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LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA 1972
Long Beach, California - November 14th 1972
Soun: Audiance recording

01 2001 Theme
02 See See Rider
03 I Got A Woman / Amen / I Got A Woman
04 Until It's Time For You To Go
05 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
06 Polk Salad Annie
07 Love Ae
08 All Shook Up
09 Heartbreak Hotel
10 Blue Suede Shoes
11 One Night
12 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel
13 Hound Dog
14 Love Me Tender
15 Little Sister / Get Back
16 How Great Thou Art
17 Suspicious Minds
18 Band Introductions
19 Burning Love
20 Funny How Time Slips Away
21 You Gave Me A Mountain
22 Fever
23 A Big Hunk O' Love
24 Can't Help Falling In Love
25 Closing Vamp

Good show with a great tracklisting. Sound is not so good.

POSTED BY STEFAN KOCK
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in the same year released as a Lp too.

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JohanD
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Good show with a great tracklisting. Sound is not so good


I love this show, love this cd,but i can't believe what i'm reading here.. undecided.gif

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Sound is not so good


I can't agree with this at all, the sound is VERY good!!
It's almost as good as the next days show(and that sounded almost like a soundboard!!).
I guess that the same people taped both shows at the same way... it's very good for a tour audience-recording. thumbup.gif
Memphis-Man
While I have never heard this particular concert, I understand the show was very good. In fact, this particular tour was solid all the way through. I understand that vocally Elvis was strong and the set lists were varied and quite good. As I recall, this tour also has Elvis singing "Just Pretend" in a couple of shows.

M-M
JohanD
The tour was very good, and he sounded very solid M.M.
He did sing "Just Pretend" on the 18th date in Hawaii.
I give you the song below.

The tour was a perfect closer for what is been my favorite concertyear: 1972.

All the shows where of high standard and focussed on singing.
Enjoy!!
Memphis-Man
WOW, thanks JohanD. I almost like the song line up of the last two shows in Hawaii better than the song line up for Aloha.

M-M
Joern
There's also a nice re-release with enhanced soundquality from Touchdown named "Downtown Long Beach" from the show on November 15, 1972.
JohanD
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WOW, thanks JohanD. I almost like the song line up of the last two shows in Hawaii better than the song line up for Aloha.

M-M


My pleasure M-M; the tracklists where indeed stunning.


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There's also a nice re-release with enhanced soundquality from Touchdown named "Downtown Long Beach" from the show on November 15, 1972.


It's indeed a very good release Joern, specially since the original is nog longer available, it's a nice alternative for sure.
mrsongman
Great show idd.
But it's a pity IMHO that Elvis didn't include more tracks from this set in his Aloha show...

Greetz,

mrsongman
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In 2012 re-released on CD Wild tiger in concert (MxF rec.).



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