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Toledo Saturday Night

Toledo Saturday Night April 23, 1977 - Elvis Presley Bootleg CD  Toledo Saturday Night April 23, 1977 - Elvis Presley Bootleg CD

 
Title: Toledo Saturday Night April 23, 1977
Label: Matrix Recordings
Label Number: none
Release Date: 2020
Recording Type: Live recordings
Location: Toledo / Ohio
Date: April 23 - 1977, Evening Show
Sound: Various (mixed)
 Track Listing: 
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Also Sprach Zarathustra *
See See Rider *
I Got A Woman / Amen *
Love Me *
If You Love Me (Let Me Know) *
You Gave Me A Mountain (including false start) *
Jailhouse Rock *
O Sole Mio (Sherrill Nielsen solo) **
It's Now Or Never **
Little Sister **
Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel **
And I Love You So **
Fever **
Polk Salad Annie **
My Way **
Band Introductions **/*
Early Morning Rain *
What'd I Say *
Johnny B. Goode *
Ronnie Tutt solo *
Jerry Scheff solo *
Tony Brown solo *
Bobby Ogdin solo *
Introductions
School Days **
Hurt **
Hound Dog **
Can't Help Falling In Love **
Closing Vamp **/*
Announcement *

My Way (bonus track, from stereo source)
  01:24
04:19
05:49
02:19
02:55
03:36
01:50
01:04
02:54
01:53
02:21
03:21
02:58
04:27
04:00
01:51
02:22
00:55
00:53
01:59
01:32
01:04
00:57
00:18
01:01
02:06
02:19
01:40
01:21
00:48

04:04
         
 
Note:

* Audience / ** Audience Soundboard

3 panel digipak release!
Toledo Saturday Night April 23, 1977 - Elvis Presley Bootleg CD


Announcement:
Toledo Saturday Night April 23, 1977 - Elvis Presley Bootleg CD

Let's first explain the phenomenon "Matrix Recording".
A Matrix recording mix is a cunning mix of soundboard / multitrack recordings with audience recordings.
Sometimes soundboard recordings can sound dull. The main reason for this is that the sound engineer probably wanted to catch one particular aspect of the performance.
This can be the singing voice of the artist, or one of the instruments. These soundboard recordings can miss a lot of the ambiance that the spectators were experiencing.
An audience recording mostly never sounds dull but the quality of the singing voice of the artist is obviously of lesser sound quality.
But mixing these two creates a whole new magic. Now you can enjoy the shows as if you were there!

Concert:Partially released before in soundboard quality on  "Goodbye Memphis" See comments there.
The complete concert was published before in audience sound quality on "The Toledoan Balladeer".