1. 2001 Theme 2. C.C. Rider 3. I Got A Woman / Amen 4. Help Me Make It Through The Night 5. Steamroller Blues 6. You Gave Me A Mountain 7. Love Me 8. Blue Suede Shoes 9. Medley: Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' on / Mama Don't Dance / Flip, Flop and Fly / Jailhouse Rock 10. My Way 11. How Great Thou Art 12. Hound Dog 13. Fever 14. Something 15. All Shook Up 16. Memphis, Tennessee 17. What Now My Love 18. Suspicious Minds 19. Introductions 20. I'll Remember You 21. I Can't Stop Loving You 22. Release Me 23. An American Trilogy 24. A Big Hunk O' Love 25. Can't Help Falling In Love 26. Closing Vamp
We had this show before as cdr,"Cape finale in Atlanta."(reviewed by Stefan elswhere)
So the show is pretty wel known.
It's a great show, stand out versions, rare songs,a high spitrited Elvis.
He even calls Atlanta lovingly his "second home"!!
But...Rainbow records,for once,delivers a bit less then promised.
They said to have worked with four sources to get this release complete and upgraded.
They added a nice booklet, they worked on the sound too...but i say the sound is about 5% better...
But in a way this is a (small)complaint.
I'm glad to have one of his best 1973 tourshows on a pressed silver disc.
Atlanta loved Elvis and we all do the same.
A great performance,one of his best,but this cd,altough very enjoyable, is for the collector only.
I know we can not always have the greatest sound with these kind of stuff,but the label has a good reputation.
Certainly with the advertising about the "four sources" stuff is this a bit overblown.
I also think some bonus songs from the same year could do no harm to make this cd more "complete".
Still,if you can find it,it's worth the cash.
The show makes up for the lesser sound.