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Houston Astrodome (From Tulsa to Houston)

Houston Astrodome (From Tulsa to Houston) (LP/CD) - Elvis Presley Bootleg CD  Houston Astrodome (From Tulsa to Houston) (LP/CD) - Elvis Presley Bootleg CD  Houston Astrodome (From Tulsa to Houston) (LP/CD) - Elvis Presley Bootleg CD
CD in a plastic sleeve as attachment to the VV LP
 

 
     
 Title: Houston Astrodome (From Tulsa to Houston) 
 Label: VV 
 Label Number: none 
 Release Date: 2021 
 Recording Type: Live Audience Recording  
 Location: Tulsa / Oklahoma, Oral Roberts University  
 Date: March 2, 1974 - Afternoon Show 
 Sound: Average 
      
 Track Listing: 
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  See See Rider
I Got A Woman / Amen
Love Me
Trying To Get To You
Sweet Caroline
Love Me Tender
You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling
Johnny B. Goode
Hound Dog
Fever
Polk Salad Annie
Why Me Lord
My Baby Left Me
Suspicious Minds
Band Introduction
I Can't Stop Loving You
Help Me
An American Trilogy
Let Me Be There (with reprise)
Funny How Time Slips Away
  02:41
03:21
01:46
02:14
02:32
01:37
03:53
01:45
01:12
03:09
04:03
02:56
01:58
03:32
01:45
02:35
02:34
04:03
04:12
02:41
 
 
       
 Note:  The recording on CD starts with the first words of "See See Rider", "Also Sprach Zarathustra" is missing. After the intro of "Suspicious Minds" a small piece missing.
The recording ends after "Funny How Time Slips Away", the end of the show is missing.
VV transferred the recording directly from a CD-R that was floating around in collectors' circles. As always, the VV label has shown that it has no interest in improving the sound.

Houston Astrodome (From Tulsa to Houston) (LP/CD) - Elvis Presley Bootleg CD

Announcement (sic):
Released from the "VV" label for the first time in vinyl, of the show of Houston 03th of March 1974 and including the unreleased ambiance recording Tulsa OK. Oral Roberts University March 2, 1974, included as a bonus.

As always the VV attitude is to present Elvis at the peak of his possibility and without a doubt, this double set presents Elvis still at his best. After shedding some extra weight the man is ready to face his first tour of 1974. March 1974 started with two great shows in Tulsa and then departed to Houston for two shows in the Astrodome where Elvis beat his own audience record from 1970. The Houston show itís a usual one where Elvis faces a large distant adoring crowd without the orchestra.
Here is presented completely remastered for the first time in heavy glorious vinyl.

At the same time, we are glad to include as a bonus CD an unreleased Ambiance Recording of the previous day in Tulsa. The sound is decent: if you want to live the atmosphere of an Elvis concert in 2021 this is the right tape. We can guarantee that Elvis was greeted with incredible enthusiasm; the popularity in the live scene in the middle of 1974 is at its maximum level.

The tour presents Elvis still at the top of his possibility, despite He is not anymore the rocker of 1970. He still looks great in his impressive jumpsuits and he delivers great shows with a great version of his classic hits adding to the repertoire the religious new Help me and reaching the top of the classic anthem American Trilogy and the sacred How Great Thou Art.

Single vinyl 180 grams!!!!, including the incredible Houston show with the best audio possible!! The Soundboard recording from remastered sound FOR THE FIRST TIME in a high valued collector vinyl, 33 rpm speed.

SPECIAL LIMITED SET INFO
Vinyl LP housed in a deluxe 300 grams gatefold sleeve that includes together the vinyl a Bonus cd and incredible large art card 30x30 cm double side printed on 300 gram glossy paper.

Vinyl LP, Album, Single cover, Limited Edition, Black 100 copies.
Vinyl LP, Album, Single cover, Limited Edition, Red 100 copies
Vinyl LP, Album, Single cover, Limited Edition, Blue 100 copies

All the copies version will include together with the bonus CD and an exclusive large art card 30x30 cm double side printed hand numbered!!! All the LP copies will come with three different Glossy Sticker hand-numbered and individually sealed.
 

 
       
  Sound Sample:  Funny How Time Slips Away
 
       
       
  Concert: A very good concert from a very good tour. The crowd went nuts as soon as Elvis hit the stage. A move with his little finger almost caused riots among the fans and the King knew it.
In addition we have an excellent set list with something for everybody. Trying To Get To You, You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling, My Baby Left Me, I Can't Stop Loving You, Let Me Be There and more.
Choose your own highlight. A powerhouse performance. Pity, the sound is plain average. (Ciscoking)