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A nice new batch of Godfather titles were announced today…

Beatles - Untouched Gr849

The Beatles – Untouched By The Hand Of Madness – The Legendary Elektra Acetate (G.R. 849) is a single CD with both a remastered and raw version of latter day studio material and includes a 4 page booklet.

Faces - Electric Soup Gr850

The Faces – Electric Soup (G.R. 850) is a soundboard from Ronnie Lane’s last show recorded at The Edmonton in London on June 4th, 1973 and also includes a few BBC tracks as a bonus.

Bob Dylan - You Will Remember Gr851

Bob Dylan – You Will Remember My Name (G.R. 851/852) is an excellent audience recording from Bremen, Germany on June 14th, 1998 with bonus tracks from Essen, Germany two days later.

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Before The Flood Gr853

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble  – Before The Flood (G.R. 853) covers the rare “Lost First Album” recorded in Nashville, Tennessee in early 1978 with bonus tracks from Lubbock, Texas in December 1978.

Taste - Another Night Has Gone Gr854

Taste – Another Night Has Gone (G.R. 854) is a single disc that features the band’s Basel, Switzerland appearance on February 1st, 1970 from a soundboard recording.

Eric Clapton - God Is A Guitar Player Gr855

Eric Clapton – God Is A Guitar Player (G.R. 855) contains the excellent soundboard fragment from Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds, Davenport, IA on July 27th, 1974. Godfather fills out the single disc with bonus tracks from Uniondale, Providence, and Largo.

David Bowie - Do You Wonder Sometimes Gr856

… and finally, David Bowie – Do You Wonder Sometimes (G.R. 856/857) is a 2CD soundboard from Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, UK on August 5th, 1990.

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    March 27, 2013, 5:33 pm

    Thanks for the head’s up! The Godfather always does a great job. Looking forward to the Faces set, especially. ’70s rock & roll rarely got better than when Rod, Ronnie, Ron, Mac and Kenney got together in the same room.

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