The Lighthouse team has just released their newest title, Midwest
Rock Festival, consisting of newly surfaced 1st gen tape of a well
known audience source for July 25th, 1969 gig. Nothing new here, and
first 100 copies are stickered and numbered.
The Last Dancing Daze In Electric Form is the newest title from
Tarantura, featuring newly found audience source and already circulating
soundboard portion for Cobo Hall, Detroit on July 13th, 1973. Released
by Empress Valley, Graf Zeppelin and Lighthouse recently, this new version
is also presenting separate audience and soundboard sources. Two different
artwork versions are available, each is limited structly to 73 numbered
Finally a completely unhearded show has its debut on silver disc! Rocks
In Atlanta is a single set from Empress Valley that features great
quality audience recording for Hampton on July 5th, 1969. Unfortuntaley,
this show is incomplete, and missing likely last three songs that have
been accidentally erased. Still a gem and a great find here.
The non labelled aka Lighthouse version just followed this path and
reissued this show as Atlanta Pop Festival 1969, yet with exact
Budokan 1972 1st Night Revisited is a double disk set from Budokan,
Tokyo, Japan on October 2nd, 1972 released by Lighthouse team. This
is likely a reissue of their previous set from few years back so nothing
new here this time.
The first title of this year is Stronger Through Shuffle, a double
disc released by Wendy Records and documenting live performance from
Rotterdam on June 21, 1980. The set consists of excellent sounding but
partial soundboard tape completed with audience recording. Nothing new
here nor significant upgrade in quality, this title is dedicated for
completists rather than for casual collectors looking for new document.