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New titles from Bob Dylan, The Police, U2, Black Sabbath, & Ozzy!

Bob Dylan – The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan Radio Station Disc & Sessions (no label) is a 2CD set featuring recordings from Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, NY on  April 24th & 25th, July 9th, October 26th, November 1st & 14th, and December 6th, 1962. Disc 1 contains the Radio Station Promo Disc Mono with the description “Test pressings and promotional albums for radio station, Columbia CL 1986 (mono) April 1963”. Disc 2 features sessions and outtakes.

Bob Dylan – Royal Festival Hall 1964 (no label) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from Royal Festival Hall, London, UK on May 17th, 1964 and has been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin”. This features two bonus tracks from BBC “Tonight” TV Programme, Broadcasted on May 12th, 1964 and ATV “Hallelujah” Programme, Recorded on May 14th, 1964 (never broadcast).

The Police – Pinkpop Festival 1979 (Wardour-522) is a single disc stereo soundboard from Burgemeester Damen Sportpark, Geleen, Netherlands on June 4th, 1979.

The Police – Paradiso 1979 (Wardour-523) is a single disc stereo soundboard from Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands on June 22nd, 1979.

The Police – Palladium 1979 (Wardour-524) is a single disc stereo soundboard from The Palladium, New York City, NY on November 29th, 1979.

U2 – Den Haag 1981 (Wardour-520) is a single disc stereo soundboard from Paard Van Troje, Den Haag, Netherlands on February 12th, 1981.

U2 – Malibu Night Club, Lido Beach 1981 (Wardour-521) is a single disc stereo soundboard from The Malibu Night Club, Lido Beach, New York on December 13th, 1981.

Black Sabbath – Eternal Void Of Doom: Definitive Edition (Zodiac 511) is a single disc from Falkoner Teatret, Copenhagen, Denmark on April 18th, 1971 and has been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin”.

Ozzy Osbourne – Speak Of The Devil: Ritz 1982 Complete 2022 Remaster (Zodiac 512) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from The Ritz, New York City, New York on September 26th & 27th, 1982. This has also been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin”.

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  1. Freewheelin' Bob!
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    • Definitive Freewheelin' collection?
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    This 2cd Freewheelin’ collection looks very promising. The no label people have already released a 1 cd compilation of the radio promo disc and outtakes, so I can only assume this is an expanded edition with improved mastering. No doubt the official Dylan ‘Bootleg Series’ will eventually cover these recording sessions, but until then this looks like the next best thing. Plus, there is always something cooler and more cutting edge about the bootleg version of such things! (The spirit of the ‘Great White Wonder’ lives on …)

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