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The upcoming Southern Comfort / Audionics double CD set "Request Box" will feature the complete August 19 Dinner Show, half the Midnight Show (until the introduction of the Righteous Brothers), the complete August 20 Dinner show and from that day's midnight show the "Thats All Right / CC Rider / That's All Right" medley. All remastered from the original 1975 audience-recording.

Source: Email / Updated: Jan 21, 2008 

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Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 24, 2008report abuse
Well in any event, fellas, this is going to be a monster of a release! The original was one of the bootlegs I ever bought - many years later, in fact. I found it a used record store in Boston among the CDs and was intrigued by the set list - and the disgusting "bathroom story." Just kidding, folks, it wasn't disgusting but it was "too much information"! The dynamic duo of "Southern Comfort / Audionics" strikes again! Too good to be true!
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 23, 2008report abuse
Ciscoking, when i say something, generaly, i know what i'm talking. My souces are the audio from the 3 concerts, that i have, and the video from two of them that i have too! You better listen to the concerts and see then if you have the chance!
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 22, 2008report abuse
I have to correct some things: There were n o long band intros, we all know in Vegas the intros were shortened for various reasons. our man usually had one hour time. Elvis performed many rare songs like Green Green Grass Of Home which he did only in Vegas or Loving You, Crying In The Chapel or Young And Beautiful. About the sitting around between songs: he did it, yes, but briefly, most was exaggerated by the press at this time and fans comments were passed over. After years the brief rests were long breaks. The running time was approx.50 minutes..just standard..and permitted by the management. please let it stand admins..i know I posted this one twice,..but we have 2 threads...and my post fits for both. so please, Ladies and Gents..
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 22, 2008report abuse
Those were nice shows from The King, although we only have him really on stage (apart the opening one) singing 13 / 14 songs with long band intros. He was really in very bad physical shape (in various songs he sang sited down on the stage floor and even lay down some times). The audience just couldn’t guess he was ill and saw that as a King's extravaganza. The last show, where you have a fantastic 4 minutes medley of That’s All Right / CC Rider / That's All Right" (with full guitar solos in each one) he was on stage for less than 50 minutes including very long band intros. In the end he had serious breath problem and went strait from Vegas to the Baptist Memorial hospital in Memphis.
FLY-TROUBLE! (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 22, 2008report abuse
Yes,he sang the last version on aug. 19th during the D/S which you can find on this cd in complete form.
Mofoca22 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2008report abuse
is that the show elvis last sang suspicious minds?
FLY-TROUBLE! (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2008report abuse

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