I was recently listening to Elton John's 11-17-70 and wanted to find out a bit more about it. It was an album that performed live in a studio and broadcast on the radio. Tapes were made into the album that was released in April of 1971. Several bootlegs of the show were available. Which made me wonder what they were and what the quality was.
That led me to do some research in some newspaper archives. GeneaolgyBank.com yielded this interesting look at bootlegging from the Trenton Evening Times, June 13, 1971. The image of The Stones' boot album is rather blurry. I'm assuming that the microfilm of the paper was of poor quality. I added a clear image that I found at RollingStonesNet.com.
Since the ad for Hal's Stereo Sound Center appeared on the same page as the article I thought it would be fun to look at what was available at the time.