Recently, the label has put out two new CB albums.
The recordings that were used for these albums originate from John Peel's collection. That's also the reason that these albums carry the Ozit / Dandelion label. (The legendary Dandelion label was one of John Peel's projects).
As for audio quality, I'm rather satisfied. After all, the tapes that were used were audience recordings from the early seventies.
Packaging is OK as well. I don't understand why the album titles have to be such a mess, or why volume one was released on vinyl, and volume two is out on CD, but that's probably just me.
My major remark is that the tracklisting isn't correct, and that there's no info whatsover on the bands / bandmembers. A pity.
So, in all, two new Beefheart albums on Ozit, and they're worth your attention. If they're worth your money, that's up to you.
- captain beefheart and the magic band: translucent fresnel - live 72/73 - the nans true's hole tapes
(2011, 2lp, uk, ozit dandelion records lp 8008)
- captain beefheart: nan true's hole tapes vol.2
(2011, cd, uk, ozit / dandelion records cd9009)