venerdì 31 ottobre 2014

Happy Halloween to all!


ELVIS SOUNDBOARDS


















Ecco la lista di tutti i concerti registrati su mixer !
Dal libro di Tunzi "Elvis sessions III"...
Nota: le date sono scritte all'americana, cioè prima il mese e poi il giorno.


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Here is the list of all the concerts recorded on the mixer !
From the book " Elvis Sessions III" Tunzi ...
Note: the dates are inscriptions American , that is the first month and then the day .




1969

07/31/69-08/28/69 Las Vegas International Hotel Exact Dates Unknown Reel to Reel # 1
07/31/69-08/28/69 Las Vegas International Hotel Exact Dates Unknown Reel to Reel #2

O8/12/69 - Las Vegas International Hotel Show 1 Reel to Reel
O8/23/69 - Las Vegas International Hotel Show 1 Reel to Reel #3 O8/24/69 - Las Vegas International Hotel Show 1 Reel to Reel #4 O8/24/69 - Las Vegas International Hotel Show 2




1970

01/26/70-02/23/70 Las Vegas International Hotel Exact Dates Unknown
01/26/70 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel (two reels)
02/01/70 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel Show 2
02/23/70 Las Vegas I~ternational Hotel Reel To Reel Show 1
02/23/70 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel Show 2
(Closing Show)
02/27/70 Houston, TX Reel to Reel Show 2
02/2B/70 Houston TX Show 1 (Incomplete)
09/09/70 Phoenix, AZ
09/10/70 St. Louis, MO
9/11/70 Detroit, MI
09/12/70 Miami, FL Show 1
09/12/70 Miami, FL Show 2
09/13/70 Tampa, FL Show 1
09/13/70 Tampa, FL Show 2
09/14/70 Mobile, AL
11/10/70 Oakland, CA
11/11/70 Portland, OR
11/12/70 Seattle, WA
11/13/70 San Francisco, CA
11/14/70 Los Angeles, CA Show 1
11/14/70 Los Angeles, CA Show 2
11/15/70 San Diego, CA
11/16/70 Oklahoma City, OK
11/17/70 Denver, CO

Note about 02/23/70: The closing show was recorded onto two
reel to reels. Therefore is it possible that the 02/23/70 Las Vegas International Hotel Show 1 is simply the Reel 1 of the closing show and not the previous dinner show (show 1).




1971

01/26/71-02/23/71 Las Vegas International Hotel Exact Dates Unknown
01/26/71 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel
01/27/71 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel Show 1
01/27/71 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel Show 2
01/2B/71 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel Show 1
01/2B/71 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel Show 2
01/29/71 Las Vegas International Hotel Reel to Reel Show 1
07/20/71-0B/02/71 Lake Tahoe Exact Dates Unknown
07/24/71 Lake Tahoe Reel to Reel Show 2
11/05/71 Minneapolis, MN
11/10/71 Boston, MA
11/12/71 Houston, TX
11/13/71 Dallas, TX
11/14/71 Tuscaloosa, AL
11/15/71 Kansas City, MO
11/16/71 Salt Lake City, UT




1972

01/26/72-02/23/72 Las Vegas Hilton Exact Dates Unknown
01/26/72 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel
04/0B/72 Knoxville, TN
04/12/72 Indianapolis, IN
04/13/72 Charlotte, NC
04/15/72 Macon, GA
06/13/72 Evansville, IN
06/1B/72 Fort Worth, TX
06/20/72 Tulsa, OK
OB/11/72 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel Show 1 a Show 2 (same reel)
09/04/72 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Reel to Reel Show 2
11/08/72 Lubbock, TX
11/09/72 Tucson, AZ
11/10/72 EI Paso, TX





1973

01/27/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
01/29/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
02/02/73 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel Show 1
02/02/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
02/05/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
02/17/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
02/18/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
02/21/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
02/22/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
02/23/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
02/??/73 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel
02/??/73 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel
02/??/73 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel
02/??/73 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel
02/??/73 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel
02/??/73 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel
04/22/73 Phoenix, AZ
04/25/73 Fresno, CA
04/26/73 San Diego, CA
04/30/73 Denver, CO
05/13/73 Lake Tahoe Show 2
05/13/73 Lake Tahoe Show 3
06/20/73 Mobile, AL
06/21/73 Atlanta, GA
06/28/73 St. Louis, MO
08/11/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/19/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/20/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/20/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/30/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
09/02/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
09/02/73 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
09/03/73 Las Vegas Hilton Reel to Reel Show 1 (inc.) a Show 2




1974

01/27/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
01/28/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
01/28/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
01/29/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
01/30/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
01/31/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/01/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/02/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/03/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/04/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/05/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/06/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/07/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/08/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
02/09/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 a Show 2
03/01/74 Tulsa, OK
03/02/74 Tulsa, OK
03/03/74 Houston, TX Show 1
03/04/74 Monroe, LA
03/08/74 Monroe, LA Show 1
03/09/74 Charlotte, NC
03/11/74 Hampton Roads, VA
03/12/74 Richmond, VA
03/13/74 Greensboro, NC
03/14/74 Murfreesboro, TN
03/15/74 Knoxville, TN
03/16/74 Memphis, TN Show 1
03/16/74 Memphis, TN Show 2
03/17/74 Memphis, TN Show 1
03/18/74 Richmond, VA
03/19/74 Murfreesboro, TN
03/20/74 Memphis, TN
05/10/74 San Bernardino, CA
05/11/74 Los Angeles, CA
05/12/74 Fresno, CA
05/13/74 San Bernardino, CA
05/16/74 Lake Tahoe Opening Night
05/17/74 Lake Tahoe Show 1 a Show 2
05/18/74 Lake Tahoe Show 1 a Show 2
05/19/74 Lake Tahoe Show 1 a Show 2
O5/20/74 Lake Tahoe Show 1 a Show 2
O5/21/74 Lake Tahoe (backup vocals only)
O5/21/74 Lake Tahoe Show 1 a Show 2
O5/24/74 Lake Tahoe Show 1 a Show 2
O5/25/74 Lake Tahoe Show 1
O5/27/74 Lake Tahoe Show 1 a Show 2
06/15/74 Ft. Worth, TX Show 1 a Show 2
06/16/74 Ft. Worth, TX Show 1 a Show 2
06/17/74 Baton Rouge, LA
06/19/74 Amarillo, TX
06/20/74 Des Moines, IA
06/21/74 Cleveland, OH
06/23/74 Philadelphia, PA Show 1 Et Show 2
06/24/74 Niagara Falls, NY Show 1 Et Show 2
06/25/74 Columbus, OH Show 2
06/26/74 Louisville, KY
06/27/74 Bloomington, IN
06/28/74 Milwaukee, WI
06/29/74 Kans~s City, MO Show 1 Et Show 2
06/30/74 Omaha, NE Show 1 Et Show 2
07/01/74 Omaha, NE
07/02/74 Salt Lake City, Utah
08/19/74 Las Vegas Hilton
08/20/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/20/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/21/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 Et Show 2
08/22/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 Et Show 2
08/23/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/24/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/24/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/25/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/25/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/27/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/27/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/28/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/29/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/29/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/30/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/30/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
08/31/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
08/31/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
09/01/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
09/01/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
09/02/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
09/02/74 Las Vegas Hilton Show 2
09/27/74 College Park, MD
09/28/74 College Park, MD
09/29/74 Detroit, MI
09/30/74 South Bend, IN
10/01/74 South Bend, IN
10/03/74 St. Paul, MN
10/04/74 Detroit, MI
10/05/74 Indianapolis, IN
10/06/74 Dayton, OH Show 1 Et Show 2
10/07/74 Wichita, KS
10/08/74 San Antonio, TX
10/09/74 Abilene, TX
10/11/74-10/14/74 Lake Tahoe, NV Exact Dates Unknown




1975
03/22/75 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 Et Show 2
03/30/75 Las Vegas Show 1
04/01/75 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1
04/24/75 Macon, GA
04/25/75 Jacksonville, FL
04/26/75 Tampa, FL
04/27/75 Lakeland, FL
04/28/75 Lakeland, FL
04/30/75 Atlanta, GA
05/02/75 Atlanta, GA
05/04/75 Lake Charles, LA Show 1 Et Show 2
05/05/75 Jackson, MS
05/06/75 Murfreesboro, TN
05/07/75 Murfreesboro, TN
05/31/75 Huntsville, AL Show 1 Et Show 2
06/01/75 Huntsville, AL Show 1 Et Show 2
06/02/75 Mobile, AL Show 1 Et Show 2
06/03/75 Tuscaloosa, AL
06/04/75 Houston, TX
06/05/75 Houston, TX
06/06/75 Dallas, TX
06/07/75 Shreveport, LA Show 1 Et Show 2
06/08/75 Jackson, MS Show 1 Et Show 2
06/09/75 Jackson, MS
06/10/75 Memphis, TN
07/08/75 Oklahoma City, OK
07/11/75 Charleston, WV
07/12/75 Charleston, WV Show 2
07/14/75 Springfield, MA
07/16/75 New Haven, CT
07/18/75 Cleveland, OH
07/21/75 Greensboro, NC
07/23/75 Asheville, NC (Incomplete)
12/05/75 Las Vegas Hilton Show
12/06/75 Las Vegas Hilton Show
12/13/75 Las Vegas Hilton Show 1 Et Show 2
12/14/75 Las Vegas Hilton Show




1976

03/17/76 Johnson City, TN
03/20/76 Charlotte, NC Show 2
03/21/76 Cincinnati, OH Show 2
03/22/76 St. Louis, MO
04/21/76 Kansas City, MO
04/22/76 Omaha, NE
04/23/76 Denver, CO
04/24/76 San Diego, CA
04/26/76 Seattle, WA
04/27/76 Spokane, WA
05/30/76 Odessa, TX Show 1
05/30/76 Odessa, TX Show 2
06/01/76 Tucson, AZ
06/02/76 EI Paso, TX
06/03/76 Ft. Worth, TX
06/30/76 Greensboro, NC
07/01/76 Shreveport, LA
07/02/76 Baton Rouge, LA
07/03/76 Fort Worth, TX
07/04/76 Tulsa, OK
07/05/76 Memphis, TN
07/24/76 Charleston, WV Show 1
07/24/76 Charleston, WV Show 2
07/26/76 Rochester, NY
07/27/76 Syracuse, NY
07/28/76 Hartford, CT
07/29/76 Springfield, MA
07/30/76 New Haven, CT
07/31/76 Hampton Rds., VA
08/01/76 Hampton Roads, VA
08/02/76 Roanoke, VA
08/03/76 Fayetteville, NC
08/04/76 Fayetteville, NC
08/05/76 Fayetteville, NC
08/27/76 San Antonio, TX
08/28/76 Houston, TX
08/29/76 Mobile, AL
08/30/76 Tuscaloosa, AL
08/31/76 Macon, GA
09/01/76 Jacksonville, FL
09/02/78 Tampa, FL
09/04/76 Lakeland, FL Show 1
09/04/76 Lakeland, FL Show 2
09/05/76 Jackson, MS
09/06/76 Huntsville, AL
09/07/76 Pine Bluff, AR
09/08/76 Pine Bluff, AR
10/14/76 Chicago, IL
10/15/76 Chicago, IL
10/16/76 Duluth, MN
10/17/76 Minneapolis, MN
10/18/76 Sioux Falls, SD
10/19/76 Madison, WI
10/20/76 South Bend, IN
10/21/76 Kalamazoo, MI
10/22/76 Champaign, IL
10/24/76 Evansville, IN
10/26/76 Dayton, OH
10/27/76 Carbondale, IL
11/25/76 Eugene, OR
11/26/76 Portland, OR
11/27/76 Eugene, OR
11/28/76 San Francisco, CA
11/29/76 San Francisco, CA
12/27/76 Wichita, KS
12/28/76 Dallas, TX
12/29/76 Birmingham, AL




1977

02/12/77 Hollywood, FL
02/13/77 West Palm Beach, FL
02/14/77 St. Petersburg, FL
02/15/77 Orlando, FL
02/16/77 Montgomery, AL
02/17/77 Savannah, GA
02/18/77 Columbia, SC
02/19/77 Johnson City, TN
02/20/77 Charlotte, NC
02/21/77 Charlotte, NC
03/23/77 Tempe, AZ
03/24/77 Amarillo, TX
03/25/77 Norman, OK
03/26/77 Norman, OK
03/27/77 Abilene, TX
03/28/77 Austin, TX
03/29/77 Alexandria, LA
03/30/77 Alexandria, LA
03/31/77 Baton Rouge
04/21/77 Greensboro, NC
04/22/77 Detroit, MI
04/23/77 Toledo, OH
04/24/77 Ann Arbor, MI
04/25/77 Saginaw, MI
04/26/77 Kalamazoo, MI
04/27/77 Milwaukee, WI
04/28/77 Green Bay, WI
04/29/77 Duluth, MN
04/30/77 St. Paul, MN
05/01/77 Chicago, IL
05/02/77 Chicago, IL
05/03/77 Saginaw, MI
05/20/77 Knoxville, TN
05/21/77 Louisville, KY
05/22/77 Landover, MD
05/23/77 Providence, RI
05/24/77 Augusta, ME
05/25/77 Rochester, NY
05/26/77 Binghamton, NY
05/27/77 Binghamton, NY
05/28/77 Philadelphia, PA .
05/29/77 Baltimore, MD
05/30/77 Jacksonville, FL
05/31/77 Baton Rouge, LA
06/01/77 Macon, GA
06/02/77 Mobile, AL
06/17/77 Springfield, MO
06/18/77 Kansas City, MO
06/19/77 Omaha, NE
06/20/77 Lincoln, NE
06/21/77 Rapid City, SD
06/22/77 Sioux Falls, SD
06/23/77 Des Moines, IA
06/24/77 Madison, WI
06/25/77 Cincinnati, OH
06/26/77 Indianapolis, IN



By Marco Degli Esposti (E.I.C.C.)

sabato 25 ottobre 2014

Acquirente last minute per la villa di Elvis Presley a Palm Sping: asta evitata - Tutte le ville del Mito


 
BY ilsole24ore.com


 Doveva finire all'asta un pezzo di storia del rock e invece l'asta è stata annullata. Perchè c'è un compratore per la villa di Elvis Presley , al numero 845 di Chino Canyon, a Palm Spring, in California. La data era fissata per il 25 ottobre e invece, con soli due giorni di anticipo, il curatore ha reso noto che la banca ha accettato un'offerta. Ma ad oggi non si conosce ne il nome del acquirente e nemmeno l'importo pattuito. Non si tratta certo di Graceland, la grande villa di Memphis, trasformata in museo, che ogni anno è meta di pellegrinaggio di mezzo milione di fan. Ma la casa in questione è stata di proprietà del “re del rock'n roll” dal 1970. In queste stanze ha trascorso momenti felici insieme alla moglie Priscilla. Poi, dopo il divorzio del 1972, la casa è stata trasformata in un luogo per feste. È stato realizzato, accanto alla piscina, un grande salone con il pavimento bianco e nero ed è stata costruita una nuova suite in modo che Elvis potesse dormire in una stanza diversa da quella che aveva condiviso con la moglie. Nel 1977, dopo la morte di Presley, la villa è stata venduta. Rimasta nelle mani del cantante Frankie Valli dei Four Season per diversi anni, è stata poi acquistata da Reno Fontana che, contando sulla forza trainante del nome Presley, voleva trasformarla in uno spazio per eventi. Era uno dei tanti tentativi che, sulla scia del successo ottenuto da Graceland, diversi avventurieri hanno tentato nella speranza di replicare il modello del Tennessee. Ma il progetto è fallito a causa delle difficoltà economiche. Anche il proprietario successivo non è stato fortunato e nel 2012 la casa è finita nelle mani delle banche che l'hanno acquistata per 1,76 milioni di dollari, poco meno di 1,4 milioni di euro. Era stata posta sul mercato anche nel 2014 ma senza risultati positivi. Poco prima dell'asta era stata valutata circa 2,6 milioni di dollari, poco più di 2 milioni di euro. La casa, circa 1500 metri, è composta da 4 camere da letto, 7 bagni, saloni, sauna, giardino e piscina. Gli interni, per quanto oggi patiscano le ultime vicende non proprio fortunate e necessitino di una globale ristrutturazione, raccontano con il loro estro l'originalità di Elvis. Sempre a Palm Spring c'è un'altra casa, conosciuta con il nome di “Honey Moon”, legata alla storia di Elvis. Nel 1966, proprio in questa villa ha trascorso la luna di miele - da qui il nome - con la moglie Priscilla. Nonostante sia stata usata come set cinematografico per diverse pellicole su Elvis, all'inizio di quest'anno la casa è tornata sul mercato con la richiesta di 9,5 milioni di dollari. Come se non bastasse, a Beverly Hills c'è un'altra casa che è stata di Elvis. Si tratta di una villa con piscina che dal 2013 è di proprietà di Peter Morton, uno dei fondatori dell'Hard Rock Cafè che l'ha acquistata per 9,8 milioni di dollari. Dopo la ristrutturazione, attualmente viene affittata al costo di 45 mila dollari al mese (circa 35 mila euro). E pensare che nel 1967 Elvis l'ha pagata 400 mila dollari. Ma la casa di Elvis più famosa di tutte è Graceland, il palazzo museo che sorge al 3734 di Boulevard Elvis Presley a Memphis, in Tennessee. Aperta al pubblico nel 1982 è diventata monumento nazionale ed è la seconda casa più visitata degli Usa, seconda soltanto alla Casa Bianca. É stata la casa di Elvis per tanti anni, il luogo dove ha vissuto insieme a Priscilla gli anni prima del matrimonio. É stata anche il luogo nel quale il 16 agosto 1977 è morto ed è il posto nel quale è stato sepolto. Il palazzo, costruito in stile coloniale, composto da 23 stanze di cui 8 camere da letto è solo parzialemte visitabile. Il piano superiore, dove si trova anche la stanza del re del rock, è chiuso al pubblico. Per il resto il palazzo è un inno al gusto di Presley pieno d'oro e onoreficienze, fra le parti più famose c'è la “jungle room” una stanza a tema con tanto di cascata che in passato è stata usata anche come sala registrazione.



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 It had to end auction a piece of rock history and instead the auction was canceled. Because there is a buyer for the house of Elvis Presley, the number 845 Chino Canyon, Palm Springs, California. The date was set for October 25 and on the other hand , with only two days in advance , the editor announced that the bank has accepted an offer . But today I do not know the name of the buyer nor the agreed amount . It is not certain of Graceland, the large mansion in Memphis , now a museum , which every year attracts many pilgrims than half a million fans. But the house in question was owned by the "king of rock 'n' roll" since 1970. In these rooms has spent happy times with his wife Priscilla. Then , after her divorce in 1972 , the house has been transformed into a place for parties . It was designed , by the pool , a large living room with black and white floor and was built a new suite so that Elvis could sleep in a different room from the one he had shared with his wife. In 1977 , following Presley's death , the house was sold. Remained in the hands of singer Frankie Valli of the Four Seasons for several years, was then purchased from Reno Fontana , relying on the driving force of the name Presley , he wanted to turn it into a space for events. It was one of the many attempts which, in the wake of the success of Graceland, several adventurers have tried to replicate the model in the hope of Tennessee. But the project failed because of economic difficulties. The next owner was not successful and in 2012 the house ended up in the hands of the banks that have bought for 1.76 million dollars, less than 1.4 million euro . She was also placed on the market in 2014 but without positive results. Shortly before the auction was valued at approximately $ 2.6 million , slightly more than € 2 million . The house is about 1500 meters , consists of 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, living rooms, sauna, garden and swimming pool. The interior , however today suffer by the recent events do not just lucky and need a comprehensive restructuring , tell their creativity with the originality of Elvis . Also in Palm Springs there is another house , known as the "Honey Moon" , linked to the story of Elvis . In 1966 , just at the villa spent the honeymoon - hence the name - with his wife Priscilla. Although it was used as a film set for several films about Elvis , earlier this year the house is back on the market with a request for $ 9.5 million . As if that were not enough , there is another house in Beverly Hills that was Elvis . It is a villa with swimming pool in 2013, is owned by Peter Morton , co-founder of the Hard Rock Cafe which he purchased for $ 9.8 million . After the restructuring, is currently being rented at a cost of $ 45,000 per month (about 35 000 euro ) . And to think that in 1967 Elvis was paid $ 400,000 . But the home of Elvis most famous of all is Graceland , the mansion museum is located at 3734 Elvis Presley Boulevard in Memphis, Tennessee. Opened to the public in 1982, has become a national monument and is the second most visited home in the US, second only to the White House . It was the home of Elvis for many years , the place where he lived with Priscilla years before marriage. It was also the place where he died August 16, 1977 and is the place where he was buried . The palace, built in colonial style, consists of 23 rooms including 8 bedrooms parzialemte just visited. The top floor, where there is also room of the king of rock, is closed to the public . For the rest of the building is a testament to the taste of Presley's full of gold and onoreficienze , among the most famous pieces is the "jungle room" a themed room with a waterfall in the past was used as a recording studio . translation by translator