Elvis Presley ‎– From Memphis To Vegas / From Vegas To Memphis

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RCA Victor ‎– LSP-6020
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Elvis In Person At The International Hotel Las Vegas, Nevada
A1 Blue Suede Shoes
Written-By – Carl Lee Perkins*
1:56
A2 Johnny B. Goode
Written-By – C. Berry*
2:08
A3 All Shook Up
Written-By – Elvis Presley, Otis Blackwell
1:41
A4 Are You Lonesome Tonight?
Written-By – Lou Handman, Roy Turk
3:13
A5 Hound Dog
Written-By – Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller*
2:08
A6 I Can't Stop Loving You
Written-By – Don Gibson
2:49
A7 My Babe
Written-By – W. Dixon*
3:06
B1 Medley 3:19
B1a Mystery Train
Written-By – Herman Parker, Jr.*, Sam C. Phillips*
B1b Tiger Man
Written-By – J. H. Lewis*, S. Burns*
B2 Words
Written-By – Tommy Boyce-Bob Hart*Written-By [Uncredited] – Robin Gibb, Barry Gibb & Maurice Gibb
3:04
B3 In The Ghetto
Written-By – Scott Davis*
2:51
B4 Suspicious Minds
Written-By – Frances Zambon*
7:30
B5 Can't Help Falling In Love
Arranged By – Billy GoldenbergWritten-By – Weiss*, Peretti-Creatore*
2:53
Elvis Back In Memphis
C1 Inherit The Wind
Written-By – Eddie Rabbit*
2:50
C2 This Is The Story
Written-By – Arnold*, Martin*, Morrow*
2:28
C3 Stranger In My Own Home Town
Written-By – P. Mayfield*
4:24
C4 A Little Bit Of Green
Written-By – Arnold*, Martin*, Morrow*
3:20
C5 And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind
Written-By – Neil Diamond
3:09
D1 Do You Know Who I Am?
Written-By – Bobby Russell
2:45
D2 From A Jack To A King
Written-By – Ned Miller
2:24
D3 The Fair's Moving On
Written-By – Fletcher-Flett*
3:05
D4 You'll Think Of Me
Written-By – Mort Shuman
4:01
D5 Without Love (There Is Nothing)
Written-By – Danny Small
2:52

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Notes

Includes two of four possible pictures of Elvis.

There is NO songwriting credit to The Bee Gees (The Gibb Brothers) for track B2 "Words", instead the labels credit the 60s duo Boyce & Hart with writing the song.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): XPRS 2468 2S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): XPRS 2469 1S A3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): XPRS 2470 2S A5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): XPRS 2471 2S A4

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LSP-6020 Elvis Presley From Memphis To Vegas / From Vegas To Memphis(2xLP, Album, Roc) RCA Victor LSP-6020 US 1969 Sell This Version
SR 6020/1-2 Elvis Presley From Memphis To Vegas / From Vegas To Memphis(2xLP, Album) RCA Victor SR 6020/1-2 Germany 1969 Sell This Version
PK - 5076, TWIN PACK PK 5076 Elvis Presley From Memphis To Vegas (Cass, Album, whi) RCA Victor, RCA Victor PK - 5076, TWIN PACK PK 5076 Canada 1977 Sell This Version
LSP-6020 Elvis Presley From Memphis To Vegas / From Vegas To Memphis(2xLP, Album) RCA Victor LSP-6020 Canada 1969 Sell This Version
SF8080, SF8081 Elvis Presley From Memphis To Vegas / From Vegas To Memphis(2xLP, Comp) RCA Victor, RCA Victor SF8080, SF8081 UK 1970 Sell This Version

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Stax-Of-Wacks

Stax-Of-Wacks

June 21, 2019

Some say this is the best recording of Elvis ever while others say it's one of his worst ever. I quite frankly don't get it. It starts off like any other live Elvis recording. Then of course you've got new Elvis recordings from the studio for part of the B side of record one and for all of record two. I'm quit happy with this album. 4 out of 5 stars.
zamla_71

zamla_71

December 4, 2017
This is by far the best recording of Elvis ever!

The live sides shows who he was and who he would became.
From the King of Rock 'n roll to the Greatest entertainer in the World.

just listen to side A and you understand, these are the greatest versions ever recorded of those songs, continuos over to the B-side with Mystery train / Tiger Man and when suddenly changes over to the new Elvis for the rest of the b-side on that record.

Record 2 is the new Elvis all the way. Great song with great arrangements. Just love it!
Top favourites of songs is Inherit The Wind, Stanger in My Own Home Town, The Fair's Moving On and Whitout love (There Is Nothing).

is there any live recordings of inherit The wind, Stranger In My Own Home Town and The Fair's Moving On?

So thank you for this recording (wherever you are) and to the TCB Band ( whom is exellent) and to all the studio musicians who made this possible.

Thanx