Cerca nel blog

BE CAREFUL...

1) Do not share links: from now, every link is tracked so if a link would be sharing, the IP address is shown by me and I will banned who share link.

2) Requests 5 links in one day if they are not shown here only to some.links.for.everybody@gmail.com

3) DO NOT ASK RELEASES IF THEY AREN'T IN MY BLOG.


lunedì 13 marzo 2017

ELVIS LIVE




SONY. Europe.
2006.
Sony/BMG 82876 85750 2.
FLAC.


TRACKLIST:
See See Rider (Las Vegas, Ferbruary 18 -1970)
Johnny B. Goode (Las Vegas, August 24 -1969)
Mystery Train / Tiger Man (Las Vegas, August 24 -1969)
In The Ghetto (Las Vegas, August 25 -1969)
Suspicious Mind (Las Vegas, August 22 -1969)
The Wonder of You (Las Vegas, Ferbruary 18 -1970)
Polk Salad Annie (Las Vegas, Ferbruary 18 -1970)
Walk A Mile In My Shoes (Las Vegas, Ferbruary 19 -1970)
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' (Las Vegas, August 13 -1970)
I Just Can't Help Believin' (Las Vegas, August 13 -1970)
Bridge Over Troubled Water (Las Vegas, August 11 -1970)
You Gave Me A Mountain (Las Vegas, February 16 -1972)
An American Trilogy (Las Vegas, February 17 -1972)
Never Been To Spain (Las Vegas, February 16 -1972)
What Now My Love (Las Vegas, January 14 -1973)
Burning Love (Las Vegas, January 14 -1973)
My Way (Las Vegas, January 14 -1973)
Steamroller Blues (Las Vegas, January 14 -1973)
How Great Thou Art (Memphis, March 20 -1974)
Unchained Melody (Ann Arbor, April 24 -1977)





LINK: https://mega.nz/#!QQEFSSwA!GNQfwNvvMsdsO2HIyNvIwp2_skO5ED7dEmKPlR5iz1I

4 commenti:

  1. Tyvm Marco this one in set has some of the very best Live performances
    From the King
    He never played to an unsold seat during his live performances as they were Sold Out especially @Vegas and On Tour
    Long Live The King Elvis

    RispondiElimina
  2. Thank you very much Marco for this release. Thank you again for your work toward the fans. You're doing here a very BIG work and it is appreciated hugely.

    I think Colonel Parker worked also a lot to have never unsold seat.

    Long Live Marco's Blogs !

    Long Live The King Elvis !

    RispondiElimina
  3. @:Sylvain aka Il Gatto
    To me I think that the colonel was more interested in his own interests at Vegas on the gambling machines etc and to pay his debt off as he accumulated large amounts of debts to pay back
    Elvis did shows there to help him out
    Think on this
    I feel that Elvis should have tested more during these eras (mid 70s)
    Enjoy the info and week

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. Elvis should have rested more too during the mid 70s and get better in his health
      We can only speculate now as it's too late to change anything

      Elimina