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The Who Over The Weekendis a two disc no label release from the Odeon Cinema in Newcastle on October 30th, 1971, the day Who’s Next was released.  

Black Sabbath Definitely Forbidden (Shades 149) is a three disc set.  The first two cover their set at the Karlshamn Rock Festival in Bellevueparken, Sweden on June 16th, 1995.  The third disc is a rough mix of the Forbidden album from Cozy Powell’s tape.  

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    aleebee says
    November 3, 2009, 2:14 pm

    Re the Sabbath title, Presumably this is a return to silver for Shades, who, after a promising start, mostly went down the CDR route. Great shame. Langley did a ‘Forbidden Rough Mix’ (from Cozy’s tape) and it is very little different to the actual studio album; for me it all depends on the quality of the live recording as to whether I go for this title.

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    LZJoker says
    November 3, 2009, 10:15 am

    Wonder if they used my Remaster of the Odeon 71, was just thinking of going back to it and redoing it this weekend.

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