Elvis Presley Live in LA contains the original soundboard recordings taken from the May 11th, 1974 performance at The Forum in Inglewood.
The latest edition in the Follow That Dream Collector's Series contains 49 songs, all recorded in Nashville between May 1966 and September 1967. Track list includes such favorites as "Guitar Man," "Big Boss Man" and "Just Call Me Lonesome."
Elvis - Live In Vegas features a great complete concert from Elvis' opening Vegas season in 1969. Elvis received critical acclaim for these shows and now this official release of the August 26, Dinner Show makes it available for fans around the world.
Ann Moses was a correspondent for NME and Tiger Beat publications during this magic time and she had the good fortune to meet Elvis and report on the shows. Her unique photos from this season are featured in the package, some published for the first time. The booklet also includes a unique essay written by Ann. 5" Digi-Pack with 12 page colour booklet.
This 2-disc set in the classic album series complements its previous volume. This version of Elvis' Jailhouse Rock features all the missing outtakes for 6 great songs! The 7" inch digi-pack format features a 12-page booklet with great photographs and RARE memorabilia.
The Chicago Stadium '76 release is a 2-CD soundboard set consisting of above average sound quality and features Elvis in absolutely great form. It's packaged on a 5" gatefold digi pack with an 8-page booklet with many photos from the shows on October 14/15, 1976.
Elvis as Recorded at Boston Garden '71 features the highly regarded concert that Elvis performed on November 10, 1971. Still at the height of his power, Elvis received critical acclaim for this show and now this official release finally makes it available for fans around the world. With so few live recordings available from this period, this is a key release for anyone's collection.
Elvis as Recorded at Boston Garden '71 is released in a 5" digipack format with an 8-page booklet.
Lead Guitar: James Burton; rhythm guitar: John Wilkinson; bass: Jerry Scheff; drums: Ronnie Tutt; piano: Glen D. Hardin, acoustic guitar and backing vocals: Charlie Hodge; backing vocals: Kathy Westmoreland, The Sweet Inspirations, J.D. Sumner & The Stamps Quartet. The Tony Bruno Orchestra conducted by Joe Guercio
Compilation produced and art directed by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon
Mastered by Lene Reidel
Complete List Of Songs Recorded Article Count: 3
FTD Collectors Label Article Count: 106
Official BMG/RCA CDs Article Count: 14
Official BMG/RCA CDs