December 05 - Right Direction In Johnson City

The Touchdown import-label announced the release "Right Direction In Johnson City" containing an audience-recording from March 19, 1976.

From the press-release:
For our last CD "Atlanta Loves Elvis" we selected one of the best Shows from his last Tour in 1976 and for our new CD we will stay in the same Year. This time we decided to take a show from Johnson City from his first Tour in 1976. With "Right Direction In Johnson City" we present you his show from the 19th of March 1976. Again it`s an Audience Recording and the quality is really good for this kind of recordings. With no doubt this show is the best from his first Tour that year and for sure also one of the best of the whole year. The performance of Elvis is on the same level as the one from his last tour and the Set list is excellent. The CD has a duration of 79 Minutes and four seconds and as always includes a 16 Pages Booklet. Total Playing Time: 79.04 minutes.

Tracks:
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra  02 See See Rider  03 I Got A Woman/ Amen  04 Talk With The Audience  05 Love Me  06 You Gave Me A Mountain  07 If You Love Me (Let Me Know)  08 Steamroller Blues 09 All Shook Up 10 Teddy Bear/Don‘t Be Cruel  11 Talk With The Audience  12 Heartbreak Hotel  13 Love Me Tender  14 Polk Salad Annie (with false start)  15 Band Introductions 16 James Burton Guitar Solo  17 Larry Londin Drum Solo  18 Jerry Scheff Bass Solo  19 Shane Keister Piano Solo  20 David Briggs Electric Clavinet Solo 21 Joe Guercio Orchestra  22 And I Love You So  23 Until It‘s Time For You To Go 24 Hurt 25 Hound Dog  26 How Great Thou Art 27 That‘s Alright, Mama  28 Talk With The Audience  29 Funny How Time Slips Away  30 Burning Love 31 Can‘t Help Falling In Love/ Closing Vamp

A Guide to the Australian Records

Just released is Glenn Reimer’s collaborative effort with noted Elvis historian, Peter R. (Bob) Hayden: "A Guide to the Australian Records of Elvis Presley The Vinyl Years 1956 – 1990".

From the press-release:

The release weighs in at over 1 kilogram and contains 250 pages, making it the most exhaustive examination of Elvis’ record history in Australia. The result of many years of research, it included the author spending countless hours scouring through library records and Elvis collections in order to source the most authoritative information possible. The release includes many value-added features including:

- All the daybills posters, film release dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne
- Price guide with label variations
- RCA sleeves and labels
- Articles from newspapers reviews from around Australia
- Newspaper ad for Elvis releases
The book is softcover A4 size and features 250 colour pages.  The gloss paper stock is 128gsm.  The release is a limited edition of 100 copies (with nearly half the copies already sold to collectors around the world).


(Source: FECC / Elvis Information Network)

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