> I'd be willing to bet that it was released because FZ could purchase the 
> rights to do so, unlike the Texas Motel Medley where he couldn't. I know that 
> some of the US releases of that tour were slightly different from the UK and 
> world releases because acquiring the rights to some tunes. Wasn't Bolero one 
> of them?
> Lawyers is such crazy peoples!

Yes, the Bolero had to be removed from later pressings because Ravel's heirs 
didn't approve. And that's just one example of copyrights taken to the 

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