What bootleg(s) do you want officially released?

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  1. Diogenes1

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    BBC Floyd(especially Fat Old Sun and Echoes!)
    Steely Dan--Record Plant studio show 1974
    Led Zeppelin--Japan Tour 71
    Cream--Detroit 1967
    Rolling Stones---unfutzed with outtakes 67-79
    Clapton....Unreleased first version of Another Ticket(turn up down)
    Elton John---Tokyo 1971/Xmas Show 1973
    Miles Davis - Japan 1975 shows
    Prince - all/any outtakes​


     
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    oops forgot, y'all aren't cool enough to know bootlegs

    go back to faggity american idol shit
     
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    Pink Floyd's Animals Tour 1977 in Montreal. The show where Roger Waters spit on the kid. It's an incredible show. Would be great to have it in better audio quality.
     
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    any of them would be good, except i figure the sound quality sux since in the 60s & 70s recording was basically amplified mono.
     
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    Nothing.


    Phish already releases every show they play. :smile:
     
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    But I do wish that Phish would put out the 'Gamehenge' show from Sacramento, and the 'Dark Side of the Moon' show from Utah.

    I have a bootleg copy of both those shows.
     
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    they played the albums in entirety?
     
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    Yup.

    They do a 'musical costume' on Halloween, and play an entire album. I fucked up and missed the 'Exile on Main st.' show in Indio in 2009. This year they are going to play Atlantic City. I'd like to see them do Ziggy Stardust by Bowie.

    The show in Utah was a couple of days after Halloween, and they busted out the whole 'Dark Side of the Moon' because the show wasn't sold out. That was the year that they played Loaded by Velvet Underground in Vegas.
     
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    very cool, is Exile show booted?
     
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    Phish released it.

    They have released awesome soundboards of all the Halloween shows, except for that show in Utah.

    So far, Phish has played the following albums
    Beatles - White Album
    Who - Quadraphenia
    Rolling Stones - Exile
    Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus
    Velvet Revolver - Loaded
    Talking Heads - Remain in Light


    There is lots of conjecture as to what they will play this year. Stevie Wonder, Bachmann Turner Overdrive, Bowie, etc.
     
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    The Tapeworm project that Maynard James Keenan and Reznor worked on and never released about 10 years ago
     
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    The shit hits the fans.
     
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    I was wrong.

    The 'Exile' halloween show was in '10.

    I'm listening to that show right now! :cheer:
     
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    :yes:
     
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    omg too many to mention

    but i only really like soundboard quality bootz
    superdig a lot releases on swingin' pig/tmoq, kornyfone, etc. for that reason

    some remastered stuff by dr. ebbetts and purple chic would be great tho (zep, beatles, stonez, etc.)
    they sound way better than the original imo ;)
     
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    exile was 09. Waiting for Columbus by little feat was 10
     
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    I'll check out exile then . .
     
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    They had background singers and a horn section.

    Great show. Chigs is right, '09.