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Trod Nossel Studios, Wallingford, CT. USA 23rd September 1975

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SE-2-7721 Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac(2xLP, Unofficial) Smilin' Ears SE-2-7721 Brazil 1977 Sell This Version
SE-2-7721 Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac(2xLP, Unofficial) Smilin' Ears SE-2-7721 Switzerland 1977 Sell This Version
SOBM-001 Fleetwood Mac Who's The New Girl?(CD, Unofficial) Pirate Records (12) SOBM-001 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
VMCDR-259 Fleetwood Mac Trod Nossel Studio 1975(CDr, Unofficial) Vintage Masters VMCDR-259 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
ZION-032 Fleetwood Mac Rehearsal Live 1975(CD, Unofficial) Zion (4) ZION-032 Japan 2013 Sell This Version
R-76 Fleetwood Mac Connecticut Turning(CD, Unofficial) Reprieve Records R-76 US Unknown Sell This Version

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peridot

peridot

January 3, 2018
referencing Fleetwood Mac, 2xLP, Unofficial, SE-2-7721
I've got 1 issue w/ black labels and another with white. Being bootlegs, this wouldn't merit 2 more entries would they?
discosanddragons

discosanddragons

January 13, 2012
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Fleetwood Mac, 2xLP, Unofficial, SE-2-7721

I am neither a big fan of this era of Fleetwood Mac or collecting live bootlegs, but I am from Connecticut and have been to Trod Nossel Studios a bunch of times. Knowing the lore of the concert series, the Andrew Oldham connection and of the local gems that have come out of there, I kind of had to have this. I'm also sort of a sucker for Ms. Legendary Christine Perfect, so figured this would be worth it for the live intimate version of Over My head.
I was not let down with this at all. The band is on and it's exciting to hear them in their prime or actually, at their start of this incarnation.
Another popular bootleg also from 1975 in Connecticut is in fact called "Who's the New Girl" in reference to Stevie Nicks recently joining the band.
The songs sound fresh and new. Raw and rocking versions of tunes like Rhiannon are welcomed to remind you these are great songs. It's exciting to hear them played with such intensity.
Lindsay Buckingham brings his own flare on Mac classics like World Turning, Green Manalshi and Oh Well and on new ones like the aforementioned Rhiannon.
The Danny Kirwan tune Station Man from the Kiln House Lp is also a rocking mellow affair.
Like I said, this is an intimate recording. There's bits of audience participation, little slips and just plain old fun and rock and roll.
Trod Nossel is a friendly inviting kind of place. It's a recording studio, not a venue. This must have been a special night.
One other note, Side 2 of this record contains Peter Green Versions of Green Manalishi, World in Harmony and Homework. I'm pretty sure the Green Manalishi and World in Harmony are from the UK Single.
The Version of Homework could be from Blues Jam in Chicago Vol. 2, it is lo-fi and chopped at the end, so
I am unsure of its source.