Black Sabbath – Definitive Montreux 1970 (Zodiac 337) is a single disc stereo soundboard from Montreux Casino, Montreux, Switzerland on August 31st, 1970. Zodiac previously issued this about four years ago as Definitive Montreux 1970 (Zodiac 116) with a different cover.
Black Sabbath – Definitive Hartford 1980 (Zodiac 335) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from the Hartford Civic Arena, Hartford, CT on August 10th, 1980. This contains bonus material from “US Tour in August 1980 (from Cozy Tape)” and “Children Of The Sea” from Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK on May 8th, 1980. The Hartford concert was previously released as Children Of The Black: Definitive Edition (Zodiac 011) including the Hammersmith track.
Black Sabbath – The Legendary Masters 1983 (Zodiac 336) is a 2CD set featuring demos and a live concert from the Ian Gillan era. Disc one is titled “The Manor Tape Demos” and contains Born Again Unmixed Demos recorded at the Manor Studio 1983. Disc two is titled “Captured Live Pre-FM Master” and features a stereo soundboard from The Centrum, Worcester, MA on November 4th, 1983.
Whitesnake – Box ‘O’ Snakes: The Test Master (no label) is a 2CD + DVD. Disc one is a stereo soundboard from the Reading Festival, England on August 26th, 1979 and disc two is a stereo soundboard from the Reading Festival, England on August 24th, 1980. The Dual Layer DVD features Promo Videos 1978-1982, Old Grey Whistle Test, Top Of The Pops, and a concert from The Capital Center, Landover, MD on October 5th, 1980.
Whitesnake – Super Rock ’84 In Japan: Seibu Stadium (no label) is a pro-shot 3DVD set from Seibu Stadium, Saitama, Japan on August 11th & 12th, 1984. Disc 1 is from August 11th, 1984 and is taken from the original PAL Beta Video Tape (Sony L-750) which belonged to Cozy Powell and Disc 2 features August 12th, 1984. Disc 3 is taken from the original Japanese Laser Disc Super Rock ’84 In Japan (78C58-6092) and contains a slightly edited version of Seibu Stadium, Saitama, Japan from August 11th, 1984. This looks like a re-release of Super Rock ’84 In Japan: 30th Anniversary Edition from 2014 with a new cover.