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Forty Eight Hours To Memphis

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Title: Forty Eight Hours To Memphis
Label: Follow That Dream (FTD)
Catalog number: 506020 975029 , Sony Music Entertainment
Matrix: IFPI L558  d:centia 506020975029 A0101857119-0101 18 A00   IFPI 94V4
Release date: 10/2011
Playing time: 64:01
Recording type: Live multitrack recording
Location:: Richmond / Virginia
Date:   March 18, 1974 - 8:30PM Show
    
Track listing:  
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra       01:17
02 See See Rider       03:01
03 I Got A Woman / Amen       04:16
04 Love Me       01:40
05 Trying To Get To You       02:09
06 All Shook Up       01:01
07 Steamroller Blues       02:53
08 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel       01:59
09 Love Me Tender       01:44
10 Medley*       03:17
11 Fever       03:03
12 Polk Salad Annie       03:52
13 Why Me Lord?       02:52
14 Suspicious Minds       03:44
15 Introductions by Elvis       02:31
16 I Can't Stop Loving You       02:25
17 Help Me       02:42
18 American Trilogy       03:58
19 Let Me Be There       03:39
20 Funny How Time Slips Away       02:47
21 Can't Help Falling In Love       01:45
22 Closing Vamp       01:02
23 Sweet Caroline       02:33
24 Johnny B. Goode       01:47
25 That's All Right       02:04
         
Notes:   * Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Your Mama Don't Dance / Flip, Flop and Fly / Jailhouse Rock / Hound Dog

Track 1-22: The performances were recorded on a 16 track tape machine, but the original 16 track tape has been lost or possibly erased. We have found a newly discoverd unmarked tape with the complete concert. This is a 2 track copy from the original 16 track tape. Track 3 "I Got A Woman" had to be restored because of tape damage. Restoration has been done with the March 20 recording of the same song at the Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis Tennessee.

Track 23 recorded live from the mixing desk on March 1, 1974, Tulsa / Oklahoma
Tracks 24 & 25 recorded live from the mixing desk on March 17, 1974, Evening Show, Memphis / Rennessee


 

    This is a special collector edition housed in a 7" (17,5 cm) triple-fold-out cover. Includes a 16 pages booklet with concert review, photos and on tour dates.
     
Concert:   A powerhouse performance from one of the best tours ever. Elvis had a strong voice and was in great shape. Almost no weak point in the show. Good choice. Ernst ! (Ciscoking)