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Elvis Presley - The Burbank Sessions Vol. 2 : June 29, 1968 FLAC album

Tracklist

June 29, 1968, 6 P.M. Show
A1 Intro & Dialogue
A2 Heartbreak Hotel/One Night
A3 Medley
A3a Heartbreak Hotel
A3b Hound Dog
A3c All Shook Up
A4 Can't Help Falling In Love
A5 Jailhouse Rock
A6 Don't Be Cruel
A7 Blue Suede Shoes
B1 Love Me Tender
B2 Dialogue
B3 Trouble
B4 Dialogue
B5 Baby, What You Want Me To Do
B6 If I Can Dream
June 29, 1968, 8 P.M. Show
C1 Intro & Dialogue
C2 Medley
C2a Heartbreak Hotel
C2b Hound Dog
C2c All Shook Up
C3 Can't Help Falling In Love
C4 Jailhouse Rock
C5 Don't Be Cruel
C6 Blue Suede Shoes
C7 Love Me Tender
D1 Dialogue
D2 Trouble No. 1
D3 Dialogue
D4 Trouble/Guitar Man
D5 Dialogue
D6 Trouble/Guitar Man
D7 Dialogue
D8 If I Can Dream

Elvis Presley - The Burbank Sessions Vol. 2 : June 29, 1968 FLAC album

Musician performer: Elvis Presley

Title: The Burbank Sessions Vol. 2 : June 29, 1968

Date of release: 1978

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1374 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 132

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Dddasuk
Some, presumably earliest, copies of this 2LP included an envelope containing a reproduction ticket to the both the 6pm and 8pm performances, which the musical content is sourced from. Very good sound quality for an unofficial LP from the late 70s. The performances are historical. These are the sit-down, boxing ring performances that brought Elvis Presley back from teen-aged dollar drive-in movie obscurity back to the serious artist Elvis was capable of being. We're so fortunate to have Elvis' career re-birth captured in such good audio & visual glory. Available officially, in a variety of formats, but this bootleg title is an attractive piece and from a period in music industry history when RCA just wasn't aware of (or willing to satisfy) a market that still exists a couple generations later. A nice, quiet pressing too.
Dddasuk
Some, presumably earliest, copies of this 2LP included an envelope containing a reproduction ticket to the both the 6pm and 8pm performances, which the musical content is sourced from. Very good sound quality for an unofficial LP from the late 70s. The performances are historical. These are the sit-down, boxing ring performances that brought Elvis Presley back from teen-aged dollar drive-in movie obscurity back to the serious artist Elvis was capable of being. We're so fortunate to have Elvis' career re-birth captured in such good audio & visual glory. Available officially, in a variety of formats, but this bootleg title is an attractive piece and from a period in music industry history when RCA just wasn't aware of (or willing to satisfy) a market that still exists a couple generations later. A nice, quiet pressing too.