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Coming out from Godfather are Bob Dylan & Van Morrison Someday Everything Is Gonna Be Different (GR 745/746/747).  This is an ambitious 3CD release covering Bob Dylan’s June 6th, 1991 show in Rome and both Dylan’s and Morrison’s sets in Milan two days later.  There is even a bonus tracks from the June 7th Bologna show.   

Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band Last Night At The Capitol Theater (GR 748/749/750) covers the September 21st, 1978 Passaic, New Jersey show. 

Van Halen Bottoms Up! (GR 751) has the March 25th, 1979 Fresno show in excellent sound quality. 

Metallica (!?!) The Dream That They’ve Been After (GR 752) contains a 1986 recording from Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

Burnin’ Down The Clock (GR 753/754/755) contains the opening night of the European Wrecking Ball Tour in Seville, Spain on May 13th. 

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5 comments

  1. The 21 september from Passaic is announced as the upgraded version from the newly surfaced master reels.

  2. Which KISS titles are those, chaps? I wonder if he is the same taper who furnished us with excellent Sabbath from Fresno 1976 and 978?

  3. has godfather not covered the 21 sept springsteen show on “singin our birthday songs” gf 60/61/62 or is this an upgrade

  4. Just pre-ordered the Van Halen discs. Can’t wait!
    If this is of the same quality as the 77 and 79 KISS shows then I am a happy camper.

  5. The Van Halen is awesome. Amazing show, great setlist and great quality. Often mistaken for as a sounboard but an excellent audience show. Just as the 77 and 79 KISS shows this one is from the same taper and those KISS shows, especially 79, were often mistaken for soundboards!

    The Metallica IS a true soundboard and a great Ozzy 86 Ultimate Sin tour support show. A great set when Metallica were on the verge of their breakthrough!

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