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LOVE LETTERS FROM NEVADA
Las Vegas, Nevada - December 4th 1976 Dinner Show
Sound: Audiance recording

01 2001 Theme
02 See see Rider
03 I Got A Woman / Amen
04 Monologue
05 Love Me
06 If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
07 You Gave Me A Mountain
08 Jailhouse Rock
09 It's Now Or Never
10 Tryin' To Get To You
11 Blue Suede Shoes
12 Fever
13 America The Beautiful
14 Bridge Over Troubled Water
15 What Now My Love (spoken version)
16 Introductions
17 Early Morning Rain
18 What'd I say
19 Band Solos
20 Love Letters
21 Introductions
22 Hail Hail Rock And Roll
23 Introductions of Engelbert Humperdinck, Roy Orbinson, Vernon and Lisa
24 Hurt
25 Hound Dog
26 How Great Thou Art
27 Can't Help Falling In Love
28 Closing Vamp

Great show from Elvis last Vegas season in great sound. What Now My Love is partly spoken and the last live performance of this song. This is a strong show.

POSTED BY STEFAN KOCK
elvisfan57
thank's stefan for the info on this show. i will watch out for it woohoo.gif
Memphis-Man
Wow! That looks like a great line-up of songs. A number of good "power" songs in the list! As I understand it, the December '76 shows in Las Vegas were pretty good. clap.gif

M-M
stefan
Memphis-Man, this is indeed a great show. This Vegas season is devided into three parts as far as the show quality goes:

1) December 2nd - 4th ~ Very good and strong shows.
2) December 5th - 8th ~ mediocre to average shows, mostly due to the fact that
Elvis sprained his ankle on the 5th.
3) December 9th -12th ~ Good shows again with the MS on the 11th being a
fantastic one with Elvis in a very playfull and laughing
mood without overdoing it too much. Just genuine
humor and a fantastic show.
Memphis-Man
Thanks Stefan for the info. smile.gif

I saw Elvis in 76 and 77 a number of times and I was not disappointed with any of the performances. Admittedly, his show had changed from even the early 70s concerts, but Elvis was still a solid entertainer. While many entertainers cancel shows due to one thing or another, Elvis still went on with the show. It's amazing how committed he was to his fans and the commitments he made. I can't imagine how difficult it must have been for him to be on stage with a sprained ankle. Yet, the fact that he did perform is testimony to his character.

Hopefully FTD will release some of these performance one day. Thanks again for your help. bye1.gif

M-M
Brad
In my opinion this is the best concert from this whole engagement. The sound is awesome on it also. Great tracklist, its awesome to hear the spoken version of What Now My Love. Highly recommend this cd!
elvisfan57
to bad he didn't perform what now my love more often after 1973
colonel snow
While introducing Roy Orbison Elvis sung an one liner: It's over (the Roy Orbison - tune).
this is another song than Elvis version with the same title!

colonel snow
colonel snow
here a set list for the show written on an envelope with introducing Engelbert Humperdinck & Roy Orbison.


colonel snow
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