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The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete is a compilation album of unreleased home recordings made in 1967 by Bob Dylan and the group of musicians that would become The Band, released on Legacy Records November 3, 2014.

The album set a high quality-benchmark: great music, good audio. Like almost all bootlegs of the early 1970s, it came in a white cardboard sleeve with a rubber-stamped title but no artist name. The most talked-about . tracks were those recorded with The Band in 1967, which were not officially released until 1975, as part of The Basement Tapes. A reminder of the credibility of bootlegs in the 1970s. Live at Leeds was actually an official release, but packaged to resemble a bootleg. Van Morrison Van the Man (Highway High Fi, 1974, LP). In 1974, the Trade Mark of Quality partnership broke up and Douglas launched The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label.

Redirected from Bootleg album). A bootleg recording is an audio or video recording of a performance that was not officially released by the artist or under other legal authority. The process of making and distributing such recordings is known as bootlegging. Recordings may be copied and traded among fans of the artist without financial exchange, but some bootleggers have sold recordings for profit, sometimes by adding sound engineering and packaging to the raw material.

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This bootleg collects live performances from radio & TV sessions in 1963 & 1964, and a recording of the Washington Coliseum concert on February 11th, 1964. It's Not Too Bad. This is the complete work by John Lennon and The Beatles on the song Strawberry Fields Forever, from the first demos to the final releases in 1966. This bootleg consists of two mythical concerts performed by The Beatles. The first one was performed at the Shea Stadium, New York, on 15 August 1965. The second one was performed at Candlestick Park, San Francisco, on 29 August 1966.

01. 飛燕 02. LOSER 03. ピースサイン 04. 砂の惑星( +Hatsune Miku ) 05. orion 06. かいじゅうのマーチ 07. Moonlight 08. 春雷 09. fogbound( +IKEDA ELAIZA ) 10. ナンバーナイン 11. 爱丽丝 12. Nighthawks 13. 打上花火 14. 灰色と青( +Masaki Suda ). KatFile bootleg m. ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION – BEST HIT AKG Official Bootleg IMO (FLAC + MP3/ZIP). Bob Dylan – Tell Tale Signs – The Bootleg Series Vol. 8; Rare And Unreleased 1989-2006 (2008.

Our list of the Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums surveys the best of the rest, as well as some of the material that ended up on the Anthology records. Every single era of the Beatles' brief but fruitful career is represented - from the early days before they snagged a record deal to the sessions that produced their mid-decade burst of creativity to their last public performance to the recording of their final album. The Anthology series collects the leftover highlights, but true Beatles fans want everything, and their collections aren't complete without these essential bootlegs.

The Frontline ‎– The Bootleg Album. Label: Not On Label ‎– none.

This bootleg album was a highlight of the boot era in the seventies. In current days The Black Album is a mere nostalgic item. Cover is simply black, with the title: "The Beatles" in white lettering, opposed to the White Album official release it is mirrored after. Back of the cover has track listing with 4-pictures of the individual Beatles taken during the Let It Be sessions. No other markings are on the package.


A1 Scrunchy
A2 Zombie Girl
B1 Another Girl
B2 Time
B3 Quarter Pounder Hop


  • Engineer [Uncredited] – John Belluzzi
  • Producer [Uncredited] – T. Chandler


Limited to a total of 280 copies on clear green vinyl in plain white paper sleeves with the Category, artist and title hand written at the top.
10 of these copies came in sleeves signed by label owner Tim Chandler. This is one of those 10 copies.
In June 2008, the remaining copies were issued with a new "Emergency Sleeve" and officially made available for sale.
The vinyl was deliberately pressed by Mutant Pop with the incorrect vinyl labels that actually refer to the first release on the label.
The track titles do not appear on the record anywhere.
Etching on A-side runout groove: - DO I HEAR ELVIS?
Etching on B-side runout groove: - ISN'T THAT A QUEERS COVER?

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MP-31 The Catalogs The Catalogs ‎(7", Ltd, RP) Mutant Pop MP-31 US 2008
MP-31 The Catalogs Bootleg ‎(7", Ltd, Gre) Mutant Pop MP-31 US 2008
MP-31 The Catalogs The Catalogs ‎(7", Ltd, RP, Pur) Mutant Pop MP-31 US 2008

The Catalogs - Bootleg FLAC album
The Catalogs
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1877 mb
MP3 size:
1206 mb
WMA size:
1501 mb
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