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Las Vegas 1975

April 18, 2016 | Music

FTD will release a 2 CD, Las Vegas 1975, in the regular 5" releases next month. The set will contain the Midnight Show of March 22 and the Dinner Show of April 1, 1975.



March 22, Midnight show
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra 1:10
02 See See Rider 3:41
03 I Got A Woman / Amen 5:39
04 Love Me 2:17
05 If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 2:56
06 And I Love You So 3:30
07 Big Boss Man 2:33
08 It’s Midnight 3:02
09 Promised Land 2:52
10 Green, Green Grass Of Home 3:40
11 Fairytale 3:28
12 Introductions 8:19
13 My Boy 3:47
14 I'll Remember You 2:29
15 Let Me Be There 3:30
16 (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel 2:03
17 Hound Dog 1:56
18 You’re The Reason I’m Living 2:38
19 Can’t Help Falling In Love 1:40
20 Closing Vamp 0:55


21 Sweet Caroline (March 30, Midnight show) 2:47
22 Funny How Time Slips Away (March 30, Midnight show) 2:35
23 Fairytale (March 31, Midnight show) 3:20
24 Burning Love (March 31, Midnight show) 2:58


April 1, Dinner show 
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra 1:06
02 See See Rider 3:39
03 Love Me 2:16
04 If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 2:55
05 And I Love You So 3:28
06 Big Boss Man 2:37
07 The Wonder Of You 1:52
08 Burning Love 3:25
09 Introductions 7:53
10 My Boy 4:01
11 I'll Remember You 2:30
12 Let Me Be There 3:15
13 How Great Thou Art 3:05 
14 Hound Dog 1:32
15 Fairytale 3:30
16 Can’t Help Falling In Love 1:40
17 Closing Vamp 0:34

“I Got A Woman / Amen” is missing on the original source tape

Source:The OEPFC of Great Britain

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schemies wrote on April 18, 2016
This sounds fine to me, despite the fact that the March 22 MS was published years ago on the Fort Baxter box "The King on Stage (A Profile, Vol.2)". So hopefully they can improve the sound a little bit. The April 1 DS is a soundboard, too? All of this is surely better than another 1976 show right now.
Ciscoking wrote on April 18, 2016
Yep....we only had an AR of the DS from April 1. March 22, 1975 MS is without any doubt the best show from this Vegas season. This makes it worthwhile also for new fans and those who dont own bootlegs. April 1 DS is a perfect addition...decent show with fine song line-up and the bonus tracks round this pack up..I think its the best what you can get from this Vegas season. March , 1975 MS is one tape and no splice of 2 shows a mentioned somewhere else..
Johnny2523 wrote on April 18, 2016
you're welcome helping with the tracklisting.. and then delete my message.
Dazman wrote on April 19, 2016
Terrific cover shot used here, great layout design too. Bit of a nothing title, otherwise I'm glad that we finally get a SB outing of the April Fools Day dinner show. Cisco: did Elvis sing a few lines of 'Roses Are Red' during the March 22 MS ? and will there be any bonus cuts from the April 1 closing show ?
Ciscoking wrote on April 19, 2016
No bonus from the clsoing show. I havent heard the FTD tape...but its one show and no splice.
whetherman wrote on April 19, 2016
Strange. The OEPFC site is showing bonus tracks from 1 April closing show, but on here and what Cisco says is that that is wrong. I don't really mind either way as we're getting 2 good shows here with some sort of bonus tracks.
Ciscoking wrote on April 19, 2016
I have chosen the bonus tracks together with Ernst..,,,and there werent any from the CS
TheMemphisFan wrote on April 21, 2016
Ciscoking, who comes up with the generic titles for many of the FTDs? As you know, Elvis appeared in Las Vegas three different times in 1975... March/April, August, and December. Oh well, as usual it's the music that matters the most.
Ciscoking wrote on April 21, 2016
Not me....dont know....
blackdiamond wrote on April 21, 2016
I will definately order the 1975 live FTD, but i hope that the art work will change!
Pedro Nuno wrote on May 03, 2016
What a Great Release. The Show from 22 March is not only the best show of the season, as is one of the best concerts Elvis gave in Vegas after 1970, and is, for me , his last great concert in Vegas. A true fine release. A must have to all. Great Job FTD. This package is so good that it should have been released under the Sony/BMG Legacy label