Big Boss Man

Big Boss Man is the title of FTD's concert soundboard recording due out on April 1st. The CD will contain Elvis' March 1975 dinner show engagement at the Las Vegas Hilton. Also on April 1st, FTD Records will release a 2-CD version of Elvis is Back! and their next book/CD combination entitled Rocking Across Texas. Track listing: See See Rider / I Got A Woman – Amen / Love Me / If You Love Me / And I Love You So / Big Boss Man / It’s Midnight / Promised Land / Burning Love / Introductions / My Boy / I’ll Remember You / Let Me Be There / Hound Dog / American Trilogy / Can’t Help Falling In Love Extras: You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (3-31-75) / The Wonder Of You (3-31-75) / Bridge Over Troubled Water (3-31-75) / Little Darlin’ (3-31-75) / Hawaiian Wedding Song (3-31-75) / Green Green Grass Of Home (Undated) / Fairytale (Undated) /Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel (Undated) / You’re The Reason I’m Living (Undated).
Source: Elvis Australia / Updated: Feb 11, 2005 
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i saw the light (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 1, 2005report abuse
Couple of songs from this album you can find on 'Live In Las Vegas' box, cd 4. I simply don't like their sound quality (it's poor and boring), and I hope that ftd would be able to fix that. (DEA have done great job on 'From Sunset Blvd To Paradise Road', remastering the sound - I don't want to listen Live In Las Vegas cd 4 any more when I know that the sound quality could be 10 times better). People at BMG/FTD should buy and listen some bootlegs to see how to handle with live material in proper manner.
Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 14, 2005report abuse
Interesting to read of a CD containing an unreleased Elvis concert in good quality described as "another waste of time". Some of us are obviously spoilt by the amount of unreleased recordings being issued by BMG/FTD. How things change, ten years ago everybody was crying out for these recordings to be released!
Dazcav (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 13, 2005report abuse
i agree fully with jim semple from my own look it has at least two songs missing maybe more, but cant wait to hear on soundboard hows about 6.8.73 released ftd guys
glennd (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 12, 2005report abuse
I can´t wait to lay my hands on it ! Sounds very good. Elvis is this season in good vioce, so what do we want more ? I hope we will get a concert from the May or June season ?!? TCB.
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 12, 2005report abuse
This isn't just another 'boring Vegas show' the listing differs from 'known' listings of the 30th March 75' Dinner show and who knows maybe its a show i havn't even heard(and iv'e heard all that's available that season!) This season needs to be 'represented properly' and i guess they don't have the opening night show and besides the 'bonus' tracks are all first versions of songs at this engagement or 'rare' and that's VERY interesting too. Looking forward to it!
PaulFromFrance (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 12, 2005report abuse
Another boring 70s show. I'll buy it to express my support, but I think BMG, maybe, doesn't have something of interest anymore. It's sad but it was predictable. Happily, "Elvis is back" is coming. Allways a milestone in Elvis career, after 45 years.
dailyone (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 12, 2005report abuse
another waste of time. lets get some more remixes. where is my dvd 2nd to none.
Dan The Man (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 11, 2005report abuse
I'm sure this will be a good cd, as for people being fed up with his repertoire, Elvis tried to change it in 74, but the audience didn't like it("If you Talk In Your Sleep" August 19, 1974) As I See it he really wanted to make a change, but somehow he was stuck with his image!
Looking forward to this.
Sidewinder (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 11, 2005report abuse
I remember reading somewhere that the dignitaries (Barron Hilton etc.) that attended opening nights were fed up with hearing Elvis perform the same songs all the time so they pressured The Colonel into getting Elvis to change his repertoire every now and again. This was allegedly how shows like this came about. But Elvis "being Elvis" would change back to his tried and tested after a few shows.
jeremytcb (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 11, 2005report abuse
Elvis' song line-ups for this engagement showed two things...he wanted to do his current stuff and take it easier after being in the hospital. A lot of his current hits are included, but almost nothing from earlier in his career, which surely disappointed some in the crowd. But, at least the majority are good choices and are actually his hits. Elvis had a nice string of Top 20's in the mid 70's and they are well represented. As for show length, 15 tunes is about the standard by this point. His shows usually clocked in at around 60-70 min. throughout the 70's (with exceptions of course), until 1977 where he would barely get in 45-50 min (thanks to band intros) and about a dozen tunes. But, more important than length, song selection, etc. is Elvis' mood and vocals that is what makes a show.
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 11, 2005report abuse
From my own research, it looks certain to me, that this concert is incomplete, missing at least 1 song probably more.
shaneleebrown (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 11, 2005report abuse
Elvis wasn't exactly giving long concerts on that engagement if that's a full show, was he? :)
Cro@kie (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 11, 2005report abuse
As long as it's not a lousy 1977 concert.........
abbs007 (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 11, 2005report abuse
Well, good news. Hope "Big boss man" will be the complete dinner show from march, 30rd 75, as announced earlier, and not a compilation of two concerts.

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