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  1. I'm assuming the footage of Bonham dancing on the DVD credits is Pittsburgh? Sam, do you know how much of the concert they shot in Pittsburgh?
  2. The lowdown: 2-3 cameramen per night, with one guy shooting from center stage down in the front row and another roaming around; the 27th had a camera shooting the full stage and the 29th had a guy shooting from behind the stage and stage left from a higher vantage point. Most of the footage circulating can be sourced from The Song Remains the Same or the Led Zeppelin DVD, but your best bet for alternative material is in the 35 minute outtake compilation as mentioned above: Besides what shows up here, there's also excerpts from the ending of Whole Lotta Love (again, but with alternate footage), Since I've Been Loving You (with no new footage), the Dazed and Confused bow solo (again, but with alternate footage), and Moby Dick (with alternate footage and fantasy material). Audience-shot footage from all three nights exists as well.
  3. Note the Giant Beat Ride alongside the 2002 Crash/Sound Edge Hi Hats.
  4. They are not from two albums, but You Shook Me and Dazed and Confused are both 6:28 long.
  5. Doesn't appear to have anything that you couldn't find on YouTube.
  6. Synced to Montreux 1971.08.07 (no recording from Milan for this part of the show)...
  7. Will this ever be released? Is there more live footage than what's already out there?
  8. Thanks Strider (and everyone else)!
  9. And here it is!
  10. An updated sync job of the existing video with the new soundboard will be on LZF within the hour. Stay tuned for a link...
  11. He isn't wrong. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfwHVTtqM40
  12. Where did the soundcheck take place?
  13. Count me in.
  14. I just want to clarify that you're talking about audio clips, yes? There is no footage circulating for the 23rd at all. He also used it for No Quarter for either the 17th or 18th.