New titles from Cream, Clapton, Dylan, Pink Floyd, & David Bowie

CREAM W68-FCream – Final Winterland 1968 (Beano-129) is a 2CD soundboard from Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA on March 10th, 1968.

EC BS-FEric Clapton – Bonner Springs 1985 (Beano-130) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from Sandstone Amphitheater, Bonner Springs, Kansas on July 9th, 1985.

Pink Floyd – Gothenburg 1970Pink Floyd – Gothenburg 1970 (Sigma 156) is a 2CD set from Konserthuset, Gothenburg, Sweden on November 11th, 1970.

BD DUBLIN-FBob Dylan – Dublin Final 1995 (no label) is a 2CD set from The Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland on April 11th, 1995. This show features guests Carole King, Van Morrison, and Elvis Costello during the second half of the evening.

BD 2001-FBob Dylan – 2001 First Show (Zion-085) is a 2CD set from Omiya Sonic City, Saitama, Japan on February 25th, 2001.

DB H02-FDavid Bowie – The Final Night At Hammersmith 2002 (Wardour-190) is a four disc set that features the show from the Carling Apollo, Hammersmith, London, UK on October 2nd, 2002 on the first three discs. The fourth disc is a stereo soundboard from BBC Maida Vale Studio 3, London, UK recorded on September 18th, 2002 and broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on October 5th, 2002.

DB SM72-FDavid Bowie – Live Santa Monica ’72: UK Advance/Promotional CD (no label) is a single disc stereo soundboard from Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA on October 20th, 1972.

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  1. Has anybody, such as that “Slowhander” guy in Spain, heard that Clapton 2CD “Bonner Springs 1985” by Beano? How much of an upgrade in sound quality, if it’s actually an upgrade at all, does it have over the old Silver Rarities release “Kansas City Rocks” (Clapton 2CD)? I found “KCR” rather disappointing due to it, although being a soundboard, sounding rather muffled & not very crisp, so any helpful comments will be greatly well-appreciated…THANKS!

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  2. Beware of forthcoming Sigma’s release of that show. They have taken it from remastered (ie. heavily tweaked and processed) transfer made by some kid over the forums.

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  3. I am anxiously awaiting my copy of Gothenburg…thanks for the preview Axeman

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  4. Pink Floyd’s “Gothenburg 1970” sounds pretty good, but somewhat bass-heavy, and Disc 2 is plagued by some rather unfortunate cuts or edits, especially and most notably “Green is the Colour” being just a 51-second snippet that ends before the vocals even start, and “Saucerful of Secrets”, as is so often the case very unfortunately, ends (very) prematurely…somewhere in the “Syncopated Pandemonium” part, just 5:49 into the track. the very beginning of “Saucerful” is also missing. but these shortcomings on Disc 2 weren’t very surprising since i had already known beforehand that the disc runs less than 40 minutes long, which is very short for its track listing. i had been hoping, however unlikely it would have been, that it was just an error or typo or whatever else kind of mistake, but in fact it turned out to be just 39:46, due to the very unfortunate cuts or edits.

    also, on Cream’s “Final Winterland 1968”, the very last track, “I’m So Glad”, cuts out at just 1:33 into it, but otherwise it’s a very enjoyable soundboard recording that sounds great.

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  5. ….it is time for a respectable silver edition of Pink Floyd “Brighton 1972” and “St.Louis 1973″…..

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  6. I have been waiting for the Floyd Gothenburg title to appear , the recording which began to widley circulate a few months back is very good yet throws the date of the recording that was formerly believed to be from this date in question, the old “Pictures of Pink Floyd” LP. Nov 1970 is a great period for the band and this should be a nice addition to the collection

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