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 U.K. Paris Incident (Virtuoso 103/104) is a 2CD set containing a show from Le Stadium, Paris, France on March 13th, 1979.  This is the UK line up with former Frank Zappa drummer Terry Bozzio. 

Pink Floyd Too Late For Mind Expanding (no label) is a 2CD set with the November 21st, 1970 Montreux tape, the same show which was released on Victor’s Montreux last year.  The label claims this is the same tape but remastered and runs at the correct speed.

Whitesnake Last Hurrah…In Tokyo (Shades 300) is a 2CD title with the September 16th, 1997 show in Shinjuku Koseinenkin Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan. 

The Who Concert For The People Of Kampuchea (King Snake KS-025) is the first release on DVD of The Who’s set on December 28th, 1979 at the Hammersmith Odeon.  It is a stunning 152 minute pro-shot production in full color.

And finally, two new Beatles titles are coming out on His Master’s Choice in both CD and LP formats. 

The Beatles Unforgettable A.K.A. The McCartney Christmas Album (HMC 011), and

Christmas Album (HMC 012) which contains 26 minutes of new Christmas outtakes.

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    Hager says
    February 1, 2011, 4:14 am

    Nice to see some material from the remarkable Kampuchea concerts being released. It’s amazing that more hasn’t been issued from those shows, being a final period in John Bonham’s stage life, so one can only hope that this is a signal of more to come.

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    January 31, 2011, 8:31 pm

    i’ve been told by DLee, who may eventually resume posting here but has no plans in particular at this time, that the Floyd Too Late For Mind Expanding also includes (contains) Careful W/ That Axe, Eugene…whereas Victor’s Montreux did or does not. and we can’t help but wonder if the label is really just Sigma

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