New 2CD; Let Me.. Sing Again
The MxF label has announced a new 2CD; Let Me.. Sing Again. This contains both the Dinner and the Midnight show from August 25th, 1973. The 400 copies will be presented with four different sleeves variations.
MxF har annonsert en ny 2CD; Let Me.. Sing Again. Denne inneholder både middags- og middnattshowet i Las Vegas den 25. august, 1973. Opplaget på 400 vil komme med fire forskjellige omslagsbilder.
From the label; The MxF label will release soon its new second special product called “Let Me.. Sing Again featuring Elvis' Dinner and Midnight show from August 25th, 1973. These recordings are taken directly from a first generation of original tapes. The afternoon show is previously unreleased show, the evening show previously released here is presented in a very improved audio-quality. August 1973, Elvis Is back for his last summer season. The 1973 was begun in the better way, with the Aloha special at least commercial talking…But the things turned immediately toward the wrong direction ...the man had too weight to bear in his human shoulders... But as always for Elvis the music keeps his mind alive and overall active ... so the best moments of our man is when He is on the stage. The August 1973 is no exception. The August 25 present Elvis in positive mood, both the shows are solid and well performed...Elvis deliveries some killer version of My Boy and You Gave Me a Mountain, keeping steady part of the show the two classic Suspicious Minds and Bridge Over Troubled Water and delighting the audience with the sensitive The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face and rocker&blues latest single Steamroller Blues.
The sound is very good for an ambient recording, We have on our hands the original mono tape of extremely good quality enabling us to carry out a simple re-mastering work, concentrating on the reduction of noise trying to achieve a more clear sound balancing the channel and put at the right speed the tape. The result a pretty dynamic tape with a great definition of the background music and for sure you can live the atmosphere of a Elvis’ concert in the seventy. Ask your dealer for sound samples.
This is the second very special Product for this label, this new double set will be housed in a deluxe 7” (20x20 cm) size DIGIPACK, containing a bonus card with a collection of live photographs newspapers clips and memorabilia plus a high quality glossy 135 gram paper poster of 60x20 cm size. In matter to have a special collector item, the 400 copies will be presented with four different sleeves VARIATION. All the copies will come hand numbered sticker and individually sealed and Please remember!! This is a LIMITED HAND NUMBERED 400 COPIES. First 100 copies (variation 1 of sleeve) will be housed in a special Die-Cut&Crucifold sleeve. This deluxe edition will HAVE EXCLUSIVE CONTENTS. Ask to your dealer for more details. If you liked our previous first special product Atlanta 75, we'll bet that you will also love this one!
Track list: CD 1: Las Vegas August 25, 1973 DS (Previously Unreleased): 01.2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03.I Got A Woman/Amen 04. Love Me 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. Blue Suede Shoes 08. Rock Medley 09. Love Me Tender 10. Fever 11. Bridge Over Troubled Water (+ reprise) 12. Suspicious Minds 13. Band Introductions 14. Release Me 15. Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel 16. An American Trilogy 17. A Big Hunk O Love 18. Heartbreak Hotel 19. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (missing some seconds at the begin) 20. Can’t Help Falling In Love 21. Closing Vamp
CD 2: Las Vegas August 25, 1973 MS: 01.2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman/Amen 04. Love Me 05. Steamroller Blues 06. You Gave Me A Mountain 07. Blue Suede Shoes 08. Rock Medley 09. Love Me Tender 10. Fever 11. What Now My Love 12. Suspicious Minds (missing last seconds) 13. Band Introductions 14. My Boy 15. I Can’t Stop Loving You 16. An American Trilogy 17. Release Me 18. It’s A Matter Of Time 19. Elvis introduces Dee and Vernon Presley 20. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 21. Bridge Over Troubled Water 22. Can’t Help Falling In Love 23. Closing Vamp