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The Rolling Stones – Atlanta 1989 (no label) is a four disc set featuring two different recordings from Grant Field, Atlanta, GA on November 21st, 1989.

Paul McCartney & Wings – Birmingham 1975 (no label) is a 2CD set from the Hippodrome, Birmingham, UK on September 13th, 1975.

Bob Dylan Feat. Mick Taylor – The Essential 1984 Tour Rehearsals (Zion-111) is a 2CD stereo soundboard recorded at the Beverly Theater in Los Angeles, CA on May 23rd, 1984.

Bob Dylan Feat. Mick Taylor – Rome 1984 1st Night (Zion-112) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from Roma Palaeur, Rome, Italy on June 19th, 1984 and features bonus tracks from June 20th, 1984 at the same venue. Carlos Santana is also featured on some tracks from both shows.

Pink Floyd – Earls Court 1973 2nd Night (Sigma 191) is a 2CD set from Earls Court Exhibition Hall, London, UK on May 19th, 1973.

Robin Trower – Pop Spectacular: BBC 1975 (Wardour-243) is a single disc stereo soundboard from the Paris Theatre, London, UK on January 29th, 1975. This is “Taken from the original BBC Transcription Services (CN 2221/SQ)”.

The Police – Tokyo Dome 2008 2nd Night (Wardour-242) is a 2CD set from the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan on February 14th, 2008.

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5 comments

  1. The Floyd Earls Court is certainly from a new transfer of a 1st gen recently torrented on Yeeshkul. I would not be surprised to see the first night see a “new” release as well. Hopefully they put out the recently updated Birmingham Feb 11, 1970, that is quite a nice upgrade.

  2. Not just you aleebee. I am having the same issues and I believe a few of the other writers are too. We are not seeing any cover scans and the side posts under the login are not up to date (some are from 2016), yet the “Timeline” under that is correct. Very strange!

    As far as the Floyd is concerned…even though I collect almost everything PF, I have stopped buying the re-hash unless I get a confirmation from a trusted source that it is indeed a worthwhile upgrade.

    • from what I understand the mid levels are better than sigma-11. perhaps a slight increase in sound quality. I’m keeping my older sigma release, however. same thing with the new Oakland release. I can’t keep buying yet another re-release just for a slight improvement in sound quality. My rule is if it doesn’t say “ULTIMATE SOUND” or “TRULY PERFECT SOUND” don’t bother. treat yourself to a nice dinner instead.

  3. Odd indeed, even though it is often hyperbole.

    On another note, neither with Firefox nor IE-whatever-version-it-is-now am I seeing any pictures. Just me?

  4. Careful Axeman Eugene

    As is the case occasionally on one of their newest releases, I couldn’t help but notice that the “Litehouse” site makes no mention whatsoever about that Pink Floyd 1973 recording being an upgrade of any kind or having anything like “ULTIMATE SOUND” or “TRULY PERFECT SOUND” or whatever. Although I tend to be rather suspicious whenever they use such exaggerated descriptions, I’m just as suspicious, possibly even more suspicious, whenever they don’t even say anything like that at all. If it were a significant upgrade or has such awesome sound quality, then it’s very very unlikely that they would somehow neglect or fail to mention it!

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