Elvis: At The International 1971 CD

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
April 3, 2018

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.

At The International 1971 CD.
At The International 1971 CD.


  1. That's Allright Mama
  2. I Got A Woman
  3. Elvis Welcomes The Audience
  4. Love Me
  5. Mystery Train
  6. Sweet Caroline
  7. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
  8. Polk Salad Annie
  9. Something
  10. Johnny B Goode
  11. How Great Thou Art
  12. Don't Be Cruel
  13. Heartbreak Hotel
  14. It's Now Or Never
  15. Bridge Over Troubled Water
  16. Blue Suede Shoes
  17. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
  18. Hound Dog
  19. Suspicious Minds
  20. Introductions
  21. I Just Can't Help Believin'
  22. Elvis Havin' Fun
  23. Just Pretend
  24. Snowbird (incomplete recording)
  25. Help Me Make It Through The Night (incomplete recording]
  26. One Night
  27. The Impossible Dream

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