Unedited Masters - Hollywood To Nashville 1972-1980

The new volume in the "Unedited Masters" series sub-titled "Hollywood To Nashville 1972-1980" is out now. According to their flyer this is the best of that series with several "firsts" such as the overdubbed version of "It's A Matter Of Time" taken directly from studio tape instead of a scratchy acetate, an X-rated ending of "the first take" of "Fool", first release of the 1980 re-recording of "For Ol' Times Sake" which is one of their best re-recording but still unreleased to this day. See the flyer for all the details concerning this new release from Venus Productions.

Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Aug 25, 2012 
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Orion (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 1, 2012report abuse
I must say this is the first VENUS release that has disappointed me, but I guess I shouldn't be too surprised. They seem to have been sliding since the re-release of the Astrodome show and the MSG two-fer. I hope they manage to dig out something worthwhile for a future release.
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 30, 2012report abuse
Same as the ftd our memories of elvis,stupid releases,and waste of shelf space!
Lefty (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 27, 2012report abuse
I had all three in the series prior to this one, and I sold them all. I didn't find the "unedited" experience all that appealing. Actually, this series proved to me that editing and mastering are important functions of making music!
Boxcar (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 27, 2012report abuse
I collect all Venus CDs and somehow I love them. There are -no doubt- a few cool short moments on each Volume. But slowly I wonder how many undubbed, unedited and remix masters there are and if we really need them all. Now they are starting to pull out unedited masters of artificially re-recorded tracks. And I wonder if that is enough for all the full price CDs they release. A few seconds more here, a cough before a take there. Personally I would love to see them releasing another new session like they did with "Welcome To The Jungle".

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