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post Aug 30 2006, 08:37 PM
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Rip It Up

Genre: live recording
Format: audience
Sound: acceptable
Tracks: 34
Playing Time: 77:03

Recorded live: St. Paul, MN, April 30th 1977


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01 Opening Theme (1:10)
02 See See Rider (4:23)
03 I Got A Woman (2:36)
04 Amen (5:03)
05 Rip It Up (excerpt) (0:53)
06 Love Me (1:53)
07 You Love Me Let Me Know (3:00)
08 You Gave Me A Mountain (3:20)
09 Jailhouse Rock (2:03)
10 O Sole Mio (Shaun Nielsen) (1:04)
11 It's Now Or Never (2:16)
12 My Way (4:00)
13 Hound Dog (1:19)
14 My Heavenly Father (Kathy Westmoreland) (3:36)
15 Polk Salad Annie (4:11)
16 Introductions (2:45)
17 Early Morning Rain (John Wilkinson) (1:49)
18 James Burton Solo ("Delta Lady" instead of the usual "What'd I Say" & "Johnny B. Good") (1:54)
19 Ronnie Tutt Solo (2:17)
20 Jerry Scheff Solo (1:21)
21 Tony Brown Solo (1:07)
22 Bobby Odgen Solo (2:20)
23 The Wonder Of You (2nd & 3rd verse only) (1:49
24 Blue Suede Shoes (1:14)
25 Hawaiian Wedding Song (2:15)
26 Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing Riff (3:04)

Bonus Songs

27 You Don't Know Me (excerpt / 1st and last time performed live - Las Vegas, August 14th 1970 Midnight Show) (0:48)
28 Crying In The Chappel (1st time performed live - Las Vegas, August 19th 1975 Dinner Show) (1:31)
29 Loving You (1st time performed live - Las Vegas, August 19th 1975 Dinner Show) (1:30)
30 Memphis Tennessee (Ashville, July 22nd 1975) (1:45)
31 Shake A Hand (Last time performed live - Atlanta, June 6th 1976) (3:03)
32 You'll Never Walk Alone (1st and last time performed live / Elvis at the piano - Uniondale, July 19th 1975 Evening Show) (2:23)
33 Woodenn Heart (Las Vegas, December 13th 1975 Dinner Show) (1:28)
34 Such A Night (1st time performed live - Las Vegas, December 12th 1976 Closing Show) (1:40)


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Notes:

A fairly decent 1977 performance. The tracklist is a bit more varied than usual. James Burton playes the rare "Delta Lady" for his solo. A very good choice as he realy shines on this.

* Tracks 10 & 11 are a medley.

** Track 27 has been also released on LP "Oh Happy Day" in 1991 and on cd The Man In White volume 3 (2003), and also on "Oh Happy Day" (CDR) and "Folsom Prison Blues" (CDR).

** Tracks 28 & 29 have been released on cd Loving You (1992)

** Track 30 is also availeble on "Live in Ashville" (CDR) and "Shake A Hand" (CDR).

** Track 31 is also availeble on "live in Atlanta" (CDR) and "Barrage of Flashbulbs" (CDR).

** Track 32 has also been released on America's Own volume 2 (1994) and America's Own (Ampex) (2003)

** Track 33 has also been released in soundboard quality on FTD's Dinner at Eight (2002 and on "Wooden Heart in Vegas" (CDR) and "A Full Dinner on the 13th" (CDR).

** Track 34 has also been released on Black Diamond (1998) and on "Winter Season volume 15" (CDR), "Farwell from Vegas" [cd #2] (CDR), "Softly As I Leave You" (CDR) and "Such A Night In Vegas" (CDR).


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post Aug 31 2006, 01:47 PM
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it's a pity that for the release of the CD an later generation tape is used; there excist an audience recording in brilliant sound/soundboard quality.

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post Aug 31 2006, 01:59 PM
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QUOTE (colonel snow @ Aug 31 2006, 03:47 PM) *
it's a pity that for the release of the CD an later generation tape is used; there excist an audience recording in brilliant sound/soundboard quality.

colonel snow


Is this tape availeble on CDR or still unissued ?


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post Aug 31 2006, 02:42 PM
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it's not released on CDR but it is available in collector's circles.

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post Mar 19 2007, 01:12 PM
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Thanks for the information. (IMG:http://elvis-tkc.com/forum2/style_emoticons/default/up.gif) This appears to be a really good concert. The set list following the intros is very interesting and "different" for 1977. (IMG:http://elvis-tkc.com/forum2/style_emoticons/default/wiggle.gif)

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QUOTE (Memphis-Man @ Mar 19 2007, 03:12 PM)
Thanks for the information.  (IMG:http://elvis-tkc.com/forum2/style_emoticons/default/up.gif)   This appears to be a really good concert.  The set list following the intros is very interesting and "different" for 1977.  (IMG:http://elvis-tkc.com/forum2/style_emoticons/default/wiggle.gif)

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Like I already stated before, the concert is fairly decent and nowhere near the show quality of the April 24th (Ann Arbor), April 25th (Saginaw), April 29th (Deluth) or May 2nd (Chicago) performances.

Sadly, some interesting song choices or mixing up the setlist doesn't make a performance better than it in reality is. The show is however far from bad or mediocre and as you've already noticed Elvis did try to do something different on ocassion. With what we know in hindsight now, something we can applaude him for !


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Sample added and alternate cover for the cdr i have.
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