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giovedì 2 marzo 2017

THE FINAL DAYS [LP]




ANNO DI PUBBLICAZIONE: 1979.
LABEL: non è indicata nessuna etichetta discografica. Compare solo la sigla “FD2“.
NOTE: si tratta di un doppio LP di produzione americana edito sia con la copertina blu che gialla.
Questo doppio LP ci offre l’ultimo spettacolo di Elvis a Indianapolis, 26 giugno 1977.
Il concerto, nel corso degli anni, è stato proposto svariate volte in parecchi bootlegs.


DISCO 1 LATO A:
1. 2001 Space Odyssey
2. See See Rider
3. I Got A Woman
4. Amen
5. Love Me
6. Fairytale

DISCO 1 LATO B.
1. Bridge Over Troubled Water
2. Introductions of the backing vocals
3. Early Morning Rain [featuring John Wilkinson]
4. What'd I Say [featuring James Burton]
5. Johnny B. Goode [featuring James Burton]
6. TCB Band Theme [featuring Larrie Londin on drums]
7. Blues A La Scheff [featuring Jerry Scheff on Fender Bass]
8. Two Miles Pike [featuring Tony Brown]

DISCO 2 LATO A:
1. You Gave Me A Mountain
2. Jaihouse Rock
3. O Sole Mio [S. Nielsen]
4. It's Now Or Never
5. Little Sister
6. Teddy Bear
7. Don't Be Cruel
8. Release Me (And Let Me Love Again)
9. I Can't Stop Loving You

DISCO 2 LATO B:
1. I Really Don't want To Know
2. Bobby's Choice [Featuring Bobby Ogdin]
3. Jazzing In Vegas [Joe Guercio's Orchestra]
4. Hurt
5. Hound Dog
6. Introductions of father and other members of the technical crew and Felton Jarvis. Also introduced his girlfriend Ginger and her family
7. Can't Help Falling In Love
8.Closing vamp



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  1. Questo commento è stato eliminato dall'autore.

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  2. Even tho this was the very last show he gave he still had the voice
    Long Live The King Forever

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  3. Merci ,une petite larme dans les yeux a l'écoute du concert,
    il nous manque tant!!!

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  4. I loved the strength of his voice in the later years with powerful versions of 'How Great Thou Art', 'Trying to get to you', 'It's now or ever' etc. Thank you Marco :)

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  6. thats right Frank Baverstock my friend
    His voice was stronger than ever by 77
    God bless you n your family
    Greetings sent

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  7. Thank you very much Marco for this share. Your great work is appreciated.
    Francis, ce cher Elvis nous manque à tous et vous faites bien de le souligner. Grâce à ce blog, nous pouvons garder le King dans nos coeurs.

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    1. Thank you Ronnie, are you the same Ronnie who kindly sent me things through the post?

      Elimina
    2. @Frank unfortunately Im not the same Ronny who sent you items to you
      Ill share my knowledge here with you if thats cool with you as I do with others here
      Enjoy your weekend my friend
      God bless your family

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  8. And that will be my pleasure my friend :)

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  9. Yvw Frank Baverstock my friend
    enjoy your weekend to all members

    This Final Show on June 26th was Elvis swansong I guess to his fans _ with him knowing the curcumstances about his health and personal life _ he was under

    He was planning his next tour it had been stated in many journals during the latter part of July"77 but that never took place

    However I do say still that he sholuld have rested more and the family members and friends should have made him look after his health instead of taking advantage of him

    Red West and Sonny West around this time wrote a book to tell the world what Elvis was like during his later part of his life

    That sure hurt Elvis in many ways
    My argument to characters like David Stanley , Rick Stanley ,and the Stanley family

    Its ok on all accounts during the seventies -

    when they were takwn on the payroll and requested lavish gifts such as cars and homes and Elvis made rheur dreams come true by supplying them with their requests but when he needed them in great urgencies they took their gifts and ran out if his life instead of protecting himself during his downfall in his health and lifestyle

    They wrote crappy (rubbish) books about him that were not true

    Dee Stanley and The Stanley Brothers wrote a book entitled We Love You Tender and RedWest and Sonny West wrote a book entitled Elvis What Happened
    ......
    I yet as a fan to see a definative and true book about Elvis

    You know what _ The Only Person to know about Elvis is the man himself - thats my humble opinion and I surely miss him like we all do _

    Long Live The King _

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  10. A lot of people were hangers on Ronnie and many made money after the sad loss. Red and Sonny I feel meant good for the King. You are correct of course, the only man who knew was the King himself.

    He will never die in the hearts of fans now and those yet to be.

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  11. @Frank Baverstock my friend
    Red And Sonny West knew exactly how bad
    Elvis wasin his health and lifestyle yet they betrayed him with their trust
    Just witness the last pressconference they gave in 77 that says it all
    Its on the film This is Elvis before the song Unchained Melody
    Enjoy your weekend my friend

    .....

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