A usual power-version of Polk Salad Annie" is followed by some oldies. Love Me" is slower than the usual '72 live-version, while Litte Sister/Get Back" has a guitar-solo between the two songs. This version is not to compare to his well-known live-recording from 1970 (Aug. 13th, DS). After All Shook Up", Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel" and One Night" follows the message song for the night, Hound Dog". Elvis begins slow ('s an old hound dog....") and continues fast. Just like the '69 live-versions there is a guitar solo by James Burton right in the middle of the song. The most famous Elvis song is followed by the first live-version of A Big Hunk O'Love", which is great and perhaps better than the officially released two different live-tunes from this season. Bridge Over Troubled Water" and Lawdy Miss Clawdy" are also great versions but not as great as the third new song for the evening An American Trilogy". Although the first time that Elvis did this song live on stage it's really perfect. Even the Stamps-part (...oh I wish I was in Dixie...") is sung by Elvis. Really a great version for which he gets the biggest applause of the evening. During the following introduction of the musicians James Burton and co. plays an instrumental version of Never Been To Spain". I'll Remember You" (after Until It's Time For You To Go" and A Big Hunk O'Love" the third well known Elvis song for the first time live) follows and after Suspicious Minds" Elvis closes with his traditional closing-song Can't Help Falling In Love".


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