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 LIVE AT THE LAKESIDE, Released by Sundial Productions in 1997
 
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post May 28 2005, 12:14 PM
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LIVE AT THE LAKESIDE
Lake Tahoe, Nevada - May 1st 1976 Dinner Show
Sound: Audiance recording


01 See See Rider
02 Elvis talks - I Got A Woman / Amen
03 Softly As I Leave You
04 Love Me
05 Elvis talks - Happy Birthday Lorry
06 If You Love Me (Let Me Know) + reprise
07 You Gave Me A Mountain
08 All shook Up
09 Teddy Bear/ Don't Be Cruel
10 My May
11 Steamroller Blues
12 Introductions
13 Early Morning Rain (sung by John Wilkinson)
14 What'd I Say (incomplete)
15 Johnny B. Goode
16 Band Solo's
17 Hail Hail Rock And Roll
18 Hurt
19 Hound Dog
20 How Great Thou Art
21 Elvis talks
22 Love Me Tender
23 Can't Help Falling In Love
24 Closing Vamp

Good show from his last Tahoe season. John Wilkinson isn't only playing Early Morning Rain, but also sings it. (" This is your last time son ... "). Interstingly Elvis cuts the intro to Love Me Tender and asks James Burton to play the exact notes as heard on the original '56 studio recording. (" Hey James. Let me tell you something. You go Da dar dar der da da da? See, that's nothing. You're better than Glenn Campbell so you ought to be able to do that ").

POSTED BY STEFAN KOCK


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