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New releases from Japan

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The Dog N Cat label have made a return with their version of the Miami rehearsals from 1994. Already released on the No Label and Goldplate labels, it’s not clear as to what the differences are between the tapes other than this is a new pressed disk.

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On the Speakezy label comes a new title from Cream, “Klooks Kleek Plus”. The title features the latest release from this legendary bootlegged show but includes the audio from the Psychedelic Supermarket show from Boston, MA in September, 1967. The show appeared in Youtube in late 2014. Bonus tracks come in the shape of both sides of the UK Reaction singles, “Wrapping Paper” and “I Feel Free”.

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Finally, The Green Apple label – subsidiary of Empress / Mid Valley – have released a CD of outtake performances from the Concert for Kampuchea – Paul McCartney’s late 70’s version of the Concert for Bangladesh. The concerts spanned several nights over December 26, 27, 28, 29 at the Hammersmith Odeon London, UK. Never available on CD or DVD (Unless it was a pirate copy) these tracks never made the finished product. I’ve included the track list here;

01 Queen – CRAZY LITTLE THING CALLED LOVE
02 Paul McCartney & Wings – I’VE HAD ENOUGH
03 Paul McCartney & Wings – TWENTY FLIGHT ROCK
04 The Clash – BANKROBBER
05 The Clash – LONDON CALLING
06 Elvis Costello & The Attractions – YOU BELONG TO ME
07 The Pretenders – BRASS IN POCKET
08 The Pretenders – PRIVATE LIFE
09 Rockpile – THREE TIME LOSER
10 The Specials – I DOESN’T MAKE IT ALRIGHT
11 The Specials – STUPID MARRIAGE
12 The Specials – TOO MUCH, TOO YOUNG
13 Ian Dury & the Blockheads – BLACKMAIL MAN
14 Ian Dury & the Blockheads – BLOCKHEADS
15 Ian Dury & the Blockheads – CLEVER TREVOR
16 Ian Dury & the Blockheads – MY OL’ MAN

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One comment

  1. Careful Axeman Eugene

    that Cream 1CD “Klooks Kleek Plus” is great and highly recommended, but it was rather hard to find, as it seems that i was able to find only 2 or 3 sources, all in the same Asian country, that carry items by the Speakezy label. anybody know why Speakezy releases are so difficult to track down?

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