the moody blues ‘october 1972′ / ‘LIVE ON A TUESDAY AFTERNOON’ / ‘ALIVE’ – Upgraded image + 1 new one

3903: PINK FLOYD ‘FILLMORE WEST’ - Main image upgraded + 1 more

K&S 041 – 045: CSNY ‘OHIO – WOODEN NICKEL’ / ELP ‘CELESTIAL DOGGIE: THE LOBSTER QUADRILLE’ / PINK FLOYD ‘FLOYDS OF LONDON’ / SUPERTRAMP ‘THE 1978 TOUR’ / ROXY MUSIC ‘HAMMERSMITH ODEON 1979′  – PF image upgraded

Phonygraf 1106: THE ROCK & ROLL CIRCUS :King Kong / THE GREAT ROCK’N ROLL CIRCUS :Mushroom 4 – Image upgraded

Vicky Vinyl’s Mushroom Records Reissue Series – Part 1 – More images added for the Rolling stones’All Meat Music on Mushroom

PINK FLOYD ‘ECLIPSED’ – Ruthless Rhymes Reissues: Hendrix ‘BROADCASTS – Maui’ + ‘LIVE AT THE L.A. FORUM 4-25-70′ / JETHRO TULL ‘FLUTE CAKE (MESS)’ / ROLLING STONES ‘HONOLULU’ + ‘SUMMER RERUNS’ – New images added for Ruthless Rhymes’ Rolling Stones Summer Reruns

Bruce Springsteen on Ruthless Rhymes: ‘Live at the Hammersmith Odeon’ / ‘ “E” Ticket ‘ and Fakes ‘BORN TO ROCK’ + ‘SMALL TOWN BOY’- 2 – images upgraded

K&S 056 – 060: LED ZEPPELIN ‘KNEBWORTH FAIR VOLUME ONE / TWO’ / Blondie ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondie’ [never released] / Elvis Costello ‘HATE YOU LIVE’ / Bruce Springsteen ‘KING OF THE ALLEY’ [THE JERSEY DEVIL] – Finally a decent image for the K&S version of Springsteen’s King Of The Alley

K&S 001 to 010 – Introducing THE WHO “RAW” &amp ‘TALES FROM THE WHO'; JEFF BECK ‘BECKELECTRIC AT THE O’KEEFE – WHITE LIKE ME’ Plus: Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie and The Kinks – Upgraded WHO Tales From The Who image

1904: CAT STEVENS  THE HOAXER`S MIDNIGHT DREAM – upgraded image, link added

3625: neil young ‘COMING HOME’ + 3644: ‘a bit more’ – Added large Instant Analysis version image for ‘a bit more’

1917: NEIL YOUNG ‘THE LAST ALBUM’ – Image upgraded + a lot more text added

Dragonfly / GLC 412: NEIL YOUNG *YOUNG’n OLD* – Several images of the original GLC release added

I don’t think I have posted these yet. First released by Dub on TMOQ in February of 1973 late 1971 – as a companion piece to Crosby Nash’s “A VERY STONEY EVENING” – and subsequently copied by CBM on the East Coast after that.



The original:

Led Zep G T Cali 1stCrosby-Nash Stoney Evening 2

The copies:

Led Zep GTC 2

Led Zep G 2 Cali CBM 3713

Led Zep GTC

From http://www.argenteumastrum.com:

GOING TO CALIFORNIA
TRADE MARK OF QUALITY TMOQ 72004

Side 1: Immigrant Song (3:53)/ Heartbreaker medley incl. Bouree (7:38)/ Since I’ve Been Loving You (6:46)/ Out On The Tiles Intro-Black Dog (5:29)
Side 2: Dazed And Confused medley (20:58) incl. Back In The USA
Side 3: Stairway To Heaven (8:59)/ That’s The Way (6:06)/ Going To California (5:09)
Side 4: Whole Lotta Love medley (24:13) incl. Just A Little Bit, Boogie Chillun, Hello Mary Lou, My Baby Left Me, Mess O’ Blues, You Shook Me, The Lemon Song


Recording: Very good stereo audience. Source: Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California Sept. 14 ’71. Comments: US bootleg. Not from LA Forum. Available on colored vinyl with numbered labels. Also available on following US labels: Contraband Music CBM 3713, Raring and Mammary Productions. At last there are also another two TMOQ pressings. One with deluxe cover with depicting band on a flying pig and another with insert and colored vinyl. Rereleased on US label Box Top on colored vinyl. Part of THE FINAL OPTION and TRADE MARK OF QUALITY YEARS box sets.

 

We will revisit this recording when the blog takes on the TMOQ output – I have excellent images for the variations of this title.

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ZAP 7885: Archipelago / SIN CITY SOCIAL : K&S 001 – Updated ZAP image

Vicky Vinyl’s Mushroom Records Reissue Series – Part 1 – 3 images added for Led Zep’s Blueberry Hill + 1 for Neil Young

ZAP 7867: LED ZEPPELIN  ‘On Stage In Europe 1975′ / ‘EARLS COURT’ :LZL 19775 + I.M.P. 1107 – 3 images added

WR 201: BOWIE 74 LIVE – red Wizardo “Reissue” 7″ label added

The Doctor shuffles off & # 1999: BOB DYLAN BRIDGETT’S ALBUM – A VINYL HEADSTONE ALMOST IN PLACE – upgraded image

SODD 007: Bob Dylan  The Hurricane Carter Benefit – added much larger images for the 1978 B&W TAKRL 24910 reissue

dylan: ‘dylan / friends of chile (Forest Hills 1965)’ + ‘video chile’ – added 3 large images for what is one of the last titles ever produced by Contraband

Phonygraf 1101: AMERICA / EAGLES Live ‘On The Road’ – upgraded 2nd cover version + added one more

Grateful Dead ‘LIVE DEAD’ / ‘FILLMORE WEST’ : TMOQ 72014 – One more TMOQ image added

ZAP 7879: G.HARRISON & E.CLAPTON – DEAD STICK – Updated main image + added label

Flat 8245: JEFFERSON STARSHIP 1976  FASTEN YOUR SEATBELT : TAKRL 911 – Large cover & label image added

2927: ELTON JOHN (NO TITLE) – Added large front insert image

I collect a bunch of upgrade and additional pictures in one of my folders and today I started with the letters A to DEE:

 

ZAP 7870: THE BEATLES  Munich At Least / live in europe & us tvcasts :CBM 3571 / LIVE in GERMANY Marc EP

2950: THE BEATLES ‘HAHST AZ SÖN’ :Phoenix / ‘SWEET APPLE TRAX’ + ‘hot as sun’ + ‘HI HO SILVER!’ :CBM/wrmb 343 / ‘CAUGHT OFFGUARD’ + ‘MANUAL EXCITATIONS’ :Aftermath 4 + 12/ ‘The Very Best Of The BEATLES’ RAREST Number One’ :TKRWM 1985 / ‘APPLE TRAX VOLUME 1′ :GLC    [My 20th revision]

3316: the beatles ‘don’t pass me by’  [Rarely seen CBM / Comet label added]

Obvious CBM Copy Jobs 3: 1900 Tokyo Sixty Six & Budo Kan Hall  [Rarely seen CBM / Comet label added]

KK 1070: THE BEATLES ‘FIRST UNITED STATES PERFORMANCE’ / ‘LIVE IN WASHINGTON D.C.’ / ‘On Stage in Melbourne Australia and Washington D.C.’ WRMB 314 / ‘FIRST U.S. PERFORMANCE’ :WRMB 360

John Lennon & YELLOW MATTER CUSTARD & another CBM obvious copy job 4

David Bowie ‘MY RADIO SWEETHEART – ZIGGY 1′ / ‘THE ALL AMERICAN BOWIE’ + ‘ZIGGY 2′:TmoQ 71074

CREEDENCE [CLEARWATER REVIVAL] – REVIVED: Dittolino # 0005  * July 4th, 1971 – Closing Night of the Fillmore West*

IMP 2-04: Crosby Stills Nash and Young ‘TRACES’ / “we waited 3 years for this” :GLC 415

TKRWM 2821: DEEP PURPLE  ‘PRISONERS OF ROCK’ / ‘Space’ / ‘H-BOMB’ / ‘SONIC ZOOM’ :CBM 3643 / ‘Darker Than Blue’ / ‘LIVE FROM EUROPE – H-BOMBED OR SONIC ZOOMED’

Lately, I did think about the future of the blog again. I am happy with the way it’s going – we will hit a quarter million page views this month; the blog still has quite a bit of “gas left in the tank” – meaning lots more posts to come to take us into 2016, at least.

I wouldn’t mind expanding it and adding a forum, for example. I even wouldn’t mind inconveniencing myself and taking the blog back from the free hosting service I use know, even if it means to re-built every single post.

Has anyone ever done this? Any ideas/suggestions, etc.?

TAKRL Homages:

 

Japanese Psych Band Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO with their 2003:

Acid Mothers

and their 2005 LP raising the bar considerably in this category. It does not get much better than their Goodbye, John Peel LP:

Acid Mothers JP

Right down to the actual disc and labels:

Acid Mothers JP lbl

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Nashville based trio CHEAP TIME released this LP in 2009

cheap+Time

CheapTimeLive small

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TAKRL look for the insert and TMOQ look for the front for this 1984 live album by Australian band Cold Chisel:

 

Bark Spid bBark Spid

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Canadian punk band “The Smugglers” went ‘all TMOQ’ for their 1992 LP:

 

Smugglers LP

Smugglers sticker

The label name was Popllama – hence the chosen animal. I believe this is the only time the label did a ‘bootleg-themed’ release.

 

Smugglers lbl 1

Right down to the labels!

Smugglers lbl 2

There is also a two page insert but it doesn’t look very ‘TMOQ-ish’. Not surprisingly, it’s much easier to do this as a relatively unknown band.

Smugglers insert

 

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Even though this is a CD, this solo effort by Irish “musician, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist” Marc Carroll, deserves to be included. Even the title was lifted from the famous 1985 Dylan bootleg box set:

 

10 of Swords

10 of Swords b

 

Ten of Swords box

He also did a live album:

Carroll Marc RFH

 

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Greenhornes lbl

Greenhornes

All day I was thinking “were have I seen this before?” … and then I found it:

Led Zep Live in Seattle 1973 Tour II

 

2013 Record Store Day release by this Cincinnati garage band.

 

 

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Another 2013 release:

 

3 o clock LatOW3 o clock LatOW disc

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