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Welcome To ENN - Review Of A Damn Fine Show
A DAMN FINE SHOW    Vicky 2075 

40:38 minutes

Jacksonville, Fl. April 25 1975
01. Love Me
02. If You Love Me
03. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
04. Big Boss Man
05. It's Midnight
06. Burning Love
07. Introductions/What'd I Say/School Days
08. My Boy
09. T.R.O.U.B.L.E
10. I'll Remember You
11. Let Me Be There
12. American Trilogy
13. Funny How Time Slips Away

I'm not quite sure if I'd call this 'A Damn Fine Show' or 'A Damn Fine CD' ? Anyway, it's a great sounding disc, this soundboard from 1975.
The cover, I'm sure Vicky used Fort Baxter as an example, is very nice, although the pictures are not in one line with the music.
I noticed Elvis was much more inspired in this tour, than other tours form the same year, as I experienced by listening to other soundboards.
This is clearly noticeable by the many rare songs that were on the song list. We're treated on rare rarities like "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me" and "I'll Remember You" (both quite unique in 1975) and also very good performances of "Big Boss Man", "It's Midnight" and "My Boy".
It's fair to say that his exhaustion comes up once and a while, but the musical fun is clearly above all. The humor in this show is again very good, when Elvis pursues Kathy Westmoreland to give a kiss and a scarf to a male fan.
I'm not sure if it's a good thing to compare this release with earlier Cd's from the Vicky label, but that cannot spoil our fun here. What do you want more? It's a good show, a nice booklet, good sound. Okay, a complete sure would be nice next time. "A Damn Fine CD" indeed.
by Taildragger.

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