Emerson Lake and Palmer have recently released a fascinating collection of concert CDs in Britain (I think the USA is getting them in a couple of weeks). They're called 'The Original Bootleg Series From the Manticore Vaults' and comprise two boxed sets of CDs, containing (if memory serves me correctly) 7 and 8 discs respectively (cost is circa 30 pounds each boxed set). The interesting thing about them is that the discs are copies of bootleg albums recorded by members of the audience, given a digital polish, but otherwise very much like 'genuine' bootlegs, with artwork to match. I know that we must not discuss the provenance and quality of bootlegs on this forum (and quite rightly IMHO). However, I wonder if other groups might take a lead from ELP and start releasing bootleg albums under their own steam. It would seem an interesting way for commonly ripped-off bands to 'get their own back'.