Kansas City Blues Cover Art

Here's the front cover and track listing of the Fort Baxter Classic Series re-release "Kansas City Blues". This CD contains the June 29th, 1974 evening show in Kansas City, MO. Originally this CD on the first Profile box-set was completed with two songs from Dayton, OH October 6th, 1974 evening show ("Johnny B. Goode" and "Can't Help Falling In Love"). Fort Baxter thought it would be best to use this time songs from the Milwaukee, WI show recorded the previous night. All the re-release will come with full color booklets (12 pages) and improved sound from the original Fort Baxter master tapes. The technology has changed and this is now possible to improve several of those recordings originally featured on the two box-sets "A Profile - The King On Stage". The total playing time is 63:18 and the CD is expected to be out soon. Track listing: See See Rider / When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again - Blue Christmas / I Got A Woman - Amen / Love Me / Trying To Get To You / All Shook Up / Love Me Tender / Hound Dog / Fever / Polk Salad Annie / Why Me Lord? / Suspicious Minds / Introduction of the band / I Can't Stop Loving You / Help Me / Bridge Over Troubled Water / Let Me Be There (with reprise) / Funny How Time Slips Away (with reprise) / Big Boss Man / Steamroller Blues / Can't Help Falling In Love - Closing Vamp . The tracks 18-21 were recorded in Milwaukee, WI on June 28, 1974.
Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: May 16, 2005 
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Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Nice cover but all ready have this one on the Fort Baxter label. I am a little sceptical about the improve of sound.
Rick Mercoa (profilecontact) wrote on May 16, 2005report abuse
GReat to hear they do Hope they don't ripp us of with a cheap layout and fast made improvement
asd123 (profilecontact) wrote on May 16, 2005report abuse
Looks great so far. I will definitively buy those classic Fort Baxter re-releases, cause i missed the original ones 10 years ago...
JohanD (profilecontact) wrote on May 16, 2005report abuse
I have all the FB before,great collection. But, is this so much better then before,do we really need it to buy it again? I'm glad manny fans will catch it up this time, but what must the "Old gang" do now? Throw away the originals, and buy the "better" versions?

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