Led Zeppelin The American Return (GR 478/479/480) contains the March 11th, 1975 Long Beach soundboard that surfaced last year. This version is speed corrected making it definitive.
Pink Floyd Eclipsed By The Dome (GR 481/482) is the silver pressed debut of the June 28th, 1972 show in the Brighton Dome.
Syd Barrett Psychedelic Freak Out (GR 483) contains various Barrett rarities.
John Lennon Well…Well…Sleeping Into A New York City Step (GR 484/485) is a two disc collection of Lennon demo, jams and rehearsals.
AC/DC Monsters Of Rock 1984 (GR 486) contains the September 7th, 1984 Turin, Italy show.
Bruce Springsteen Spare Works (GR 487) contains highlights from Working On A Dream tour covers.
U2 Wembley Station(GR 488) contains the BBC Radio 2 Broadcast, December 21, 2009 of the August 15th Wembley show.
On DVD, U2 Gimme Shelter (AS 186) contains various TV appearances from 2009.
Bruce Springsteen The Night He Went Down To The River (AS 187) has an audience film from Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, November 8, 2009
Dog N Cat continue their production with The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie (DAC-100). This is a two CD set containing the October 10th, 1973 Essen, Germany show. The first disc has the vinyl source and disc two the complete source.
Yes – Thanks, as I certainly know what you mean, but I already knew about those, as there’s even a response by myself there. Those aren’t rarities anymore, or at least not the type of rarities that I meant, which was more of the various types that usually tend to be gathered to be put on compilations. Thanks again (anyway) for the suggestion.
Check out News & New Relases for 10 March for Godfather’s Waters release “The London Rehearsals.”
Just got the Syd Barrett “Psych. Freak Out” today, my first Barrett boot CD, and as expected, it’s excellent – highly recommended. Total playing time is approx. 79:27. It’s cool to see a boot CD label doing audio rarities of a P. Floyd member’s career. So now why can’t any boot CD label do likewise for the career of Roger Waters?
Hitting new levels of redundancy! Ladies and Gentlemen — the Dog N’ Cat label!