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Fleetwood Mac - Boston 1970

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Is anyone here familiar with the various releases from the Boston Tea Party 1970 gig? I've had one side of a bootleg LP for many years (Rattlesnake Shake/Underway/Tiger/The Green Manalishi), and was always amazed at its ferocity. The entire series of gigs seems to have received some legitimate releases over the years, but I was wondering which is "the one" to get. Someone on Amazon recommended this:

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but was wondering if this 3-disc set is better; it's obviously more comprehensive, but the Amazon reviewer said the mix isn't as good:

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I prefer the longer psychedelic guitar freakout numbers to the shorter rockabilly type numbers. Thanks.

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I have the three Live in Boston volumes. They have quite good sound. The songs featuring Peter Green are great. The songs featuring the other two guitarists are generally to be skipped.

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I only have vol 1 of the "Indian" set. Sounds great to me.

I keep thinking I need to get the rest of it, too.

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I have the three Live in Boston volumes. They have quite good sound. The songs featuring Peter Green are great. The songs featuring the other two guitarists are generally to be skipped.

I also have this box set, and this is my sentiment as well.

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I have the three Live in Boston volumes. They have quite good sound. The songs featuring Peter Green are great. The songs featuring the other two guitarists are generally to be skipped.

I also have this box set, and this is my sentiment as well.

Ditto.

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