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any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: nankerphlege ()
Date: March 8, 2012 00:41

I love Hampton and Brussels but I want more!

Go Dawgs!

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: ghostryder13 ()
Date: March 8, 2012 02:02

none as of yet but seeing how they're releasing official versions of the most popular bootlegs i'm guessing alantic city 1989 and then the voodoo at halloween 1994 concert

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: steffiestones ()
Date: March 8, 2012 06:56

I prefer if they released something complete new,I mean not even released on bootlegs..From the 1968 to 1976 era

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: keefbajaga ()
Date: March 8, 2012 10:24

BBC sessions 1963-1965

Olympia Paris 1965

Royal Albert Hall London 1966

Saville London 1969

Ahoy Rotterdam 1973

Forum L.A. 1975

Knebworth 1976

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: March 8, 2012 10:56

I'll take anything that's NOT brick-walled at the mastering...

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: muenke ()
Date: March 8, 2012 11:21

I don´t care about that so called brickwalled-mastering ... I liked it on the last release.

My guess for the next releases is for sure atlantic city 89 (nothing new, of course, i bought it regulary in a shop here in germany back in 1990 - it will sound like "flashpoint" after the remastering!), a club gig from the 90s and leeds´71 (as one of the real "famous" boots).

Not sure about toronto 1977, because this is not really a common bootleg, just a "famous gig"! Would love to have that, but i doubt ....

But what about 1969? "Liver than you´ll ever be" is perhaps the most famous bootleg ever, not just concerning rs! But was this show in oakland recorded professionally? Does anyone know that?

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: marcovandereijk ()
Date: March 8, 2012 12:35

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But what about 1969? "Liver than you´ll ever be" is perhaps the most famous bootleg ever, not just concerning rs! But was this show in oakland recorded professionally? Does anyone know that?

I don't know it it was recorded professionally, but I don't think this show will be officially
published. Now that we've got the complete MSG show with the Get Ya Ya's Out! deluxe set, I don't
see the added value of publishing Oakland. It's a bit like The Who doing a box with both the
Live at Leeds and the Hull City show. Of course there are differences between the two shows,
but I don't feel the need to listen to both of them (certainly not with also the availability
of the Isle of Wight show on CD and DVD).

The club gigs from the 90s and the Licks Tour would certainly be welcome for an official
release. As well as the Mother of all club gigs: El Mocambo.

Just as long as the guitar plays, let it steal your heart away

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: The GR ()
Date: March 8, 2012 13:55

I doubt it will be any thing 63-69.

I'd expect Atlantic City 89 too, although a 75/6 release wouldn't surprise me.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: DECCA61 ()
Date: March 8, 2012 14:10

New releases could be. .. Atlantic city 1989, Tokyo 1990, Wembley urban jungle... But most likely it will be something common we already (partly) heard before. ... My wish. ... Paradiso club show. ..

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: GOO ()
Date: March 8, 2012 14:33

toronto 1975

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: flairville ()
Date: March 8, 2012 15:02

I doubt Jagger would ever sanction an official release from 1975. He looked the part but sounded dreadful.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: The GR ()
Date: March 8, 2012 15:14

You could assume that an Abattoirs CD or DVD could be the follow up to Fort worth 78.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: ab ()
Date: March 8, 2012 15:16

Part of the appeal of the archives program has been the extremely low price point. My guess is that it won't be Atlantic City '89 or Miami '94 because they'd likely have to pay the guests (Axl and Izzy, Clapton, JL Hooker, Crow and Cray). That might drive up the price.

The guest spots tend to be a bit lame anyway. I'd rather that they go with an excellent recording from a representative show for those tours.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: The GR ()
Date: March 8, 2012 15:42

Obviously.

They cut the guest spots out.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: The GR ()
Date: March 8, 2012 15:57

Or the Wembley 1990 broadcast, or one of the two recorded shows complete.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: mrD ()
Date: March 8, 2012 15:57

I hope the 2012 studio sessions will be released next.



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Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: The GR ()
Date: March 8, 2012 16:16

A new recording wouldn't be an archive release would it.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: RobertJohnson ()
Date: March 8, 2012 16:51

My wish list:

BBC recordings

The Chess studio recordings with the outtakes

The Circus rehearsals

Something complete from 69

Paris 1970

Another performance from '78 (Masonic Hall?)

Hartford '81 or Pontiac '81 or Tampa '81 (far better performances than Hampton)

London 1990

New Jersey '94 or Miami '94

Something complete from '99

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: Father Ted ()
Date: March 8, 2012 18:59

Quote
marcovandereijk
Quote
But what about 1969? "Liver than you´ll ever be" is perhaps the most famous bootleg ever, not just concerning rs! But was this show in oakland recorded professionally? Does anyone know that?

I don't know it it was recorded professionally, but I don't think this show will be officially
published. Now that we've got the complete MSG show with the Get Ya Ya's Out! deluxe set, I don't
see the added value of publishing Oakland. It's a bit like The Who doing a box with both the
Live at Leeds and the Hull City show. Of course there are differences between the two shows,
but I don't feel the need to listen to both of them (certainly not with also the availability
of the Isle of Wight show on CD and DVD).

I'm fairly certain that The Who's Live at Leeds Super Deluxe Edition does indeed contain both the Leeds and Hull shows!! But I agree with you that it's a completist thing.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: WeLoveYou ()
Date: March 8, 2012 19:06

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dcba
I'll take anything that's NOT brick-walled at the mastering...

Agree. Hopefully the older the recording is then the easier on the ears it will be, going on the strength of the Brussels release

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: The GR ()
Date: March 8, 2012 19:19

Yes and they dubbed the bass from Leeds on to Hull.

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: straycatuk ()
Date: March 8, 2012 20:13

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The GR
Yes and they dubbed the bass from Leeds on to Hull.

only on the 1st 4 tracks it was missing from.

sc uk

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: March 8, 2012 21:13

I know we don't expect anything LIVE from the Jones era due aforementioned availability, fidelity, and 20 minute shows. But.........having been a hard core fan of the Reelin' In The Years productions for some years, there might be hope. They have found entire filmed concert performances of jazz players from the late 50s and through the 60s that were televised throughout Europe at those times. In some instances they have been able to find stereo radio broadcasts that they synched up to the video footage with amazing results.

We know that the long circulated Honolulu '66 (Brian's last U.S. gig) is from a radio broadcast, unfortunately it appears to have been poor quality mono. (Who knows if a better version exists in some radio station's vault). The point is that I think parts of Europe were a little more advanced concerning radio broadcasts. Does anyone know if any of the European gigs of 1967 were radio broadcast in stereo? Or, were the 1968 NME awards radio cast?

Re: any indication when and what the next release from the archive will be?
Posted by: roundnround ()
Date: March 8, 2012 22:49

Richmond 1963 would be great... 7 or 8 Chuck Berry songs as well as others... apparently mick owns the tape...



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