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New CDs announced today!

Led Zeppelin – Listen To This, Eddie: Mike Millard Master Tapes: New Edition (no label) is a 3CD set featuring the latest version of The Forum, Inglewood, CA on June 21st, 1977. The amount of titles issued for this recording lately is now bordering on ridiculous.

Led Zeppelin – Long Beach Arena 1975 1st Night: Mike Millard Master Cassettes: Flat Transfer (no label) is a 3CD set from Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA on March 11th, 1975.

Yes – Hollywood Bowl 1975: Mike Millard Master Tapes (Virtuoso 445/446) is a 2CD set from the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA on June 21st, 1975.

Pink Floyd – Paris 1977 3rd Night: FM Broadcast (Sigma 265) is a 2CD set from Pavillon de Paris, Paris, France on February 24th, 1977. This is sourced from the Radio Arancia FM Broadcast.

Van Halen – San Diego 1984 1st Night (Zodiac 425) is a 2CD set from the Sports Arena, San Diego, California on May 20th, 1984.

Tears For Fears – Cleveland 1990: Soundboard Master (Wardour-450) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio on February 12th, 1990. This is reportedly from the Pre-FM Master.

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6 comments

  1. The 1977 Pink Floyd “FM Broadcast” release is absolute shit. Terrible recording with people speaking in an unknown language while the band can be faintly heard playing in the background. Distorted, overloaded, thin, tinny, you name it. Nothing good to say about this garbage release. Please save your hard earned money.

    • Careful Axeman Eugene

      Thanks very much for the heads-up. I consider myself to be more of a boot “collector” rather than a boot “expert”, so isn’t it quite unusual for an audience recording to be used for a radio broadcast instead of a SBD? The release being just an audience recording & not SBD is a major reason why I avoided it to start with in the first place, and now the heads up re-affirms my decision.

      • Careful Axeman Eugene

        Come to think of it, I can’t even remember any radio broadcasts that were sourced from audience recordings. Can anybody think of examples? I’d appreciate it.

    • Careful Axeman Eugene

      Come to think of it, I can’t even remember any radio broadcasts that were sourced from audience recordings. Can anybody think of examples? I’d appreciate it.

    • A certain website was touting it as a decent release. I’m not surprised.

  2. “Tears For Fears – Cleveland 1990: Soundboard Master (Wardour-450)[…] This is reportedly from the Pre-FM Master.”

    No, this is a straight soundboard, not a recording ever intended for radio.

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