Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band – Milwaukee 1977 (no label) is a 2CD set from Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI on February 22nd, 1977. This also includes a handful of bonus tracks from Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH on February 17th, 1977 featuring Ronnie Spector and Flo and Eddie.
Bruce Springsteen – The Ties That Bind (Unreleased Album 1979) is a no label single disc consisting of tracks recorded at The Power Station, New York City from June to September 1979.
Faces – Santa Monica 1970 (Wardour-148) is a single disc from the Civic Center in Santa Monica, California on October 30th, 1970. This comes from “A first generation Reel copy of a classic TMOQ recording”.
The Who – Concert For The People Of Kampuchea (no label) is a pro-shot DVD from Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK on December 28th, 1979.
Judas Priest – Twin Turbo (Zodiac 126) is a four disc set that features stereo soundboards for Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, Missouri on May 22nd, 1986 and Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri on May 23rd, 1986.
Judas Priest – Robbed And Rammed (Zodiac 127) is a four disc set that contains De Montfort Hall in Leicester, UK on June 16th, 1988 and City Hall, Sheffield, UK on June 22nd, 1988.
Gary Moore – Emerald Aisles (no label) is a pro-shot DVD from Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland on December 18th, 1984. This is “Taken from the original Japanese laser disc (VPLR-70131)” and features special guests Phil Lynott and Dave King.
Aerosmith – Hampton 1987 (Zodiac 128) is a single disc stereo soundboard from Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA on November 16th, 1987.
The Aerosmith 1987 show (radio broadcast) has also been released from a gray area label according to the UK Spin.com site.
I have picked up some of these ‘grey titles’ for Aerosmith, Skynyrd, and KISS, and been a mixed bag. The good ones are great, and the not-so-good are cheap!
I have ordered this Aerosmith title.
Priest’s ‘Twin Turbo’ – The Kansas broadcast was first available on silver as ‘priest…alive’ (Aces High 038/39), although the later 2CDR ‘Turbo Live In Kansas’ (Invisible Record Works IWR-015) is better SQ. The Kiel show has been previously available as ‘Midnight Explosion’ (No Label). Here’s hoping we get the promised upgrade, because it isn’t going to be easy.
‘Robbed and Rammed’ – To the best of my knowledge, neither of these 1988 shows has been on silver before.