Leaner And Meaner Than Ever!! January 28, 1971 Midnight show from Gravelroad
August 31, 2013 - 9:48:29 AM
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Because so many of you enjoyed our great 1971 Las Vegas releases 'Snowbird Revisited” and 'Only Believe' we want you to have the promised third soundboard CD of this collection 'LEANER AND MEANER THAN EVER' which includes the January 28, 1971 Midnight show in Las Vegas with probably the best appearance of this engagement - 21 tracks filled with power! A collection of his hit singles, meaner and leaner than ever. This is just a minor glimpse of the appearance in person that are sold out weeks before opening night and finds fans literally traveling from all over the world to see him.
The Gravelroad team brings again the best of the true SUPERSTAR appearances to CD !
All packed into a tri-fold deluxe digipack with extensive booklet and liner notes and plenty photos to match the two previous releases of this excellent 1971 January / February Vegas season. All in excellent sound and better than before !!
Elvis Is A Superstar. Here for you once again is proof of his talent, in the grooves where it counts the most! Gravelroad Music.
January 28, 1971 Midnight Show (12.00 am). Las Vegas NV. International Hotel.
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra 02 That’s All Right 03 I Got A Woman 04 Love Me Tender (With false start) 05 You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 06 Sweet Caroline 07 You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling 08 Polk Salad Annie 09 Band Introductions 1 10 Johnny B Goode 11 Something 12 Band Introductions 2 13 Something (excerpt) 14 The wonder of You 15 Heartbreak Hotel 16 Blue Suede Shoes 17 Hound Dog 18 One Night 19 Teddy Bear 20 Suspicious Minds 21 The Impossible Dream.
Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD + 16 page booklet.
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This is an excellent release no fan should be without it.
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