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post Oct 9 2010, 05:47 PM
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01 | 00:00 | Also Sprach Zarathustra | 1:11
02 | 01:11 | See See Rider | 3:32
03 | 04:43 | When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again | 0:10
04 | 04:53 | I Got A Woman / Amen | 3:02
05 | 07:55 | Elvis greets Seattle | 0:22
06 | 08:17 | Love Me Tender (incl. false start) | 2:02
07 | 10:19 | Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel | 1:58
08 | 12:17 | You Gave Me A Mountain | 2:58
09 | 15:15 | Steamroller Blues | 3:27
10 | 18:42 | Surrender (humming one line) | 0:10
11 | 18:52 | You Don't have To Say You Love Me | 2:04
12 | 20:56 | Love Me | 1:46
13 | 22:42 | Blue Suede Shoes | 1:08
14 | 23:50 | Heartbreak Hotel | 1:39
15 | 25:29 | Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On | 1:42
16 | 27:11 | How Great Thou Art | 3:11
17 | 30:22 | Johnny B. Goode | 1:40
18 | 32:02 | Hound Dog | 1:59
19 | 34:01 | Fever | 3:01
20 | 37:02 | What Now My Love | 3:09
21 | 40:11 | Suspicious Minds | 4:10
22 | 44:21 | Band Introductions | 1:44
23 | 46:05 | I'll Remember You | 2:52
24 | 48:57 | I Can't Stop Loving You | 2:32
25 | 51:29 | An American Trilogy | 4:42
26 | 56:11 | A Big Hunk O' Love | 2:10
27 | 58:21 | Elvis says goodbye | 0:26
28 | 58:47 | Can't Help Falling In Love | 1:44
29 | 60:31 | Closing Vamp + Announcements | 0:56

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This concert was available before on cd ("When the blue moon turns to gold again") in reasonable sound.
Recently a very good sounding new source turned up in the cdr circuit.
For this release they have used that new source.
It's indeed an amazingly good sounding recording for a tour show.
The old cd can be kept for collectors sake, but from now on i will be playing this one.
One of the very best audience tour-recordings around!!

The booklet is nice with cool pics from the show.
The label anounced their next release already (Duluth 77), if it comes from the cdr source again("The old magic still lingers on") we are in for a treat!!

In the meantime, this show from 1973 is not to be missed!!


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post Oct 13 2010, 11:38 AM
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I think I'll have to track this one down, I've found myself listening to more '73 concerts recently. I would have loved to see some company give us a soundboard from march/April or from Tahoe that year in the near future. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)

Anyways thanks for the info Johan.


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post Oct 13 2010, 03:41 PM
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My pleasure my friend!!

This show has an EXCEPTIONAL good sound, it's one of the best audience recordings ever and close to soundboard.
Above that, Elvis in is in great shape!! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/notworthy.gif)


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post Oct 16 2010, 07:04 AM
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Elvis's tour shows from '73 are all great and much, much better than Vegas/Tahoe. My favorite is 'Born To Give Us Fever' (Uniondale, June 23rd 1973 AS).


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post Oct 18 2010, 08:41 PM
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The show is wrong dated as afternoon show while Elvis greets the audience with good evening (I don't think he is joking). I have the concert as evening show in my collection taken from a cassette recording from the 70's.


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post Oct 19 2010, 03:16 PM
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That's a very interesting observation Henk.
It could be true... (IMG:style_emoticons/default/undecided.gif)

But, there is no source anywhere that confirms your "as/es" switch..
Maybe your tape has been wrongly dated?
There are two sources that stated this is the as.
So both are wrong,the first one for years?

The evening show is on cdr by itself...what is that date then?

I believe he was actualy joking with his "good evening" remark...




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post Oct 19 2010, 07:33 PM
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It was not very uncommon for Elvis to greet his audience with 'good evening' while he in fact was playing an afternoon show.

@Johan, if the sound is indeed as good as you say I got to find this release (IMG:style_emoticons/default/undecided.gif)


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post Oct 20 2010, 12:49 PM
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It is confusing by greeting the audience in the afternoon show and in the evening show with "good evening". As I have the tape with the evening show (with When my blue moon turn to gold again - 1 line) since 1979 from a reliable source I keep this date as the right one. Through the years more concerts changed from dinner to midnight / afternoon to evening vice versa. This will be a problem now and then.


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@Johan, if the sound is indeed as good as you say I got to find this release


Please do Stefan, it's 50% better then we had before on cd, a real fantastic soundupgrade!!

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I'm beginning to have doubts about the as/es... Elvis(as Henk told aready) does sound pretty serious with his "Good evening" statement.
Ofcourse we can't see his face or guessing he's being ironic, but there's room for doubt.
But it still leaves the other dated es question open...
Wich one is this then?

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post Oct 28 2010, 09:10 AM
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I am happy with this tour.......Elvis has lost IMHO all his 'Aloha stress'. :-)


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QUOTE (mrsongman @ Oct 28 2010, 11:10 AM) *
I am happy with this tour.......Elvis has lost IMHO all his 'Aloha stress'. :-)


Both tours in '73 are very good .. interesting setlists and an performer in great voice, unlike both Vegas engagements and/or Tahoe.


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I think he sounded better in Tahoe '73 than in Vegas. (Ofcourse he was in much better "form" on the march tour.) But I seem to remember something about Elvis having some trouble with his troath that year in Vegas... But it's been a long time since i dvelved into Elvis beyond the music, so my memory could be wrong.

But the Vegas troath was a treath for all entertainers there, as there is no moisture in the air during day time. Sinatra once said that his voice would get a mind of it's own when because of the "Vegas Troath".


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QUOTE (stefan @ Oct 29 2010, 07:10 PM) *
Both tours in '73 are very good .. interesting setlists and an performer in great voice, unlike both Vegas engagements and/or Tahoe.


I agree with you Stefan..... Cheers!


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