy as soon as you can.


01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. See See Rider
03. I Got A Woman / Amen
04. Love Me
05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
06. You Gave Me A Mountain
07. All Shook Up
08. Teddy Bear / Don´t Be Cruel
09. And I Love You So
10. Jailhouse Rock
11. Fever
12. America The Beautiful (with reprise)
13. Polk Salad Annie
14. Band Introductions
15. Early Morning Rain
16. What I´d Say
17. Johnny B. Goode
18. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt)
19. Bass Solo 1 (Blues - Jerry Scheff)
20. Bass Solo 2 (The Battle Of New Orleans - Jerry Scheff)
21. Piano Solo (Tony Brown)
22. Electric Piano Solo (David Briggs)
23. Love Letters
24. School Day
25. Hurt (with reprise)
26. Hound Dog
27. Funny How Time Slips Away
28. Can´t Help Falling In Love
29. Closing Vamp / Announcement

Ronaldv wrote on May 03, 2012
Elvis live in the summer of 1976? Does that ring a (negative) bell to me?
Johnny2523 wrote on May 03, 2012
not to me love those shows in fact. The previous volumes been great so no doubt this will be to
Steve V wrote on May 03, 2012
C'mon really? Why? Oh I see now, it's quite a different show, The Battle Of New Orleans by Jerry Scheff.
Lefty wrote on May 04, 2012
There are a couple of very good shows from the Summer of 76. The CDs "Final Homecoming" (Goodbye Memphis) and "Old Times They Are Not Forgotten" come to mind as being very good. Plus, they're soundboards in excellent sound quality. Too bad this one is an AR. The packaging however looks promising. Probably a good buy for the diehard collectors.
Ciscoking wrote on May 04, 2012
For die-hard collectors only, I`d say. First release on silver disc. A rather lifeless concert.
theoldscudder wrote on May 05, 2012
Oh boy. The cover says it all.