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Sold Out 10

October 27, 2021 | Video

The Pyramid import label shared the cover-art for volume 10 in their 'Sold Out' 8mm fan-shot footage from the seventies DVD series. 

The double DVD set has late November 2021 as the release-date. No additional information available yet. 

Publicity stated: 'Sold Out volume 10' is something special. Ever since the inception of Pyramid, we’ve been inundated with requests to release a volume focusing on the final year. We all know that the last year was difficult for Elvis. And for those of us who love the man and his music, it’s still hard to see footage from some of those shows. But there were also those nights where he could pull it together and blow everybody away with the power and might of his voice: performances like 'How Great Thou Art', 'Fairytale' and 'Hurt' are a testament to that fact. 

'Sold Out volume 10' has plenty of those moments. And some truly great close-ups of the man giving his all on stage. One of the advantages of footage from the final year is that it’s often more complete, and indeed one of the shows on this release even clocks in at over 54 minutes. And there are various cool concert rarities including 'Funny How Time Slips Away' as the third song in the show, a solid 'Until It’s Time For You To Go', a neat 'Steamroller Blues', a back-to-the-basics 'That’s All Right Mama', and more.

There’s also plenty of light moments where he is in a playful mood, teasing Charlie and J.D., hiding behind Jerry, etc. And after years of hearing him make the ‘creeping crud’ joke, you can now finally seeS it. We’ve once again included several fascinating behind-the-scenes films, of Elvis in his penguin outfit, the band and singers arriving at a venue, fans waiting in line, shots of the Lisa Marie at night, etc. 

This is a release you can’t afford to miss. The liner notes were written by original backing vocalist Carol (Sonja) Montgomery, who provides a fresh perspective on the 'Nashville ’71' session where Elvis walked out. 

Packaged in a gorgeous digipack with various pix of The King in his Sundial suit, this gem of a release hits all the right spots! Order it today!

Source:Elvis Day By Day
Pachakuti! wrote on October 27, 2021
I don't remember the King performin' Until It's Time For You To Go in 1977. Anyone no more 'bout this?
PRESYER wrote on October 27, 2021
Can anyone please inform us of what 1977 concert date was this photo since Elvis gave around 40 concerts wearing this "Mexican Sundial" suit in 1977 ? I do appreciate having photo dates when possible. Thank you very much for your help and have a nice day.
wildfishie wrote on October 27, 2021
Until It's Time For You To Go - 3 times in 1976: 17, 19 and 20 of march. Those are the latest ones we know about. There's nothing documented about it being sung in 1977.
Stefan74 wrote on October 28, 2021
As far as I kbow this picture is from Chicago May 2nd. And I am pretty sure there is no version of Until It's Time For You To Go as I have every concert from 77 except June 17th and 22nd. So I guess they mean Charlotte 76 instead of 77.
Gorse2 wrote on October 28, 2021
Will be interested to access this one, especially when 1977 is mentioned. The best complete amateur performance I include is Little Sister from Binghamton May 26 and is far from perfect but passable. Chicago May 1 and May 2 have passable performances of some length but he is facing away from the camera. Lets hope there is something undiscovered or improved on what is out there on this DVD.
Slim1927 wrote on October 28, 2021
I have the (Boxcar) ''The Final Curtain'' box set and would like to know if the ''Sold Out-10'' set contains anything onstage that isn't already on mine? Many thanks in advance.