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I don’t know if this post is in the right forum (if not please let me know). I noticed an auction on eBay with for me an unseen t-shirt from Electric Magic (1971). It doesn’t look like a t-shirt from the 70s (more like 1980-90), but I have never seen it before. Could it be an original item or does anyone else have information?
Selling my 1971 ticket from Nottingham boathouse , small gig only several 100 went , last ticket I saw sell in 2006 made the newspapers on eBay for £536.. Have listed my ticket on eBay and would be happy to answer any questions on here. See link for the ticket I have and photos below http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/151881025758
Who can tell me when the first live performance of no quarter was???? In my collection, the first one i have is on 09.09.1971 and any concert before that, it isnt on the setlist. My collection consists of almost every single concert ever performed, give or take a few from each year, and the ones that were never bootlegged. so i am pretty sure this is the first appearence of the song, But i am not sure becuase i cant find anything on this topic anywhere, google, other forums ect....
lololabrute posted a topic in Led Zep LiveThey seem to be high up there as part of the holy grails of Zeppelin boots to have. Does anyone agree? Sound-wise? Are they worth it?
Pretty much what the topic says, good recording from that period(late '70 because I prefer those shows with the acoustic sets that aren't in the early ones) I have most of the available soundboard recordings so good audience ones are preferred, as a reference 1972/10/9 is what I'd consider a good audience recording from that period. So any good ones?