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New Stones, Pink Floyd, Genesis, Rainbow, & Motorhead

2枚組ベースA [更新済み]The Rolling Stones – Olympia 1995 (no label) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from L’Olympia, Paris, France on July 3rd, 1995.

PF TG-FPink Floyd – BBC Top Gear 1967 Upgrade (Sigma 149) is a single disc that features two early radio sessions. This features BBC Playhouse Theatre, London, UK on September 25th, 1967 (Broadcast October 1st, 1967) and BBC Media Vale Studios, London, UK on December 20th, 1967 (Broadcast December 31st, 1967). Most of this material was previously featured on BBC Archives 1967 – 1969 (Last Scream. PFBBC-67/6869) with the exception of “Apples And Oranges” (Broadcast 5th November 1967).

Pink Floyd – Los Angeles 1975 4th NightPink Floyd – Los Angeles 1975 4th Night (Sigma 148) is a triple disc from Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA on April 26th, 1975. This was previously released as Pink Millard (Sigma 31) which is now sold out.

GENESIS LIVE-FGenesis – Live: Test Pressing 2LP (Virtuoso 261) is a single disc stereo soundboard “Taken from the Dutch Philips test pressing 2LP” and contains recordings from De Montfort Hall, Leicester, UK on February 25th, 1973 and Free Trade Hall, Manchester UK on February 24th, 1973.

Rainbow – London 1983 1st NightRainbow – London 1983 1st Night (Darker Than Blue 213/214) is a 2CD set from Michael Sobell Sports Centre, Finsbury Park, London, UK on September 17th, 1983. This is “Taken from the original 3LP “Stargazer”(XL1585/86)” and comes with a Programme Replica for the first 100 sets.

Motorhead – First Ever Gig 1975Motorhead – First Ever Gig 1975 (Zodiac 166) is a single disc from the Roundhouse, London, England on July 20th, 1975.

MH LP10-FMotorhead – Loud Park 10: Lemmy’s Last Stand In Kobe (Zodiac 165) is a single disc from Kobe World Kinen Hall, Kobe, Japan on October 16th, 2010.

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  1. I’ve just bought the new Sigma LA Floyd, at a good price, so I’ll let YOU know how it compares. Interestingly, it is a 3CD set, that seems to match Highland’s ‘The Late Great Millard Tapes’ (Highland HL 644/645/646) – ‘Pink Millard’ (Sigma 31) is 2CD.

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    • Gloobey, eh?

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    • I hope they edited in the missing piece of Have A Cigar that isn’t on the original Millard tape.

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    • Did it come with the DVD?

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  2. Any of you good folks know whether Sigma’s Floyd’s LA 4th Night differs from in SQ from their own earlier ‘Pink Millard’? Thanks, in advance.

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  3. I’ve been waiting for that Genesis cd for years. Boot beats official again. I’ve got one on order, maybe I’ll write a review.

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