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Led Zeppelin - Chatenay-Malabry 1969

Led Zeppelin – Chatenay-Malabry 1969 (no label) is the recently discovered tape from Paris, France on December 6th, 1969. This contains a remaster and an original master version on 4CD.

Rolling Stones - Get Off Of My Stone

The Rolling Stones – Get Off Of My Stone (no label) is a 4CD set containing the Zurich, Switzerland show on June 15th, 1976 from two different sources. The original LP remaster and a tape source.

Metallica - And Justice For Dallas

Metallica – …And Justice For Dallas (Zodiac 013) is a 2CD soundboard from the Reunion in Dallas, TX on February 5th, 1989.

Kiss - Revenge In Dayton

Kiss – Revenge In Dayton (Zodiac 014) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from November 25th, 1992 in Dayton, Ohio.

Rod Stewart - Budokan 1981 FM

Rod Stewart – Budokan 1981: FM Live Special (Calm & Storm 048) is a single disc with the May 12th, 1981 broadcast from Tokyo, Japan.

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4 comments

  1. And another 4CD version on the way from the Graf Zeppelin label….who wants to be a completist?

  2. Slight correction here…Akashic title ad says “100% surface noise removed!!!”

  3. Yeah and now Wendy are coming out with their release of the new Zep tape and adding ‘bonus’ tracks from the Nov 5, 1969 show in Kansas where the band had to play on borrowed instruments because their equipment had already been sent to San Francisco for the Winterland shows.
    Maybe the ‘No Label’ release is just going to be a copy of the Akashic release announced as having a noise reduction feasture and the Boleskine release.

  4. Quite a clamour to release the new Zep tape from Paris…The EV is already out and Akashic and Boleskine House versions are also coming. I like the “No Label” releases but having two versions in one package smacks of opportunism to say the least….shame.

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