Led Zeppelin – L.A. Forum 1971 1st Night: 3 Source Mix (no label) is a 2CD set from The Forum, Inglewood, CA on August 21st, 1971.
Led Zeppelin – L.A. Forum 1977 4th Night: Mike Millard Master Tapes (no label) is a 3CD set from The Forum, Inglewood, CA on June 25th, 1977.
The Rolling Stones – Berlin 2022 (no label) is a 2CD set from Waldbuhne, Berlin, Germany on August 3rd, 2022.
Olivia Newton-John – Nagoya 2003 (Zion-216) is a 2CD set from Aichi Prefectural Art Theater, Nagoya, Japan on April 2nd, 2003.
Olivia Newton-John – Tokyo 2015 1st Night: Front Row (Zion-215) is a 2CD set from Orchard Hall, Tokyo, Japan on April 27th, 2015.
Genesis – Dijon 1978 Raw Master (Virtuoso 478/479) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from Palais des Sports, Dijon, France on June 3rd, 1978 and has been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin”.
Aerosmith – Definitive Boston 1978 (Zodiac 528) is a single disc stereo soundboard from the Music Hall, Boston, MA on March 28th, 1978. This is “Taken from the WBCN FM Broadcast 10.5″ Reel Master” and has been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin”.
Ozzy Osbourne – Cry Wolf: Stockholm 1983 (Zodiac 527) is a single disc from Draken, Stockholm, Sweden on December 6th, 1983.
I actually did not download the recent Millard 6/25/77 recording. It came in 2 versions, one a flat transfer and one with remastering by dadgad. All of the Millard Zep recordings that have surfaced are from master cassette to DAT tapes done nearly 20 years ago so really do not have modern transfers. The quality of existing circulating sources of the Millard Zep tapes is so high, what we have found out is that there is no significant upgrades to these sources. Its really a testament to not only Millard’s recordings but the high quality of many of the copies he traded. Millard was certainly an audiophile
I plan on getting the Graf Zeppelin Celebratory Night for Badgeholding title that features both flat and dadgad versions.
Thanks for your detailed clarification, Relayer67. I agree about the high quality of Millard’s tapes. Quite extraordinary! I think I will seek out the Graf Zeppelin edition of this show you mentioned. In terms of sound quality, mastering, and artwork they are a hard label to beat.
The Argenteum Astrum website states that the first gen tape used for the new no label Zep 6/25/77 cd actually sounds inferior to circulating 2nd gen copies used for previous titles. Can anyone confirm or comment on this point? Cheers!