My, It's Been A Long Long Time | Greensboro Coliseum, June 30 1976 LP & CD


By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
November 2, 2019

Now available on vinyl: My, It's Been A Long Long Time, originally released in 1998 and featuring probably the best show of (already) the 5th tour of 1976. In total Elvis rocked the Greensboro Coliseum 5 times. Obviously most memorable is the April 14, 1972, performance which is considered to be one of his best performances. But more than 4 years later Elvis still delivered a high-quality show in Greensboro. (And the crowd goes wild!!!) 21 years after the original cd release it is time for a high-quality re-release of this fantastic performance. For the very first time this show is now available on a high-quality double vinyl set.

Although the original release was way above the standard soundboard sound quality, the show is newly remastered and updated in the best way possible! And it sounds amazing! This release is very limited and is available in RED or BLUE vinyl presented in a gatefold sleeve. And of course the show is included on cd too. Get it while you can and add this awesome Luxor product to your collection.

My, It's Been A Long Long Time | Greensboro Coliseum, June 30 1976 | Red Vinyl.

My, It's Been A Long Long Time | Greensboro Coliseum, June 30 1976 | Blue Vinyl

Side 1

Sweet Inspirations:
01 Sweet Inspiration
02 The Last Time I Saw Him
03 Introductions
04 Also Sprach Zarathustra
05 See See Rider
06. I Got A Woman/amen

Side 2

01. Monologue
02. Love Me
03. If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
04. You Gave Me A Mountain
05. All Shook Up/Teddy Bear/don't Be Cruel
06. And I Love You So

Side 3

01. Blue Suede Shoes
02. Fever
03. America, The Beautiful
04. Introductions
05. Early Mornin' Rain - John Wilkinson
06. What'd I Say - James Burton
07. Johnny B Goode - James Burton
08. Further Introductions

Drums: Ronnie Tutt
Bass: Jerry Scheff
Piano: Tony Brown
Electric Piano: David Briggs

Side 4

01. Love Letters
Charlie Hodge Introduction
Joe Guercio Orchestra
02. Hail Hail Rock N Roll
03. Love Me Tender
04. Hurt
05. Hurt
06. Funny How Time Slips Away
07. Hound Dog
08. Can't Help Falling In Love
09. Closing Vamp / Announcements

Compact Disc:

01 Sweet Inspiration (Sweet Inspirations)
02 The Last Time I Saw Him (Sweet Inspirations)
03 Introductions
04 Also Sprach Zarathustra
05 See See Rider
06. I Got A Woman/amen
07. Love Me
08 If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
09 You Gave Me A Mountain
10 All Shook Up/Teddy Bear/don't Be Cruel
11 And I Love You So
12 Blue Suede Shoes
13 Fever
14 America, The Beautiful
15 Introductions
16 Early Mornin' Rain - John Wilkinson
17 What'd I Say - James Burton
18 Johnny B Goode - James Burton
19 Further Introductions: Drums: Ronnie Tutt
20 Bass: Jerry Scheff
21 Piano: Tony Brown
22 Electric Piano: David Briggs
23 Love Letters
Charlie Hodge Introduction
Joe Guercio Orchestra
24 Hail Hail Rock N Roll
25 Love Me Tender
26 Hurt
27 Hurt
28 Funny How Time Slips Away
29 Hound Dog
30 Can't Help Falling In Love
31 Closing Vamp / Announcements

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