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Elvis: Big Boss Man In Vegas 1974 (4-CD digipack longbox)


By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
January 31, 2018
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The Rock N Roll Majesty import-label announced the release of the 4 CD longbow 'Big Boss Man In Vegas', a limited edition of 350 numbered sets. Like their previous outings this box contains previously released material; two 1974 concerts (on four discs).

The August 30, 1974 midnight show was released on 'Night Fever In Vegas' by the Rock Legends import-label in 1997 and later as 'Black Angels In Vegas' by the Venus Productions import-label in 2009.

The September 2, 1974 closing show, was previously released as 'Desert Storm' by the Fort Baxter import-label in 1997 and this show was later released by various labels as 'Strung Out In Vegas' (Godfather Records) and 'Time To Dare' (MxF import-label).

Elvis: Big Boss Man In Vegas 1974 (4-CD digipack longbox), limited edition of 350 numbered sets.

Elvis: Big Boss Man In Vegas 1974 (4-CD digipack longbox).
Elvis: Big Boss Man In Vegas 1974 (4-CD digipack longbox).

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