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Post subject: STONES OAKLAND 69 LP  PostPosted: Sep 24, 2011 - 12:29 AM
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Just a question.
I had the “Ditto Land Disc” version of the Stones (Oakland Coliseum 1969)
a long time ago.
Then there is the "Liver Than You'll Ever Be" Version.

BOTH are on Black Vinyl.

Not counting the actual "Condition" of the Vinyl/Cover itself,
I was wondering (kind of a 2 part question),
which of these pressings is “More Desirable”,
and which is “Worth” more $$ wise in the collector market?

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Post subject: RE: STONES OAKLAND 69 LP  PostPosted: Oct 10, 2011 - 07:05 AM
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Ditto Land?? I only know Dittolino which was a bootleg label in the 70s

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Post subject: RE: STONES OAKLAND 69 LP  PostPosted: Jan 10, 2012 - 08:57 AM
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Hi,

both discs should have a value of 20 - 40 $, Liver is easy to find in lower condition, a very clean cover & disc would probably fetch more.
 
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Post subject: RE: STONES OAKLAND 69 LP  PostPosted: Jan 10, 2012 - 11:28 AM
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Dittolino would probably be a reissue of an earlier release of "Liver"
 
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Post subject: STONES OAKLAND 69 LP  PostPosted: Jan 10, 2012 - 12:07 PM
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Yes, the Dittolino version is a copy. The Dittolino disc is available with two different matrix numbers.

There are, of course, numerous other copies of the original Liver Than You'll Ever Be LP (which is either with Lurch or Oakland labels, many of the copied releases have a Lurch label as well and even the matrix number is "copied" on some of these releases).
 
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Post subject: Re: STONES OAKLAND 69 LP  PostPosted: Apr 07, 2013 - 02:41 PM
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forbiddenfruit wrote:
Yes, the Dittolino version is a copy. The Dittolino disc is available with two different matrix numbers.

There are, of course, numerous other copies of the original Liver Than You'll Ever Be LP (which is either with Lurch or Oakland labels, many of the copied releases have a Lurch label as well and even the matrix number is "copied" on some of these releases).

Here I am and I'm finally opening up this "Liver" LP.
It supposed to be on dark red vinyl, but it isn't.
I haven hooked up my turntable yet so I can't play it,
but written on side 1 in pen it says "altomont 1969".
So I'm thinking that maybe the seller go 2 stones lps mixed up
And whoever got the Altomont sleeve, got the Oakland 69 show on
Red vinyl. The Matrix Numbers on side 1 are
#12438 and X-4172.
Side 2 Matrix Numbers read #14327 and 1X-241.
That's the best I could do with my eyes.
Anyone able to confirm what I might have?

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The matrix indicates that it is the Liver LP (Oakland), definetely not Altamont.

The original Liver LP with Lurch or Oakland labels is on black vinyl (not red).
 
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forbiddenfruit wrote:
The matrix indicates that it is the Liver LP (Oakland), definetely not Altamont.

The original Liver LP with Lurch or Oakland labels is on black vinyl (not red).


Thank you for that info.
This is on Blacxk Vinyl with a plain white label.
Looks like I need to get hold of the seller.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Apr 09, 2013 - 11:29 AM
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I'd think the value would have something to do with the sound quality. I wound up with a later LIVER pressing with a great cover (blue photo of a performance on the front, Rolling Stone's review of the bootleg printed on the back), and so-so sound. Later I found a standard Oakland LIVER, and while it's that traditional boring white cover with the rubber stamped title, it sounds a lot better, hence, if nothing else, more personal value. YMMV.

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