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Tarantura have released Led Zeppelin Going Down Slow containing the March 17th, 1973 show in Munich.

Rattlesnake will be releasing Bob Dylan New York Town Hall 1963 (RS 222/23).  This promises to be a digitally remastered edition of the April 12th, 1963 tape which “sounds 20 times better than previous Hollow Horn release.” 

Jimi Hendrix Mamma Hasn’t Taken One, Yeah! (RS 224/25) contains sessions from the Record Plant Studios from April 22nd, 1969, January 7th, 1970 and a second session on January 23rd, 1970. 

Audiofön will be issuing Paul McCartney Rocking At The Palace Square (AF 10), a two disc set documenting the St. Petersburg, Russia show on June 20th, 2004 in an excellent soundboard recording.

George Harrison 1974 US Tour (BFB 37) is a 3CD and 1DVD.  The audio contains the Seattle show on November 4th, 1974, the DVD has the Bangla Desh press conference, six Dick Cavett Shows, Hari’s On Tour and home movies from the US tour.

The Beatles Every Little Thing (BFB 39) contains 8 CD’s of recording variations, rare mixes and musical odditties from around the world. A great collection of rarities from the entire Beatles recording career. Additional CD-Rom contains all 77 editions of the legendary The Beatles Monthly Book magazine, which were publised between 1963 and 1969. DVD: Hard Days And Hard Nights, rare recordings from 1964. NTSC. Lim. Ed. 500 numbered copies! Incl. 24 page booklet.

Elvis Presley The Gospel According To Elvis (WLR-2076) has 3-CD’s with Gospel outtakes, DVD: A documentary with unreleased versions and Specials. NTSC, Lim. Ed. 500 numbered copies! Booksize Digi.

New DVDs coming out include: 

King Snake is coming out with Paul McCartney The Liverpool Sound (KS-019), a DVD with the June 1st, 2008 show in Liverpool available on NTCS format. 

Van Morrison At The BBC (LL 653) contains the February 10th, 2008 and his appearance on “Later with Jools Holland.”

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (LL 654) has St. Luke’s, London on June 30th, 2008.

Neil Young (LL 655) has Rock In Rio Festival from June 27th, 2008.

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  1. Mr. Rattlesnake needs to pay his mortgage too. However, since they are one of the deadbeat labels who do not support this project, there will be no review of this release. Seek out the Stolen Moments on Hollow Horn. There is a Japanese copy also called Stolen Moments, which is an exact copy of the Hollow Horn with a thick insert containing all of the liner notes and artwork packaged in a jewel case.

  2. quote: “sounds 20 times better than previous Hollow Horn release.”
    OMG, the Hollow Horn release sounds fabulous, it didn’t need digital remastering…c’mon Rattlesnake.


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