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Elvis - Dinner at Eight - A 1975 Vegas Recording FTD CD
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Elvis - Dinner at Eight - A 1975 Vegas Recording FTD CD

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The 19th release from the Follow That Dream series. This time, we were lucky to find, in private possession, a tape of Elvis' dinner show in Las Vegas on December 13, 1975. Different to most of what we call soundboards, this concert was recorded on a reel-to-reel tape, not the usual cassette. The show is still in mono though, and there are a few tape problems along the way, but in general sounds good.

Click here for more about the FTD Music Label. Item #: EPCD016
Track Listing:

1. C.C. Rider
2. I Got A Woman/Amen
3. Love Me
4. Help Me Make It Through The Night
5. Trying To Get To You
6. And I Love You So
7. All Shook Up
8.(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel
9. Wooden Heart
10. You Gave Me A Mountain
11.Polk Salad Annie
12.Band Introductions
13. How Great Thou Art
14. Softly, As I Leave You
15. America
16. Mystery Train/Tiger Man
17. Blue Christmas
18. Can't Help Falling In Love
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Stephie (7/30/2009)
There aren't many released LIVE shows from the era of Las Vegas, in Dec . 1975, but it'd be nice if there were.
Steve Damon (8/27/2007)
The description of this cd says there are a few problems w/ the tape...Well, I've listened to this over & over and I don't hear them, so I say that this cd is PERFECT!!!! a great show indeed w/the rarities, such as " HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT" , "WOODEN HEART" & "AMERICA"......get it fans!!!!!
Eric Cornelius (7/29/2007)
Elvis blows away all doubters in this concert. His voice is strong and he has lots of energy. he never sounded better on Help me make it thru the night, How Great Thou Art and the timeless Softly, As I Leave You. FTD is famous for their nice surprises....on this's the live version of America and Wooden Heart. Thank you've done it again.