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  1. I know there's probably a lot of bootleg lists already, but I thought I'd throw my two cents on the table. I picked out what I thought were five essential boots from each touring year between 1969 and 1977, judging by sound quality versus performance and omitting anything that has been officially released (BBC Sessions, etc.). Input and comments about other shows are welcome. 1969 Jan. 5- West Hollywood, CA (Live at Whiskey A Go Go). Sound quality alone makes this a treasure. April 24- San Francisco (The Dancing Avocado). Amazing sound and playing. Jones is up front and show
  2. I have seen some impressive advancements in video production lately such as this. And the Star Wars movie - bringing back Peter Cushing as Grand Moff Tarkin, a young Princess Leia. Amazing. So what of audio? Will technology will bring opportunities to greatly enhance/repair some lower quality recordings? Especially if there are parts, or even similar recordings (accoustically similar) that can be used to enhance a lesser quality sound into an outstanding - AND accurate account? Take an opera singer. Maybe she has one incredibly good recording, and another that is fairly low quality.
  3. The longer I've been listening to ROIOs it seems I have subconsciously been partially assessing of quality based on the artwork i.e. great artwork means great performance and great recording quality. I guess it seems a little silly but, for example, I see one of Liquid Led's new releases I'm virtually hooked right there. Of course more recent remasters often sound better due to the increasing sophistication of the apps, but we all know there's no guarantees. Anyhow, here's a few examples to cheer up your day - if there are too many, apologies, I need to get to know the forum guidelines a b
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