Elvis As Recorded Live In Lake Charles

Coming soon: Elvis As Recorded Live In Lake Charles Louisiana - May 4, 1975 - Evening Show

-Newly remastered
-38 tracks including the evening show from May 4, 1975 + 8 bonus tracks!
-Elvis sings "Jambalaya", "Johnny B. Goode", "Big Boss Man", "Fairytale", "My Boy", "Promised Land", "It's Midnight" and many others...
Including 8 pages booklet with photos and recording information.

The evening show from May 4, 1975 was released on the "A Profile - The King On Stage" boxset (released in 1995) from the Fort Baxter label - Now available for the first time on a single disc!


1 Elvis talks 2 Jambalaya 3 Love Me 4 If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 5 Love Me Tender 6 All Shook Up 7 Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel 8 The Wonder Of You 9 Polk Salad Annie 10 Band Introductions (part 1) 11 What I’d Say featuring James Burton’s guitar solo 12 Ronnie Tutt’s drums solo 13 Jerry Scheff’s Blues solo 14 Glen Hardin’s piano solo 15 Band Introductions (part 2) 16 School Days 17 Johnny B. Goode 18 Steamroller Blues 19 T-R-O-U-B-L-E 20 I’ll Remember You 21 Why Me Lord? 22 Let Me Be There 23 An American Trilogy 24 Hound Dog 25 Elvis talks 26 Funny How Time Slips Away 27 Little Darlin’ 28 Can’t Help Falling In Love 29 Closing Vamp 30 Announcement

Bonus tracks - recorded live on tour

31 Help Me 32 You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 33 Big Boss Man 34 It’s Midnight 35 Promised Land 36 Fairytale 37 Burning Love 38 My Boy

Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Dec 19, 2012 
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mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 22, 2012report abuse
Oh no mind to the ugly cover we are use to those with ftd.
Clemmie (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2012report abuse
I love the sound of the interesting songs recorded........and I love the beautiful smile on his face on the cover...he never lost his charm....even in the waning years of his life!
Morris (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2012report abuse
He just looked so -75 so I don't Understand I lookes better than Me -12 !
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2012report abuse
Yep..I, too think the show is too important to be skipped. If you don´t have it until yet,..you can grab it now.
Despite the ugly cover..
benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2012report abuse
Glad about the way Lefty and Natha see re-released imports ! I missed several of the original ones,so this one is on my list too and luckily dealer(s) is no problem for me. As for eventual forthcoming soundboards by FTD, maybe Cisco has some info about what's left ??? Always El.
Ronaldv (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2012report abuse
My hope is FTD regarding releasing new soundboards. One of their next releases should/could be a soundboard from 1974. The march or june/july tour/ Lake tahoe 74 or maybe one of the Eugene shows from november 1976. There are many other shows that I can think of, but I assume that's wishful thinking.
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2012report abuse
think it is a good cover. Elvis looks happy with this release..
Natha (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2012report abuse
Ronaldv, I agree with you. As for the re-releases. There are so many cds we might have missed through the years, so there is nothing wrong with that. In the line of this reasoning I only wish that these labels are honest about it. There is no need to pretend more than what they actually offer. The history of ELVIS releases (both official and bootlegs) are full of statements by the companies that are (half) true or even (deliberately) wrong. All these cds are as they are and one either want them or not. Most of us know about the shows and ELVIS at that moment (or we can read it on valued CD info sites like CicoKing's), so the discussion should only be about the quality of the release.
I hope FTD has some new ones, though I seriously doubt that.
Lefty (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2012report abuse
I think Ronald is right about the cover, it is ugly. I'm wondering if there are any new soundboards as well, but I highly doubt it. Whatever remains is most likely in the hands of FTD, which is fine, as long as they get around to releasing them. As for recirculating old soundboards, I'm okay with it. A lot of collectors never had a chance to own many of these shows, so it works for them, if they can find the dealers. That is the real question. Anyway, I think Cisco is right too. This release looks like a copy and paste job. Still, not bad if you don't own the FB original.
Orion (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2012report abuse
Ronald - I'm beginning to think that you're correct about the lack of "new" soundboards from any of the import labels leading to the assumption that what's left is in the hands of FTD. The last "unheard" soundboard that I can recall was on the excellent BoxCar set - that was the Madison, Wisc show from June of '77. As far as this show being incomplete - I don't recall many of the shows from this tour being recorded completely.
Ronaldv (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2012report abuse
Ugly cover. The bottom of the barrel has been reached again. I'm wondering, are there any soundboards left? I assume FTD is the only label left who owns them. Very sad indeed, but probably true.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2012report abuse
No label infos..?..looks like a copy and paste job from the old Baxter release for me..
blackdiamond (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2012report abuse
Love this (incomplete) show and I'm one of the lucky fans who has the Profile boxes. I think on this cd set the sound was pretty good. I wonder it could be better.
Orion (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2012report abuse
Not a bad show and the sound is good as were most of the May / June '75 soundboards. However, isn't that the late Johnny Hara on the cover (joke).

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