Music City Mike

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  • Birthday 01/25/1956

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  1. Have these ever been discussed as possible releases? Max's 1973 - isn't it likely that the King Biscuit folks recorded a bunch of stuff? Not sure what their business status is and if there would be trouble with getting the rights. Bottom Line 1975 - I wonder how much they could clean up the problems with the WNEW broadcast and if it would be worthwhile? Still hoping someday for Nashville 1974. God bless the first Friday of the month!
  2. I'm looking to buy any unwanted offical live CDs. I have all from the archive series, but am interested in the other officlal releases. Would like them to be in near mint condition. Of course, I can buy them new for $23 so I'm looking for a win-win for both of us. Thanks.
  3. I want more 1977-era shows that the sound guy recorded on cassette!
  4. I heard that soundcheck through the stage door outside the Capitol as my friend recorded it through the door!
  5. The question of course is whether or not they were professionally recorded.
  6. Finally got my Roxy 1975 CD in the mail this week and am lovinhg it. As for other '75 shows, should the Archive Series release the Bottom Line FM show considering that some of the technical warts probably can't be cleaned up? Based on its historic nature, I vote yes.
  7. Thought I'd share my 1975 Springsteen story with you.
  8. So happy to get a '75 show. Hoping for some more pre-BTR shows. How about the 1974 Nashville show? Seems like the tapes out there are soundboard. But, can someone find an early generation worth working with?