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ohjimmy

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  1. "The only other complaint is not really about what is here but rather what is missing. For it to be a truly all-inclusive set, it should have had all of the Seattle '77 show, and the two Earl's Court videos that are out there. Plus there are some other clips that appear to be missing, such as the audience footage of 6/21/77. While it may be the most complete collection to date, it isn't complete." I have to disagree. To expect this to have both earls court shows and the Seattle show is an unrealistic expectation for the price of this collection. Plus this is not what this DVD is about.......it's about all the odds and ends....not about full shows. Those are available on their own,along with both knebworth shows. Also,I've never heard or seen of there being any footage of LA 21st night. Where have to seen that? This collection has everything that is available.....nothing is missing. The disc with all the yardbird footage is amazing!! Cheers
  2. I can't imagine any fan being disappointed in this collection. For $100 you get 17 hrs of upgraded footage all in one place......and you get everything currently available. These are NOT burns from YouTube and there are no watermarks like on the "The Film Archives" or "Assamblage". I've been collecting Zep vid footage for over 30 yrs and this is the only place to get it all in one place. I've watched this a few times and it's an impressive collection if you're into all the odds and ends of Zep collecting. Cheers
  3. That clip on Floyd is not part of this footage (aside from the first 30 seconds). Only the first 8 min of the doc (which includes all of the Grant footage) are part of this collection. If you are a hard core Zep vid collector then this is the one. It's a bit pricey but well worth it IMHO.It has everything in one place and many upgrades and properly synced footage (for the most part). I'd of organized the packaging a bit better if I were EV but it's not too bad. Sorry can't answer the Parkinson question. He doesn't say his name during the segment and you hardly see his face. cheers
  4. The footage is 7 min 50 sec on this DVD. It's the entire segment with Grant included. This collection has EVERYTHING....many upgrades.
  5. You are correct! There's even footage of it.
  6. This is on the new EV DVD "History Lesson"....it's a well done collection of everything in one spot. thxs for sharing this awesome footage!!
  7. I'll add EC 05/18/75 to a solid list. Great NQ and Over the Hills from this show.
  8. Thanks for posting this.
  9. Fisheads has this new DVD title from EV......"History Lessons". I've picked up "Assamblage I + ll" and "The Film Archive" in the past and they are both great. Most of the footage can be found on YouTube but it'd be nice to have everything in one place. Over 17 hrs of footage? Would be nice to get a list of what's on this but can't find any info. - History Lesson (Various) 6 Dual Layer DVDs + 1 Single Layer DVD - Ltd Ed Deluxe Box Set with Obi and large insert listing all sources. This set features 17+ Hours of Content!! Each DVD set is housed in special paper cases and is enclosed in an exquisite Ltd Ed box. Empress Valley Label $115 + Ship -
  10. Thanks for letting us know about this. I make a habit of watching this movie a few times a year. Have to grab the Blue ray this week. Epic swinging sixties flick!
  11. Awesome! Great work on this new discovery. Thanks for sharing. This is one hot gig!! Might hear it differently now that I know it's the first gig of the tour.....if that makes any sense?? Lol
  12. Or some of the March '73 gigs which are partial. Bring them on !!
  13. The bands great live moments are plenty, it's sure tough to choose only one. I think all the choices so far are excellent!! There is something magical about that July 28th No Quarter though. I could have that original SRTS version playing all day on a continuous loop and it would be my favourite day ever. That solo cooks and is a shinning moment of pure Page bliss. Bonham in the background doing his shuffles and just letting Page run with it as the solo builds and builds and builds....insane !! I'm smiling just thinking of it lol?. This would be my pick. Time to go listen to this.
  14. Julian mentioned today that first editions are all sold out. Not sure if it'll go into wide print release? Sam might have an idea about that. Cheers.