The Beatles – Abbey Road Original Japanese Reel-To-Reel: Second Edition (no label) is a single disc sourced from the “Reel-To-Reel, 7 1/2 ips, 4-Track (Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd, PXA-5031)”. This is reported to be transferred from a Japanese reel in better condition than the previous version, hence the “Second Edition” and not just a re-release.
The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band: Nimbus Supercut – PCS 7027 (no label) is a single disc sourced from LP. In 1984, it was a direct transfer from the extremely rare UK version “Nimbus Supercut”, which was released by mail order for readers of the audio magazines “Practical Hi-Fi” and “Hi-Fi Today” for the UK.
Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here: Nimbus Supercut – Harvest SHVL 814 (no label) is a single disc sourced from an LP produced in 1984. This was also only a special mail order for readers of the British audio magazines “Practical Hi-Fi” and “Hi-Fi Today”.
Pink Floyd – Sheffield 1970: 1st Gen (Sigma 271) is a 2CD set from City Hall, Sheffield, UK on December 22nd, 1970. This show is famous for including the rare track “Alan’s Psychedelic Breakfast”.
Whitesnake – Offenbach 1983 (Zodiac 440) is a 2CD set from Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany on January 20th, 1983.
Van Halen – Oklahoma Jam 1978 (Zodiac 441) is a single disc from Oklahoma Fairgrounds, Oklahoma City, OK on August 6th, 1978.
Well pretty much every title that comes out is labeled “perfect sound”. The new Pink Floyd Sheffield 1970 is an upgrade to the previous version thanks to a new transfer and mastering. Should be a nice release
This isn’t WGPSEC, but the Floyd show is listed as an upgrade with “ultimate sound”.