Elvis On CD │ FTD CDs
Three panel fold-out digipak
|Title:||Elvis In Atlanta|
|Label:||Follow That Dream (FTD)|
|Catalog number:||506020-975111 Follow That Dream Records / Sony Mucic Entertainment|
CD 1: 506020-975111DISCONE A0102841243-0102 15 A00 IFPI L555 IFPI
CD 2: 506020-975111DISCTWO A0102841243-0202 11 A00 IFPI L551 IFPI 944Q
CD 1: 58:26
CD 2: 57:30
|Recording type:||Live Recordings (soundboard)|
|Location::||Atlanta / Georgia, Omni Colliseum|
CD 1: April 30 - 1975, Evening Show|
CD 2: May 1 - 1975, Evening Show
CD 1 & 2: The opening numbers "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider" and "I
Got A Woman / Amen" were not recorded at the shows.|
Comes in a 3 panel 5" digipak
Another twofer by the FTD dream that should belong to every well-asssorted "70s
live" collection. |
Elvis once said that Atlanta was his second home. Elvis loved Atlanta and Atlanta loved Elvis. The concerts at the Omni always were something special.
As soon as the King hit the stage the crowd went nuts. A move with his little finger could cause riots near the stage.
For his renditions of How Great Thou Art or American Trilogy the star got standing ovations. The walls surely began to tremble when he sang out the last notes of these anthems.
He did so many more highlights like That's All Right, If You Love Me, Burning Love, It's Now Or Never, Help Me Make It Through The Night or Let Me Be There. Well done, Ernst and team. Highly recommendable! (Ciscoking)