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Jimi Hendrix – Naked Ladyland (Original Master Series OMS 153 – 158)

Jimi Hendrix – Naked Ladyland (Original Master Series OMS 153 – 158)

Naked Ladyland (Original Master Series OMS 153 – 158) Disc 1: (79:38) My Friend #1-2, Little Miss Strange #1, 1983… (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) #1, Somewhere #1-5, Long Hot Summer Night #1-2, Little Miss Strange #2-4, 1983… (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) #2-3, Gypsy Eyes #1-2, Walking Through The... Read On

Neil Young – Decades (Original Masters Series OMS:123 – 138)

Neil Young – Decades (Original Masters Series OMS:123 – 138)

Decades (Original Masters Series OMS:123 – 138) Neil Young Decades is one of the most ambitious Young bootlegs to be produced.  It’s a project to collect his more interesting songs in various arrangements collated from the vast archive of live tapes.  OMS state on the cover of the box th... Read On

Led Zeppelin – Ultimate Mudslide (OMS-004)

Led Zeppelin – Ultimate Mudslide (OMS-004)

Ultimate Mudslide.Pb (OMS-004 Original Master Series) Pacific Coliseum-Vancouver,B.C. Canada March 21,1970 This reportedly is the original vinyl restoration with the tracks sequenced properly. Track listing: We’re Gonna Groove,Heartbreaker,Since I’ve Been Loving You, Organ Solo,Thank You,What is and... Read On

The Rolling Stones – Complete Woodstock Tapes (Original Master Series OMS:001-4)

The Rolling Stones – Complete Woodstock Tapes (Original Master Series OMS:001-4)

Complete Woodstock Tapes (Original Master Series OMS:001-4) (outer slip cover) The Rolling Stones finished recording and mixing Some Girls in March 1978.  Rehearsals for their first US tour in three years began close to two months later in the end of May.  The band gathered at Bearsville Studios in ... Read On

Roger Waters – Lunatics Again (Original Master Series OMS 061-065)

Roger Waters – Lunatics Again (Original Master Series OMS 061-065)

Lunatics Again (Original Master Series OMS 061-065) Lunatics Again is an ambitious set of four audio discs with a DVD.  The title and front cover suggests many reunions between Roger Waters, David Gilmour and Pink Floyd, but the paucity of actual reunions in the past thirty years really prevents thi... Read On