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New releases from The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, & Thin Lizzy!

The Rolling Stones – Boston 1972 (no label) is a 2CD set from the Boston Garden, Boston, MA on July 18th & 19th, 1972. Disc one is based on a stereo audience source from the 18th while the second disc features a mono audience source for the 19th.

The Rolling Stones – Edinburgh 2018 (no label) is a 2CD set from Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland on June 9th, 2018.

Pink Floyd – Chicago 1971 (Sigma 217) is a 2CD set from Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL on October 27th, 1971.

Pink Floyd – Best Of North American Tour 1977 (Sigma 218) is a 3CD set featuring a mix of shows from Miami, Fort Worth, Oakland, New York, and Montreal. A note from the label reads “This set is assembled to be a definitive 1977 tour album with some of the best performances from the North American 1977 tour featuring consistent high fidelity and discreet surround sound as heard at the original shows”.

Thin Lizzy – Tokyo 1980 2nd Night (Zodiac 310) is a 2CD stereo soundboard recorded at Nakano Sunplaza, Tokyo, Japan on September 25th, 1980.

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  1. Careful Axeman Eugene

    Has anybody heard the Pink Floyd 3CD “Oakland 1977” on the Shakuntala label? How does it compare to the very best and/or latest versions by Sigma? Thanks to anybody who could let us know.

    • Careful Axeman Eugene

      I’ve now heard the Shakuntala version, and if it’s inferior at all to “Definitive Oakland 1977” (Sigma 190) or “Definitive Oakland” (Sigma 37), then it must be by only a very tiny bit, as I couldn’t notice any differences.

  2. Careful Axeman Eugene

    Thanks for that. Sigma’s “Chicago 1971” doesn’t give any description of its sound quality, which seems somewhat odd for an audience recording, and instead simply says “upgrade”. An upgrade of what? I don’t know of any previous releases on factory-pressed original silver, as the only previous releases that I know of were of the professional CD-R type.

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