Eric Clapton – Rare Sessions (Beano-108) is a 4CD set of Ultimate Rare Live Tracks 1969-2000. This features a variety of special appearances, jams, soundtracks, and studio outtakes and come from soundboard sources.
Eric Clapton – Unreleased Live Album From 1986/1987 (Beano-109) is a 2CD set that contains a collection of professionally recorded live tracks during the August tour presumably for an aborted live album.
Pink Floyd – Santa Monica October 1970 (Sigma 130) is a 2CD set from Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA on October 23rd, 1970. Listed as a “Huge Upgrade”, the label previously released this as Creatures Of The Deep (Sigma 39).
The Beatles – Live At Shea-Stadium 1964 (no label) is a single disc that features Offshore Records OG-718, Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA on August 23rd, 1964. Even with three bonus tracks the running time is just under 29 minutes.
Led Zeppelin – IV: Original US Reel To Reel (no label) is a single disc “Taken from the original US Reel To Reel 7 1/2 ips (M7208)”.
Aerosmith – Texxas Jam ’78 (no label) is a single DVD from the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas on July 1st, 1978. This is “Taken from the original Japanese laser disc(35LP 133)”.
Re. the Beatles title, I had just reviewed the complete Japan OG label titles (which also released titles by Clapton and Pink Floyd) – interesting to see this now on CD.
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From what i have seen, the new Pink Floyd Santa Monica title has Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, a song that has not circulated on other releases. I wonder if this is legitimate ? I may get suckered into getting the “huge upgrade”