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Tuscaloosa Night

Genre: Live Recording

Format: Soundboard

Sound: Very Good

Tracks: 26

Total Playing Time:

Recorded Live: University of Alabama's Memorial Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, AL
Monday, August 30, 1976; 8:30 p.m.



Lead Guitar: James Burton
Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson
Bass: Jerry Scheff
Drums: Ronnie Tutt
Piano: Tony Brown
Electric Piano: David Briggs
Accoustic Guitar/Backup singer: Charlie Hodge
Highvoice singer: Kathy Westmoreland
Backup Vocals: The Sweet Inspirations (Myrna Smith / Sylvia Shemwell / Estelle Brown)
Backup Vocals: J.D.Sumner & The Stamps Quartet (Larry Strickland/ Ed Enoch / Ed Hill / Pat Brown)
Backup Vocals: Shaun Nielsen
Conductor: Joe Guercio
The Joe Guercio Orchestra


01 Also Sprach Zarathustra
02 See See Rider
03 I Got A Women / Amen
04 Love
05 If You Love Me, (Let Me Know)
06 You Gave Me A Mountain
07 All Shook Up
08 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel
09 And I Love You So
10 Jailhouse Rock
11 Fever
12 America, The Beautiful
13 Introductions
14 Early Mornin' Rain
15 What'd I Say
16 Johny B. Goode
17 Introductions: Ronnie Tutt Drum Solo - Jerry Scheff Bass Solo - Tony Brown Piano Solo - David Briggs Electric Piano Solo
18 Love Letters
19 Introductions
20 Hail Hail Rock 'N' Roll
21 Hurt
22 Hound Dog
23 Heavenly Father*
24 Mystery Train / Tiger Man
25 Can't Help Falling In Love
26 Closing Vamp


Kathy Westmoreland sings "My Heavenly Father".
There are 2 bass soloes - Elvis was so impressed with the first one that he asks for a repeat !
Re-released under the titles "One Night In Alabama" and "Old Times They Are Not Forgotten" !
Very impressive sound quality , with no hiss or dropouts. This is a mono recording.
Great versions of "And I Love You So" , "America The Beautiful" and "Hurt" !

Highlights: And I Love You So, America The Beautiful, Hurt, You Gave Me A Mountain, Love Letters, If You Love Me (Let Me Know).
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the original is "Old time's are not forgotten" released in feb. 1995 (DAE label); Tuscaloosa night is released a few months later in 1995.

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