FTD 130: Elvis In Florida April 1975

DKK 199,00

Tracklist:

1. Love Me (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)

2. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) (John Rostill)

3. Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley)

4. Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel (Kal Mann/Bernie Lowe)/(Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley)

5. Help Me (Larry Gatlin)

6. Burning Love (Dennis Linde)

7. Introductions

8. School Day (Chuck Berry)

9. My Boy (Claude Francois/Jean-Pierre Bourtayre/Bill Martin/Phil Coulter)

10. T-R-O-U-B-L-E (Jerry Chesnut)

11. I’ll Remember You (Kuiokalaani Lee)

12. Let Me Be There (John Rostill)

13. Why Me Lord (Kris Kristofferson)

14. Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)

15. An American Trilogy (Mickey Newbury)

16. Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss)

17. Closing Vamp

Tracks: 1-17 recorded live at Civic Center Arena, Lakeland, Florida. April 27, 1975, 8:30 PM show

18. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (Vicky Wickham/Simon Napier-Bell/Pino Donaggio/Vito Pallavicini)

19. Big Boss Man (Al Smith/Luther Dixon)

20. It’s Midnight (Billy Edd Wheeler/Jerry Chesnut)

21. Funny How Time Slips Away (Willie Nelson)

22. That’s All Right (Arthur Crudup)

23. Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley)

Tracks 18-23 recorded live at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, Florida. April 25, 1975, 8:30 PM show.

24. Hawaiian Wedding Song (Charles King/Al Hoffman/Dick Manning),

25. Help Me Make It Through The Night (Kris Kristofferson)

Tracks 24-25 recorded live at Civic Center Arena, Lakeland, Florida. April 28, 1975, 8:30 PM show.

The opening tracks of ‘See See Rider’ and ‘I Got A Woman’ / ‘Amen’ were not recorded on any of the Floridian shows during the tour.

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FTD release of ‘Elvis In Florida’ release is a single disc in the Classic Album 7″ packaging and features highlights from Elvis’ concerts during April 1975. The performances are taken from Jacksonville (April 25) and Lakeland (April 27/28). The 12-page booklet features great photos by Keith Alverson and memorabilia.