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Elvis: Like A Black Tornado

November 24, 2021 | Music

The UK  Memphis Recording Service label has announced a new "Fake Stereo" processed live release that should be out January 28, 2022.
Following on from the MRS sensational brand new 'September 1970' stereo release, this concert is previously released and has been out multiple times both on bootleg and on FTD.
It is of course a great show from 1971 and has never had mainstream release.
With soundboards seemingly in the EU 'Public Domain' after 50 years - perhaps because they are manipulated Stereo - we could be seeing more of these.
'Elvis Presley: Like A Black Tornado - Live At Boston Garden 1971' will be in similar 40-page packaging as recent MRS releases.
It will certainly be a nice treat for fans who have never been able to buy the concert previously.

Tracks: Also Sprach Zarathustra - That's All Right - I Got A Woman / Amen - Proud Mary - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Polk Salad Annie - Coming Home Baby (Instrumental) - Love Me - Heartbreak Hotel - Blue Suede Shoes - One Night - Hound Dog - How Great Thou Art (In Part) - Introductions (In Part) - I'm Leavin' - Bridge Over Troubled Water - I Can't Stop Loving You - Love Me Tender - Suspicious Minds - Coming Home Baby (Instrumental) - Funny How Time Slips Away - Can't Help Falling In Love.

Source:Elvis Information Network
wildfishie wrote on November 24, 2021
I liked MRS better when they released "the complete sessions" sets. The fake stereo trend is not very appealing to me.