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 Last Tango In Tahoe, released by Fort Baxter / 2005
 
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post Aug 28 2006, 02:43 PM
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Last Tango In Tahoe

Genre: live recording
Format: soundboard
Sound: good
Tracks: 24
Playing Time: 71:01

Recorded live: Lake Tahoe, NE, May 27th 1974 3AM show


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01 C.C. Rider (3:55)
02 I Got A Woman / Amen (4:55)
03 Love Me (2:04)
04 Trying To Get To You (2:06)
05 All Shook Up (1:08)
06 Love Me Tender (2:03)
07 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (2:02)
08 Hound Dog (with 2 reprises) (2:11)
09 Fever (3:06)
10 Polk Salad Annie (4:40)
11 Why Me, Lord ? (with reprise) (3:43)
12 Suspicious Minds (3:50)
13 Introductions (2:54)
14 I Can't Stop Loving You (2:34)
15 Help Me (2:40)
16 Bridge Over Troubled Water (with resprise)(5:46)
17 Let Me Be There (2:55)
18 The Wonder Of You (2:30)
19 Big Boss Man (2:48)
20 The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (3:20)
21 An American Trilogy (may 25th 1974 dinner show) (4:00)
22 It's Now Or Never (may 25th 1974 dinner show) (3:46)
23 Can't Help Falling In Love (may 25th 1974 dinner show) (1:39)
24 Closing Vamp (may 25th 1974 dinner show) (0:13)


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Notes:

This is a re-release of "Fort baxter's A Profile, The King On Stage volume 2, CD #1". Sound has been slightly improved over the old release.


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post Aug 28 2006, 03:58 PM
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the cover looks cool to my eyes....as far as the content goes I don't feel it's the best 74' show...but it's not bad either.

What i don't get is the sense of the title...why LAST tango in Tahoe??


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post Aug 28 2006, 04:44 PM
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Because it was his last show that season Gordon. It is not meant as last in "last show ever" in Tahoe. [img]style_emoticons/default/wink.gif[/img]


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post Aug 28 2006, 05:05 PM
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oh yeah that makes sense....thanks stefan just escaped my attention.


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In 2005 re-released on CD Sahara Tahoe Hotel (Snowball Entertainment EP 3).




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