New releases featuring The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Whitesnake, & Van Halen!

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.

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  1. 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

  2. This isn’t WGPSEC, but the Floyd show is listed as an upgrade with “ultimate sound”.


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