The Tarantura label ramp up productivity and have released 3 new releases this week.
First up is a releases on their ‘Nice Price’ imprint, “Matching Head”, a Deep Purple release from Gaelic Park, Riverdale, NY, USA. originally released by the label as “Machine Head” from the tour of the same name. This particular show was recorded on the 31st August 1972.
“The Day of Tony’s Illness” is a Black Sabbath offering from Tuesday, 18th Nov. 1980 at the Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan. Recorded by Mr. Peach.
The show was aborted after only 70 minutes due to Tony Iommi’s illness, the same illness that helped cancel the following nights show too.
The final release is a Beatles release – a version of an old TMOQ LP “Peace Of Mind” – complete with a booklet, picture disk and era styled sleeve. It contains nothing new but the best available version of this old LP for collectors.
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