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mysticman560

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  1. mysticman560

    Which shows do we know were multitracked?

    What about the soundboard recordings from the Fillmore West (January 11th and April 27th)?
  2. mysticman560

    What show or live song are you listening to now?

    I revisit this often. One of my favorite early tunes. Primal early Led Zeppelin at its best!
  3. The "Father of the Blues" Muddy Waters, live on the Rockpalast, (Germany 1978): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wls2JYvrx8U
  4. mysticman560

    What Are You Listening To At This Moment?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVYnmj3t3Ww Harvey Mandel. Amazing guitar player. Check him out.
  5. Details here: https://www.uncut.co.uk/news/led-zeppelins-john-bonham-honoured-hometown-festival-106306 I wonder if Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, or Robert Plant will participate in any of these activities.
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    New 1968 Live shows for the 50th anniversary

    I would love to see a good live recording released from 1968 or early 1969 when the band were taking audiences by storm and establishing themselves as a musical force to be reckoned with. The mid to late years are fairly well documented in terms of live recordings, so let's hear something from their early formative primal stage as a band,
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    Potential Zep Reunion? Probably not.... but Maybe...

    In terms of an anniversary celebration, I'd rather see anything but an anti-climatic "tribute" concert or lackluster reunion. I'd like to remember the band as they were in their prime, not as old men performing the music of their youth in a way that really doesn't due justice to their legacy. I'd be satisfied with a book from the band, and would be more than happy with the release of a live recording from 1968-1970 to commemorate the band's anniversary.
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