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New releases from Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, & Kiss!

Led Zeppelin – Winterland 1969 1st Night (no label) is a 4CD set containing two sources for Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA on November 6th, 1969.

The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Royal Albert Hall 1969 2nd Night Complete (no label) is a 3CD stereo soundboard from the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK on February 24th, 1969. The main show is featured on the first two discs with the soundcheck on disc three. This set has been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin” and features two different covers.

Jimi Hendrix – L.A. Forum 1970 (no label) is a 2CD set from The Forum, Inglewood, CA on April 25th, 1970. This has also been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin” and has two different covers to choose from.

The Beatles – A Hard Day’s Night 2022 Stereo Remix (no label) is a single disc featuring a 2022 remix plus bonus tracks.

The Beatles – Beatles For Sale 2022 Stereo Remix (no label) is a single disc featuring a 2022 remix plus bonus tracks.

Kiss – Toronto 1984 Soundboard (Zodiac 560) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON, Canada on March 15th, 1984 and is listed as “New Source”.

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  1. Definitive Royal Albert Hall
    • Pros
    • Complete soundboard plus soundcheck
    • Cons
    • None.

    The ‘no label’ crew continue their excellent run of recent Hendrix releases with this 3 cd edition of the Royal Albert gig. No doubt the official Hendrix corporation will release their own version of this show soon, but I bet it won’t include the soundcheck. The ‘no label’ crew consistently manage to combine top quality tapes, artwork, and choice of shows for their Hendrix catalogue (the ‘Complete Woodstock’ release a few years back was incredible). Great work!

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