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Pink Floyd – Hakone Aphrodite 1971 Remastered & RestoredPink Floyd – Hakone Aphrodite 1971: Remastered & Restored (Sigma 139) is a single disc from Jofudai, Seikei University Campus, Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan on August 6th, 1971. It appears this is another version of Hakone Aphrodite 1971: Master Recording (Sigma 138) released a few weeks ago. This has now been given a definitive date and is not from August 7th as hoped. At the very least we get a new source which includes “Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun” not captured in the other three existing sources.

Pink Floyd – Dortmund 1981 5th NightPink Floyd – Dortmund 1981 5th Night (Sigma 140) is a 2CD set from Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany on February 17th, 1981.

ZEP BH-FLed Zeppelin – Live On Blueberry Hill (no label) is a 2CD set from The Forum, Inglewood, California on September 4th, 1970.

ZEP H70-FLed Zeppelin – Honolulu 1970 (no label) is a single disc featuring their stop at Honolulu International Center Arena, Honolulu, Hawaii on September 6th, 1970.

2枚組ベースA [更新済み]Jeff Beck – Tokyo 2015 (Wardour-155) is a 2CD set from Zepp Tokyo in Tokyo, Japan on September 25th, 2015.

GM P-FGary Moore – A Powerful Way To Pray (Zodiac 148) is a 2CD set from Grand Cube, Osaka, Japan on April 26th, 2010.

Gary Moore – Wild Frontier TourGary Moore – Wild Frontier Tour (no label) is a single pro-shot DVD from Johanneshov Isstadion, Stockholm, Sweden on April 25th, 1987. This has a few promo videos tacked on to the end as a bonus.

Bon Jovi – Super Rock ’84 In Japan & BreakoutBon Jovi – Super Rock ’84 In Japan & Breakout (no label) is a single pro-shot DVD which features four songs from Seibu Stadium, Saitama, Japan on August 12th, 1984 as well as some Music Videos.

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  1. The Zep 72 San Bernadino and the La forum gigs from 72 have great sound quality, Charlotte and Baltimore are also good shows from the American tour. Adelaide from the Australian leg is great also, first night on Tokyo is great too. Search Led Zeppelin 1972 on this site for reviews as well as checking out bootledz for additional info before you buy. Only soundboard I know of from the 72 tour is the long beach fragment, pretty much every show from that year is excellent, although research should be done to determine what is acceptable to your ears.

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  2. I just think it’s shame when we have labels rehashing WITHOUT much improvement – I’ve not heard this title, but I have plenty of other ‘upgrades’ – whilst CDRs abound of, for me, Tull (Uxbridge label partic), Dio (Sylph), Priest etc. Many are excellent SQ. I stopped buying CDRs ages ago, so if it’s not silver, the label doesn’t get a sale from me.

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    • You’re correct. Non label (aka Lighthouse) products are one of the worst. They’re releasing srticlty everything what’s available as free downloadable sources and they are not working further on tapes but EQ them, that’s all. Its sound is vert weak and digital in opposite to other labels, especially the old Godfather and Eat A Peach, where a very careful and professional mastering job is always applied (at least on some of their titles). It’s a big shame that most of today labels do not have any kind of respect to the listeners.

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  3. can anybody recommend the very best (top 2 or 3) live 1972 Led Zeppelin CD releases, preferably soundboard, and preferably not too difficult to track down on pressed original silver? thanx for any suggestions

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    • Tuscon Arizona- last show of 1972 US Tour. not soundboard but very listenable. a truly ferocious performance
      One of their best performances.

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    • Careful -> Drop me an email at [email protected] – I should have still some Zepp boots with good quality audio and in affordable price.

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  4. Re Floyd hakone.

    Really, Sigma?

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    • i know what you mean. i bet it won’t be much longer before they release yet another version of it, or the umpteenth release of a different show they’ve already released countless times in the past

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