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 The Legend Lives On, Released by PCS in 1995
post May 28 2005, 11:36 AM
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The Legend Lives On
International Hotel, August 21, 1969
Sound format: Various

01 Elvis talks about his career
02 Yesterday/Hey Jude
03 Introductions
04 Happy Birthday James Burton
05 In The Ghetto
06 Suspicious Minds
07 What'd I Say
08 Can't Help Falling In Love

09 Yesterday/Hey Jude
10 Proud Mary
11 Let It Be Me
12 Sweet Caroline,
13 Release Me
14 Walk A Mile In My Shoes
15 Bridge Over Troubled Water
16 A Big Hunk O'Love
17 It's Impossible
18 The Impossible Dream
19 It's Over
20 A Hundred Years From Now


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post Aug 8 2006, 12:20 PM
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for the first time released on Lp with the same title in 1976 (label PCS 1001) with the next tracks:

track 1 till 8 - the same +
It's over - A big hunk o'love - It's impossible - The impossible dream (all from aug. 1972) and the undubbed studio version of Bridge over troubled water.

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