Lake Charles (Turn Around And Look At Me)

A new import CD was released in the "The Live Concert Series". The CD "Lake Charles (Turn Around And Look At Me)" contains an audience recording recorded live at the Civic Centre, Lake Charles, Louisiana, May 4th, 1975, 02:30. A few years ago, this concert was available on CDR with the same sleeve, this time it comes as a real CD (picture disc) and a 4 page colour booklet. The total playing time should be 65 minutes. Track listing Theme 2001/ See See Rider / Turn Around And Look At Me / I Got A Woman – Amen / Elvis introduces himself as Johnny Cash and sings a few lines of I Walk The Line / Jambalaya / Love Me / If You Love Me (let me know) / Love Me Tender / All Shook Up / Teddy Bear – Don’t Be Cruel / Help Me / Why Me, Lord / Polk Salad Annie / Band Introductions – Hail! Hail! Rock’n’Roll / The Wonder Of You / T-R-O-U-B-L-E / I’ll Remember You / Let Me Be There / An American Trilogy / Hound Dog / Funny How Time Slips Away / Little Darlin’ / Can’t Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp.
Source: Email / Updated: Dec 22, 2003 
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Tupelo (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 29, 2003report abuse
hi trying2,I agree with you, good songs!! If your interested in this kind of discussion you should take a look at this site, and go to the article So what nex bmg? It is nice one.
Null (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 27, 2003report abuse
I personally like to hear "Turn Around Look AT Me" and if it is a good recording of the song, would like to see BMG release it as a single since it is not a typical Presley release. Also,BMG in my opinion has done a lot for the established fans but hasn't done enough to generate a new fan base for coming generations. The relase of Rubberneckin' was ok but far too long after ALLC to make any impact. Since all of Elvis' studio recording from '67 on were done with his voice on seperate tracks, RCA has a wealth of material from which to work and could completely seperate his vocals with all new music accompaniement and arrangements to appeal to a more modern audience in every field--especially in the Country market as well as the Rock market. imagine "Power of My Love" with a modern musical band or " I washed My Hands in Muddy Water" ... ? What do others think?
orionfan (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 26, 2003report abuse
Elvis impersonator Jimmy "Orion" Ellis also recorded "Turn Around, Look At Me" on the album "Rockabilly/Sunrise".
Tony D. (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 23, 2003report abuse
Is this the same concert that was issued from soundboard source, several years ago on the Fort Baxter 4 CD box set "The King on stage"?
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 23, 2003report abuse
Huh! A PRIME example of a botched up compiled altered concert that ANY discerning fan should stay 600 miles away from!
Marco Aurelio (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 23, 2003report abuse
Great cover art. I guess Turn Around And Look At Me is from Ashville July,23,1975.
xavier (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 22, 2003report abuse
It's a very good show but the song Turn Around Look At Me ( what a song !!) is taken from the april 23, 1975 Show and not from this show ! Why ? The sound quality is good!
jean-phi (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 22, 2003report abuse
Hi I think that the song "turn around look at me" of the show go from asheville july 23 1975 why ? because ELVIS announce polk salad annie after this song. jean-philippe

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