Or maybe that televised show from Easter 1974.Why do we have soundboards of so many shows from the worst year of EP's life (1976-77) but very few from the best year's post 1970? We already know about the phenominal Boston Garden show in 1971. But why no other tour show from November on soundboard? Why nothing but the NY and April tours recorded by RCA from 1972? Why nothing from 1973 but Aloha? And in 1974 we only have the RCA recorded Memphis concerts and the fantastic Richmond show (Guaranteed To Blow Your Mind). I don't buy the excuse that they recorded more shows in soundboard from 1975 on up than they did the first few years. If they recorded the Boston show then they had to record other from that tour. Why not the Houston Astrodome in February 1970? As big a event as this was (originally planned to be the real world wide broadcast but EP was uncomfortable doing it live on television in such a huge building) it would only make sense to have recorded the shows at least by audio even if not by RCA.
I know this might be wishful thinking here, but something tells me those shows were recorded professionally and that they're out there somewhere in the wrong hands. As is other unknown shows like Los Angeles 1970, Atlanta or Nashville July 1973, Maybe Philadelphia or Omaha 1974, and Nassau July 1975. Maybe someday those of us still living will see an official shock wave release of one of these great shows, if not all of 'em.