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Fort Worth Texas, June 15, 1974 Soundboard CD

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
November 5, 2013 - 1:26:57 PM
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Fort Worth Texas, June 15, 1974 (3:00 Pm Show) is a newly remastered soundboard recording featuring 28 tracks from the June 15, 1974 3:00 pm show + 5 bonus tracks. Includes a 8 page booklet with photos and recording information. Elvis sings 'Trying To Get To You', 'I Can't Stop Loving You', 'Big Boss Man', 'Funny How Time Slips Away', 'Love Letters', 'Happy Birthday', 'Hurt' and many others ... The main show on this cd was released on the 2002 release 'The Man In White - Volume 1'. Now newly remastered from the original source.


01 See See Rider 02 I Got A Woman / Amen 03 'I'm the NBC peacock' 04 Love Me 05 Trying To Get To You 06 All Shook Up 07 Love Me Tender 08 Hound Dog 09 Fever 10 Polk Salad Annie 11 Why Me Lord? (with reprise) 12 Suspicious Minds 13 Band Introductions 14 I Can't Stop Loving You 15 Help Me 16 An American Trilogy 17 Let Me Be There (with reprise) 18 'Turn the house lights up' 19 Funny How Time Slips Aways 20 Big Boss Man 21 Can't Help Falling In Love 22 Closing Vamp 23 Announcement. 24 Early Morning Rain 25 Love Letters 26 Fever 27 Happy Birthday To Bruce 'Goose' Jackson 28 Hurt (with reprise) Tracks 1-23 recorded in Fort Worth, Texas, June 15 1974 (3:00 pm) Tracks 24-28 recorded in Fort Worth, Texas, June 3 1976 (8:30 pm).

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