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Pink Floyd – Hollywood Bowl 1972: Complete Edition (Sigma 202) is a 2CD set from the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA on September 22nd, 1972. This often reissued show is now released as a “3 source mix and matrix complete version”.

Pink Floyd – Tampa 1973 (Sigma 203) is a 2CD set from Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL on June 29th, 1973.

The Rolling Stones – Copenhagen 2017 (no label) is a 2CD set from Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark on October 3rd, 2017.

The Rolling Stones – Paris 2017 1st Night (no label) is a 2CD set from U Arena, Nanterre, France on October 19th, 2017.

The Rolling Stones – Philadelphia 2005 1st Night (no label) is a 2CD + DVD from Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, PA on October 10th, 2005.

The Rolling Stones – Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! Complete Edition (no label) is a single disc “2nd Press” featuring tracks recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY on November 27th & 28th, 1969 and the Civic Center, Baltimore, MD on November 26th, 1969.

Coverdale Page – Definitive Nagoya 1993 (Zodiac 279) is a triple disc from Aichiken-taiikukan, Nagoya, Japan on December 22nd, 1993. Disc three features “Soundcheck & Rehearsals: Japan Tour 1993”.

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  1. Pink Floyd – Tampa 1973 (Sigma 203) arrived this morning. VG+ sound, everybody being clear, but somewhat marred by talkers near the taper, one male, one female. They rarely shut up. Particularly noticeable during the quieter spots (STCFTHOTS, CWTAE, Echoes, much of the DSOTM), where you can actually make out what they’re saying. It’s as if they were in a bar, and Floyd were, to them, just the houseband. far less distracting when I’m not in the room, but a no-go with headphones, alas. I’m still pleased I bought it, and do recommend it, and it *is* a new gig for us, but oh! – those people!

  2. So, I finally got my copy of the Moonchild Records “Alt Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out” yesterday and did a quick comparison with my No label “Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out! Complete Edition”. I also checked the info on the DnC version on dbboots and all three seem to use the same sources for the songs with one exception. The Moonchild version does not include “Satisfaction” in the normal concert setlist but rather lists it as a bonus track and tacks it onto the end of the CD as the next to last track. Per the dbboots database, the Moonchild version of Satisfaction is from the 11/28 second show while the DNC and No Label version is from the 11/28 first show but I have not had time to do a critical listen to verify they are from different shows. Seems odd to me they did not keep it in the normal concert setlist sequence like the DnC and No Label. The song time lengths track pretty close for the No Label and Moonchild with some songs longer or shorter depending on the label. I am guessing this most likely has to do with the amount of crowd noise edited in between songs but again did not do a critical listen to verify this. One advantage the No Label has is SFTD and Midnight Rambler do indeed have the parts of the songs, which were edited out in the official release, spliced back in from a very clean Acetate. This results in the songs having at least 39 and 41 seconds more music content respectively than the DnC and Moonchild releases so we now have more complete songs. For this reason, and the fact that Satisfaction is out or order on the Moonchild release, I prefer No Label version over the other two. Both that I own sound excellent, and the Moonchild version does have 3 additional bonus tracks, so as a completest I am happy I got both versions.

    • Careful Axeman Eugene

      Thanks very much for the info. Now that I know that the “no label” version has approx. 80 seconds in SftD & Midnight Rambler that my Dog ‘N Cat & Moonchild versions don’t have, I could very well end up eventually adding the “no label” version to my collection if it hasn’t already sold out by then.

  3. Careful Axeman Eugene

    I got the Moonchild version of GYYYO almost 2 weeks ago, and it sounds awesome, very enjoyable & highly recommended, with no significant flaws or anything else objectionable that I can remember, but I didn’t make any direct comparison(s) to other versions of these particular recordings that I have in my personal CD collection. Total playing time is 79:22, which is coincidentally exactly the same length of Disc 2 of Wendy’s recently-released 2CD “Led Zeppelin III Sessions”. Disc 1 of the Zep 3 release by Wendy runs 28 seconds longer at 79:50.

  4. Thanks Classicrawker, I’ve been waiting to hear another voice on this release. I’m pleased to hear some feedback on it and look forward to your comments on comparison. I have the Moonchild release, I just haven’t had the time to devote to a closer comparison to the CV.

    • Careful Axeman Eugene

      …..Also, although I don’t know how they compare in sound quality, the Dog ‘N Cat version released several years ago runs approx. a minute & a half shorter than the new no label version (approx. 65:50 vs. 67:23). And I can’t remember anything about the old Dog ‘N Cat version to complain about…it was a great one itself.

      • The time diference may be due to the editing in the parts that were cut out of the official release. Based on the gigijapan info seems like there was 50 seconds or more added back in from a clean acetate to the No Label release but not sure if this was done on the Moonchild release? Maybe the old release did not edit in the additional material from the acetate?


        On the No label release it is very obvious where the acetate snippet starts and ends during SFTD as it has a rawer thinner sound then the regular official release but blends in nicely to give us a complete song.

        When I was looking for the old DnC version I asked my usual vendor in Japan if he could find me a copy. He told me he checked with the DnC label people and they denied that release was a DnC. They may have just been nervous to admit it was their title because they used the official release versions to create the proper track order version so who knows if they were telling the truth.

  5. I was never able to find a copy of the alleged VGP/DNC label Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out Complete release so was excited to grab a copy of the No Label 1st pressing. I am very pleased with this release as it sounds fantastic. Someone did an excellent job putting the official releases tracks in a proper concert setlist order. They also fixed some of the official release edits using a clean copy of the Acetate, like the edited 4th verse of Sympathy for the Devil. I have copy of the Moonchild release coming so will compare the two when it arrives. If you always wanted a GYYO with the tracks properly ordered I highly recommend this No Label release.

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