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 A New Kind of Rhythm, Madison CWP/16 MS
 
Elvis_Priestly
post Apr 5 2007, 01:05 PM
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Attached File  A_New_Kind_Of_Rhythm___1.jpg ( 200K ) Number of downloads: 12
Attached File  A_New_Kind_Of_Rhythm___2.jpg ( 171.2K ) Number of downloads: 9

A New Kind of Rhythm
Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, 21 March 1976 MS
"Living Binaural"

01 - Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra
02 - C.C. Rider
03 - I Got A Woman / Amen
04 - Love Me (w/false start)
05 - Let Me Be There
06 - Love Me Tender
07 - Steamroller Blues
08 - All Shook Up
09 - Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel
10 - You Gave Me A Mountain
11 - Polk Salad Annie
12 - Introductions by Elvis of vocalists, band (incomplete)
13 - What I'd Say? (James Burton)
14 - Drum solo (Larrie Londin)
15 - Bass solo (Jerry Scheff)
16 - Piano solo (Shane Keister)
17 - Electric piano solo (David "Bobby" Briggs)
18 - Introduction by Elvis of orchestra
19 - School Day (Joe Guercio Orchestra)
20 - And I Love You So (w/false start)
21 - Hurt
22 - Hurt (full reprise)
23 - Emergency Announcement (Elvis)
24 - Burning Love
25 - America The Beautiful
26 - Hound Dog
27 - Funny How Time Slips Away
28 - Can't Help Falling In Love
29 - Closing vamp
30 - "Elvis Has Left The Building" and Final Announcements (Al Dvorin)

I loved the Alternate Aloha on vinyl because the drums (Ronnie Tutt) come across very clearly and more dominantly. This CD is for those who like similar. This time the drummer is Larry Londin and the "Living Binaural" release (concert previously released by DAE as Holding Back the Years) uses the two track original recording where Londin's work was recorded on a seperate track. If you like the drums, this is a great and powerful release. David Briggs is also more audible and the whole concert has, along with the exaggerated drum effect, a fresh sounding "wah-wah" effect throughout. It thus gives an opportuniy to hear the "usual" concert tracks with a whole new energy. Elvis is in great voice and humour. His voice is so good and "young" sounding I thought it was the wrong CD in the case as it could be from 1971-72: only America the Beautiful and the two complete versions of Hurt convinced me - and these are superb.
A worthwhile acquisition: a good addition for completists, a fine hour's listening if you appreciate the drummer's art (keep your finger paused over the repeat button during PSA!), and a 1976 Elvis to be proud of.


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Gordon
post Apr 6 2007, 09:29 AM
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I still need to get a copy of this but I've only heard good things about it!


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post Nov 10 2007, 11:16 AM
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Excellent release in improved sound quality from its original release in "Holding Back the years". That was always a favourite...so this one slots in nicely to the collection. (IMG:http://elvis-tkc.com/forum2/style_emoticons/default/thumbup.gif)


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post Nov 11 2007, 12:42 AM
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The original had an awesome sound,this one too,altough i must admit i like the first one much better..
I have my serious doubts about binaural recordings,they sound so weird.... (IMG:http://elvis-tkc.com/forum2/style_emoticons/default/undecided.gif)


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post Nov 11 2007, 11:17 AM
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I'm affraid I have to agree with Johan here. Don't get me wrong, it doesn't sound bad, but it just doesn't sound 'right' either. Nevertheless another top quality product from madison and the booklet is absolutely brilliant !


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post Nov 13 2007, 11:21 PM
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Like we know where "I sing all kinds" comes from thought it would be interesting to note that in his late 1956 interview for the January 1957 March of Dimes campaign he answered a question about his success by saying:

"Some people say it's because I'm offering folks a new kind of rhythm"


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post Dec 8 2011, 06:49 AM
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QUOTE (Elvis_Priestly @ Apr 5 2007, 01:05 PM) *
Attached File  A_New_Kind_Of_Rhythm___1.jpg ( 200K ) Number of downloads: 12
Attached File  A_New_Kind_Of_Rhythm___2.jpg ( 171.2K ) Number of downloads: 9

A New Kind of Rhythm
Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, 21 March 1976 MS
"Living Binaural"

01 - Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra
02 - C.C. Rider
03 - I Got A Woman / Amen
04 - Love Me (w/false start)
05 - Let Me Be There
06 - Love Me Tender
07 - Steamroller Blues
08 - All Shook Up
09 - Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel
10 - You Gave Me A Mountain
11 - Polk Salad Annie
12 - Introductions by Elvis of vocalists, band (incomplete)
13 - What I'd Say? (James Burton)
14 - Drum solo (Larrie Londin)
15 - Bass solo (Jerry Scheff)
16 - Piano solo (Shane Keister)
17 - Electric piano solo (David "Bobby" Briggs)
18 - Introduction by Elvis of orchestra
19 - School Day (Joe Guercio Orchestra)
20 - And I Love You So (w/false start)
21 - Hurt
22 - Hurt (full reprise)
23 - Emergency Announcement (Elvis)
24 - Burning Love
25 - America The Beautiful
26 - Hound Dog
27 - Funny How Time Slips Away
28 - Can't Help Falling In Love
29 - Closing vamp
30 - "Elvis Has Left The Building" and Final Announcements (Al Dvorin)

I loved the Alternate Aloha on vinyl because the drums (Ronnie Tutt) come across very clearly and more dominantly. This CD is for those who like similar. This time the drummer is Larry Londin and the "Living Binaural" release (concert previously released by DAE as Holding Back the Years) uses the two track original recording where Londin's work was recorded on a seperate track. If you like the drums, this is a great and powerful release. David Briggs is also more audible and the whole concert has, along with the exaggerated drum effect, a fresh sounding "wah-wah" effect throughout. It thus gives an opportuniy to hear the "usual" concert tracks with a whole new energy. Elvis is in great voice and humour. His voice is so good and "young" sounding I thought it was the wrong CD in the case as it could be from 1971-72: only America the Beautiful and the two complete versions of Hurt convinced me - and these are superb.
A worthwhile acquisition: a good addition for completists, a fine hour's listening if you appreciate the drummer's art (keep your finger paused over the repeat button during PSA!), and a 1976 Elvis to be proud of.

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post Dec 8 2011, 06:51 AM
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this is a wonderful posting
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