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 Across The Country Vol.1, Released by Audionics (2005)
 
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post Nov 18 2005, 09:27 PM
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ACROSS THE COUNTRY VOL.1


Hartford, Conneticut ~ July 28th 1976 (tracks 1-22)
Pine Bluff, Arkansas ~ September 8th 1976 (tracks 24-25)
Jackson Mississippi ~ September 5th 1976 (tracks 26-30)
Dayton, Ohio ~ October 6th 1974 8:30PM (tracks 31-36) ~ previously released on Madisons Breathing Out Fire

Sound: Soundboard ~ fair/good
Tracks: 36
Total running time: 77m53s


01 2001 Theme 1:05
02 C.C. Rider 3:44
03 I Got A Woman / Amen 7:13
04 Love Me 2:56
05 If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 2:56
06 You Gave Me A Mountain 2:53
07 Band Introductions 3:31
08 Early Morning Rain 1:06
09 Chickin' Pickin' / What'd I Say 1:12
10 Johnny B. Good 0:56
11 Drum Solo 1:56
12 Bass Solo #1 1:41
13 Bass Solo #2 0:44
14 Piano Solo 1:13
15 Electric Piano Solo 0:53
16 Love Letters 2:49
17 Hail Hail Rock 'n' Roll 1:13
18 Happy Birthay (to "Kitten' Kahane) 1:39
19 Hurt (with reprise) 2:45
20 Hound Dog 1:18
21 Can't Help Falling In Love 1:42
22 Closing Vamp / Announcements 1:56
23 Jackie Kahane speaks out in Jim Neighbors TV show 1978 3:00
24 My heavebly Father Watches Over Me (Kathy Westmorland) 3:21
25 Mystery Train / Tiger Man 2:52
26 Blue Christmas 2:20
27 Jingle Bells (instrumental by band) 0:15
28 How Great Thou Art 3:04
29 Monologue 0:28
30 Can't Help Falling In Love (incomplete) 1:08
31 Big Boss Man 2:37
32 The Wonder Of You 2:05
33 Lawdy, Miss Clawdy 1:59
34 That's All Right, Mama (with false start) 2:24
35 Hawaiian Wedding Song (with reprise) 3:13
36 Johnny B. Good 1:46



Highlights: Mystery Train-Tiger Man / How Great Thou Art / Big Boss Man / Johnny B. Good


Compilation of several incomplete summer '76 soundboards in fair sound. As other, already released, shows from this period showed us, Elvis isn't in very good voice. He sounds tired and weak, although he sounds quite alert for all the shows represented on this disc. The October '74 songs were released before, but are presented here in better soundquality. (complete review will follow soon)

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post Nov 18 2005, 10:33 PM
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Haven't been able to track this one down as yet - but christmas is coming...so you never know [img]style_emoticons/default/elvis.gif[/img]

Look forward to a review though... [img]style_emoticons/default/smile.gif[/img]


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post Nov 18 2005, 11:11 PM
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Was lucky enough to find an original. Although the above may suggest the opposite, I haven't had 1 second of regret for buying it. Review will follow this weekend.


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post Nov 20 2005, 06:43 PM
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I liked this one too,it's a mixed selection of tracks.
Not all rare,but the inclusion of yet another great "How great thou art" version,is worth the price alone!!

But above all,it's a good soundboard collection,and those are getting rarer in time now... [img]style_emoticons/default/dance.gif[/img]


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post Nov 24 2005, 04:04 AM
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This looks like a very nice release.

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post Sep 1 2007, 04:53 PM
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this sure was an odd release, but being that these are the same guys who were behind the luxor label , i plunked down the 20.00 , it's a shame that it is a compilation of sorts/performances , but all in all a balnceed version of the hartford show- tired he sure sounds it's amazing that he did a reprise of hurt , this has to be one of the most lacklustre performances of the song , i've heard, do love how great from jackson miss[ a complete soundboard] and a bit of some pro film exists from this historic performance], i'm sure we will get the complete show from ftd soon.


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post Oct 15 2013, 09:55 AM
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re is a clip with the full album version.


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