New titles from Rising Arrow, Darker Than Blue, Zodiac, & no label!

The Beatles – Complete Recording Sessions Volume 0 (no label) is a single disc featuring recordings from June 1961-October 1962.

The Beatles – Complete Recording Sessions Volume 3 (no label) is a 2CD set featuring recordings from October 1964-June 1965.

Bob Dylan – More Mono Recordings (no label) is a 2CD set featuring “Rare Mono Mixes 1965-1967”.

Led Zeppelin – Gonzaga University 1968 (no label) is a single disc from Gonzaga University, Kennedy Pavilion, Spokane, WA on December 30th, 1968.

Led Zeppelin – Fort Worth 1973 (no label) is a 2CD set featuring the incomplete soundboard from Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX on May 19th, 1973.

Rainbow – Budokan 1976 Final Night (Rising Arrow-055) is a 2CD set from Budokan, Tokyo, Japan on December 16th, 1976. This comes with a Tour Programme Replica.

Rainbow – Definitive Budokan 1978 2nd Night (Rising Arrow-056) is a 2CD set from Budokan, Tokyo, Japan on January 22nd, 1978. This includes some bonus tracks on disc two from a new source.

Deep Purple – Brussels 1973 (Darker Than Blue 256) is a single disc recorded at Forest National, Brussels, Belgium on March 20th, 1973.

Black Sabbath – Definitive Hollywood Bowl 2016 (Zodiac 278) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from the Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA on September 19th, 2016. The end of disc two features some of the soundcheck.

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  1. Seems like the old Secret Trax series’ continue to be reissued…

    • Not strictly true as, looking at the track listings, there are little oddities peppered here and there between – It must be around 15, 16, 17 years since those Secret Trax releases anyway, there has to be a little something new by now.

  2. I’m not completely sure about, but I can’t seem to remember that particular Deep Purple show, on a date that’s exactly 29 years before an extremely beloved pet of mine (4-legged type) finally passed away (March 20th, 2002), being released before on factory-pressed original silver. So anybody know if in fact Darker Than Blue 256 is the show’s debut on factory-pressed original silver? Thanx.

    Also, how did Darker in Blue’s catalogue no. suddenly reach 256 already? Weren’t they only in the early 200’s just a few months ago?

    • Actually that particular Deep Purple show has been released before, in fact, on a rather obscure Deep Purple 1CD boot that I bought a few years ago for a rather cheap price…I’m referring to “Bruxelles 3.20.73” on the DP label, which has rather poor sound quality & doesn’t have the complete show (all the tracks). So hopefully this new Darker Than Blue version will be an upgrade not only in terms of length/completeness, but also sound quality as well.

      Also, I’ve checked Darker Than Blue’s latest catalogue numbers, and now they seem to make at least some (more) sense to me, although it still seems that some numbers were skipped…for whatever unknown reason(s).


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