Thought I would chime back in, as I hit my regular record shop on a recent Montreal trip. It's called Aux 33 tours, and it is my favorite to date. I have been meaning to hit Academy Annex in Brooklyn, but didn't make it there last time. I did hit the other Academy, not the classical one, and was fairly impressed. Aux 33 was worth the trip as usual. Finds this trip included a nice Japanese Wes Mongomery: California Dreaming, and Joni: Ladies of the Canyon on Brown label Reprise.... Clean/quiet Joni records are a bitch to find, especially her first two. Heeere's Johnny!They had a columbia Greatest hits Vol.1 , a nice collection of early stuff, and both of the records I referred to in my OP. I picked up the SPEAKERS CORNER Live at San Quention, and the columbia GH dbl LP. Live at SQ is worth every penny. I was pleasantly surprised overall with the sonics. Johnny is dead center, guitars right, drums left. It doesn't have that compressed, dated type sound though. His voice is open and transparent, but still rich and full. Pressing is dead quiet, not a whisper of anything you don't want to hear. Coffee 1- agree wholeheartedly about JC being right there w/ Frank and Ella. A true legend, and SQ is IMO, proof of that.Kudos to Speakers Corner for choice of material, and top notch quality pressing.