The Tarantura label have unveiled three more releases this month.
The first piece is a rare Joe Walsh release titled, “Asita No Joe”, of the ex-Eagles frontman’s show at the Budokan Dai hall in Tokyo on the 18th May 1981 in support for Joe’s latest solo album, “There Goes The Neighborhood”.
The recording is another original Mr. Peach exclusive over 2 CDs. The package also includes a printed flyer for the show.
At long last the label release another George Harrison recording, “Give Us Love”. This one is from his double billed tour of the U.S. in 1974 with Ravi Shankar and his Orchestra. This is the Afternoon Show from November 30th, 1974 at the
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL. An audience recording, it was reported to exist in the excellent “Eight Arms To Hold You” book, however where the initial mono audience recording that made the vinyl LP release “Chicago 11 30 74” was truncated and was missing the tracks “Tom Cat”, “Nothing From Nothing” and the Indian section of the show, this Tarantura release features them all also including the two takes of “Sue Me, Sue You Blues” that were played that afternoon.
The set is limited to 60 editions.
The latest version of Rolling Stones Japanese shows from 2014 are also heralded by the label in a 12 CD box (“Dome And Gloom”) covering each show from new and alternate sources. 3 shows, two different sources each, exclusive to the label by “Wooden School” Maiko. The set comes with a full colour booklet and is limited to an edition of 66.If you liked this review, buy me a cup of joe. (Suggested: $3 a shot or $7.5 for a double)