Sound Sample: Dayton Reloaded: Deluxe 2 CD Box Set

By: For Elvis Fans Only
Source: ElvisPresley.com.au
November 19, 2009 - 6:10:44 PM
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The people that were the International Label are now under a new label, 'Boxcar' and have incorporated more people into their team. (And new technology!). Well into the planning and soon to go into production is the first 'Boxcar' release -- Dayton Reloaded which will be presented in exactly the same box format as Internationale 1971. (This set contains the same two concerts as the 'A Day In Dayton' 2 CD release from 'Gravel Road Music'.)

Elvis Presley MP3 Audio Preview: Dayton '74 - Evening Show Pop Up Window (2:42) Direct link A medley of tracks.
Elvis Presley MP3 Audio Preview: Dayton '74 - Afternoon Show Pop Up Window (3:11) Direct link A medley of tracks.

... Dayton Reloaded will contain, and be presented .....

  • Dayton Reloaded will be presented in exactly the same box format as Internationale 1971.
  • Size --- 29.5cm high (about 12") x 15.2 wide (6") with a depth of 2.1cm (3/4")
  • Dayton Reloaded – 2 CD + 100 page book (same style as 'Internationale 71')
  • It will contain unpublished pictures from both concerts crystal clear and stunning new format.
  • The source is Direct from Master tapes! (A Day In Dayton is not!)
  • DAE are involved again with the remastering (This was a classic label for 4-5 releases in 1996).
  • This fabulous box set release has only a limited edition run of 999 copies.

From the press-release:

The recording source used for this release is taken directly from the original soundboard tapes and is professionally remastered by DAE for optimum sound quality.

The accompanying lavish hardback 100 page glossy book, features a well detailed essay on the tours of 1974 proceeding up to October, (and including 1956) and is packed, with rare and unpublished photographs and unpublished documents. All this coupled with beautiful art layout makes this all fascinating audio visual release.

Dayton Reloaded: Deluxe 2 CD Box Set

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Tracklisting

Disc 1 - October 6 1974 (2:30 pm). Dayton OH.

See See Rider, I Got A Woman / Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me (+ reprise), Its Midnight, Big Boss Man, Fever, Love Me Tender, Hound Dog (+ reprise), Band Introductions, Guitar Solo (featuring James Burton), Drum Solo (featuring Ronnie Tutt), Bass Solo (featuring Duke Bardwell), Piano Solo (featuring Glen D Hardin ), All Shook Up, Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel, Heartbreak Hotel, Why Me Lord?, Promised Land, You Gave Me A Mountain, Let Me Be There (+ reprise), Hawaiian Wedding Song, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

Disc 2 - October 6 1974 (8:30 pm). Dayton OH.

See See Rider, I Got A Woman / Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me, Fever, Big Boss Man (+ 1 false start), Love Me Tender, Hound Dog, The Wonder Of You, Blue Suede Shoes, Band Introductions, Guitar Solo (featuring James Burton), Drum Solo (featuring Ronnie Tutt), Bass Solo (featuring Duke Bardwell), Lawdy Miss Clawdy (featuring Glen D Hardin), All Shook Up, Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel, Heartbreak Hotel, Why Me Lord? (+ reprise), That’s All Right (+ 2 false starts), Blue Christmas, Let Me Be There (+ reprise), Hawaiian Wedding Song (+ reprise), Johnny B Goode, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

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