Recent Updates

May 19th, 2022

      Melancholy Sunday is Empress Valley's answer to the newly circulating soundboard and audience mix for Buffalo July 15, 1973 show. This triple set is limited to 100 numbered copies and is packaged as gatefold paper case.

May 11th, 2022

      An usual run of reissues came out from Lighthouse team, both have been remastered by Graf Zeppelin and both are strictly limited and stickered.

      Sizzles In Seattle is a four disc set collecting two live performances from Seattle on June 18 and 19, 1972.

      Heartbreakers Back In Town is a triple disc set covering superb sounding audience recording for New York on February 12, 1975 show.

April 12th, 2022

      Two new titles have been announced by Graf Zeppelin label, both are reissuing some less popular circulating audios. As always, sets are strictly limited.

      Barrage Of Riffs is a five disc set completing audience and soundboard sources for Buffalo on July 15, 1973. Both sources are taken from freshly circulating transfer copies.

      Dundee 1973 is a single disc set available as a gift for those, who are purchasing other regular titles from the label. It features a soundboard portion for January 27, 1973 show.

April 6th, 2022

      A reissuing saga continues with a new set from Lighthouse - Munich 1973 is double disc title from Olympiahalle, Munich, on March 17, 1973 and has been “remastered by Graf Zeppelin”.

      Wendy Records has also issued a new title, 1969 Texas International Pop Festival - Multi Band Remaster. This is a single disc covering a mixture of soundboard and audience recordings for the legendary August 31, 1969 show that has been released dozens of times.

March 30th, 2020

      Two new titles have been announced by the Lighthouse, both are reissuing some old audio known from few past titles. Both sets are limited and stickered.

      Copenhagen 1971 is a 2CD set from KB Hallen, Copenhagen on May 3, 1971 and has been “remastered by Graf Zeppelin”.

      Buffalo 1973 is a 3CD set from Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo on July 15, 1973. The first two discs are sourced from the soundboard while disc three uses the audience source to complete the concert.

March 19th, 2022

      Two new titles are announced today, both are delivering recently surfaced stuff and some older material known from past releases.

      Plays Black Beauty is a double disc set from Tarantura2000. This title offers raw and mastered version of recently circulated Carnegie Hall October 17, 1969 early show. As always, this title is issued in two unique artwork versions, called Stage and Blimp edition, and each is limited strictly to 69 numbered copies.

      The second title is 1973 Marzfest Munich from Wendy Records. This double disc set reissues a very good sounding Munich March 17, 1973 audience source. The set is armed with usual obi.

March 4th, 2022

      LA Forum 1975 2nd Night: Mike Millard Master Tapes is a six disc set from Lighthouse collecting previously uncirculated Millard master tape for the famous Los Angeles March 25th, 1975 show. This set contains both a “Flat Transfer Edition” and “Mastered Edition” of the tape. Forst 100 copies are numbered.

      Cosmic Crazy: Second Night In The Forum 1975 is another version of newly surfaced Millard master tape, this time on Graf Zeppelin. This four disc set features Mike Millard tape on first three discs, adding fragmentary alternate audience source on the fourth disc. This set is strictly limited and stickered.

February 19th, 2022

      Starting Show Of North American Tour Autumn 1969 is Wisteria's answer to the recently issued Carnegie Hall show on October 17, 1969. The set is armed with obi and strictly limited to 100 numbered copies.

February 15th, 2022

      Good Times Jimmy's Got The Blues is the newest title from Tarantura, including newly surfaced Toronto November 2, 1969 recording and adding Kansas City November 5, 1969 show. As usual, two different artwork versions are issued, each limited to 69 numbered copies. Mastered by Enigma, expected to be a definitve version of these two early shows.

January 30th, 2022

      At Carnegie Hall 1969 is Wendy's newest production dedicated to newly surfcaed audience recording from October 17, 1969.

      And as expected, the Lighthouse also issued their own version of this show, titled simply Carnegie Hall 1969.

January 26th, 2022

      Yet again the Graf Zeppelin is ready with a new title, this time also with a completely new uncirculated show from October 17, 1969 on the fabulous Carnegie Hall, New York. The two disc set titled Black Beauty covers two different versions of this amazing recording, each remastered separately.

      Listen To This, Eddie: The Best & Longest is the newest effort from the Lighthouse team, a triple disc set featuring the "enth" version of the famous June 21, 1977 show. The gap in Ten Years Gone and a small cut in Guitar Solo are filled with newly circulated alternate audience source that was known from only one song for several years. I cannot count which version of this show it really is. Do we need another Eddie, c'mon...

      Yes, we do! At least this is what Wendy thinks while issuing a 9 disk version of this show, giving to this extended set name Listen To This Eddie - Complete Edition. Each of three available sources are released separately, and as expected, each is mastered in a typical label's way, bringing up absolutely nothing new to the collector's society.

January 13th, 2022

      The Lighthouse also issued two new titles. O'Keefe Centre 1969 is their answer to the newly circulating recording from Toronto November 2, 1969. Greensboro 1975 is a double disc set featuring a rarely circulating January 29, 1975 show that has been released by TDOLZ in the deeep past.

      Love Letter From Canada is Wendy's own version of newly circulating Toronto November 2, 1969 show, adding July 25, 1969 Wisconsin as bonus...guess next will be Tarantura?

      Hollywood Sportatorium 1971 is a double disc set from Wisterial Records that covers another newly surfaced recording from September 1, 1971.

January 11th, 2022

      Graf Zeppelin is ready with three new titles, each is armed with sticker and is limited to few hundred numbered copies.

      The Rockpile February 1969 is a single disc set documenting a mediocre quality audience tape for Toronto February 2, 1977 show. The set is given as a gift for those, who have purchased other Graf Zeppelin titles.

      Back In Toronto is double disc set featuring newly surfcaed and more complete version of Toronto November 2, 1969 show. The tape also features one song from the support band, Edward Bear, that had been captured by the taper.

      In Celebration For A King is a six disc set and is label's answer to the newly circulating audience recording for New York June 8, 1977 show that has been just issued by Wendy Records. The label also incorporated an older source mix as a special bonus content.

January 5th, 2022

      The first title of this year and a nice addition to live discography, a new audience source for New York show on June 8, 1977 released by Wendy. A triple disc set, Behind The Stacks, debuts with newly surfcaed recording in a very good quality, which is not something we may witness very often.