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Shaking Them Up

February 24, 2015 | Music

The forthcoming release from the "SR" label is titled "Shaking Them Up " and will feature the unreleased show from Jacksonville April 16, 1972 as. As everybody knows SR concentrates it's work on early 70's live period of Elvis' activity, trying to produce always unreleased shows with Elvis at the top of his possibilities. With the new release, we are proud to present the complete show from April 16th afternoon show, a rare show from a the first tour of the 1972, known well from the Elvis on Tour documentary... Elvis' love of singing is clear in this tape and we are glad to give you the opportunity to listen to it. 

After the emotionally breakdown of Vegas winter season where personal problems have blended with music and subsequent depression, Elvis starts the first of the three tours of the year with the will to give his best. The April tour 19 concerts in 15 days will be filmed from the MGM documentary Elvis in Tour and still present Elvis’ at the top of his possibility, the repertoire of the tour is an extension of the Vegas February season with the only inclusion of For The good times and Burning in love coming for his recording March sessions . The man looks pale in front the cameras and no in his best looking although in terrific shape, however in no way is possible to compare him with previous November 1971 tour.

Talking about the show , the show is solid and rough no too long considering a tour concert, we have 53 minutes only, but Elvis worked hard performing 18 songs, including his new single “An American Trilogy.” together his classic best repertoire of Vegas.. Talking of highlight of the show, we can agree with the Florida-Times review, the physical performance of Suspicious minds is surely the best moment of the show…...

This recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is very good considering the early Tour. The sound was restored in matter to remove the background noise and preserving Elvis’ voice and trying to achieve best possible results. We have spent hours in the studio over the digital restoration of the sound, to give you the chance to hear it with pleasure.

This new CD will come with the classic of deluxe Digipack four panels, containing a collection of live photographs from the actual show .


01. 2001 Theme 02.See See Rider 03.Proud Mary 04.Never Been To Spain 05.You Gave Me A Mountain 06.Until It’s Time For You To Go 07.Polk Salad Annie 08.Love Me 09.All Shook Up 10.Teddy Bear /Don’t Be Cruel 11.Heartbreak Hotel 12.Hound Dog 13.How Great Thou Art 14.I Can’t Stop Loving You 15.Suspicious Minds 16.Band Introductions 17.For The Good Times 18.An American Trilogy 19.Funny How Time Slips Away 20.Can’t Help Falling In Love21.Closing Vamp 
Time 53.00 min 

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Ciscoking wrote on February 25, 2015
The show is not bad...but most likely the sound..what we have on cd-r is no good...oh..and its the evening show and not the afternoon show.
Jerome the 5th wrote on February 26, 2015
His love for singing is clear on this tape... That is reason enough to buy it. I have been looking for this evidence for a ling time...