13 September 2011, gsparaco @ 6:59 am
The Eagles Los Angeles Forum 1980 (New Kids Records. NKR-03/04) is a two disc release with the incomplete soundboard recording of the March 4th, 1980 show in The Great Western Forum, Los Angeles California.
Jeff Beck with Jan Hammer First Gig (no label) documents the May 23rd, 1976 show at the Roundhouse in London, England.
Deep Purple Driving Me Wild (Darker Than Blue 124/125) contains the Budokan, Tokyo, Japan show from December 15th, December 1975.
Rainbow Facing Graham (Darker Than Blue 121/122/123) covers the May 8th, 1980 Budokan show utilizing two different tape sources.
Dio California Trilogy 1983 (Shades 400) is a three disc set with soundboard recordings from Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA on October 5th, Civic Center, Santa Monica, on October 7th, Selland Arena, Fresno, on December 28th and Rock Palace, Hollywood, on January 4th, 1984.
New from Godfather includes artwork for Animals In Paris. This is for those who bought the Antwerp release in the springtime, but got the February 22nd, 1977 Paris gig instead.
The rest of the new Godfather titles include Queen Modern Times Rock And Roll (GR 664) containing the Milwaukee 1975 tape which surfaced several years ago.
U2 Modena 1987 (GR 665/666/667) is a three disc set with the May 29th and May 30th shows at the Stadio Communale for the first time on silver disc. It has a bonus track of “Stand By Me” from the September 27th show with special guest Bruce Springsteen.
Frank Zappa The Time To Sing And Dance And Love (GR 668/669) uses the Lampinski recording of the October 24th, 1975 Providence show.
Iron Maiden Resurrection At Hammersmith (GR 670/671) covers the October 12th, 1984 London show.
Bruce Springsteen Live From Joe’s Place (GR 672) has the January 6th, 1974 Cambridge, MA soundboard.
Pink Floyd Thirteen (GR 673/674) has the real February 20th, 1977 Antwerp show.
The Beatles Where Are We Going Boys? (GR 675) contains the 1961 DECCA audition tape.
Peter Gabriel Hold The Line (GR 676/677) is a rare Gabriel silver from the late eighties So period, one that has been neglected by all silver companies. This has the July 21st, 1987 Philadelphia show.
And finally, Godfather have another massive Pink Floyd box set:
Pink Floyd Tearing Down The Coliseum Wall (BOX 05) contains three shows from the New York run of Wall shows in 1980.
Like previous efforts, the individual shows are housed in a tri fold gatefold sleeve and are kept in a gorgeous box. The three show are Monday February 25th, Tuesday February 26th and Wednesday February 27th. The set also comes with a 12 page booklet with important historical notes, 24 page reproduction of the concert tour book, a mini poster and pin. It looks like another instant classic from Godfather.If you liked this review, buy me a cup of joe. (Suggested: $3 a shot or $7.5 for a double)
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