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Hot August Night

July 30, 2014 | Music

A vinyl version of last year's FTD release will see the light late August, 45 years after its recording.


Side A

01 Blue Suede Shoes 2:25
(Carl Perkins)
02 I Got A Woman 2:43
(Ray Charles)
03 All Shook Up 1:54
(Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley)
04 Monologue 1:14
05 Love Me Tender 2:28
(Vera Matson/Elvis Presley)
06 Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel 3:05
(Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/(Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley)
07 Heartbreak Hotel 2:22
(Mae Boren Axton/Tommy Durden/Elvis Presley)

Side B

01 Hound Dog 4:48
(Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
02 I Can’t Stop Loving You 2:37
(Don Gibson)
03 My Babe 2:28
(Willie Dixon)
04 Mystery Train/Tiger Man 4:18
(Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/(Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns)
05 Baby, What You Want Me To Do 2:05
(Jimmy Reed)

Side C

01 Runaway 2:16
(Max Crook/Del Shannon)
02 Are You Lonesome Tonight? 3:04
(Roy Turk/Lou Handman)
03 Words 2:42
(Robin, Barry and Maurice Gibb)
04 Yesterday/Hey Jude 5:58
(John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
05 Introductions 4:35

Side D

01 In The Ghetto 2:48
(Mac Davis)
02 Suspicious Minds 7:20
(Mark James)
03 What’d I Say 3:49( Ray Charles)
04 Can’t Help Falling In Love 2:11
(Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss)

Recorded live on stage at 
The International Hotel, Las Vegas, 
Midnight Show,  
August 25, 1969

Source:The OEPFC of Great Britain

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marty wrote on July 30, 2014
A great release for vinyl lovers out there. Vinyl records are getting increased sales every year, contrary to the cds that are on the decline...
Smile:-) wrote on July 31, 2014
This is actually a milestone release!!! We may be spoiled with several releases from this engagement, but 1969 was one of his greatest years as an artist on stage and in the studio. And this is actually the first ever official release of a Complete 1969 concert on the original format: immaculate vinyl! :-) Thanks FTD, you did listen to me;-)
Lou A wrote on August 04, 2014
I agree with Smile. I usually don't buy the vinyl versions of FTD releases, but I may get this one . I've always loved the 1969 releases, both live and studio. I'm trying to remember how many shows RCA recorded back then, but a 1969 box set like the Young Man With The Big Beat , and That's The Way It Is would be great.