Reflections of the 70's CD

By: Elvis Australia
Source: Various
February 21, 2007 - 9:12:00 AM
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Reflections of The 70's
Reflections of The 70's
The CD Reflections of the 70's will be released soon. The CD contains 57 tracks and includes a message to his fans in Europe, Australia and Japan, along with two press conferences, radio interviews, telephone conversations, stories from friends, on stage and backstage recordings.

- All with improved sound quality
- 8 Pages illustrated booklet

1. Introduction (Las Vegas . August 11, 1970) Press conference at the Astroworld (Houston . February 27, 1970) 2. Introduction 3. Elvis style 4. Films 5. Country music 6. The sound of today 7. Back on stage 8. Mr. Vernon Presley 9. Elvis outfit 10. The man behind the image 11. Official badge 12. Arlene Cogan calling Elvis (phone conversation . early 1970) 13. Bob Dylan impersonation (Las Vegas . September 5, 1970, midnight show) 14. The Jaycees Speech* (Memphis . January 16, 1971) 15. Ron Pietrafese calling Elvis (phone conversation . early April, 1971) 16. New York Hilton press conference (New York . June 9, 1972 . edited version from 'This Is Elvis' soundtrack) 17. Las Vegas Hilton press conference (Las Vegas. September 5, 1972) The Aloha press conference (Honolulu . November 20, 1972) 18. Introduction 19. Retirement at the peak of his career? A long way to go 20. Intensions for coming to Japan 21. About the Japanese fans coming to Las Vegas & Hawaii 22. Gospel music 23. About the Satellite program 24. Thanks to Elvis & The Colonel 25. Radio interview: Elvis arrives and greets fans (Honolulu January 9, 1973) 26. A message to his Australian fans (Australian radio 1973) 27. A message to his European fans (Las Vegas . 1973) 28. Inside Elvis' suit at the Hilton #1 (Las Vegas . August 9, 1973) 29. Questions from fans (DJ Tony Prince talks with Elvis . Summer 1973) 30. Fun at the Thompson home (Memphis . November 1973) 31. Rehearsing at the Stax (Memphis . December 10, 1973) 32. Inside Elvis' suit at the Hilton #2 (Las Vegas . January 30, 1974) 33. About John O'Grady, his book & the paternity suit (Las Vegas September 2, 1974) 34. Tabloids and movie magazines (Las Vegas . September 2, 1974) 35. Translating Little Darlin' (Houston June 5, 1975) 36. Sing Fever? (Jackson . June 8, 1975) 37. Attending the Memphis Grizzlies' 2nd football game (Memphis . August 9, 1975) 38. Surprised by the 'Sun Sessions' LP (Las Vegas . December 13, 1975, dinner show) Tour-end party (Memphis July 5, 1976. Elvis did not attend) Producer Felton Jarvis imitates Elvis, a special act with comedian Jackie Kahana. 39. Opening 40. Welcome 'Elvis' 41. J.D. Sumner 42. Joe Guercio 43. Sound System 44. His band 45. Dr. Nick 46. Joe Esposito 47. Red & Sonny West 48. Dave Hebler & Dick Grob 49. Lamar Fike 50. David & Rick Stanley 51. Al Strada 52. Thanks 'Elvis' 53. Comments from the Pershing Municipal Auditorium manager (June 20, 1977) 54. Backstage with the Mayor of Rapid City (Rapid City . June 21, 1977) 55. Scuffle on stage! (John Wilkinson talks to Wink Martindale. September 1977) 56. Comedian Jackie Kahana speaks out (Jim Neighbors TV show . 1978) 57. One year after: Carol Channing presents Elvis (introduction only. 1978)

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