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Elvis April 14 1972 Greensboro CD

Published by Elvis CD Collectors Gold in CD · 15/6/2018 13:19:00
Elvis April 14 1972 Greensboro CD
Victrola label is proud to present Elvis’ powerhouse concert in Greensboro Coliseum on April 14th 1972.

So what makes this new release so special? Yes, it has been released before, most recently on the Amiga label boxed set ''Elvis On Tour - Deluxe Edition''. But this release blows that set right out of the water! You will not believe the sound, which for the first time comes from the actual RCA tapes. Yes, you read that correctly. For the first time, these are actual multitrack master recordings, and not the nafta tapes that have been used this far as a source for this show. On the box set, it was even presented in mono (sloppy, that) and Madison released it earlier in narrow stereo on "Greensboro Revolution". The recording that we obtained was mixed down from the original 8- and 16-track masters fairly recently, but then, oddly enough, stored back in the vaults. We know you will be thrilled when you hear this recording, which has the signature of the best Elvis live mixes released officially thus far. The wide, dynamic stereo sound is just friggin' unbelievable and puts you right in that Greensboro audience. That may sound like hype, but just wait for the samples! Elvis at the peak of his powers, April 1972, driving the audience into a frenzy... And you are right there! Do not miss this sonic delight, which may well be your favorite Elvis live album in the years to come. That's how good this is. We are clearly thrilled to be able to release this for you, from the actual mastertapes, in a fresh, professionally mixed stunning stereo sound. As a bonus, we've added a bonus disc featuring sacred performances and additional live songs in glorious stereo, as well as the unedited ''Funny How Time Slips Away'' from the April 5th 1972 rehearsal (badly butchered up on the aforementioned box-set). These days, there aren't a lot of surprises left in the Elvis world (wasn't that "Searcher" film a real doozy?), but this is definitely one of them. Grab it while you can! We do understand some people will be sceptical about this project, but for once, this is what it is! To assure these people, we will be posting samples soon, so that they can compare & make graphics to their hearts' content. This is the real deal, folks... And one project that we're damn proud of. A killer release that deserves to be in your collection.

We are proud to announce too, that ''Elvis April 14, 1972 Greensboro'' will be released later this year on 180grams vinyl in a beautiful gatefold sleeve, and with a large booklet filled with many rare pix.

The Victrola label is planning more releases in 2018, so stay tuned!


CD 1

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. C. C. Rider
03. Proud Mary
04. Never Been To Spain
05. You Gave Me A Mountain
06. Until It’s Time For You To Go
07. Polk Salad Annie
08. Love Me
09. All Shook Up
10. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel
11. Hound Dog
12. Heartbreak Hotel
13. A Big Hunk O’ Love
14. Bridge Over Troubled Water
15. Suspicious Minds
16. Love Me Tender
17. Band Introductions
18. For The Good Times
19. An American Trilogy
20. Burning Love
21. Release Me
22. Funny How Time Slips Away
23. Can’t Help Falling In Love
24. Closing Vamp

CD 2

01. Johnny B. Goode (takes 1 - 3)
02. Always On My Mind (rehearsal, with extra dialogue)
03. Separate Ways (takes 1 & 2, with extra dialogue)
04. Time Has Made A Change In Me (J. D. Sumner & The Stamps)
05. I Should Have Been Crucified (J. D, Sumner & The Stamps)
06. I John
07. Bosom Of Abraham / You Better Run
08. Lead Me, Guide Me
09. Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus / Nearer My God To Thee
10. Sweet Sweet Spirit (rehearsal, J. D. Sumner & The Stamps)
11. When It's My Time (Bill Baize & The Stamps)
12. All Shook Up (April 9, 1972)
13. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel (April 9, 1972)
14. Are You Lonesome Tonight (April 9, 1972)
15. I Can't Stop Loving You (April 9, 1972)
16. How Great Thou Art (April 9, 1972)

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