Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis [Legacy Edition]

Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis [Legacy Edition]

by Elvis Presley
     
 

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How much did Colonel Tom Parker flood the Elvis marketplace in the early '70s? Between 1969's From Vegas to Memphis to 1974's Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis, Presley was releasing a live album nearly every year (1971 was skipped). Each one was tied to an event -- a televised concert from Hawaii, his first

Overview

How much did Colonel Tom Parker flood the Elvis marketplace in the early '70s? Between 1969's From Vegas to Memphis to 1974's Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis, Presley was releasing a live album nearly every year (1971 was skipped). Each one was tied to an event -- a televised concert from Hawaii, his first concert in New York -- but, decades removed from this era, it's easy to forget that at the dawn of the '70s, seeing Elvis on-stage was in itself event, as he spent the better part of the '60s making movies instead of playing live. In fact, the last time he had played in Memphis, Tennessee was in 1961, so even though it was the last in a long line of live records, the homecoming concert captured on 1974's cumbersomely titled Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis was something special: it captured a beloved hero returning home. Presley made sure he was prepared for the occasion, running through much of the set two days prior the March 18 Memphis concert at the Richmond Coliseum. [Comprising a two-disc, 52-track set, the 2014 Legacy Edition of Recorded Live on Stage contains that concert as its second disc (this second disc also has five very relaxed, very spare, quite appealing rehearsals from August 1974, cut just prior to an appearance in Vegas) and it's quite a bit different in tenor than the released record; it's loose and rollicking, with Elvis and the TCB band feeding off the energy of an exuberant audience. In contrast, the Memphis concert -- here on the first disc, in the expanded, full-concert addition originally released on Follow That Dream Records in 2004 -- is precise, professional, and deadly, a testament to the Presley team being a well-oiled machine. As this full-length Legacy Edition reveals, far from being just another Elvis live record, Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis is a little bit of dynamite, proof that on a good night in 1974, Elvis was still as good as rock & roll got.]

Product Details

Release Date:
03/18/2014
Label:
Sony Legacy
UPC:
0888430179721
catalogNumber:
301797
Rank:
28607

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Also Sprach Zarathustra
  2. See See Rider
  3. Medley: I Got a Woman/Amen
  4. Love Me
  5. Trying to Get to You
  6. All Shook Up
  7. Steamroller Blues
  8. Medley: (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel
  9. Love Me Tender
  10. Medley: Long Tall Sally/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On/Your Mama Don't Dan
  11. Fever
  12. Polk Salad Annie
  13. Why Me Lord
  14. How Great Thou Art
  15. Suspicious Minds
  16. Introductions
  17. Medley: Blueberry Hill/I Can't Stop Loving You
  18. Help Me
  19. An American Trilogy
  20. Let Me Be There
  21. My Baby Left Me
  22. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
  23. Funny How Time Slips Away
  24. Can't Help Falling in Love
  25. Closing Vamp

Disc 2

  1. Also Sprach Zarathustra
  2. See See Rider
  3. Medley: I Got a Woman/Amen
  4. Love Me
  5. Trying to Get to You
  6. All Shook Up
  7. Steamroller Blues
  8. Medley: (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel
  9. Love Me Tender
  10. Medley: Long Tall Sally/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On/Your Mama Don't Dan
  11. Fever
  12. Polk Salad Annie
  13. Why Me Lord
  14. Suspicious Minds
  15. Introductions
  16. I Can't Stop Loving You
  17. Help Me
  18. An American Trilogy
  19. Let Me Be There
  20. Funny How Time Slips Away
  21. Can't Help Falling in Love with You
  22. Closing Vamp
  23. Down in the Alley
  24. Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues
  25. Softly as I Leave You
  26. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  27. The Twelfth of Never

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Elvis Presley   Primary Artist
Sweet Inspirations   Vocals
Duke Bardwell   Bass
Glen D. Hardin   Piano
Charlie Hodge   Guitar,Vocals
Kathy Westmoreland   Vocals
J.D. Sumner & the Stamps   Vocals
Ronnie Tutt   Drums

Technical Credits

Big Joe Turner   Composer
Richard Strauss   Composer
Don Gibson   Composer
Kris Kristofferson   Composer
Willie Nelson   Composer
Mickey Newbury   Composer
Ray Charles   Composer
Clovers   Composer
Kenny Loggins   Composer
Jim Messina   Composer
Elvis Presley   Arranger,Composer,Executive Producer
James Taylor   Composer
Jerry Leiber   Composer
Tony Joe White   Composer
Larry Gatlin   Composer
Otis Blackwell   Composer
Mark James   Composer
Luigi Creatore   Composer
Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup   Composer
Sunny David   Composer
Tony King   Photo Courtesy
Lewis   Composer
Jerry Livingston   Composer
Hugo Peretti   Composer
Kal Mann   Composer
Danny O'Keefe   Composer
Vincent Rose   Composer
John Rostill   Composer
Larry Stock   Composer
Mike Stoller   Composer
Jesse Stone   Composer
Paul Francis Webster   Composer
Ernst Mikael Jorgensen   Reissue Producer
Roger Semon   Art Direction
John Davenport   Composer
Dave Williams   Composer
Ken Sharp   Liner Notes
Eddie Cooley   Composer
Richard Penniman   Composer
Rob Santos   Reissue Producer
Enotris Johnson   Composer
Vera Matson   Composer
Hal Shaper   Composer
Jester Hairston   Composer
Antonio de Vita   Composer
Carl Dunn   Photo Courtesy
Traditional   Composer
Rose Marie McCoy   Composer
Stuart K. Hine   Composer
Steve Barile   Photo Courtesy
George Weiss   Composer
Robert Blackwell   Composer
Charles Singleton   Composer
Keith Alverson   Photo Courtesy
Ewan McColl   Composer
Bernie Love   Composer
Terry Bert   Photo Courtesy
Ed Bonja   Photo Courtesy
Sandi Pichon   Photo Courtesy
Wallace Clark   Photo Courtesy
Sean Shaver   Photo Courtesy
Kieran Davis   Photo Courtesy
Kenny Kjøhl   Photo Courtesy
Derek Phillips   Photo Courtesy

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