Not thinking this "demo" quality.. sounds more like a "reel" digitized master?
George isn't in it for the $$ at this point but he publicly releasing re-mastered recordings that *might be owned by someone else?
Although, possession is 9th's of the law!
he's digitally mastering stuff from his own private tape archive (demos and live tracks) as some of the tracks are disappearing from YouTube, GG revealed that it's possible some of the material might (or might not, depending on SS) re-emerge in the near future on a rarities' box project.
in this case, it's a rehearsal demo from 1975, although I don't know which studio or rehearsal room was it recorded at. GG commented it was at his loft, but he was clearly mixing informations as it was RBN that was rehearsed at his place, so he had cancelled the comment since
Last Edit: Jan 24, 2022 16:44:43 GMT by Alessandro
Interesting take I love alternate versions-in the 90's they started finding unreleased takes to put on their remaster cd's.My friend was working on a Neil Sedaka project when he found the unreleased Sedaka version of It Hurts To Be In Love that Gene Pitney released and had a huge hit with.My friend loved going into archives and finding all kinds of cool stuff.Most people at these companies could give a shit about any of it but if you were a major collector and or fan you were like a kid in a candy store.