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The Rambler posted a topic in Led Zeppelin ReissuesWhat musical key is "key to the highway/trouble in mind" in? thanks (im an newbie)
I, like many other i assume, have been slightly disappointed with the reissues of Zeppelin's albums. My main gripe is the missed opportunity to add remastered versions of bootlegs and outtakes like "Take Me Home" "Sugar Mama" "I Wanna Be Her Man" and many others. I know Jimmy said he wasn't adding songs that made it out on bootleg or to the public, but what a mistake! I for one would shell out money without hesitation for remastered versions of those on cd/vinyl. So my question is, would you buy an album/box set with outtakes like "Swan Song" or "Fire?" If so, let us find a way to relay the message to Jimmy himself so maybe it will get done.
Hi Jimmy and anyone else that might be reading this, I'm hoping to get the official, clarified confirmation on whether the Vinyl reissues have been converted to a digital format, which I believe is what I read. While this may provide some apparent sonic clarity, the Vinyl purists out here would appreciate, adore, love, celebrate, riot and pillage, go on hunger strikes etc. to have a pure analog > analog > analog reissue. Call us crazy, out of date, out of touch, but to our ears that digital sound just about strips the soul right out of the music. I'm sure the digital versions will be incredible for digital but we're begging you, BEGGING, please let us have an all analog pressing, to have a chance to experience as close as possible the magic, brilliance and heart that was captured in the original pressings. Thanks, Michael
hi all, I have 1, 2 ,3 and will soon have 4 and HOTH (along with everything eventually) I have not yet played any disks. I have been on a break from drinking (1 year off) and have a lot of leave in January and am planning a few personal listening sessions (no distractions from family) with a few in a really nice recliner and headphones. So how should I listen to the CD's? I am interested in what order you all think is the best way to digest this. Main disk first, then the bonus content? vice-versa? all main disks, then all the bonus content? Each track with all its own related material?? I'll will also have Jimmy's book to leaf through. God it's going to be a good holiday!