There was (just about) enough 'new' post-Ogden's material for a single LP which is how they released it in Europe (as 'In Memoriam'), and there are still tracks there that haven't been released as part of the reissue programme yet (what we got on the Immediate Box were alt takes). I'm still holding out for the extra-long keyboard mix of 'Wide-Eyed Girl' that turned up on that 80s 'Big Music' compilation, rather than spend a fortune scoring a fresh copy of the original. But yeah, I certainly do see your point. Yes it's much more likely they'd keep that in reserve for a standalone release, if indeed they can release it at all. Me too, but the only other late-period live material I know of that's turned up so far is the short set from the final tour (Vienna 1969). Very interesting setlist, but a very tough listen due to the poor recording quality. If they do go down the live recordings route, hopefully they aren't going to try and pass off the Colour Me Pop footage as a proper live performance. And it probably won't happen (and almost certainly not here) but I'd also like to see some kind of release of the Outcasts tape they discovered during the research for the Ronnie biography. They apparently gave away CDRs of it to people who crowdfunded the initial run of the book. Likely that'll leak at some point though.