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new Ozzy and Stones on Tarantura

Tarantura just released Ozzy Osbourne Let’s Go Crazy-Osaka On Black Friday 1982, a 2CD Mr. Peach recording of the July 9th, 1982 show in Osaka.  

Disc 1:  Opening, Diary Of A Madman (Intro), Over The Mountain, Mr. Crowley, Crazy Train, Revelation (Mother Earth), Steal Away (The Night), Band Introduction / Suicide Solution, Brad Gillis Guitar Solo / Jam, Tommy Aldridge Drum Solo / Jam, Don Airey Keyboard Solo, Goodbye To Romance, I Don’t Know

Disc 2:  No Bone Movies, Believer, Flying High Again, Iron Man, Children Of The Grave, Paranoid (encore), SE / Announcement

Also now available is The Rolling Stones Live In Hot ‘Lanta, a 2CD set with the July 30th, 1975 show in The Omni, Atlanta, Georgia.  This is the first silver pressed edition of this rare show.  

Disc 1:  Intro music Fanfare for the Common Man, Honky Tonk Women, All Down the Line, If You Can’t Rock Me, Get off of My Cloud, Star Star, Gimme Shelter, Ain’t Too Proud to Beg, You Gotta Move, You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Happy, Tumbling Dice, It’s Only Rock’n Roll (But I Like It)

Disc 2:  Band Introduction, Fingerprint File, Wild Horses, That’s Life (Billy Preston), Outa-Space (Billy Preston), Brown Sugar, Midnight Rambler, Rip This Joint, Street Fighting Man, Jumpin’ Jack Flash

The Rolling Stones Exiles In Rubber City is a one disc title with the July 11th, 1972 in Akron, Ohio.

Opening, Brown Sugar, Bitch, Rocks Off, Gimme Shelter, Happy, Tumblin’ Dice, Love In Vain, Sweet Virginia, You Can’t Always Get What You Want, All Down The Line, Midnight Rambler, Band Intros, Bye Bye Johnny, Rip This Joint, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Street Fighting Man

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  1. Well, that’s cool news, especially the Atlanta show. Tarantura seems to be cranking out the Stones titles lately. Now, how about either of the sources that surfaced last year for the missing Bern ’73 show? Just a thought..

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