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Elvis concert references of Glen by Mike Morgan


Listed below are some Elvis concert references of Glen that I've located. To play the clips, you need Real Audio installed. Click here to get Real Audio

One Night In Vegas - 8/10/70 (Las Vegas)
2000 BMG Denmark A/S Marketed 74321-81234-2

Track #15: At the end of the song, he breaks for a couple minutes to interact with the audience and asks for water. Here's the conversation: "You got any straight water, plain water. Thank you. Straight water, yea. Hey ladies and gentlemen I'm Glen Campbell - hot damn man, whoo." Then in a Gomer Pyle voice: "You ain't to talk like that Glen". Elvis then starts to reference about a movie he was making .


That's The Way It Is (30th anniversary edition) - 8/12/70 (Las Vegas)
RCA/BMG 07863 / 67938-2

Track #7: As an intro to the song There Goes My Everything, Elvis says: "I just did a country western album under the name of Glen Campbell..."


8/23/70 Midnight show - Las Vegas
An "unreleased" import concert, no cd liners exist and there is no "official" title.

Track #8: From the midnight show, Elvis makes a different type reference of Glen. At the very beginning of Polk Salad Annie, he starts talking fast and has a hard time getting the words out. His voice goes into a fast high pitch tone as he tries to impersonate Glen. Elvis opens as saying "Ya'll never been down South to much, I want to tell you a little story... so you'll understand what I'm talkin' about. Down there we have a plant, down there we have a plant,... hello friends, I'm Glen Campbell! Uhh, down there we have a plant that grows out in the woods in the fields, that looks something like greens. Everybody calls it polk salad..".

Of a second 8/23/70 concert reference, Elvis starts to sing One Night:
Track #12: "..is this the right key? We're gonna have to bring in Glen Campbell to play this one. Are you sure that's the right key?..."

9/1/70 - Las Vegas
An "unreleased" import concert, no cd liners exist and there is no "official" title.

Track #7: Singing Polk Salad Annie, he mentions "Jones, Humperdink, Glen Campbell..hot damn y'all."

The Midnight Hour (9/5/70 MS (Las Vegas)

Track #9: Singing Polk Salad Annie, he mentions: "Glen Campbell - Hot damn, y'all, me...".

Track #23: (Bonus track from Sept. 4, 1970) Singing Polk Salad Annie, he mentions: "Glen Campbell - Hot damn, y'all, me. I'm long way to...".


9/6/70 DS (Las Vegas)

Track #7: Singing Polk Salad Annie, he mentions: "Jones, Humperdink - Please release me let me go, Glen Campbell - Hot damn, y'all, me...".


9/7/70 - Las Vegas
An "unreleased" import concert, no cd liners exist and there is no "official" title.

Track #6: Singing Polk Salad Annie, he mentions: "Tom Jones, Humperdink - Please release me, let me go, Glen Campbell..hot damn y'all."

A second reference is made as Elvis makes a nice compliment of Glen's guitar playing.
Track #7: Introducing the band members, he mentions: "..the best lead player in this country since Glen Campbell, Mr. James Burton. Glen Campbell was already a big star.."

By The Time I Get To Phoenix - 9/9/70 (Phoenix)
Track #2: After the opening numbers, he says "Good evening ladies and gentlemen, my name is Glen Campbell..". Elvis then sings one line of "By The Time I Get To Phoenix".

Track #6: A second reference is during the instrumental portion of Polk Salad Annie. He starts saying how others would move to this and impersonates them. "..Jones.., Humperdink.., Glen Campbell - Hot Damn Y'All".


I Was Just A Baby Then - 9/12/70 (Miami)
EP Collection 001

Track #6: Elvis makes a strong reference of Glen. While going thru his dance moves during the instrumental portion of Polk Salad Annie, he starts saying how others would move to this and impersonates them. "..Jones.., Humperdink - Humperdink's moves, Glen Campbell - Hot Damn Y'All" The audience breaks out into laughter and he has such an exuberant expression as Elvis mentions Glens name.


Rockin' Tampa - 9/13/70 (Tampa)
King Records

Track #8: While going thru his dance moves during the instrumental portion of Polk Salad Annie, Elvis starts saying how others would move to this and impersonates them. "..Jones, Humperdink - Please release me let me go, Glen Campbell - Hot damn!." And he always raises his voice higher when he says this.


9/14/70 - Mobile, AL.
An "unreleased" import concert, no cd liners exist and there is no "official" title.

Track #6 : While singing Polk Salad Annie, he mentions how Tom Jones, Humperdink and Glen would dance to this song. "Jones, Humperdink..Please release me let me go, for I, Glen Campbell, "Hot damn y'all!"

One Night in Portland - 11/11/70 (Portland)
Live Archives Production EPE 1010

Track #6: During Polk Salad Annie, as Elvis makes a strong reference of Glen. During the instrumental portion, he goes thru his dance moves and then comes out saying how others would move to this song: "..Tom Jones would do.., Humperdink, Glen Campbell - hot..." Fairly monotone mentioning Jones and Humperdink."


The Thrill Goes On - 11/12/70 (Seattle)
JR Production JR 9/94

Track #2: After the opening numbers, Elvis says "Good evening ladies and gentlemen, my name's Johnny Cash,...Glen Campbell. It Happened At The World's Fair, I did the movie out here in 1912, I think it was..." There is a pause between the names. Elvis imitates Glen's high pitched voice, as he mentions his name.

Track #7: : A second reference is during Polk Salad Annie, as Elvis makes a strong reference of Glen. During the instrumental portion, he goes thru his dance moves and mentions how others would move to this song: "..Tom Jones, Humperdink, Glen Campbell - hot damn ."


11/10/70 - Oakland, CA
An "unreleased" import concert, no cd liners exist and there is no "official" title.

Track #9: During the instrumental portion of Polk Salad Annie, he mentions "Jones, Humperdink, Glen Campbell - hot damn y'all".