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 Title: In Fine Form 
 Label: E.P. Collector 
 Label Number: EPC 2015-03 
 Release Date: 2015 
 Recording Type: Live Audience Recording 
 Location: Las Vegas, Hilton Hotel 
 Date: February 9 - 1973, Midnight Show 
 Sound: Very Good ! 
 Track Listing: 
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra       00:11
02 C. C. Rider       03:21
03 I Got A Woman / Amen       03:20
04 Love Me Tender       01:44
05 You Donít Have To Say You Love Me       02:01
06 Steamroller Blues       02:49
07 You Gave Me A Mountain       03:15
08 Fever       03:15
09 Love Me       01:30
10 Blue Suede Shoes       01:10
11 Heartbreak Hotel       01:38
12 Johnny B. Goode       02:20
13 Hound Dog       01:16
14 What Now My Love       03:05
15 Suspicious Minds       04:13
16 Band Introductions       01:20
17 I Canít Stop Loving You       02:23
18 An American Trilogy       04:35
19 Can't Help Falling In Love       01:39
20 Closing Vamp       00:39
Notes:  The recording is a little bit dull, Instruments and chorus are not all times hearable.

Press note:
It's not often that a totally "unknown" concert recording turns up, so we are rather pleased to be able to release this unreleased audience-recorded tape for collectors worldwide. And a rather nice one it is too, with EP in fine form and presenting a more solid and vocally satisfying show than at some of the other shows from this engagement. This tape, recorded during the February 9th, 1973 midnight show, it's very good-sounding recording, and Elvis' strong, no-nonsense delivery that night makes this release a worthwhile addition to your collection!

The CD is packaged in a nicely designed digipak with some less-known, cool images taken on January 14, 1973, in Hawaii. (July 2015)


 Sound Sample:   What Now My Love
 Concert:   Unreleased in any form before and a good sounding, entertaining concert with highlights like Fever, What Now My Love or  An American Trilogy. I think this sums it up quite well. Recommendable ! (Ciscoking)