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But the allure of the first-generation bootleg LPs continues to grow. Here are ten of the rarest and the best, from 1969 through 199. ob Dylan . aka Great White Wonder (No branding, 1969, double LP). Released in July 1969, Great White Wonder was pressed and distributed by two Los Angeles-based, iness hustlers, Dub Taylor and Ken Douglas, who went on to become the biggest players in the bootleg market. The album set a high quality-benchmark: great music, good audio. Like almost all bootlegs of the early 1970s, it came in a white cardboard sleeve with a rubber-stamped.
Occupy This Album: 99 Songs for the 99 Percent is a four-disc compilation box set released in May 2012 through the record label Music for Occupy. The album concept, and initial production was initiated by Executive Producer Jason Samel. Jason Samel later recruited Producers Maegan Hayward, Alex Emanuel and Shirley Menard to assist with the project. The set consists of 99 songs inspired by or related to the Occupy movement.
The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete is a compilation album of unreleased home recordings made in 1967 by Bob Dylan and the group of musicians that would become The Band, released on Legacy Records November 3, 2014.
Who's Next Album Artwork Lyrics. what does who's next mean? what is it trying to connote? One possible explanation is that this is the next record by The Who, so it is Who’s Next. However, as the cover shows a monolith that the band members have clearly relieved themselves on, the title may also be a question: who is going next? There were several other covers proposed, all punning on the idea of the title being a question. One featured Keith Moon in drag, brandishing a whip.
The first formal audition of the Beatles for a British record company, Decca, during which 15 songs were taped (1st January 1962). The bootleg is completed with some rehearsals at The Cavern in 1962. Die Beatles In Deutschland 1966. From Kinfauns To Chaos. 2-CDs box. The Beatles' Esher demos for the White Album (May 1968) in their best sounding version plus the recording of the Revolution mixing session on June 4, 1968. Gone Tomorrow Here Today. Takes, mostly coming from the "Blackbird Sessions" and compiled for a promotional film made for Apple by Tony Bramwell, June 1968.
Who’s Next became the only Who album to make in the UK charts. It peaked at in the US, but songs from the album are continually played on American classic rock radio stations to this day. All songs by Pete Townshend unless otherwise noted. There are now two upgraded CD versions of the album. The first followed the format of including several bonus tracks on a single disc.
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Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums. The three Beatles Anthology volumes released in the '90s were supposed to stop bootleggers. Okay, maybe not stop them, because the Beatles have been one of the world's most heavily bootlegged artists ever since unreleased session tapes started making the rounds in the late-'60s, as you'll see in our list of the Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums. Every single era of the Beatles' brief but fruitful career is represented - from the early days before they snagged a record deal to the sessions that produced their mid-decade burst of creativity to their last public performance to the recording of their final album. The Anthology series collects the leftover highlights, but true Beatles fans want everything, and their collections aren't complete without these essential bootlegs.
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|AK 707||The Ku||Who's 1st / Bootleg This (12")||A.S.S. Kickin Records||AK 707||US||1991|
|AK 707, MGE-249||The Ku||Who's 1st / Bootleg This (12", Unofficial)||A.S.S. Kickin Records, More Groove||AK 707, MGE-249||Japan||2010|