Announced within the past week there has been the usual flurry of activity for the festive period and the Tarantula label have been busy with some of their biggest release schedule in some time.
Firstly, two new Led Zeppelin releases – both have been announced with a choice of twin covers and are available – when purchased together with an exclusive T-Shirt.
“Acid And Sunshine” is an audience recording from the Kezar Stadium San Francisco, CA USA on the 2nd of June, 1973. It is limited to a release of 73 copies by each cover only (!)
The T-shirt comes in an acid bright yellow colour.
The second release is “Outfit Of The Day”, another audience recording, this time from Vorst Nationaal in Brussels, Belgium on the 12th of January, 1975. Less limited in number, the set of two has been released in tandem with a navy T-shirt.
A Rolling Stones release from the latest tour, “Thank You Ladies! Thank You Gentlemen!” is a 2 CD / DVD combo from the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, Belgium on the 1st of July, 2014. The CDs audio is an exclusive recording by Mr. Parsley of the full concert, the DVD comes from a different source and is also of the full concert.
The label’s latest Kiss release, “Maiko Girls From Hell”, a Mr. Peach recording of the band’s show at the Budokan Dai-Hall in Tokyo, Japan, played on the 2nd of April, 1978.This set comes complete with a 12 page booklet.
The labels final release – another Peach recording – is a Neil Young show from the Festival Hall in Osaka on the 5th of March 1976.
“So Beautiful” covers 3 CDs the first 2 CDs feature the – complete – Mr. Peach recording from the opening of the gates to Mr. Peach leaving the venue while the third disk is from a truncated alternate source.
The Broad Disk network label return with a new McCartney soundboard from the Allianz Parque, Sao Paulo, Brazil on the 25th of November 2014. The 2 CD set features a truncated version of the gig along with soundcheck recordings and some promotional messages.
The visuals for these recordings have also been released on DVDR & BDR for those that like a video.
Finally, on the Speakezy label, there’s a little Derek and the Domino’s action in “Live From England”. 2 CDs of recordings from a British tour by the band – the main recording being from the Lyceum Ballroom, London, England on the 11th of October 1970, the rest of the set featuring the ‘unknown location’ set that has circled before in two remastered versions topped off with the ‘Layla’ mono promo single (both sides) and the promo ‘In Concert’ single, “Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad”.If you liked this review, buy me a cup of joe. (Suggested: $3 a shot or $7.5 for a double)