Tarantura has released three new titles this week. George Harrison with Eric Clapton Legends In The Material World is a three disc set with the December 17th, 1991 Tokyo show from a new tape source together with a bonus disc interesting material.
Perhaps Tarantura’s most interesting release, Moody Blues Cosmic Factory is an audience tape with the January 18th, 1974 show in Budokan, Tokyo. There haven’t been many Moody Blues silvers released and this promises to be a great release for progressive rock fans.
Led Zeppelin Walk Don’t Run is a four disc box set with Zeppelin’s two Los Angeles shows in 1971.
Queen Mr. Fahrenheit on Wardour is a two disc audience recording of the April 28th, 1979 show in Nagoya. This label has covered the Killers tour in Japan fairly well and this will rank up there with the other great releases.
And since we’ve been discussing Pink Floyd’s Wall shows in New York, Sigma offer a four disc set called Your Favorite Disguise. This has the February 26th and February 28th, 1980 Nassau Coliseum shows in an awesome looking package. And I’m sure Plomerus will be over this like white on rice and let’s hope this is the definitive edition of the mind blowing February 28th tape.
Thinman return with two 3CD sets from when Dylan “suddenly shifted gears.” Someone’s Distant Cry captures two shows from February, 1999. The first concert is from Stabler Arena at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA February 18, 1999 and the second is from the following night, several hours north at the Broome County Arena in Binghampton on February 19th.
Up And Down The Neon Block is another 3CD that has three shows: March 1st, 1999 at the Rio Suite Hotel And Casino in Las Vegas, March 2nd at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, and bonus tracks from the July 31st show at Jones Beach on Long Island.
And finally, Pink Floyd U.S. Wall is a one DVD title with the Nassau Coliseum show on February 27th, 1980 in what promises to be the best available quality.If you liked this review, buy me a cup of joe. (Suggested: $3 a shot or $7.5 for a double) New releases,