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Omaha, Nebraska '74

April 10, 2018 | Music

FTD announced the release of “ELVIS: OMAHA NEBRASKA‘74”.  Released as a 5” digipack, this 2-CD set features both the Afternoon and Evening Show at the Omaha Civic Auditorium, June 30, 1974.


Disc 1- June 30, 1974, Afternoon show 2:30PM

01 See See Rider 4:09
02 I Got A Woman/Amen 4:15
03 Love Me 2:28
04 Trying To Get To You 2:03
05 All Shook Up 1:18
06 Love Me Tender 1:41
07 Hound Dog 1:17
08 Fever 3:07
09 Polk Salad Annie 4:17
10 Why Me Lord 2:41
11 Suspicious Minds 3:44
12 Introductions 1:35
13 I Can’t Stop Loving You 2:29
14 Help Me 2:41
15 American Trilogy 3:51
16 Let Me Be There 4:26
17 Funny How Time Slips Away 3:57
18 Big Boss Man 2:44
19 Steamroller Blues 3:05
20 Can’t Help Falling In Love 1:52
21 Closing Vamp 1:52

Disc 2 - June 30, 1974, Evening show 8:30PM

01 See See Rider 4:03
02 I Got A Woman/Amen 4:21
03 Love Me 2:01
04 Trying To Get To You 2:02
05 All Shook Up 2:01
06 Love Me Tender 1:43
07 How Great Thou Art 2:52
08 Hound Dog 1:13

 09 Fever 3:08
10 Polk Salad Annie 4:13
11 Why Me Lord 3:08
12 Suspicious Minds 3:52
13 Introductions 3:16
14 I Can’t Stop Loving You 2:46
15 Help Me 2:46
16 Bridge Over Troubled Water 4:05
17 Let Me Be There 4:05
18 Happy Birthday 0:26
19 Funny How Time Slips Away 3:39
20 Big Boss Man 2:4
21 My Way 0:30
22 Steamroller Blues (incomplete) 2:16

Source:The OEPFC of Great Britain

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Ciscoking wrote on April 11, 2018
Both shows are very entertaining and nothing speaks against them.
atomic powered poste wrote on April 12, 2018
If one who normally praises every mediocre show as if it is the greatest thing between heaven and earth says that "nothing epeaks against them", than i know that this shows are a waste of time. Read between the lines.
Ciscoking wrote on April 13, 2018
Astonishing what some read between the lines. More astonishing that they never heard anything from these shows so far. I know them.
circleG wrote on April 13, 2018
thanks Cisco i'll be getting this
Dazman wrote on April 14, 2018
Most likely will be getting this. Although Elvis' best for '74 is behind him, I still like this tour. I like to call it the 'havin' fun' tour because much of the dialogue for the Boxcar LP came from this summer period. I don't have the 'Fashion' book that had the CD of the July 1 gig but after hearing it on YouTube it was an entertaining show but I just felt Elvis' singing was a little more forced than it was effective. Maybe a sign of mental fatigue. I never thought Elvis sang How Great Thou Art in June/July '74, until now. I like to use the Kansas City and Cleveland shows as the standard for this tour. Let's hope these 2 live up to it.
Ciscoking wrote on April 14, 2018
I already have it and I must say..really interesting and entertaining shows. Elvis is focused on the music and has full control over everything...in the ES he even does a oneliner of What A Friend We Have In Jesus in the reprise of Funny How Time Slips Away....love those shows..Ernst..thank you !
EKay wrote on May 12, 2018
Cisco, do you ever send back any negative feedback to Ernst?
Ton Bruins wrote on May 29, 2018
The same old stuff...FTD is not to blame of course but Elvis himself. The same old songs night after night. Sometimes with a surprise or three in the tracklist but Elvis did run through it within an hour. For the dollars of course. Nothing bad about that but to buy such a CD and listen to it ? No thanks.