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    Pair Of Boots, A

    Pair Of Boots, A



    Tracks:

    01. Big boss man (Las Vegas, August 25, 1974)
    02. If you love me let me know (Las Vegas, August 25, 1974)
    03. Until it's time for you to go (Las Vegas, August 30, 1974)
    04. We shall overcome (one liner) (Las Vegas, August 27, 1974)
    05. If you talk in your sleep (Las Vegas, August 27, 1974)
    06. Hawaiian wedding song (Las Vegas, August 27, 1974)
    07. Early morning rain (Las Vegas, August 29, 1974)
    08. Softly as I leave you (Las Vegas, August 1974)
    00. Amen (Las Vegas, August 1974)
    10. How great Thou art (Las Vegas, August 18, 1975)
    11. T.R.O.U.B.L.E. (Las Vegas, August 20, 1975)
    12. And I love you so (Las Vegas, August 20, 1975)
    13. Green green grass of home (Las Vegas, August 20, 1975)
    14. Fairytale (Las Vegas, August 20, 1975)
    15. Happy birthday James Burton (Las Vegas, August 21, 1975)
    16. Introductions (Las Vegas, August 1975)
    17. School days (Las Vegas, August 1975)
    18. Young and beautiful (Las Vegas, August 19, 1975)
    19. It's now or never (Las Vegas, August 19, 1975)
    20. Burning love (Las Vegas, August 20, 1975)

    21. Introduction / Here comes Santa Claus
    22. Announcer / Blue Christmas
    23. Announcer / Oh little town of Bethlehem
    24. Announcer / Silent night
    25. I'll be home for Christmas
    26. Announcer / I believe
    27. Announcer / if everyday was like Christmas
    28. Announcer / How great Thou art
    29. Announcer / I'll be home for Christmas
    30. Announcer / Elvis' Christmas message for 1966
    31. I'll be home for Christmas / Announcer

    Label: POB 677475
    Released: 1998
    Sound quality: average/good

    Reviews: n/a

    Note: tracks 01-18 were recorded in Las Vegas, during the August seasons in 1974 and 1975. These songs appear on several other imports.
    Tracks 21-31 are taken from a fairly rare 1966 radio broadcast, which at the time was presented to a limited amount of radio stations as a reel tape. This radio broadcast also appeared on "Seasons Greetings From Elvis".
    Last edited by Sonny; 02-21-2007 at 11:40 AM.

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