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A bunch of new releases arrive

The bootleg world is finally warming up this year to coincide with the Spring tours and it’s also bringing us more archival material.


First from the Hot Lips label we have two new sets, the first is ‘The Complete Osaka Premier’, Bob Dylan’s very first show in the Japanese city, the artwork reports that this is the show as it’ most complete version in the best ever quality.


The labels other release is Aerosmith, “Michigan Palace Airwave, a stereo soundboard from the groups show from the 7th of April, 1974 at the Michigan Palace, Detroit. Remastered to be the most natural sounding version.


Goldplate return with their first release in a while, this features the Stones free Cuban concert from the 25th March, 2016. Two versions of the set exist, a regular 2 CD edition and a deluxe edition featuring a blu-ray disk that includes the full concert with TV report extras.

The Speakezy label bring us two David Bowie issues;

Front card out

“Neo-Expressionism; The Master Cut” is a 4 CD set featuring recorded at the Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH. USA 28th February 1976, the two ‘bonus’ disks were recorded at the Boston Gardens, Boston, MA. USA 17th March 1976.

Front card out

The second, “The Dawn Of The Duke” is a 2 CD and DVD set, the CDs featuring the Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA, USA show recorded on the 3rd February 1976 while the DVD is the tour rehearsals, 89 minutes of video from the Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC. Canada on the 2nd of February, 1976

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  1. Hi Woodish, you’re quite right about ‘Laid Back…’, of course – I should not post before breakfast has restored my blood sugars to a functional level, it seems!

    Whilst digging for more info on the new release, I have found and downloaded Michigan Palace, Detroit, Jan 07 1974, and the info on the download site states that ‘this is not the same show that was broadcast from the Michigan Palace 3 months later’. This is an audience tape, and they open with ‘Make It’ and close with an incomplete ‘Milk Cow Blues’, with Joe Perry singing the latter. It’s really good, and deserves a silver release.

  2. I have an older version of the Masonic Hall show on One Way Street (Great Dane GDR CD 9025) and it has the same track list as both Laid Back and the above Michigan Palace Airwaves. I don’t own any version of the actual Michigan Palace show but a CDR I saw had a different set list. I think Hot Lips might have pressed the wrong tape on Michigan Palace Airwaves. A sound sample that I heard matches my Great Dane CD. Too bad, I was really looking forward to getting the Michigan Palace tape on silver disc.

    • Well received my copy today and as far as I can tell, wgpsec is correct, this appears to be the same show as Laid Back. But This Is Recorded In Stereo, It Is The Full Show , Complete With Introduction (Which Is Missing From Polar Bear Release ), Both guitars are clearly heard unlike Laid Back which appears to only have one guitar audible. Fantastic Performance, Great Sound Clearly Make This The Definitive Edition. Must Have For Any Aerosmith / 70’S Rock Fan

  3. Aleebee, Laid Back? F*** Off, Baby! was recorded at Masonic Hall, Detroit on April 14, 1974, The above recording Michigan Palace Airwave, was on the 7th of April, 1974

  4. Be interested in getting the Aerosmith title. Currently the best CD of this show is Polar Bear’s ‘Laid Back? F*** Off, Baby!’ (my censoring).

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