New Titles From Led Zeppelin, Rainbow, & Iron Maiden

Led Zeppelin – Royal Albert Hall 1970Led Zeppelin – Royal Albert Hall 1970 (no label) is a 5CD + DVD from the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK on January 9th, 1970. CDs one and two contain the “Multitrack Recording”, CDs three and four contain the “Multitrack Recording with added in-between chatter filler”, and CD five features the “BBC AM Broadcast”. The 100 minute accompanying DVD includes Alternate Footage, Single Camera Footage (fragments), and Official Cut Analysis (multi-angle comparison).

ZEP H70-FLed Zeppelin – Hamburg 1970 1st Night (no label) is a 2CD set from Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany on March 10th, 1970.

RAINBOW B81-FRainbow – Definitive Boston 1981 (Darker Than Blue 203/204) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from the Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA on May 7th, 1981.

Rainbow – Hammersmith 1981 1st NightRainbow – Hammersmith 1981 1st Night (Darker Than Blue 205/206) is a 2CD set from Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK on July 26th, 1981.

IM DLK-FIron Maiden – Definitive Live Killers (Zodiac 163) is a single disc stereo soundboard sourced from an FM Broadcast of the Nakano Sunplaza, Tokyo, Japan concert from May 24th, 1981 Evening Show.

Iron Maiden – Killer Gig With DickinsonIron Maiden – Killer Gig With Dickinson (Zodiac 165) is a 2CD set from Palalido, Milan, Italy on October 30th, 1981. This also has three bonus tracks featuring “Dickinson’s Audition Tapes”.

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  1. Very interested in the Rainbow ‘Definitive Boston 1981’. I have 3 versions of this – ‘More Coloured Rainbow’ (CD Bondage Music BON069), ‘Real Complete Boston 1981’ (2CDR Lost and Found LAF 356/537/538), and ‘Ultimate Surrender’ (2CD Power Gate-251). All are excellent sound. The Lost and Found title has the best sound, to my ears, but, being Lost and Found, it is 2CDR. ‘Ultimate Surrender’ is on silvers, but commits the cardinal sin of swapping the keyboards and guitar channels – it simply does not sound right with Mr B coming out of the left speaker/ headphone.

    I am not familiar with the Hammersmith July 26th tape. The 27th is available as an incomplete soundboard (‘Outrage’ , on Darker Than Blue being the best version I have heard). The 26th does not mention it being SB, so I assume it is not. It is described as having ‘Truly perfect sound’, but I’ve been stung on that before.


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