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    Walking In Memphis Sonny's Avatar
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    Gyrating Asheville

    Gyrating Asheville



    CD 1 - tracks:

    2001: A space odyssey
    See see rider
    I got a woman / Amen
    Big boss man
    Love me
    If you love me let me know
    It's midnight
    All shook up
    Teddy bear / Don't be cruel
    Hound dog
    The wonder of you
    Turn around, look at me
    Polk salad Annie
    Band introductions
    Johnny B Goode
    Band solos

    CD 2 - tracks:

    Introductions
    School days
    T.R.O.U.B.L.E.
    Why me Lord
    How great Thou art
    Let me be there
    Shake a hand
    Fairytale
    Introduction of Vernon
    Little darlin'
    Mystery train / Tiger man
    Funny how time slips away
    It's now or never
    Promised land
    Can't help falling in love

    Label: Live Archives EPE 1020
    Released: 1997
    Sound quality: average (audience recording)

    Date: July 23, 1975
    Location: Asheville

    Jumpsuit: Dark blue gypsy suit

    Reviews: n/a

    Pictures: 1
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    Last edited by Sonny; 02-04-2007 at 07:01 AM.

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    This really is one of Elvis' best concerts. He's upbeat, but still focused on the heavy songs. If only this one had been recorded on soundboard.
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    In July 1975 Elvis performed some great concerts and this is one of them. The King is in a great mood, his voice couldn't be any better and his selection of songs is just great. Elvis really rocks the house and the sound of the audience recording is good enough to let you enjoy his performance. The cover artwork is nicely done, too. If this show was released as a soundboard recording, it would be a must have. But as long as no such recording shows up, just buy this cd. You won't be disappointed!

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