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■Vancouver Ventilator,  Complete 6-3-72 Vancouver show.  Opening concert for the 1972 US Tour.  Includes rare songs only done at
     this venue. Sound quality is not very good on this.  (2CDR)

    

■Complete 6-4-72 Seattle 1st show.  Second concert of the 1972 US Tour.  Low sound quality.  (untitled 2CDR transferred from audio
     tape)

          

■Complete 6-4-72 Seattle 2nd show.  The source tape for all of the above bootleg releases.  Low generation.  Said to be better than either
     LP or CD releases.  (untitled 2CDR transferred from audio tape)

    

■6-6-72 San Francisco 1st show.  The source tape for all of the above bootleg releases.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■Mick Taylor is My Darling,  6-6-72 San Francisco 1st show.  Lower generation tape upgrade.  This is probably the best version
     of this available, though others may disagree.  Coupled with the 6-10-72 Long Beach show.  (2CDR)

             
 
    

■6-6-72 San Francisco 2nd show ?  (1CDR)

    

A truly great show recorded in below average sound quality.  Complete 6-8-72 San Francisco 2nd show.  Includes "Loving Cup"
     and the rare 1972 US Tour encore "Honky Tonk Women"  (untitled 2CDR transferred from audio tape)

       

The source tape for the above 6-9-72 Hollywood bootleg releases.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from NZ audio tape)

       

Complete 6-10-72 Long Beach show.  The source tape for the above poor sound quality bootlegs.  (untitled 1CDR transferred
     from audio tape)
■Long Beach 1972,  Another great performance recorded in poor sound quality.  A shame.  (1CDR)
■Mick Taylor is My Darling,  Disc 1 is ten tracks from the 6-6-72 San Francisco afternoon show.  Disc 2 is the complete 6-10-72
     Long Beach show in the same terrible audience quality.  (2CDR)

             
 
       

■6-11-72 Los Angeles 1st show.  Incredible newly-discovered upgrade source that began circulating in 2003.  A 100% improvement. 
     We all owe Bill Cravens a nod of gratitude for sharing this.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■Slay 'Em in L.A.,  The great new Bill Cravens master recording on bootleg CD.  (1CDR)

             

■Tucson '72,  Newly discovered audience tape.  Complete 6-14-72 tucson show recorded in much better sound quality. (1CDR)
■Tucson Arizona 14Jun72  (1CDR)

          

■Where Were You in '72?, Acopy of the above SOF bootleg CD release,  combining the 6-15-72 Albuquerque show and
     the 7-17-72 Montreal show.  (1CDR)

       

■6-19-72 Chicago show.  Audience tape of the above recorded in about the same quality.  Includes 15 minutes of fan interviews
     andradio coverage of the 1972 Chicago concerts.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

    

■6-20-72 Chicago show.  Audience tape of the above recorded in about the same quality.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

    

■6-22-72 Kansas City show.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■Kansas City Here We Come!,  6-22-72 Kansas City show.  Bad night.  Worse show of the 1972 US Tour and the recording is horrible
     to boot. After the gig, Keith arranged the Dallas rehearsals to sharpen the band up a bit.  (1CDR)

          

■6-24-72 Fort Worth 1st show.  Complete recording from audience source.  Great sound quality.  Includes "Dead Flowers"
     and the only ever live version of "Sweet Black Angel"  (untitled 2CDR transferred from audio tape)

       

■6-24-72 Fort Worth 2nd show.  Complete recording from audience source.  Great sound quality.  One of the best performances
     of the entire 1972 US Tour.  Includes "Don't Lie to Me"  (untitled 2CDR transferred from audio tape)

             

■6-27-72 Mobile show. source2-2nd generation.  (2CDR)
Dusting Off the Freezer, 6-27-72 Mobile show.  The Freezer remaster on bootleg CD.  (1CDR)
■6-27-72 Mobile Show.  (1CDR)

             
 
    

6-28-72 Tuscaloosa show.  The source tape for the above two bootleg titles (not actually releases).  Sound quality is terrible.
     (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■Stoned Stone Stones,  6-28-72 Tuscaloosa show.  Complete show recorded in atrociously bad quality.  One of the worst recordings
     I've ever heard in my entire life.  (1CDR)

          

6-29-72 Nashville show.  In my opinion, this is the best sounding version of this show available.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from NZ
     audio tape)
■6-29-72 Nashville show.  The source tape for the above two bootleg titles (not actually releases).  Sound quality is terrible.
     (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■Nashville '72,  Complete show recorded in atrociously bad quality.  One of the worst recordings I've ever heard in my entire life.
     (1CDR)

             
 
       

■Complete audience recording 7-4-72 Washington, DC.  This might be the recording source for the VGP CD release
     "Jack Daniel's On Tour"  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

    

■7-5-72 Norfolk show.  This is the recording source for the original bootleg LP releases with much more of the concert than what is
     on the LP's.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

    

■7-6-72 Charlotte show.  This is the tape source for the above VGP CD "Bring it Back Alive"  It is equal to, if not better than,
     the bootleg CD release.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■Charlotte 1972, 7-6-72 Charlotte show.  (1CDR) 

          

■7-7-72 Knoxville show.  The tape source for the above bootleg titles.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

             

■7-11-72 Akron show.  A recording of the IMP CD "Akron-Rubber Bowl '72" with the missing ending tagged on from another
     recording source.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■7-11-72 Akron show.  Complete show from a new recording source.  There is a significant improvement in sound quality.
     (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

          

■This is the tape source for the above bootleg titles of the 7-12-72 Indianapolis show.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

    

■The sound quality of this is equal to disc 1 (7-15-72 Toronto 1st show) of the VGP double CD "Standing at the Kitchen Door" release.
     (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

             

■The sound quality of this is equal to disc 2 (7-15-72 Toronto 2nd show) of the VGP double CD "Standing at the Kitchen Door" release.
     (untitled 2CDR transferred from audio tape)

       

■Incomplete recording of  7-17-72 Montreal show on CDR taken from audio tape.  At this gig the STP equipment truck was blown-up.
     (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■7-17-72 Montreal show.  low generation tape (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)

             

■7-18-72 Boston show.  A new uncirculated recording source has surfaced after thirty-two years of obscurity.  Complete show
     recorded in very nice sound quality.  A real gem here.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■The Joe Maloney master tape, speed-corrected and in best possible quality-this is the best version of this recording source,
     though not necessarily the best version of the 7-18-72 Boston show itself.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■Out On Bail '72 (1CDR)
■Waiting On the Midnight Ramblers (1CDR)

             

7-19-72 Boston show.  A new uncirculated recording source has surfaced after thirty-two years of obscurity.  Incomplete show
     recorded in very nice quality.  With its counterpart above, a real gem.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
7-19-72 Boston show.  (untitled 2CDR transferred from audio tape / momo+stereo)

      

■Can You Hear the Encore?,   Complete 7-20-72 Philadelphia show recorded in atrociously bad sound quality on bootleg CD.
     One of the worst recordings I have ever heard in my entire life. (2CDR)

             
 
    

7-21-72 Philadelphia 1st show.  ?  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
Philadelphia 07-21-1972 1st show.  (1CDR) SBD

             

■Anyone for Seconds?,  Complete Philadelphia 2nd show in absolutely terrible sound quality.  One of the worst recordings
     I have ever heard in my entire life.  (1CDR)
Philadelphia 07-21-1972 2nd show.  (1CDR) SBD

          

■7-22-72 Pittsburgh show.  Audience recording in atrociously bad sound quality.  One of the worst recordings I've ever heard
     in my entire life.  (untitled 1CDR transferred from audio tape)
■Sweet Virginia's Saturday Night Smelter's Blues,  The complete 7-22-72 Pittsburgh show from both audience and soundboard
     sources.  Tracks #1-11 are from audience recording, tracks #12-17 are from soundboard recording.  (1CDR)

       

■Speed corrected complete audience recording for the 7-24-72 New York show in somewhat better sound quality.  As of this date,
     this is the best version of this show available.  (untitled 2CDR transferred from audio tape)

    

■Complete audience recording 7-25-72 New York City 1st show from newly-discovered source.  The sound is not very good,
     but the performance is pure high energy adrenaline.  (untitled 1CDR Master Source)

    

■Complete audience recording 7-25-72 New York City 2nd show from newly-discovered source.  The sound is not very good,
     but the performance is pure high energy adrenaline.  (untitled 2CDR Master Source)

    

■Welcome to New York (All Sold Out Productions),  Yet another version of the infamous 7-26-72 Madison Square Garden,
     New York City, New York (Mick Jagger's birthday concert & final 1972 US tour show) compiled from multiple sources. (1CDR)
A Teddy Bear for Mick, 7-26-72 New York City show.  (2CDR)

          

■Work Sucks…Let's Go on Tour!,  Contains excerpts from: 6-24-72 1st & 2nd, 6-25-72 1st & 2nd, 7-20-72, 7-21-72 1st & 2nd,
     7-22-72 & 7-26-72, plus 1972 soundboard remixes, and some 1972 live rarities (in audience quality only)  (8CDR)
■Very Ancient, Thank You Kindly (Mickboy Remaster) (Tone & Frayed Productions T&F 002) (1CDR)
■Mick Taylor is in the Mix Vol. 1-3 (no credit) (3CDR)

             
 
             
 
          

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