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 Title: Next - Stop Fayetteville 
 Label: Graceland Records 
 Label Number: GR CD 7606/07/08 -2 
 Release Date: 2015 
 Recording Type: Live Audience Recording  
  Location: Fayetteville, NC, Cumberland County Memorial 
 Date: August 3 /  4 / 5, 1976, Evening Show 
 Sound: Good / Very Good! 
      
 Track Listing:  
  CD 1: August 3, 1976       00:55
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra   04:30
02 C. C. Rider   06:23
03 I Got A Woman / Amen   02:34
04 Love Me   01:06
05 All Shook Up   02:24
06 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel   03:25
07 And I Love You So   03:10
08 Fever   02:58
09 America The Beautiful (with reprise)   01:40
10 Jailhouse Rock   03:07
11 Band Introductions   01:07
12 Early Morning Rain   01:03
13 What'd I Say   00:54
14 Johnny B. Goode   01:54
15 Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt)   01:48
16 Bass Solo (Blues - Jerry Scheff)   01:16
17 Piano Solo (Tony Brown)   00:59
18 Electric Piano & Clavinet Solo (David Briggs)   04:14
19 Love Letters   01:01
20 School Days   02:39
21 Hurt (with reprise)   01:06
22 Hound Dog (incomplete)   02:57
23 Love Me Tender   03:08
24 Hawaiian Wedding Song   03:07
25 Danny Boy (Sherrill Nielsen)   03:56
26 An American Trilogy   01:43
27 Can't Help Falling In Love       00:23
28 Closing Vamp    
 
 
       
  CD 2: August 4, 1976        
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra   00:57
02 C. C. Rider   04:23
03 I Got A Woman / Amen   06:07
04 Love Me   02:39
05 All Shook Up   01:03
06 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel   02:07
07 And I Love You So   03:23
08 Fever   03:16
09 America The Beautiful (with reprise)   02:56
10 Jailhouse Rock   01:34
11 Band Introductions   02:22
12 Early Morning Rain   01:04
13 What'd I Say   00:54
14 Johnny B. Goode   00:54
15 Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt)   02:01
16 Bass Solo #1 (Blues - Jerry Scheff)   01:53
17 Bass Solo #2 (Battle Of New Orleans - Jerry Scheff)   00:55
18 Piano Solo (Tony Brown)   01:11
19 Electric Piano & Clavinet Solo (David Briggs)   01:24
20 Love Letters   04:19
21 School Days   00:57
22 Hurt #1   01:55
23 Hurt #2   01:52
24 Hound Dog (spliced with the version from Aug. 5)   01:51
25 Hawaiian Wedding Song   02:19
26 My Heavenly Father (Kathy Westmoreland)   03:51
27 Can't Help Falling In Love   01:43
28 Closing Vamp   00:11
 
 
       
  CD 3: August 5, 1976        
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra   00:32
02 C. C. Rider   04:05
03 I Got A Woman / Amen   06:52
04 Love Me   03:28
05 All Shook Up   01:04
06 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel   02:29
07 Love Me Tender   01:51
08 Fever   03:17
09 America The Beautiful (with reprise)   02:52
10 Jailhouse Rock   01:36
11 Band Introductions   02:35
12 Early Morning Rain   01:39
13 What'd I Say   00:55
14 Johnny B. Goode   00:53
15 Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt)   01:51
16 Bass Solo #1 (Blues - Jerry Scheff)   01:42
17 Bass Solo #2 (Battle Of New Orleans - Jerry Scheff)   00:51
18 Piano Solo (Tony Brown)   01:15
19 Electric Piano & Clavinet Solo (David Briggs)   01:03
20 Love Letters   03:09
21 School Days   00:56
22 Hurt (with reprise)   02:39
23 Hound Dog   02:43
24 Can't Help Falling In Love   01:42
25 Closing Vamp   00:19

 

 
Notes:   Press note:
Fayetteville, NC, Cumberland County Memorial, August 3rd, 4th and 5th, 1976 shows

We all have said it once or twice, “You should have been there, it was amazing, and you should have heard it. Wow! Guess what… You can, really? YES!
Graceland Records label managed once again a rare momentum. This time it’s not just one show, but 3 complete and previously unreleased concerts. They were not available in any form – until now!
Rumours lingered about only a few songs he sang on the 3th of August 1976, but nobody heard it since that day. NOTHING was known about these 3 concerts, no recorded evidence, no track listings available, too. Just rumours.

These 3 concerts are definitively rare and also very good, for the hot summer of 1976!

HIGHLIGHTS: ALL 3 CONCERTS!
On August 3rd, Elvis is in good mood and the audience really joins in. Elvis loves it and interacts tremendously! Wow! Best moments of this show: America The Beautiful (with reprised last part), Love Letters, Hawaiian Wedding Song and very rare (unusual for summer of 1976) performance of An American Trilogy!

On 4th, Elvis was looking forward to perform again and he gave a hell of show, playing off the roof. Great moments: And I Love You So, America The Beautiful (with reprised last part) and two full performances of Hurt.

The August 5th was closing show of whole tour and last ever Elvis show in Fayetteville. Elvis makes sure the people from Fayetteville will remember that he was there, giving another fantastic performance. Best songs: America The Beautiful (with reprised ending), Jailhouse Rock, Love Letters and Hurt (with reprised last part).

Speaking about somewhat up & down shows of summer '76, this is certainly Elvis at his best. Those 3 shows are definitely „up” and far from being „down”

These rare audience recordings came from a non fan, who recorded it since he believed it was historical moment. At Graceland Records we are very grateful since these are almost beyond par the best concerts of the 1976 Bicentennial tour, I very good sound !

This special summer set is presented in 3CD-digipack, in slipcase, with great 44-page booklet filled with many rare photos (some are presented for the very first time) of Elvis on stage in Fayetteville. You can't go wrong with this set. If you know the Graceland Records releases, you’ll will love this !

 
Sound Samples:  And I Love You So (August 3)

Hurt (August 4)

Hound Dog (August 5)
   
Concert: Three shows that have never been released in any form makes this a must-have for all collectors. In addition it fills a gap because now all concerts from this tour are available for fans on various formats. The performances were better than many of this dreadful year. Elvis tried hard to deliver decent shows and in the end it was okay. The crowd was satisfied and you will be, too. Excellent 3-shows-pack in great layout (Ciscoking).