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New releases on Sigma, Wardour, Zion, & no label!

Led Zeppelin – Fillmore West 1969 Day 4 (no label) is a single disc from the Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA on January 12th, 1969.

Pink Floyd – Melbourne 1971 (Sigma 284) is a 2CD set from Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia on August 13th, 1971.

Bob Dylan & The Band – Hollywood Sportatorium 1974 Revisited (Zion-199) is a 2CD set from the Hollywood Sportatorium, Hollywood, Florida on January 19th, 1974 Afternoon Show. This features bonus tracks from Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois on January 3rd, 1974 and Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee on January 23rd, 1974. To top it all off this was remastered by Graf Zeppelin.

Eric Clapton – Tour 1974 (no label) is a 2CD set from Koseinenkin Kaikan, Osaka, Japan on November 5th, 1974. This is “Taken from the original 2LP Records (SOS RECORDS SOS 101/102/103/104: OG 824/825)”.

David Bowie – Dodger Stadium 1990: Mike Millard Master Tapes (Wardour-487) is a 2CD set from Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA on May 26th, 1990.

Jeff Beck – Nagoya 1999 DAT Master (Wardour-488) is a 2CD set from Aichi Kouseinenkin Kaikan, Nagoya, Japan on May 26th, 1999.

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One comment

  1. Careful Axeman Eugene

    The Floyd-in-Australia ’71 2CD (Sigma 284) is quite impressive & recommended, but the very sad part is how “Saucerful of Secrets”, like so many other versions of ASoS in 1971-72, ends prematurely (or has a breakdown/interruption in other cases, like the Sheffield 1970 show), after only approx. 5:45, but that’s how it also was on all previously released versions, so I wasn’t exactly expecting anything more or better. Disc 1 is approx. 55:49, & Disc 2 is approx. only 34:21, but still a very good release.

    On an unrelated question, anybody know when The Jimi Hendrix Experience, while performing “Purple Haze” in early 1968, switched from a slow or medium guitar intro (just the first few seconds) to a faster one? I very much prefer the slower one rather than the faster one, which almost nearly ruins the whole song for me. Was it sometime after March ’68? Or was it actually in February ’68? Can anybody possibly even pinpoint the exact date of the particular show when the intro was sped up for the first time, or the date of the show when it was played at regular speed for the last time? Thanks.

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