September 24 - That's The Way it Is - Photo Folio

Erik Lorentzen announced the release of 'That's The Way it Is - Photo Folio' in the 'Summer Festival' series. 

This deluxe coffee-table soft-cover book contains 250 color images in pristine quality according to the press release. The book is due October 2020.

Feelin' Fast Vibrations

The new label Cocky Rooster Company presents their first release. Everyone knows where this is coming from, but we thought this should be represented in a good way. We don't know the person who worked on it like crazy, but he deserves a big hand for it. Listen to the fantastic sounding matrix recording from the midnight show on August 21, 1974 on a shiny silver pressed CD for your collection. 

Tracks: (01) Also Sprach Zarathustra* (02) See See Rider** (03) I Got A Woman/Amen** (04) Love Me** (05) If You Love Me, Let Me Know** (06) It's Midnight** (07) Big Boss Man** (08) Fever** (09) Love Me Tender** (10) All Shook Up** (11) Dialogue** (12) Stop The World [And Let Me Off] (one-liner)** (13) I'm Leavin'** (14) Softly As I Leave You** (15) Hound Dog** (16) You Gave Me A Mountain** (17) Polk Salad Annie** (18) Band Introductions pt.1** (19) Take These Chains From My Heart (one-liner)** (20) Band Introductions pt.2** (21) If You Talk In Your Sleep** (22) Why Me Lord** (23) Dialogue** (24)Teddy Bear/ Don't Be Cruel** (25) Hawaiian Wedding Song** (26) The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face** (27) Let Me Be There (with reprise)**/* (28) Can't Help Falling In Love* (29) Closing Vamp*

* Soundboard ** Audience/ Soundboard Mix (Matrix)
track 1 rec. on January 27, 1974 (MS) tracks 2-29 recorded on August 21, 1974 (MS)

Note: This mix of the soundboard and audience recording of this concert was created by Elvisasellers and shared on the FECC forum.

Analog War Nicht Besser

Elvis Presley is featured on the cover of the German Fine Art Printer magazine with inside the article 'Analog War Nicht Besser' (analog was not better) about the Munich photographer who had Elvis in front of the camera in 1956 and still used uses Canon's large format printer today.

(Source: Elvis Files / Elvis Club Berlin)