'Still Wielding The Old Magic!' CD | DVD | Double Vinyl Soundboard Box Set
April 4, 2016
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- a double vinyl edition of the album with the remastered show from Richmond April 10, 1972
- a CD with an unreleased show from Buffalo April 5, 1972
- a DVD with the remastered show from Hampton Road April 09, 1972
- as Additional content a 43x30 art print.
'Still Wielding The Old Magic!', a limited edition box set housed in a deluxe 350 grams gatefold sleeve.
Double vinyl 150 grams, including the incredible Richmond show with the best audio possible!!
A Soundboard recording from the improved sound FOR THE FIRST TIME in a double high valued collector vinyl set, 33 rpm speed.
The CD, including The Tour Opening Show, Buffalo April 5, 1972, in a completely unreleased Audience recording with a decent audio. This recording come from an early generation copy of the master tape, the sound quality is very good considering the early arena show. We have on our hands the original mono tape of extremely good quality enabling us to carry out simple re-mastering work, concentrating on the reduction of noise trying to achieve a more clear sound and of Elvis in matter to deliver the best audio possible for your listen pleasure.
The DVD here presented has been professional edited, all the footage has been carefully remastered in the matter to deliver the best video to date!!!! The result is unbelievable forget the cheap DVD that are floating around … All the footage includes matching audio from the original concert in the way to get a perfect sync between audio and image with speed correction of the original footage.
We added a special art bonus to the package:
• a special art print of an incredible shot from Buffalo.
This is a LIMITED HAND NUMBERED 400 COPIES
Please stay tuned for our next release with the second volume dedicated to ELVIS ON TOUR!
01.2001 Theme 02.C C Rider 03.Proud Mary 04.Never Been To Spain
05.You Gave Me A Mountain
06.Until Its Time For You To Go 07.Polk Salad Annie 08.Love Me 09.All Shook Up
10.Teddy Bear / don''t Be Cruel 11.Heartbreak Hotel 12.Hound Dog
13.Bridge Over Troubled Water 14.Love Me Tender 15.It''s Over 16. Suspicious Minds
18.For The Good Times 19.I Can''t Stop Loving You 20.An American Trilogy
21.Lawdy Miss Clawdy 22.Funny How Time Slips Away 23.Can''t Help Falling In Love
01.2001 Theme/CC Rider 02 Proud Mary 03. Never Been To Spain 04. You Gave Me A Mountain 05. Until Time For You To Go 06.Polk Salad Annie 07. Love Me 08. Blue Suede Shoes 09. All Shook Up 10.Teddy Bear/don''t Be Cruel 11.Hound Dog 12.A Big Hunk Of Love 13.I Can''t Stop Loving You 14. Love Me Tender 15.Suspicious Minds 16.An American Trilogy 17.Band Introduction 18. Johnny B Good 19. Lawdy Miss Clawdy 20. Funny Time Slips Away 21. Can''t Help Falling In Love
APPROX RUNNING TIME 73.00 min. Included Previously Unreleased Footage.
Chapter 1: Buffalo April 5, 1972 Rehearsal 10,00 min.
Chapter 2: Hampton Roads April 9, 1972 59,00 min.
Chapter 3: Richmond April 10, 1972 3,00 min.
NOTE: All the footage has been digitally restored in matter to achieve the best result on the image quality.
All the footage includes matching audio from the original concert in the way to get a perfect sync between audio and image.
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Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD + 16 page booklet.
Never before have we seen an Elvis Presley concert from the 1950's with sound. Until Now! The DVD Contains recently discovered unreleased film of Elvis performing 6 songs, including Heartbreak Hotel and Don't Be Cruel, live in Tupelo Mississippi 1956. Included we see a live performance of the elusive Long Tall Sally seen here for the first time ever.
This is an excellent release no fan should be without it.
The 'parade' footage is good to see as it puts you in the right context with color and b&w footage. The interviews of Elvis' Parents are well worth hearing too. The afternoon show footage is wonderful and electrifying : Here is Elvis in his prime rocking and rolling in front of 11.000 people. Highly recommended.