In 1974, ELvis can still pull it off.
See See Rider- Elvis arrives onstage energetic and jumps straight into this song, which is rare for a dinner show.
I Got A Woman/Amen- Better than the Recorded Live Onstage In Memphis version, but still not as good as my all time favorite, the Hampton Roads, 4/9/72 version.
Love Me- Okay version, but Elvis always did this song mainly for the scarf-giving.
Let Me Be There- Rare song, and very well-performed.
You've Lost That Loving Feeling- After not being performed for a year and a half, and only performed a few times after this, Elvis manages to pull of a straight, emotional version. ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS!!!
Sweet Caroline- Last verse is repeated, but still a powerful version.
Love Me Tender- Typical 1974 version, more sincere than in 1972 or before.
Rock Medley- Only One verse of Hound Dog, but still keeps you moving.
Fever- You can almost see him gyrating as you listen to the music.
Polk Salad Annie- Great version, despite Jerry Scheiff not being there to lay down a stunning bass solo. :'(
Spanish Eyes- Rare song, great version.
Suspicious Minds- You can tell he's getting bored with the song, but a much better version than Closing Night, but not as good as the versions from 70 or 72.
I Can't Stop Loving You- Always a favorite, Elvis never fails to deliver a powerful, rocking version.
Help Me- Great, sincere Gospel song.
An American Trilogy- Another major highlight, as always.
Let Me Be There- Okay, come on Elvis, We've already heard the song. You only have an hour, so try not to repeat songs.
Can't Help Falling In Love- Typical version of the typical show closer.
My Baby Left Me- Elvis tries too hard to do it in his 1956 voice.
Trying To Get To You- THis is the one song where Elvis proves he can still rock'n'roll, no matter what version you listen too.
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face- Rare song, performed better than CLosing Night.
Blueberry Hill/I Can't Stop Loving You- Starts out with the well-well-well-wells of I Got A Woman, but goes into one verse of "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again," which, sadly, was not performed enough in the 70s, proceeds through "Blueberry Hill," where Elvis repeats the first two verses three times (obviously an edit) and then closes with one of the best versions of "I Can't Stop Loving You."
Overall verdict- One of his best performances. Get it if you love the 70s Elvis.