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HOT LOVE IN A LONG, COLD WINTER - SA/SP 2013-13-02

St-Petersburg 14 février 1977 evening show et Columbia 18 février 1977 evening show
St-Petersburg Februar 14, 1977 evening show and Columbia Februar 18, 1977 evening show

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The new Straight Arrow release "Hot Love In A Long, Cold Winter", which contains the St. Petersburg and Columbia 1977 concerts from newly obtained original audience recorded cassettes which both have surprisingly good sound. The Elvis tour in February of that year was affected in various ways by the weather conditions, which sometimes resulted in delays at airports and illness among the musicians and crew members. Presley himself was in less than stellar condition, and complained of a sore throat on some nights. Elvis gained some weight since the last tour, and the manic feel of those final December nights was now gone, but from February 14, he was in good voice for all remaining shows of his tour, and he even included rarities like "Release Me" and "Blueberry Hill".

A large chunk of the February 14 show and 2 tracks from February 18 were released from a soundboard sources, but we feel that these audience recorded tapes makes for a more entertaining and exciting listening experience. Note: The February 18, 1977 show was released in 1992 ("ELVIS RELEASE ME IN CONCERT") by the Peaf label, which was taken from an inferior source. If you liked our previous outing, "Chicago Double-Strike", you will enjoy this new release, too.

CD 1 / Monday, February 14, 1977, St. Petersburg.
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. O Sole Mio (Sherrill Nielsen) / It's Now Or Never - 08. Guadalajara (one liner) / All Shook Up - 09. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 10. And I Love You So - 11. Fever - 12. My Way - 13. Introduction of vocalists, musicians - 14. Early Mornin' Rain 15. What'd I Say - 16. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 17. Bass Solo (Blues, Jerry Scheff) - 18. Piano Solo (Tony Brown) - 19. Blueberry Hill (with 2 false starts) - 20. Love Letters - 21. School Day - 22. Hurt - 23. Hound Dog - 24. Can't Help Falling In Love - 25. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

CD 2 / Friday, February 18, 1977, Columbia.
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Fairytale - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. Jailhouse Rock - 08. O Sole Mio (Sherrill Nielsen) / It's Now Or Never - 09. Tryin' To Get To You - 10. Little Sister - 11. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 12. Are You Lonesome Tonight - 13. That's All Right, Mama - 14. My Way (with break) - 15. Release Me - 16. Introduction of vocalists, musicians - 17. Early Mornin' Rain - 18. What'd I Say - 19. Johnny B. Goode - 20. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 21. Bass Solo #1 (Blues, Jerry Scheff) - 22. Bass Solo #2 (Battle Of New Orleans theme, Jerry Scheff) - 23. Piano Solo (Tony Brown) - 24. Love Letters - 25. School Day - 26. Hurt (with reprise) - 27. Introduction of Billy Smith and Jo Smith - 28. Can't Help Falling In Love - 29. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

Straight Arrow présente 2 shows de février 1977 complets, dont le 14 est inédit en sortie par un label. Le son est de bonne qualité, car le label a obtenu les 2 concerts d'après la bande d'origine enregistrées dans des conditions audience. Le 18 était déjà sorti sous le label Peaf, mais de qualité bien inférieure. Si vous avez aimé la précédente sortie au sujet des 2 shows de Chicago en 77, vous aimerez celle-ci.


SOUTHERN GYPSY MAGIC - SA/SP 2013-14-02

Asheville 23 juillet 1975 evening show
Asheville July 23, 1975 evening show

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Straight Arrow's double-digipak release "SOUTHERN GYSPY MAGIC", featuring the wild July 23, 1975 Asheville show, plus bonus rarities from July 22 and 24. The show was originally issued on a 1997 CD called "GYRATING ASHEVILLE." But recently, Straight Arrow obtained a superior tape source, one too good to be kept in the vaults: a recorder equipped with two microphones, so there is noticeable "ambience," due to the channel separation. And, for the first time, the show is presented complete, with no edits.

As spring turned to summer in 1975, Elvis spent June and July touring America's southeastern states, giving fans a memorable series of up-tempo performances, night after night. It would be the last time he would do so with any consistency. Asheville was the final city on his July 1975 tour, with three consecutive nights sold out at the newly-built Civic Center. The middle show on July 23, which makes up the core of this release, offers a number of unexpected inclusions like "Turn Around, Look At Me," "Shake A Hand" and "Promised Land," the Chuck Berry classic released on single the previous fall. Bonus selections include a July 22 performance of "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me" (possibly for the last time) and a rare version of "Memphis, Tennessee."

From July 24 is the only known live performance of "Pieces Of My Life." Yes, the complete July 24 show appeared on our 2005 debut, PIECES OF MY LIFE. However, instead of simply copying tracks from that disc, we chose to rework the first-generation tape from scratch, with even better results than eight years ago! The package is topped off with many beautiful images from July 23, plus a photo each from July 22 and 24. If you liked our other July 1975 tour outings, "PIECES OF MY LIFE" and "YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE", you will love this new 2CD-set, too. Do not miss the opportunity to own the ultimate release of Elvis' magical July 23, 1975 Asheville show.

CD 1: 01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Big Boss Man - 05. Love Me - 06. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 07. It's Midnight - 08. All Shook Up - 09. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 10. Hound Dog - 11. The Wonder Of You - 12. Turn Around, Look At Me - 13. Polk Salad Annie - 14. Introduction of singers, musicians, orchestra - 15. Johnny B. Goode (James Burton) - 16. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 17. Bass Solo (Jerry Scheff) - 18. Piano Solo (Glen Hardin) - 19. School Day (Joe Guercio Orchestra).

CD 2: 01. T-R-O-U-B-L-E - 02. Why Me Lord? - 03. How Great Thou Art - 04. Let Me Be There (w/ reprise) - 05. Shake A Hand - 06. Fairytale - 07. Introduction of Vernon- 08. Little Darlin' -09. Mystery Train / Tiger Man - 10. Funny How Times Slip Away (with reprise) - 11. It's Now Or Never - 12. Promised Land - 13. Can't Help Falling In Love - 14. Closing Vamp / announcements BONUS (July 22): 15. Why Me Lord? (Elvis solo) - 16. Shake A Hand (with false starts) - 17. Memphis, Tennessee (with false start) - 18. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me BONUS (July 24): 19. That's All Right - 20. Jailhouse Rock - 21. Something - 22. Return To Sender - 23. Wooden Heart - 24. Shake A Hand - 25. Pieces Of My Life.

Cette nouvelle sortie de 2 cds concernant un show de Asheville est le deuxième du label Straight Arrow, le précédent était sa première sortie label en 2005 pour le show du lendemain le 24. Il était déjà sortie en 1997 sous le titre "Gyrating Asheville", mais récemment, le label a pu obtenir une nouvelle source de qualité supérieure, d'après un enregistreur équipé de 2 micros, ce qui change l'ambiance provenant de la séparation des canaux audio. Le show est ainsi présenté pour la première fois de cette qualité et en entier. Les bonus présentent une partie du show de la veille le 22, avec notamment la dernière interprétation de "Memphis, Tennessee" par Elvis sur scène.


TO LIVE AND DIE IN DIXIE - SA/SP 2013-15-02

Las Vegas 19 février 1972 dinner show et midnight show
Las Vegas February 19, 1972 dinner show and midnight show

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The new Straight Arrow's double-digipak release "TO LIVE AND DIE IN DIXIE", featuring the February 19, 1972 Dinner and Midnight performances. This 6th Las Vegas season has been somewhat overlooked by bootleggers, mainly due to the below-par sound quality of the audience recorded tapes available. The last few years, the Straight Arrow team has been looking for good sounding amateur recordings from this particular season, and we are pleased to announced that we finally succeeded in locating two very good tapes obtained directly from the person who recorded them.

Most of the fans know that this is the engagement where Priscilla told Elvis that she was leaving him. Very little else seems to stand out for the casual observer. In many ways that's a pity, because this engagement is crucial on a number of levels. Firstly, because it represented a return to form. The early '72 Vegas shows surprised both the critics and fans because of Elvis' serious commitment to his music and his no-nonsense delivery. These shows marked also the first time that he performed the now-legendary "Theme 2001" / "C. C. Rider" opening, plus he also introduces various new songs to the show that are now widely considered as his finest show additions from the 70s, including "A Big Hunk O'Love", "You Gave Me A Mountain", "Never Been To Spain", "I'll Remember You" and "An American Trilogy". Actually, the best-ever versions of "Trilogy" are from this engagement!

As a bonus, we added the only known live-performance of "I'm Leaving It All Up To You" from the February 10th, 1972 Midnight show.

Both shows are strong and focused and they give the listener a good impression of Elvis' renewed interest in his music and his stage performances. These concerts are previously unreleased and they are presented in their complete form and in the best possible sound quality.

Tracks:
CD 1 / Saturday, February 19, 1972 Dinner Show 01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. Proud Mary - 04. Never Been To Spain - 05. You Gave Me A Mountain - 06. Until It's Time For You To Go - 07. Polk Salad Annie - 08. Love Me - 09. All Shook Up - 10. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 11. Hound Dog - 12. A Big Hunk O'Love - 13. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 14. Suspicious Minds - 15. Introduction of singers, musicians, orchestra - 16. Introduction of LA radio DJ Robert W. Morgan - 17. An American Trilogy - 18. Can't Help Falling In Love - 19. Closing Vamp.

CD 2 / Saturday, February 19, 1972 Midnight Show 01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. Proud Mary - 04. Never Been To Spain - 05. You Gave Me A Mountain - 06. Until It's Time For You To Go - 07. Polk Salad Annie - 08. Love Me - 09. All Shook Up - 10. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 11. Hound Dog - 12. A Big Hunk O'Love - 13. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 14. Suspicious Minds - 15. Introduction of singers, musicians, orchestra - 16. Introduction of actor Chill Wills - 17. An American Trilogy - 18. Can't Help Falling In Love - 19. Closing Vamp.
Bonus (February 10, 1972 Midnight Show):
20. I'm Leaving It All Up To You.

Avec cette nouvelle réalisation, Straight Arrow présente un double cd des 2 shows du 19 février 1972 dinner et midnight. Le son est de très bonne qualité pour ces 2 concerts inédits encore jamais sortis sous un label. Les bandes ont été obtenues directement auprès de la personne même qui les a enregistré à l'époque. En bonus, a été ajoutée la seule performance connue de la chanson "I'm leavin' it all up to you" du 10 février 1972 midnight show.


TANYA FOR DINNER - SA/SP 2013-16-02

Las Vegas 28 mars 1975 dinner show
Las Vegas March 28, 1975 dinner show

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New Straight Arrow digipak release, "TANYA FOR DINNER", featuring the March 28, 1975 dinner performance.

Elvis hits the ground running with his usual openers, and keeps the energy up and pacing crisp throughout. New covers like "And I Love You So" -- taped in Los Angeles just a few weeks earlier -- are bright. Even the jokes are chipper, such as his lyric change to "I want a little drink of brandy" during "Big Boss Man," a tiny rib at stage assistant Charlie Hodge. Listen for outstanding renditions of "It's Midnight" and "I'm Leavin'" and a warm introduction of teenaged country singing sensation, Tanya Tucker. The audience recording is previously unreleased from a recently-discovered source. The quality is very good, from start to finish, save a brief segment during band introductions, where a secondary source is used to fill in a missing portion.

Tracks:
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C.C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 06. And I Love You So - 07. Big Boss Man - 08. It's Midnight - 09. Help Me (w/ two false starts) - 10. I'm Leavin' - 11. Introduction of vocalists, musicians - 12. What'd I Say (James Burton) - 13. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 14. Bass Solo (Duke Bardwell) - 15. Piano Solo (Glen D. Hardin) - 16. Electric Piano and Clavinet Solo (David Briggs) - 17. School Day (Joe Guercio Orchestra) - 18. Introduction of Tanya Tucker - 19. My Boy - 20. I'll Remember You - 21. Let Me Be There (w/ reprise) - 22. Heartbreak Hotel - 23. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 24. Elvis Chats With Audience - 25. Can't Help Falling In Love - 26. Closing Vamp.

Elvis présente à ce concert notamment sa nouvelle chanson "And I love you so", et présente Tanya Tucker présente dans la salle ce soir-là. L'enregistrement provient d'une source nouvellement découverte. La qualité est très bonne, du début à la fin, seule une partie des présentations des musiciens provient d'une source secondaire pour la portion manquante.


LOSIN' OUT IN VEGAS - SA/SP 2013-17-02

Las Vegas 5 décembre 1976 one show
Las Vegas December 5, 1976 one show

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All die-hard fans know that Elvis' last Las Vegas season was an up & down experience. After a strong Dec. 2nd opening night, followed by 4 solid shows on Dec. 3 & 4, he gave a different kind of concert. Perhaps it was his first partial "sit-down" show, since the famous June 1968 one.

An English super-fan Jennet was there and here are excerpts from her memories:
"The first indication that something unusual was afoot was when, during Jackie Kahane's comedy routine, Charlie Hodge called out to him from the wings. Kahane made a jokey comment about Elvis spraining his ankle after falling off his wallet, and would be starting his show a little late. Eventually Charlie appeared and explained that Elvis had sprained his ankle, hence the delay.

Following "C. C. Rider", Elvis made his apologies, stressing that he had twisted his ankle, in case there were any doubters. There were sorne changes to his song list. "I did a song called 'Are You Lonesome Tonight'", he said, adding humorously, "And did you sprain your ankle the day before?" He asked for a chair and water and crutch, and finally Charlie brought a chair onstage. He settled himself on the chair and Charlie held a microphone to Elvis' guitar.

Some of the crowd further back in the showroom were getting impatient and began a slow handclap. "They got a tap dance going back there," remarked Elvis, but the banter ceased and he at last returned to the job in hand - singing - to do a request for "Sweet Caroline", trying to recall the lyrics He got up off his chair during this song, and it was later taken off stage.

A diverse selection of tunes was proof that Elvis had 'something for everybody': his versatility was underlined when he performed the emotional "You Gave Me A Mountain", following on with a short, raucous "Jailhouse Rock", the Neapolitan-flavoured "It's Now Or Never", the '55 Sun classic 'Tryin' To Get To You", and a throwaway "Blue Suede Shoes". Then, "Fever" was, frankly, sexy (even with Elvis' restricted leg-twitching), while "America" was proudly, patriotically performed.

As per usual this season, the King's powerhouse delivery of "Hurt" was a show highlight. The ankle injury may have curtailed some of the leg action, but the quality of Elvis' voice was undiminished. Although he tore through "Hound Dog", his committed performance of "How Great Thou Art" was another high point in the show, and featured the Stamps Quartet."

Most of us know the review by Ger Rijff, which was fairly harsh. Opinions differ on this show, and this CD enables you to judge it for yourself. This CD is taken directly from an original audience master tape and itís complete. Sound quality is very good for an audience recording. Previous CD release ed "PRESLEY AT THE HILTON" (1994) was of inferior sound, missing some dialogues, "Blue Suede Shoes" and a major chunk of "Fever".

This special release is presented in de-luxe digipak accompanied by a 24-page booklet filled with previously unseen photos from December 1976 as well as liner notes written by the English super-fan, who taped the show. Do not miss this unique opportunity to get the ultimate release of this unusual show!

Tracks:
01. Announcement by Charlie Hodge - 02. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 03. C. C. Rider - 04. I Got A Woman / Amen - 05. Blue Christmas - 06. That's All Right, Mama - 07. Are You Lonesome Tonight - 08. Dialogue about numerology and black diamond, Elvis birthstone - 09. Sweet Caroline (with false start) - 10. You Gave Me A Mountain - 11. Jailhouse Rock - 12. O Sole Mio (Sherrill Nielsen) / It's Now Or Never - 13. Tryin' To Get To You - 14. Blue Suede Shoes - 15. Fever - 16. America The Beautiful - 17. Band Introductions - 18. Early Morning Rain (John Wilkinson) - 19. What'd I Say (James Burton) - 20. Johnny B. Goode (James Burton) - 21. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 22. Bass Solo (Blues, Jerry Scheff) - 23. Piano Solo (Tony Brown) - 24. Electric Piano and Clavinet Solo (David Briggs) - 25. Love Letters - 26. School Day (Joe Guercio Orchestra) - 27. Hurt - 28. Hound Dog - 29. Introduction of Vernon and Lisa Marie Presley - 30. How Great Thou Art - 31. Can't Help Falling In Love - 32. Closing Vamp.

Tous les fans connaissent la dernière saison de Vegas d'Elvis. Après de très bons concerts les 2, 3 et 4 décembre, il a donné un concert différent le soir du 5, peut-être que c'est son premier show assis partiel depuis ceux de juin 1968. Un fan anglais a noté dans ses mémoires que lors du tour de Jackie Kahane, Charlie Hodge l'appella dans les coulisses, pour lui dire qu'Elvis s'était foulé la cheville. et qu'il commencerait son show un peu plus tard. Charlie apparut ensuite sur scène pour l'expliquer au public. Elvis donna une bonne partie de son concert assis à cause de cet accident.

La bande de ce show provient donc du master d'origine, et permet d'avoir la meilleure qualité possible. Le show a déjà été édité 2 fois précédemment ; l'une sous le titre "Presley at the Hilton" en 1994, dans une qualité inférieure, et avec des manques dans les dialogues, ainsi que "Blue suede shoes", et une partie de "Fever". Plus tard, un autre label (Back to front) a édité ce concert, en très petite quantité, il était plus complet, mais toujours de qualité inférieure à la source incluse dans la sortie Straight Arrow.


LIVING FROM DAY TO DAY CHASING A DREAM - SA/SP 2013-18-02

Las Vegas 22 février 1973 dinner show et midnight show
Las Vegas February 22, 1973 dinner show and midnight show

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From "booth tapes" volume 1.
This is the new Straight Arrow's double-digipak release "LIVING FROM DAY TO DAY, CHASING A DREAM", featuring the February 22, 1973 Dinner and Midnight performances plus a bonus: the majority of the February 21, 1973 Dinner show. All 3 shows are taken from original "booth recordings", taped by the same person. The sound quality is far superior to the usual audience recordings. Ask your local dealer for samples! The general wisdom about the January / February 1973 engagement is that Elvis was depressed about returning to Las Vegas following the great high of "Aloha From Hawaii". In a way itís interesting that this viewpoint has become so widely accepted, because there is precious little evidence for it. Elvis did have to cancel a few shows due to a nasty throat infection, but most people that work in the music business will tell you that these things happen. Elvis had similar problems during the January / February 1970 engagement, which is widely regarded as one of his best. The unreleased booth tape recordings as featured on this release provide us with an interesting insight into this engagement. Both complete tapes are quite crisp, really fresh-sounding and dynamic, and they are an excellent representation of the two shows that he performed in Vegas on February 22, 1973. Granted, he is not firing on all cylinders, possibly due to his throat infection, but other than that heís singing well and the shows themselves have a lovely feel to them, warm and very personal. It's been said that "I'm Leavin'" was one of his favourites, and indeed he performs it brilliantly here, 3 times, bringing life to the world-weary lyrics. As a bonus, Audionics added a part of the February 21 Dinner Show. There were some audio problems on some of the tracks, so they decided to just include the best parts of the show as an extra on this release.

Note: the February 22, 1973 M/S was released (by the "Showroom" label, "Back In The Desert" CD, 2012) from an inferior audience recorded source. This CD has nothing to do with Straight Arrow's "booth tape" version. Unfortunately, the person who recorded Feb. 22, 1973 M/S stopped his recorder during Jackie Kahane's pre-program and switched it on only near the end of "C. C. Rider". Instead of splicing the "booth tape" with the substandard audience recorded version of the same show, Audionics decided to use beginning of February 21, 1973 Dinner Show to fill the missing part.

Tracklist:
CD1 - Thursday, February 22, 1973 Dinner Show 01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Love Me Tender (with false start) - 05. You Donít Have To Say You Love Me - 06. Steamroller Blues - 07. You Gave Me A Mountain - 08. Fever / Iíll Take You Home Again Kathleen (one line) - 09. Love Me - 10. Blue Suede Shoes - 11. Iím Leavinë - 12. Hound Dog - 13. What Now My Love - 14. Suspicious Minds - 15. Introduction of vocalists, musicians, orchestra - 16. I'll Remember You (with false start) - 17. I Can't Stop Loving You - 18. An American Trilogy (with reprise) - 19. Can't Help Falling In Love - 20. Closing Vamp / Announcements / fan chat.

Bonus (Wednesday, February 21, 1973 Dinner Show):
21. I Got A Woman / Amen - 22. Love Me Tender (with false start) - 23. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - 24. Steamroller Blues - 25. You Gave Me A Mountain - 26. Fever.

CD2 - Thursday, February 22, 1973 Midnight Show
01. Part of pre-program by Jackie Kahane - 02. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra* - 03. C. C. Rider (spliced*) - 04. I Got A Woman / Amen - 05. Love Me Tender (with false start) - 06. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - 07. Steamroller Blues - 08. You Gave Me A Mountain - 09. Fever - 10. Love Me - 11. Blue Suede Shoes - 12. I'm Leavin' - 13. Hound Dog - 14. What Now My Love - 15. Suspicious Minds - 16. Introduction of vocalists, musicians, orchestra - 17. I'll Remember You - 18. I Can't Stop Loving You - 19. An American Trilogy - 20. Can't Help Falling In Love - 21. Closing Vamp / Announcements / fan chat. *taken from February 21, 1973 Dinner Show.

Bonus (Wednesday, February 21, 1973 Dinner Show continues):
22. Love Me - 23. Blue Suede Shoes - 24. I'm Leavin' - 25. Hound Dog - 26. What Now My Love (with false start and reprise) - 27. Suspicious Minds.

Nouvelle sortie de Straight Arrow en double cd, qui nous présente les 2 concerts du 22 février 1973, ainsi qu'une partie du 21 dinner, qui était prévu il y a quelques années en sortie, mais ceci n'a pas pû se faire, du fait de plusieurs problèmes techniques au sujet de la bande de ce dernier. Il est donc représenté ici par quelques chansons qui pouvaient être écoutables en bonus de cette sortie. La qualité de ces 3 shows provient des bandes d'origine, pour un son de très bonne qualité.

Le midnight show du 22 était déjà sorti en 2012 sous le titre "Back in the desert" (Audionics) dans une qualité inférieure, et la personne qui avait enregistré la bande avait arrêté pendant la performance de Jackie Kahane, pour ne reprendre qu'à la fin de "C.C. Rider", le label Audionic avait donc décidé d'utiliser le début du 21 février 1973 dinner show pour complet la partie manquante.


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