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The Bootleg Series, Vol. 1-3 [Rare & Unreleased] 1&hellip ~ Bob Dylan
In 1985, Bob Dylan released Biograph, one of the first box sets issued in the music industry. It was a varied collection of some of Dylan's best known tracks, singles, live tracks and a handful of previously unreleased songs. The latter category contained some very strong material like Abandoned Love, Up to Me, Lay Down Your Weary Tune, Carribean Wind, I'll Keep It With Mine, Percy's Song and I Wanna Be Your Lover.

Six years later, the vaults were blown wide open with this 58 track collection all of which were previously unreleased at the time. The set contains live recordings of tracks never attempted in the studio (Who Killed Davey Moore, Seven Days), solo piano demos of… Read more
Crown Court - Volume 7 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Richard Wilson
Crown Court - Volume 7 [DVD] DVD ~ Richard Wilson
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I was pleasantly surprised to learn of this release. After all it's been 4 years since volume 6 was issued.

I can confirm that the high standard of the previous volumes is maintained in the episodes featured on the DVD.

There's also some good continuity as a policeman, a forensic expert and a defendant from previous episodes turn up as witnesses. Also, all of the barristers and judges have been featured before.

All in all, this is another 14 hours of quality drama. I sincerely hope we don't have to wait another 4 years for Volume 8.
Arsenal: The Double 70/71 [DVD]
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
In 1971, Arsenal equalled their deadly rivals Tottenham's double from 10 years earlier, only the second double of the 20th century and the first to be covered extensively by television. The story of that remarkable season is on this DVD.

The compiliers have even included 4 of the Gunners 6 league defeats in that 70/1 campaign. A fifth defeat at Chelsea was covered by The Big Match ITV cameras but not included and unbelievably the other defeat, at Anfield wasn't covered by either BBC or ITV. Also, 2 of the cup ties v Portsmouth and Leicester covered by the BBC are also absent but given they were 1-1(Storey penalty) and 0-0 respectively it isn't a great loss but would have been… Read more