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Released : 'Elvis In West Texas' soundboard May 30, 1976 FTD CD


By: Elvis Australia
Source: FTD
November 11, 2015 - 5:59:59 PM
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FTD have released the 'Elvis In West Texas' CD containing a soundboard recorded of the evening show in Odessa on May 30, 1976. A thoroughly great show with repertoire highlights 'Help Me Make It Through The Night' and 'It's Now Or Never' and packaged in 5" digipack with a 12-page booklet of 1976 photos.

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'Elvis In West Texas' FTD 136 (506020-975090)

1) See See Rider 5:23
2) I Got Woman / Amen 7:55
3) Love Me 2:30
4) If You Love Me (Let Me Know) 2:58
5) You Gave Me A Mountain 3:22
6) All Shook Up 1:03
7) (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel 1:59
8) Heartbreak Hotel 1:46
9) Jailhouse Rock 1:20
10) Blue Suede Shoes 1:14
11) Fever 3:33
12) Introductions; Medley: 14:44 a) Early Morning Rain, b) What'd I Say, c) Johnny B. Goode, d) Love Letters, e) School Day
13) Hurt 3:58
14) Hound Dog 3:09
15) Funny How Time Slips Away 2:39
16) Help Me Make It Through The Night 2:09
17) It's Now Or Never 2:52
18) Can't Help Falling In Love 3:50

'Elvis In West Texas' soundboard May 30, 1976 CD from FTD

Recorded at County Coliseum, Odessa, Texas on May 30, 1976, at the evening show. 'See See Rider' and the talk about Odessa following it, are from the afternoon show the same day. A short piece of the introductions was not recorded.


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