||Blue Suede Shoes (August 21, 1969 MS)
I Got A Woman (August 23, 1969 MS)
All Shook Up (August 21, 1969 MS)
Heartbreak Hotel (August 21, 1969 MS)
Jailhouse Rock / Don't Be Cruel (August 26, 1969 MS)
My Babe (August 26, 1969 DS)
Hound Dog (August 26, 1969 DS
Rubberneckin' (August 26, 1969 MS)
Mystery Train / Tiger Man (August 26, 1969 MS)
I Can't Stop Loving You (August 26, 1969 MS)
Baby What You Want Me To Do (August 22, 1969 MS)
Funny How Time Slips Away (August 22, 1969 MS)
Reconsider Baby (August 23, 1969 MS)
Runaway (August 26, 1969 MS)
Inherit The Wind (August 26, 1969 DS)
This Is The Story (August 26, 1969 MS)
In The Ghetto (August 23, 1969 MS)
Suspicious Minds (August 26, 1969 MS)
Can't Help Falling In Love (August 25, 1969 MS)
Memories (Bonus, August 3, 1969)
Are You Lonesome Tonight (August 3, 1969 DS)
What'd I Say (August 21, 1969 MS)
Words (August 25, 1969 DS)
Yesterday / Hey Jude (August 21, 1969 MS)
||Double LP set with attached CD. All songs were released before
on official CDs.|
MADISON is finally back!
This time to announce their first ever vinyl release titled ‘Vegas ’69 - This Is
The Story’ just in time for the 50th anniversary of these special shows.
Presented in a stunning double LP set, in three different colors (Clear, Gold,
and Red), and naturally on black vinyl.
You'll have the ultimate compilation of
this very special time in history, Mixed as one long show, hear Elvis sing his
heart out, with songs like My Babe, I Got A Woman, Reconsider Baby, Funny How
Time Slips Away, This Is The Story and many more!
As a bonus we added a CD in its own period cardboard sleeve, for those who like
to listen in their car or just for easy playback. This release will be an
exclusive limited edition of 200 copies of each color only!
Get them while you can!
In 1969 Elvis made his triumphant return to live performances following his
recent and successful TV special ‘Elvis’, nowadays better known as his ’68
Comeback’, in which we saw a Elvis that was unleashed and unplugged, singing his
guts out like a roaring tiger, the real Elvis was back after years of making
formula movies, Elvis returned with a passion that had been gone for quite some
The next step was Las Vegas, Nevada, Elvis would perform an almost month long
engagement from July 31st until August 28, In the city that he failed to win
over back in the 50’s. Obviously nervous, Elvis would be performing twice a day,
but would the audience accept him this time?
The answer is a definite yes! Elvis sold out show after show, and the audience
were ecstatic, with a new band selected by Elvis himself, and backing vocalists,
Elvis conquered Las Vegas, singing his older hits Jailhouse Rock, Don’t Be
Cruel, All Shook Up and Heartbreak Hotel but also recent hits like Suspicious
Minds and In The Ghetto, while also showing some of his roots by playing the
electric guitar, and performing select covers of artists and music styles that
inspired him. Elvis showed the audience that he was still as great as ever.