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Elvis - Dixieland Rocks FTD CD

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This Follow That Dreams Records release Dixieland Rocks is a soundboard recording from Elvis concerts in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on May 6 & 7, 1975. Word from FTD is that it was a brilliant show and the technical quality of the recording is about the best you'll ever hear from an informal soundboard recording.

This 1975 concert is an appropriate follow-up to the most recent FTD release 6363 Sunset, which focused on material from 1972 with a partial spotlight on 1975.

Tracks 1-18 Recorded at Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro May 6, 1975. Tracks 19-24 recorded the following night at the same location. The tracks from May 7 were used, as the ending of the show was missing the on the May 6 tape.

Digital engineer: Lene Reidel at Tocano.

Click here for more about the FTD Music Label. Item #: EPCD011
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Stephie (7/30/2009)
By the time he did this spring tour of 1975, Elvis was getting bored with "American Trilogy". However, he does a nice performance of it here and this album is a terrific show!
Steven Naylor (3/25/2009)
I give this FTD 5 stars. An excellent performance...Elvis will blow you away with great versions of Let Me Be There, T-R-O-U-B-L-E, and American Trilogy. Definitely worth getting, a great concert of '75.
Hans Ziegler (2/13/2009)
I'm from canada and I didn't know about FTD. I thought I had every Elvis recording there was, including concerts. Dixieland rocks is one of the best showes I have ever heard. Elvis is in great sperits and having fun. The songs if you love me and let me be there are my faverits. I am having a hard time deciding which FTD CD to buy next..
Eric Cornelius (7/14/2007)
I didn't know what to expect when I got my copy of this CD. It blew me away. Elvis sounds better than ever. He's energetic, has fun on stage with each song and blows the roof off the joint on My Boy, American Trilogy and Bridge Over Troubled Water. Plus,this version of The Wonder of You might be better than the one from his Vegas show in 1970. Awesome concert captured here for all to enjoy. I LOVE this CD.
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