Label: Wonderland Records - WLR-2124 • Format: 3x, CD DVD Box Set Compilation, Unofficial Release • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Ballad, Rock & Roll
Elvis performed at the Seattle Coliseum on April 26, before 14, fans. This concert was the second to last for this tour before opening season number five in Lake Tahoe from April 30 to May 9, Close to the tape recorder are two girls who, as the concert progresses, add another dimension to this Elvis concert.
Unfortunately one disadvantage with a lot of soundboard recordings, and RCA releases for that matter, is the lack of audience participation to be heard. Obviously this was a major part of any Elvis Presley concert. But when one has the opportunity to hear the pandemonium that occurred during Elvis' concerts just Confesión Antes De Morir - Prisionero13 - Reporte De Guerra at Teddy Bear from Omaha, June 19, seen in Elvis In Concert you can't help Orchestra Solo - Elvis Presley - Elvis In Concert Final Performances 1977 get caught up in the atmosphere.
However, I am always interested to hear the spontaneous comments and reactions from fans whilst they attended these concerts. Unlike the comments heard during the audience recording of the Lincoln, June 20, concert, these aforementioned girls provide the listener with as much information simply with their squeals and giggles as would CocoRosie - Heartache City words.
La Melodia - Vibing High many cases, their reactions indicate what Elvis was doing, whether he be joking around, or performing his stage antics. Anyway, Duke! Elvis sounds alert and pronounces his words quite clearly. See See Rider is played at a fairly fast pace, and Elvis lets out a "Yeaaaaahhhhhh" as James Burton starts his instrumentals.
The audience is completely swept up in the atmosphere. As Elvis does his foot slides and tells Ronnie to beat the drums three and four times. All the while the girls scream in ecstasy. Thank you very much lots of screams and giggles. Well, well, well, welllllllllll. Give me a chord, James! Well well welllllll bass voice. Well that's it! The throngs of fans scream "Nooooooo"! The Sweet Inspirations come across well with their "do, do do" Orchestra Solo - Elvis Presley - Elvis In Concert Final Performances 1977 up.
Elvis adds the lyrics; "I got a woman, who starts out early". He leads the song into a medley with AMEN as usual, and asks the audience to sing along with him and for the band to "take it up half a step". The end of Amen brings plenty of bumps and grinds from Elvis, and even more screams and wolf whistles from the fans.
Elvis rocks the Coliseum with his short "strip routine". If there was ever a showman who could rev an audience up, it was Elvis Presley. The audience scream as Elvis lowers himself with out stretched arms; his guitar slung across his Второй ад Вертера - Caprice - Зеркало as JD's voice falls four notes off the piano scale causing the speakers to feed back with overload.
He can do it better than that. He's the world's lowest bass singer, and in fact he's one of the lowest people I've ever met! No, I'm only kidding. But really, he can do it better than that". Elvis sings a quick verse of Amen as though he is in a hurry, and the band Vou Fazer-me De Surda - Djamila Delves - So Mais Eu not accompany him.
The fans laugh at Elvis' little ditty, then JD performs his act for a second time, and the crowd roar their approval, whilst the two girls recording the show continue their little girl giggles.
Even on this recording, the shear power of JD's voice can be heard causing a reverb in my speakers. She'' good to me! Yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhh whoa! Well let's see. My guitar strap came undone this would also happen in Hollywood on February 12, prompting Elvis to tear it from the neck of his guitar and fling it into the audience. Despite these being the worst photos of Elvis Presley to ever be published, he was very energetic this night as video footage proves.
My shirt's come undone the audience scream at this comment. That's about all I can afford to undo! Good, good evening ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the show. Ok, I'll turn around" Elvis says obliging his adoring fans' requests who are seated in the bleachers behind the orchestra.
Once the applause dies down, Elvis continues, "Ah, we hope you enjoy the show this evening. We're gonna do lots, we're gonna do a lot of songs. New ones, old ones, and in between. Future, past. And we hope you enjoy yourselves, so just. You know, the council man who said to stay in your seats and just sit there, yeah blah blah, blah" Elvis says slurringly in a fashion that completely indicates to the audience to ignore the requests of the auditorium officials.
The crowd roars with agreement. It's just that if it gets too wild I may not be here see, hahahaha. Yeah, I'll definitely come up in the balcony" Elvis teases his fans who have been screaming for his attention all night so far.
As the applause nearly raises the roof of the entertainment centre, Elvis starts singing, "Treaaaaaat me like a fool. Firstly, Elvis knew the words back to front and obviously did not have to concentrate whilst winding the fans up with hand shakes, scarves, and kisses.
Right in the middle of the song after much kidding, Elvis really does lose his concentration. Just as he sings, ". The fans don't care. One of the giggly girls recording tonight's concert yells her approval,"Oh yeah, Allllvis". She sounds like bit of a hick, actually! Quite an inspired performance, the fans scream continually.
This version ranks as one of the best ones available. As Elvis shakes his microphone in time with the drum beats between verses, the girls let out adoring - you got it - giggles! Perhaps the only downer no pun intended for this version are the screeching trumpets during the chorus. However, this Seattle audience enjoyed this song.
This time Tony Brown's piano is used instead, which makes for a nice change. A fan at the edge of the stage can be heard yelling, "Give me a scarf". Elvis sounds very clear and fresh in this song after an almost two year absence from his set other than a couple of performances. This version is still being performed in the same arrangement as was done in with the only change being the introduction and the prominent piano.
A little slower than in previous Lonesome 7-7203 - Roy Drusky - Roy Drusky. This version still only clocks in at one minute and three seconds. Judging Orchestra Solo - Elvis Presley - Elvis In Concert Final Performances 1977 the screams, Elvis is taking advantage of his scarf throwing talent he has developed in recent years.
Elvis ends the song with a bluesy, "Whoa ho ho ho, whoa ho hoooooe. Thank you ladies and gentlemen. You know back there all I can I see is just one huge pair of binoculars. It looks like a bunch of frogs! I love you too dear but I can't do anything about it.
This next song. Oh, in case you're wondering why my fingers are taped up, is to keep you from stealin' my rings when I shake hands the fans laugh. Oh Lord" Elvis says to himself in a Orchestra Solo - Elvis Presley - Elvis In Concert Final Performances 1977 that suggests he's acknowledging to himself that he is surrounded by crazy people.
I have to make an announcement. If you act right, if you can appreciate this everybody gets a Cadillac when the show's over! I come into town and you've never seen so many nice policemen in your lives, hahaha" Elvis boasts of his security. Elvis sinks his teeth into this version. This version also ranks amongst one of the best versions available. Elvis turns to his band and says; "Do My Way". Elvis makes no reference to reading from a lyric sheet, and it is quite possible he is reading the words from the music stand next to Charlie Hodge as he did in the Aloha special.
During the line, "I faced it all" Elvis adds, "And I went bald, ur, stood tall". The audience laughs at Orchestra Solo - Elvis Presley - Elvis In Concert Final Performances 1977 joke. For the second verse Elvis gets the giggles and tells Charlie to shut up. Elvis continues his antics with, "Oh what is a man? What has he got?
If not his ring, then he has not, hahaha". An otherwise strong and well performed version, Elvis unfortunately ruined this song, although the fans lapped it up.
I changed a few of the words around. But you know, the overall meaning was there" Elvis turns to Jerry Scheff and says, "Take it on". Elvis performs with much energy, and complements the feel of the song with a vicious tone in his voice.
Elvis winds the audience up with lots of movements at the conclusion of this song, but before he finishes, he does his leg stretch from right to left, then finishes a brilliant performance.
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