Exists with yellow or green labels.
And was later reissued by Contraband with Instant Analysis labels and their bare bones slip sheet design:
Source: Evening performance at Madison Square Garden on 1 August 1971; Matrix SAD 1/2
Side 1: My Sweet Lord/ Beware of Darkness/ My Guitar Gently Weeps/ Here Comes The Sun/ Something/ Bangla Desh
Side 2: A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall/ It Takes A Lot To Laugh/ Blowin’ In The Wind/ Mr. Tambourine Man/ Just Like A Woman
Quality Comments: “Satisfactory mono, a lot of crowd noise.”; “It is a mediocre audience recording.”
The same track list can be found on this album, which also the suggested source:
More from the evening show can be found on the following release:
From bobsboots.com: “BANG Records released this LP in 1971 shortly after the concert. It was pressed from its own unique master plates, but it’s basically the same LP that was released by FRT records at about the same time [see below]. It has a folder type wrap-around sleeve with a black and green, or green and white cartoon insert of Harrison. The labels are either plain eggshell white or are full printed silver and blue ‘BANG’ labels. Matrix 4022 A/B “
Original edition labels.
bobsboots.com: “This ‘version two’ Bangla Desh concert LP was issued in 1971 by FRT Records. The plain white sleeve carried a black on white insert with small, unflattering cartoon drawings of the artists. Black vinyl. The labels are either blank blue (some were stamped “SIDE A”, “SIDE B” and/or “33 1/3 RPM”.) or are the generic GLC labels.
This is basically the same LP released by BANG records [shown above], but was pressed from a different master plate. Matrix BRK 1001 A1/B1 “
Hot Wacks claims that the FRT BRK 1001 album contains excerpts from the afternoon show. It also states that Bangla Desh (BANG Records 4022) contains the same material. That LP is then listed in Eight Arms To Hold You as the suggested source for three tracks from the evening concert.
LPs with the BRK 1001 A1/B1 stamper also exist with a slightly smaller copy of the Contraband slip sheet shown as the first release (on green or yellow paper). The labels are blank yellow stamped with ‘side A/B’, or are yellow full printed Bangla Labels.
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