Right off the bat, I think that "an Archives attack"
could free up a vast number of GH performances,
(which were professionally taped or video-ed) even
before the word "bootleg" comes into the conversation.
"The Velvet Sessions" at the Hard Rock Hotel in Orlando,
Florida, (March 2003) comes to mind, since I was there.
There were a couple of guys at a sound board, and a guy
crawling around the stage and through the audience with
a shoulder-held video camera, during the entire performance.
Why should a few employees of the HRH get to see
this fantastic performance, when Glenn's fans can't?
Could one phone call and some "financial finagling" do the job?
I hope so..........