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Touchdown proudly presents 'Elvis Live In Los Angeles'. We thought it was about time to re-release the concert from November 14, 1970. That's something we wanted to do for a long time. The recording we got was carefully remastered and sounds much better than on the former release 'Forum of Inglewood' from fourteen years ago.
Touchdown proudly presents 'Elvis At The International 1971', another - by now - totally unreleased/unheard show from the January/ February engagement 1971, recorded on the midnight show on February 20, 1971. The tracklisting is quite brilliant and so is Elvis. We worked hard to improve the sound quality and hope that you'll enjoy the result as much as we do. As usual, the CD is accompanied by a full-color 16-page booklet with lots of rare photos and information on the event itself.
3 New Single audience recorded CD releases are due or release by Straight Arrow Soon.
Straight Arrow is pleased to bring you a new double CD dedicated to Elvis' August/ September '74 season. This recording was taken directly from a recently found new source, a 1st generation copy of an original audience-recorded mastertape, never before in circulation! This fascinating, previously unreleased concert was never before available in such excellent sound quality!
Coming out soon from Ragdoll is their new release 'Please, Stay In Your Seats' recorded live at the spectrum in Philadelphia, PA on may 28 1977. Taken straight from the 1st generation audience recorded master tape, this show features a fine show, with Elvis in good spirits, doing fine versions of 'Polk Salad Annie', 'My Way', 'Little Sister' among others, a very young Bruce Springsteen
was in the audience this night, and he noted 'I remember enjoying the show tremendously' while also acknowledging 'It was not a good night', we feel it's up to you to judge what you think of this show.
Ampex is proud to present their latest release 'Standing In The Rain' as recorded live at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY on June 24 1973 at 3 P.M : On this day, Elvis is performing his last show in a series of four sold-out concerts at this venue, much like he did just over a year earlier 32 miles away in Manhattan at Madison Square Garden.
The audience was primed beyond measure as Elvis had not performed in the New York-tri state area since the previous year. It was recorded on high quality BASF tape, and has tremendous dynamic range considering the limitations of amateur equipment
in those days.
Expected soon from the E. P. Collector label is another exciting new release titled (label E. P. Collector, catalogue number EPC 2017-14). Elvis Presley opened his 11th Las Vegas season on August 19th, and he performed a total of 27 shows, closing on September 2nd. Once again, Elvis revisited his live repertoire based on previous seasons and he included several tracks from the December '73 recording sessions, and he also added songs like 'Softly As I Leave You' and 'If You Love Me (Let Me Know)'. Elvis' new love, the beautiful Sheila Ryan
was present and Elvis sang the rarely performed 'Early Morning Rain' for her. He sings the complete song.
Expected soon from the E. P. Collector label is another exciting new release titled 'A Sensational Opening Night' (label E. P. Collector, catalogue number EPC 2017-13). Recorded live from the audience in Las Vegas, NV, August 4th, 1972, Opening show, this CD is subtitled ' From Japan With Love Vol. 4' because it was recorded by a member of a Japanese fan club.
Coming out soon from the Ragdoll label is an unreleased audience recorded show from Lake Tahoe titled 'Tahoe '73'. This show is the midnight show, May 9th, 1973. This one is a good solid show, here below the tracklisting:
Expected soon from the E. P. Collector label is another exciting new release titled 'Everybody Let's Rock' (label E. P. Collector, catalogue number EPC 2017-11)
Recorded live from the audience in Las Vegas, NV, August 5th, 1972, D/S and M/S, this 2CD-set is subtitled 'From Japan With Love Vol. 3' because it was recorded by a member of a Japanese fan club.
Expected soon from the E. P. Collector label is another fine release titled 'Breaking News - Elvis Seen In Kalamazoo, Michigan!' (label E. P. Collector, catalogue number EPC 2017-12) recorded live from the audience in Kalamazoo, MI, April 26th, 1977.
Among the concert highlights are 'Big Boss Man', 'Heartbreak Hotel', 'And I Love You So', 'My Way' and 'Early Morning Rain'.
The forthcoming release from the 'SR' label is titled 'Hot Summer in 1973' and will feature the unreleased show from Las Vegas August 19, 1973 DS. This recording is taken directly from a first generation of original tape. The afternoon show is previously unreleased show.
Straight Arrow is pleased to bring you a new 2 CD dedicated to Elvis' February ’77 tour. The Hollywood, February 12th, 1977 show was first released in 1994, 23 years have passed since then and now is the right time for a proper re-release. Straight Arrow went back to the original cassette and restored it from scratch. The West Palm Beach, February 13th, 1977 show was previously released from an incomplete soundboard source.
Once again after a longer break Touchdown comes back with two new releases! The first one is 'Beyond All Bounds' which includes recordings from the Seattle concerts on April 29, 1973. The afternoon show is well known, but never sounded better than this time. The recording was carefully remastered and it now sounds clearer and much better balanced than before. Up on that we offer you six songs from the evening show from the same day in even better audience quality than the complete show from the afternoon. It’s a real treat to listen to the songs in this quality.
Ragdoll has announced their second release, 'Lost In The Mail', and this time with another unreleased audience recording of the Elvis show from Carbondale, Ill, October 27th, 1976 8:30 P.M. Coming with a 8 page booklet with rare photos from the show.
Straight Arrow is pleased to bring you a new double CD, A Brand New Cadillac, Honey!, dedicated to Elvis' April ’76 tour. It was short but very good tour, with Tony Brown and Ronnie Tutt replacing Shane Kiester on piano and Larrie Londin on drums. The Long Beach, April 25th, 1976 afternoon show is previously unreleased. The Seattle, April 26th, 1976 show was first released by Millbranch Music ('The Bicentennial King Vol. 2', 2010) from a rather bad, flat sounding tape source.
Expected soon from the E. P. Collector label is another fine release, Wild In Wichita!, their 10th - and 1st one for 2017. This new CD (label E. P. Collector, catalogue number EPC 2017-10) was recorded live from the audience
in Wichita, Kansas, on December 27th, 1976.
Released soon is a new CD release from the Ampex label, their first in almost 14 years. This time they are bringing us 'Long Tall Sally' featuring a great and rare unreleased show from January 27th, 1973 dinner show. This is the second show after the Aloha concert
and the sound quality is very good for an audience recording. In this show, he starts with Long Tall Sally right after CC Rider.
AudiRec proudly presents: Sahara Tahoe - a brandnew Audience recorded CD which will be released February 10, 2017. This time we have decided to release the probably last 'listenable' Lake Tahoe 'Summer of 1971' recording from an Elvis show. Recorded with non - professional equipment by a female fan in the audience - on July 31st, 1971 at the Dinner Show - it is the first time that this concert is available on a 'real' CD.
Making its year-end debut is a brand new and exciting, unreleased, Elvis show on the brand new Ragdoll label! For the label's maiden outing, the folks at Ragdoll have chosen the Las Vegas midnight show of August 27, 1974. Simply titled, '12am', the newly re-mastered recording finds Elvis in superb form and in fine spirits. From discussing Karate and his relationship with his fans to delivering powerful and rockin' versions of 'It's Midnight', 'Mountain', 'Trilogy, 'Big Boss Man' and 'If You Talk In Your Sleep' respectively, Elvis is committed to please. Making its year-end debut is a brand new and exciting, unreleased, Elvis show on the brand new Ragdoll label! For the label's maiden outing, the folks at Ragdoll have chosen the Las Vegas midnight show of August 27, 1974. Simply titled, '12am', the newly re-mastered recording finds Elvis in superb form and in fine spirits. From discussing Karate and his relationship with his fans to delivering powerful and rockin' versions of 'It's Midnight', 'Mountain', 'Trilogy, 'Big Boss Man' and 'If You Talk In Your Sleep' respectively, Elvis is committed to please.
Coming out soon is the 9th volume of Straight Arrow's 'From The Booth Tapes' series titled 'A Vegas Fling With The King' featuring Elvis' Dinner and Midnight show from February 12th, 1973. These recordings are taken directly from original audience 'booth recorded' mastertapes.
'If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra DVD is an incredible release, where hours and hours were put into research for new ideas creating an exceptional feel which fits the audio perfectly! Many clips have a 'split screen' feature, where the storytelling' clips look even better. All audio is 100 percent in sync with the footage!
The whole program is presented in 'Black and White', and it works!
Expected soon from the E. P. Collector label is another fine release titled. 'Heart 'n' Soul... And Some Mighty Fine Rock 'n' Roll' (From Japan With Love Vol. 1) Recorded live from the audience
(by a member of a Japanese fan club) at the Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, August 8th 1972 Midnight show // After a longer break Touchdown Productions proudly presents two new releases - 'Sunset In Vegas' and 'A Night In Saginaw'! The first one presents you the midnight show from August 23, 1974 in Las Vegas for the first time in complete form. // 'A Night In Saginaw ' presents you the show from April 25, 1977 in Saginaw. The concert was released for the first time in 1994. The soundquality is significantly better as Touchdown Productions was able to find a new source.
Straight Arrow is pleased to bring you a new double CD, 'Too Late For Goodbyes', dedicated to Elvis' May '77 tour. The Knoxville, May 20th, 1977 tour opening show is previously unreleased. This recording was taken directly from a recently found original audience recorded mastertape of excellent sound quality!
Soon to be released from the SR label is their first special BOXSET, featuring a special deluxe edition of the second label release 'Not Too Sweet'. In 2005 this show has been the second release of the SR records, for the label 10 years anniversary the producers decided to reprint THIS SUPER SHOW in a limited deluxe boxset!!
Expected soon is our new CD release titled 'Road To Nowhere' (label E.P. Collector, catalogue number EPC 2016-07), recorded live from the audience in Louisville, KY, May 21st, 1977. It was the second stop of Elvis' May 1977 tour and according to Larry Geller
, Elvis was in a very bad shape prior the show. Dr. Nick
was present in the hotel room, using cold water with ice to make Elvis ready for concert.
AudiRec proudly presents: Elvis Hilton Showroom Volume 5 CD - a brandnew CD which will be released shortly. It includes an audience recording
of the complete and so far unreleased performance from March 27, 1975 (Dinner Show) at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel. Expect another dynamic Elvis performance from a time period when Elvis was willing to 'deliver'! Please be aware
that this new release is limited to 300 copies only
! Be sure to get your copy if you are interested. Once you have it in your hands, we hope your spare time will allow you to sit back, put your headphones on, flip through the accompanied 16-page booklet
and listen to the Dinner Show from March 27, 1975. It's Las Vegas! It's the Hilton Hotel Showroom! It's ELVIS! Enjoy!
Straight Arrow is pleased to bring you a previously unreleased concert from Elvis' last season in Lake Tahoe. Opinions on the standard of Elvis' last stint in Lake Tahoe often vary. Granted, he did look quite bloated during these shows, and the jumpsuits often looked unflattering, but Elvis was generally in good voice. He delivered his longest ever shows in Tahoe and the King really did seemed to enjoy the intimacy of the showroom, along with the rapport with the fans in attendance there. The May 8th 1976 Midnight Show is, without doubt, one of best concerts from the engagement.
The MxF label will release soon its new special product called 'Atlanta 1975' featuring the unreleased Show from Atlanta April 30, 1975 plus a bonus DVD with unreleased footage from the same tour. After the successful Las Vegas Hilton comeback, in spite a little bit overweight but with strong spirit, Elvis is ready to face his first tour of the 1975.. The rock attitude is back the performance is relaxed and superb like many critics noted ... , still at the top if his ability he deliveries the classic one hour show as usually, but very intense updating the show with more contemporary repertoire, tossing away mostly of the oldies.
AudiRec proudly presents: 'Hilton Showroom Volume 4' – a brandnew CD which will be released shortly. It includes an audience recording of the complete and so far unreleased performance from March 31, 1975 (Dinner Show) at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel. The sound on this new CD is probably the best from all volumes of the series so far. To assure yourself take a listen to the sample!