The Rolling Stones – Aftermath (Expanded Mono Edition) (no label) is a single disc featuring a mono version of the LP including seven bonus tracks.
Pink Floyd – The Man & The Journey: Live In Amsterdam 1969 (Sigma 305) is a 2CD stereo soundboard from Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands on September 17th, 1969.
Eric Clapton – Royal Albert Hall 2011 5th Night: DAT Master (Beano-234) is a 2CD set from the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK on May 23rd, 2011.
Eric Clapton – Woking 2011: DAT Master (Beano-235) is a 2CD set from Woking Leisure Center, Woking, Surrey, UK on December 31st, 2011.
Eric Clapton – Royal Albert Hall 2013 5th Night: DAT Master (Beano-236) is a 2CD set from the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK on May 23rd, 2013.
Kiss – Detroit 1976 2nd Night (no label) is a single Pro-shot DVD from Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI on January 26th, 1976. This claims to be from a “Low Master!!! 12 Minutes Longer & Better Than “KISSOLOGY”!”.
Rainbow – Definitive Burbank 1976 (Rising Arrow-070) is a 2CD set from Starlight Bowl Amphitheater, Burbank, CA on August 3rd, 1976 and has been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin”.
Thin Lizzy – Reading Rock ’77 (Zodiac 568) is a single disc from Richfield Avenue, Reading, UK on August 27th, 1977 and has also been “Remastered by Graf Zeppelin”.
Remastered by Professor Stoned.
If that’s really the case for Sigma 305, then Lighthouse’s site should have said “MAJOR UPGRADE” rather than just “(LONGER &) UPGRADE”. It’s not very often that their CD’s are actually better than advertised, but occasionally they can be, I suppose. As just an example of Lighthouse’s inconsistency in their sound quality ratings/descriptions, it reminds me of the case of the 2 Rush 1981 titles released years ago by Cygnus (Chicago & Long Beach shows), in which the Long Beach show was advertised by Lighthouse as sounding considerably better than the Chicago show, but I actually found the Chicago show to be quite noticeably superior in sound quality to the Long Beach show.
I finally got Sigma 305, and although it doesn’t seem to be a “HUGE UPGRADE” that Litehouse’s site could have claimed it to be, it is noticeably better than Sigma’s previous version (“Uncut Concertgebouw 1969”). Disc 1 is exactly 16 seconds longer (than “Uncut”) on my CD player, and Disc 2 is exactly 4 seconds longer.
Thanks very much for this info. The Pink Floyd 2CD is said to be “longer & upgrade”, but Disc 1 is approx. only 21 seconds longer than Disc 1 of Sigma’s previous version (“Uncut Concertgebouw 1969”), and Disc 2 is approx. only 10 seconds longer than Disc 1 of “Uncut Concertgebouw 1969”. It makes no mention whatsoever of being remastered by Graf Zeppelin, and judging by the sound quality of “Uncut Concertgebouw 1969”, how much better can it get? Very likely just tweaked a tiny bit.
Also, very sorry to hear about Jeff Beck. RIP!
However, the new Sigma 305 (Floyd) has a rather excellent front cover, and “Aftermath” of the Stones looks great too.
Yes very sad news with Jeff Beck passing away suddenly. The first of the legendary Yardbird ‘guitar trio’ to go ….
And now David Crosby gone too. It is only the first month of the year, and already 2023 is a bad one for farewelling baby boomer greats.
… And now the great Tom Verlaine has passed away too on January 28. He was such a unique guitarist and songwriter. RIP Tom.