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The Beatles – Live At Budokan 1966 Definitive Edition (no label) is a pro-shot triple DVD set covering June 30th & July 1st (Afternoon Show), 1966 at the Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. In addition to the two shows, this also features a bunch of extras including airport footage, press conferences, and documentaries.

Paul McCartney – Live From NYC 2018 (no label) is a single pro-shot DVD from Vanderbilt Hall, Grand Central Station, New York City, New York on September 7th, 2018. This also features a few extras including the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, New York City, New York on September 6th, 2018.

The California Live – Yokohama Stadium 1981 (Zion-134) is a 4CD set from Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama, Japan on September 11th, 1981. This features performances by Ronin, J.D. Souther, Linda Ronstadt, and James Taylor.

Black Sabbath – Definitive Sheffield 1986 (Zodiac 323) is a 2CD set from City Hall, Sheffield, UK on May 21st, 1986.

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  1. No update from Lighthouse this week? Is it due to the typhoon in or near Japan? I got the following message in an e-mail from one of the more popular CD stores in Japan less than 24 hours ago…..

    “Distribution at the airport of Japan is confused by the influence of the
    (Kansai Airport is not functioning properly yet.)
    Therefore, the items scheduled to be released last week are on sale this
    week.(SILVER CD)
    Thanks for your understanding.”

    • I have to assume you’ve hit the nail right on the head there, Axeman. It’s a certainty that the typhoon has slowed things down and will do so for the next few days. Our friends in the East are nothing but industrious though and I’d anticipate a return to form next week if not sooner.

      • I sure hope you’re right (about that last part), Stuart. And thanks very much to you, WGPSEC, & everybody else who contributes here, for all you & they have done.

        Also, BTW…Has anybody heard the Pink Floyd 1CD “Well, Well, Well,” on the Moonchild budget label? Surely the date, 1974-11-13, is wrong, as they apparently never even started the Wembley ’74 gigs in mid-November until the 14th, and no known recording of the 14th even exists. So can anybody who has either heard it or somehow knows some other way confirm for us that it’s actually from the 15th, 17th, or most likely, the famous (or maybe even infamous) 16th? Thanks very much to anybody who can confirm such info.


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