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posted a comment on Supersister (2) - Pudding En Gisteren. 3 months ago
Track 4 is not an extended version, it just includes the mystery track "Love You In The Morning" that was uncredited on the original release.
posted a comment on Kevin Ayers - The BBC Sessions 1970- 1976. 5 months ago
The artwork incorrectly lists track 1.11 as the first song of the Bob Harris session on 17 May 1972, whereas it is actually the last tune of the Top Gear session on 9 June 1970.
submitted Jasper Van't Hof - Eyeball. 11 months ago
posted a comment on Barbara Thompson's Paraphernalia - Nightwatch. 11 months ago
This is the remastered cd version of the album originally released as "Pure Fantasy" in 1984.
https://www.discogs.com/de/Barbara-Thompsons-Paraphernalia-Pure-Fantasy/master/366275
It's probably a good idea to merge them. Not sure how to do this. Please ... See full review
posted a review of Rock Rare Collection Fetish. about 1 year ago
I think these "releases" should not be listed here. This so-called label does not release anything. The guy behind Rock Rare Collection Fetish creates artwork for unofficial recordings and posts them on his blog. That's it.
posted a comment on B 13. about 1 year ago
Well, I certainly cannot speak of all their releases. But when it comes to Canterbury artists as Soft Machine, Caravan, Matching Mole, or Kevin Ayers, I can affirm that everything on their releases (without any exception) has been previously released ... See full review
posted a review of Brainville 3 Featuring Didier Malherbe - Live Au Triton 2007. about 1 year ago
The track sequence as listed above (and on the cover artwork) is incorrect. Actually it is:

1. Hope For Happiness
2. Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening
3. Trial By Headline

Didier Malherbe appears on "Ocean Motha" only.
posted a review of Jazz Explosion Superband, Stanley Clarke, Allan Holdsworth, Steve Smith (5), Randy Brecker, B. Wright* - Live Jam - Premier Center Stearling Heights, Michigan 28/1/1988. about 1 year ago
This band never played outside of the U.S. Information about their touring activities is very scarce on the web, so their is no definitive certainty, but this is most likely from the Premier Center in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
posted a comment on Quicksilver Messenger Service - Hawaii 1970. over 2 years ago
Gonzo at its best: Everybody knows that this show that was originally announced for the Honolulu Convention Center actually happened at the Red Vest Inn in Oahu, HI. Grateful Dead and NRPS also played, and possibly Steve Miller Band as well.
posted a comment on Can - They Doo Right Live. over 2 years ago
The first 8 tracks (A1 to D2; CD1-1 to CD2-2) are straight copies from the "Can Music (Live 1971-1977)" double cd release that originally came with the Can Box, except for "Kata Kong" from the Hatfield Polytechnic which is listed with a track length of ... See full review
posted a comment on Osiris (24) Featuring Toto Blanke & Charlie Mariano - Osiris Featuring Toto Blanke & Charlie Mariano. over 2 years ago
For some more information about the concert and an extended private release see here: http://www.dachboden-records.de/html/__osiris.html
posted a comment on Steve Lacy With Don Cherry - Evidence. over 2 years ago
Master release for this is here:
https://www.discogs.com/de/Steve-Lacy-With-Don-Cherry-Evidence/master/18947
Please connect to the master release.
posted a comment on Edgard Varèse - Complete Works of Edgard Varèse. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on Mahavishnu Orchestra - Spirits Of Bird. over 2 years ago
Cover artwork has the show date wrong. Correct date is August 17, 1972.
posted a comment on Deep Purple & Tommy Bolin - NYC 1/22/76 & Maynard 6/22-76. over 3 years ago
The Tommy Bolin recording is wrong-dated. It's actually from Sept. 22, 1976 and was released by the Tommy Bolin Archives as TBACD-4: http://www.discogs.com/Tommy-Bolin-Band-Live-At-The-The-Northern-Lights-Recording-Studio-September-22-1976/release/3280118
posted a review of Man - The Live Adventures Of. over 3 years ago
Very sloppy production. Had the company really used tapes from the band archives they would most likely have ended up with better quality. All of these shows have been in circulation among collectors for years and it is very obvious that these tapes are ... See full review
submitted Wolf* - Five In The Morning / A Bunch Of Fives. over 4 years ago
submitted Passport (2) And Les McCann, Philip Catherine, Johnny Griffin, Buddy Guy, Pete York - Doldinger Jubilee '75. over 5 years ago
posted a comment on Quicksilver Messenger Service - Reunion. over 7 years ago
The tracklist on the cover artwork is wrong. Track 1 on CD 2 is not "Edward The Mad Shirt Grinder" but "What About Me". However, it comes as no surprise to me as Voiceprint proved several times that they don't care that much about the quality of their ... See full review