Track 22 was announced as Snowbird, undubbed master. This is wrong. Correct is
that we hear on track 22 take 1 with count-in of take 2.|
Also track 21 was edited. The producer of this CD inserted the coun-in of "Where
Did They Go Lord" (take 2).
Press info: With great pleasure GRAVELROAD MUSIC announces
the release of this excellent Show of 1971.
Deluxe Full color Digipack with 16-page booklet includes rare photos and
extensive liner notes. Also included a Special bonus gift; a reproduction of an
extremely rare two sided promo card this was only available in January –
February 1971 at the International Hotel.
The January 29, 1971 Dinner show at the International Hotel Las Vegas.
It hardly needs introduction; the set list is a well-balanced mix with an
A strong mix of his hits and fills the show with his latest recordings and
topping it of with par excellence covers of very popular recent top ten charts
hits like “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me, Sweet Caroline, You’ve Lost That
Loving Feeling, Polk Salad, Something, Snowbird”.
Even the closing of the show had a drastic change.
Making the performances of January /February 1971 by far the most energizing
starts of a Vegas Season.
The extra’s are a part of the Snowbird studio session with the unreleased
undubbed Master take 6 & a rare take of the vocal harmony overdub by Elvis.
As extra bonus we included a seven-minute telephone conversation, privately
taped in March/April 1971.
Elvis talks about recording sessions and performing in Las Vegas, his scary
International Hotel earthquake experience. (The California/Nevada area had a big
earthquake in February 1971).