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    El Goes El Paso

    Tracks:

    01. 2001: A space odyssey
    02. See see rider
    03. I got a woman / Amen
    04. Love me
    05. If you love me let me know
    06. You gave me a mountain
    07. All shook up
    08. Teddy bear / Don't be cruel
    09. Help me
    10. Fever
    11. Jailhouse rock
    12. And I love you so
    13. Polk salad Annie
    14. Introductions to band
    15. Early morning rain
    16. What'd I say
    17. Drum solo by Ronnie Tutt
    18. Fender bass solo by Jerry Scheff
    19. Piano solo by Tony Brown
    20. Electric piano solo by David Briggs
    21. Love letters
    22. School days
    23. Hurt
    24. Hurt (reprise)
    25. Hound dog
    26. Funny how time slips away
    27. Can't help falling in love
    28. Closing riff / Announcements

    Label: Audionics
    Released: 2004
    Sound quality: very good (soundboard)

    Date: June 2, 1976
    Location: El Paso

    Jumpsuit: Bicentennial suit

    Reviews: n/a

    Pictures: 1
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    Audiosamples:
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    The sound and show should be very good. Looking forward to hear this CD
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    They released "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin ' in 2001.

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    I just received it and I must say that I'm quite happy with it. The artwork (pictures and linernotes) are great. The show itself is very good (for a 1976 one). Elvis sounds upbeat and he really put effort in bringing good renditions of the songs.

    There's nice talking with the audience between songs. Elvis even treats is with two complete versions of 'Hurt' (still a new song for him by then).

    Great (and unexpected) new release
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    Elvis seems to be in a better-than-usual mood and he sings very well during this concert. The sound on the cd is good and the artwork is nice to watch.

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    Average show in good sound quality. The booklet looks good.

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