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Never-Ending Demand Vol. 3

Never-Ending Demand Vol. 3 Never-Ending Demand Vol. 3 Never-Ending Demand Vol. 3

 Title: Never-Ending Demand Vol. 3 
 Label: Rainbow Records 
 Label Number: RR-19750503-A 
 Release Date: 2013 
 Recording Type: Live Audience Recording 
 Location: Monroe / Louisiana, Monroe Civic Center 
 Date: May 3 - 1975, Afternoon Show 
 Sound: good 
 Track Listing: 
01 Also Sprach Zarathustra   00:45  
02 See See Rider   04:16  
03 I Got A Woman / Amen   04:01  
04 Love Me   02:08  
05 If You Love Me (Let Me Know)   02:54  
06 Love Me Tender   02:29  
07 All Shook Up   01:17  
08 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel   02:20  
09 Help Me   02:38  
10 How Great Thou Art   02:46  
11 Burning Love   02:55  
12 Band Introductions   00:55  
13 Johnny B. Goode (by James Burton)   00:38  
14 Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt)   01:00  
15 Bass Solo (Jerry Scheff)   01:11  
16 Piano Solo (Glen D. Hardin)   01:38  
17 School Days   00:49  
18 My Boy   03:48  
19 T-R-O-U-B-L-E (with false start)   03:33  
20 Alfie (excerpt) / I'll Remember You   02:23  
21 The Wonder Of You   02:02  
22 Let Me Be There   02:38  
23 An American Trilogy   03:50  
24 Help Me Make It Through The Night   02:54  
25 Funny How Time Slips Away   02:35  
26 Can't Help Falling In Love     01:34  
27 Closing Vamp / Announcements   01:03  
Note:  Press notes:
Rainbow Records proudly presents a new CD set (two separate cds) called “Never-Ending Demand” Vol. 3 + Vol. 4,
featuring Elvis Presley´s complete performances of May 3, 1975 (Afternoon Show on Volume 3, Evening Show on Volume 4) at the Civic Center in Monroe/LA.
Both shows have not been released on cd so far and will be presented in real good sound for an audience recording.

Although the “King” had turned 40 in January 1975, it seemed like there was never-ending demand for Elvis.
Even during this tour (known as “Tour Number 13”) he had to play several shows in the same city to make people happy.
When the Colonel worked out the route for the tour, one of his rules was, that it didn‘t make sense to plan every day in advance.
He contacted the management of venues and gave his O.K. to start selling tickets. In case the tickets sold like fresh bread,
the management had the chance to ask for a second show, or if the demand was there, for a third one.

During this tour, Elvis played 2 shows in Tampa, FL; the demand in Lakeland caused him to play a total of three gigs
and to stay one more day than originally planned. Because of the huge demand in Atlanta where Elvis played three days in a row,
there was no space for additional shows in Murfreesboro on April 29th. That‘s the reason why the additional two shows had to be added
to the end of the tour which resulted in an unusual travel road for the showgroup.

The fans in Lake Charles, LA were fortunate enough to see two shows on one day and the fans in Monroe, LA were also blessed to see the Elvis show
twice that historical May 3, 1975.
And what the fans saw and heard this day was nothing less but great, as reporter J. P. Casey wrote in his May 4 “Monroe Morning World” article about the afternoon show:
“…when Presley really works at a number, such as How Great Thou Art, he is truly magnificent. And when he lets all the stops out on a number that has a good arrangement and full orchestra and backup vocals, such as Burning Love he is dynamite...”
Sound Sample:  All Shook Up
Concert:  Excellent show out of an excellent tour. Elvis and band were really rocking the South.  Great !!! (Ciscoking)