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06 Apr 2009

Genesis Definitive Trick Virtuoso LabelGenesis Windy Day Southampton Virtuoso Label

Genesis Dijon 1978 Virtuoso Label

...The Virtuoso Label serving up a little soundboard revolution of their own - GENESIS style this week...pictured above, three new titles unveiled overnight and all dating back to the immediate, post-PETER GABRIEL period of the mid-to-late '70s..."Definitive Trick" 2CD promises 'the best ever' version of the Syria Mosque stereo soundboard from April 13, 1976..."Windy Day Southampton" 2CD also arriving with 'best ever' hype, it contains the January 20, 1977 performance at The Gaumont Theater in Southampton, UK..."Dijon 1978" 2CD completes the trilogy with a stereo soundboard treatment of their June 3, 1978 concert at Palais des Sports in Dijon, France...

Bob Dylan Born Already Ruined Thinman Records  Bob Dylan Surrender Your Crown Thinman Records

...BOB DYLAN titles won't take a backseat again this week as Thinman Records have released 4 new titles...(above) "Born Already Ruined" 2CD contains the excellent November 9, 1979 performance at The Fox Warfield in San Francisco with bonus track interview with Bob from earlier that week, and "Surrender Your Crown" 2CD contains the Kansas City tape from The Uptown Theater on January 29, 1980...(below) "Fire Still Smokin" 2CD presents an audie tape from Berkeley, California on May 26, 1995 while "Crazy Sorrow" 2CD delivers a tape from Buffalo, New York with a May 11, 1996 other DYLAN boot news, watch for details soon regarding a new tape source of the Earl's Court, London concert from June 28, 1981...

Bob Dylan Fire Still Smokin Tambourine Man Records  Bob Dylan Crazy Sorrow Tambourine Man Records

Paul McCartney Things We Said In Denver Audiofon Label

...Also new to the landscape this week is PAUL McCARTNEY "Things We Said In Denver" 1CD from the Audiofon Label and it presents a recording of the bands' soundcheck from Denver's Pepsi Center on November 1st, 2005...and just to complete the loop on those new CLASH titles from Viva Zapata that we mentioned last week, "The Boston Tapes" does indeed compile soundboard tape fragments from the September 7th & 8th, 1982 shows at The Orpheum Theater and "Live In Amsterdam" is the incomplete May 10th, 1981 performance at Jaap Edenhal...

The Clash The Boston Tapes (back) Viva Zapata Label

The Clash Live In Amsterdam (back) Viva Zapata Label

...Now you're up to date!...keep your browsers pointed to the News Ticker and we'll post 'em as they come'll likely pick up with Spring in the air.   Thanks for stopping in for the latest boot news and have a nice week.

Svengi, April 6, 2009