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Two interesting releases on Tarantura

Tarantura are dipping into the early Mr. Peach archives with two release from the early seventies.  Humble Pie For All You Do, This Bud’s For You documents the May 16th, 1973 show at the Shibuya Kokaido in Tokyo.

 Ten Years After I’m Coming On covers the May 7th, 1972 show at the Festival Hall in Osaka.  

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  1. There is a short clip of Immigrant Song, purportedly recorded by Mr. Peach from one of the Japan ’71 shows, on YouTube. It’s on the “channel” with samples from other Tarantura releases. At least it was, I’ll have to try and find it again.

  2. Also of interest to this and probably countless other collectors is the existence of Peach recordings from this era when other major acts were playing in Japan, such as Led Zeppelin. Only time will tell if he recorded their concerts – which I believe he did – and if we’ll be blessed with their release by the great Tarantura.

  3. This is very cool. I love Humble Pie, especially the ’73-era shows with the Blackberries on backing vocals. I have this show on the title Ramble Humble(Trystar) but I assume that was not the Mr. Peach source. A number of Pie shows, some courtesy of tapers Lampinski and Maloney, surfaced on Dime in the last year or so and most ended up on cheapo cdr releases pretty promptly. Great to see Tarantura give this band their deluxe treatment.

  4. I’m most excited to hear and review these two titles. I love hearing “new” music. Now, hopefully T will release the Girl’s School and Angel tapes he has….

  5. Interesting to say the very least! it’s nice to see that one of the best bootleggers is taking a real chance by releasing recordings of two bands to very few would take a chance on otherwise.
    Added to, I’d wager, some pretty snappy packaging these should be very, very nice releases.

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