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Elvis - LOVE IN LAS VEGAS VOL.2 album mp3

Elvis - LOVE IN LAS VEGAS VOL.2 album mp3
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LOVE IN LAS VEGAS VOL.2
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Record One : Side 1/4 Record Two : Side 2/3. Recorded live at Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas July-August 1973. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores.

Elvis' first show in 1969 was July 31. There has not been a recording of this that has surfaced yet. Seems to be the Holy Grail in regards of Elvis concerts. Alot of the shows Elvis did in 1969 that were recorded are audience recorded and the dates on the bootlegged CDS are incorrect. This one seems to be the first show that was recorded. Re: 1969 Opening Night - 1st Show at Las Vegas. Hi All Elvis Fans (and Non Elvis Fans). There is a Recording (CD) of Elvis' 1st Show in 1968 - Here is the Details: Date: 31 Jul 1969 Time: 1. 5pm Venue: Las Vegas NV. Int. Hotel Tickets: 2,200 Costume: Black jumpsuit suit.

Elvis’ residency at the International Hotel followed his massively successful Comeback Special on NBC-TV in 1968, featuring Elvis for 29 nights and a total of 57 sold-out performances. The International Hotel boasted the biggest showroom in Vegas at the time, with a stage large enough for a 40-piece orchestra and capable of seating 2,000 (although 200 more were accommodated each night). The shows were considered to be a dazzling success by fans and critics alike. In addition to "Live in 1969," RCA/Legacy Recordings will release "American Sound 1969" digitally on August 23.

Live in Las Vegas is a four-disc box set by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released in July 2001 on RCA Records, catalogue 04-2. It comprises live recordings from shows given by Presley in Las Vegas through every decade of his career. Disc one comprises a complete show from August 24, 1969, and disc two a complete show from August 11, 1970.

Las Vegas, NV. Dressed in a chic black tunic and bell bottoms that matched his long but neatly combed black-tinted hair. Elvis Presley stepped onstage last week at the International Hotel in Las Vegas and launched into the driving beat of 'Blue Suede Shoes'. The audience of 2,000, most of them over 30, roared and squealed in nostalgic appreciation. I spite of his updated look, Elvis hadn't changed at all in the nearly nine years since his last personal appearance.