506020-975136 Follow That Dream Records / Sony
CD 1: 506020-975136DISC1 A0103126598-0102 13 A00 IFPI L553 IFPI
CD 2: 506020-975136DISC1 A0103126598-0202 17 A00 IFPI L557 IFPI
CD 1: 61:35
CD 2: 66:07
Live Soundboard Recordings
Location / Date
CD 1: St. Paul / Minnesota, Civic Center, October 2 -1974, Evening Show
CD 2: Wichita / Kansas, Wichita State University, October 7, 1974, Evening Show
CD 1 - St. Paul
See See Rider
I Got A Woman / Amen
Love Me / Blue Suede Shoes (false start only)
Blue Suede Shoes
Until It's Time For You To Go
Big Boss Man
If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
Love Me Tender
Guitar Solo (James Burton)
Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt)
Bass Solo (Duke Bardwell)
Piano Solo (Glen Hardin)
Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
All Shook Up
Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel
Why Me Lord
Let Me Be There
When It's My Time (performed by The Stamps)
Johnny B. Goode
Hawaiian Wedding Song
Polk Salad Annie
Can't Help Falling In Love
Bonus songs recorded October 4, 1974, Detroit / Michigan
Funny How Time Slips Away / Folsom Prison Blues (two lines)
CD 1: The concert wasn't recorded complete on the source tape.
It is possible that
the St. Paul recording was made on October 3, 1974
CD comes in a double digipak
Announcement: FTD is pleased to announce the release of "ELVIS: ST. PAUL TO
WITCHITA - OCTOBER '74". Released as a 5" digipak, and taken from the original
This 2-CD set features Elvis in excellent form from the fall tour of 1974. Elvis
was in great form and using a variety of repertoire.
On this new twofer we find two shows which haven't been released in any form
before. The concerts from this September / October 1974 tour can be described as
"ups and downs".
Heaven thanks we have 2 "ups" here.
Both shows are quite entertaining with the Wichita gig even being a bit better.
Elvis is in a good mood throughout , he jokes around a bit with the band and the
audience creating a loose and fun atmosphere.
On the other side we get strong renditions of songs like Until It's Time For You
To Go, Big Boss Man, If You Love Me (Let Me Know), The Wonder Of You, Let Me Be
There or the beautiful Hawaiian Wedding Song.
All in all two decent performances in excellent sound quality. In addition we
get three fine bonus tracks from Detroit, October 4, 1974. Very welcome !