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One Night At The Omni

Genre: live recording
Format: audience recording
Sound: above average
Tracks: 26
Playing Time: 78:39

Recorded live: Atlanta, GA, June 5th 1976


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01 2001 Theme - Opening Vamp (1:51)
02 See See Rider - Elvis Talks (4:33)
03 I Got A Woman / Amen - Elvis Talks / Amen - Elvis Talks / I Got A Woman - Elvis Talks (8:54)
04 Love Me - Elvis Talks (3:10)
05 If You Love Me, let Me Know (2:53)
06 You Gave Me A Mountain (3:38)
07 All Shook Up - Elvis Talks (1:39)
08 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel (2:01)
09 Help me (2:49)
10 America, The Beuatifull (2:16)
11 Jailhouse Rock (1:30)
12 Fever (2:54)
13 Polk Salad Annie (4:10)
14 Elvis Talks - Introductions (4:20)
15 Early Morning Rain (John Wilkinson) (1:02)
16 What'd I Say (James Burton) (0:53)
17 Johnny B. Good (James Burton) (0:57)
18 Solo's (5:30)
19 Love Letters - Introductions (3:20)
20 Hail Hail Rock 'n Roll (0:57)
21 Hurt (with full reprise) (3:51)
22 Burning Love (3:18)
23 One Night - Elvis Talks (2:44)
24 Funny How Time Slips Away (3:00)
25 Mystery Train / Tiger Man (2:41)
26 Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing vamp (3:34)


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Notes:

One to last show of Elvis's May/June '76 tour. Good tracklisting, but as some audience and soundboard recordings have revealed this was not a particulary good tour.
Brad
Not a good show from our man on this night...Elvis sounded slow when he was singing, especially during See See Rider....Summer of '76 was tough on Elvis, and this and the show the next night on the 6th proves that fact!
stefan
The show from the 6th is a disaster. It will be taken care of in the CDR section.

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How's the sound on this one Brad ?
Brad
Stefan-

the sound on the show from the 5th is actually pretty good...i'm listening to Burning Love right now from that concert and its pretty clear for an audience recording...lot better in sound and in performance wise than the shown on the 6th.
stefan
Thanks Brad [img]style_emoticons/default/thumbup.gif[/img] Performance wise worse than the 6th is almost impossible [img]style_emoticons/default/wink.gif[/img]
colonel snow
the show dated 06-06-76 has two " rarities": Big boss man - Shake a hand.
the tracklist differs not much from other concerts from that tour


colonel snow
Brad
QUOTE (colonel snow @ Aug 21 2006, 05:22 PM) *
the show dated 06-06-76 has two " rarities": Big boss man - Shake a hand.
the tracklist differs not much from other concerts from that tour


colonel snow


Still, those two rarities didn't help the show out much at all..
stefan
Have listened to some tracks myself now and it has to be said that the sound is indeed very clear for an audience recording. Elvis is not at his best, but certainly not even near as bad as the next day. I'll will give this one a complete listen very soon.
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