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

The Beatles – From Me To You Session: In Spectral Stereo (no label) is a single disc featuring a session recorded at EMI Studios, London, UK on March 5th, 1963.

The Beatles – At The Hollywood Bowl: Original Japanese Cassette Tape (no label) is a single disc “Taken from the original Japanese cassette tape (EAZA-3668)”.

Pink Floyd – Toledo 1971 (Sigma 234) is a 2CD set from the Fieldhouse, University Of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio on October 31st, 1971.

Free – Santa Monica 1971 (Wardour-376) is a 2CD set containing two shows. Disc one features a soundboard recording from the Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA on January 22nd, 1971 sourced from a KUSC FM Broadcast. Disc two features an original audience recording from the Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA on January 16th, 1971 (Taken from the original master cassette tape “Scotch 272 C-90 3M”).

Rod Stewart & Faces – Last Concert: Japanese Laser Disc Edition (no label) is a single pro-shot DVD from the Gaumont State Theatre, London, England on December 23rd, 1974. This is “Taken from the original Japanese Laser Disc (COLY-3166)” and features special guest Keith Richards on a few tracks.

Iron Maiden – Rock In Rio Brasil 2019 (Zodiac 353) is a single pro-shot DVD from Parque Olimpico, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on October 4th, 2019. This also contains two bonus tracks from the Legacy of the Beast Tour 2018.

Iron Maiden – Slavery Master: Milwaukee 1984 (Zodiac 002) is a 2CD set from Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, Wisconsin on December 19th, 1984 with bonus material from Espace Ballard, Paris, France on October 29th, 1984 sourced from an FM Broadcast recording. This is a special re-release with new artwork, hence the low catalog number.

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  1. Also, that Hollywood Bowl release – Really scraping the barrel, isn’t it?

  2. I’ve still to sit down properly with the spectral stereo goodies that Lord Reith has been dropping but I’ve only really heard good things about them. The mono recordings still sound sharp to me, I wonder how much better these stereo parsings can sound.


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