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Kevinrm15

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  1. Hello Dave, Can I ask you please where you heard that Atlantic wants a LZ chronological live release for the anniversary ? I've never seen this and I'm intrigued. Thanks, - Kevin
  2. Trust me, I'd rather have the chronological live album than EC. But going by Jimmy's comment, it sounds like he has decided to produce one show in particular. I also believe now is a better time than ever to release the chronological album to celebrate the 50th anniversary.
  3. Sounds like Earls Court is next to me.
  4. Planet Rock interview: 50th celeb Page

    Sounds like Earls Court to me.
  5. And here we have it...new live album this year. In the interview, Page also reveals that there'll be a brand new Led Zeppelin live album released at some point this year and says he foresees that there'll be 'new' Led Zeppelin product emerging over the next 10 years. “I can't give the game away, but there's a recording that’s another multi-track that we'll release,” said Page. “It's so different to all the other things that are out there. It's another view compared to How The West Was Won or The Song Remains The Same. I'm looking forward to people hearing that. There's a lot of stuff to come out, a number of releases. I'd like to say that they'll be coming out over the next 10 years. There's more to come for sure.” http://www.musicweek.com/media/read/i-very-much-doubt-we-ll-do-anything-else-jimmy-page-tells-planet-rock-about-led-zeppelin-touring-future-and-new-live-album/071473
  6. And if anyone is still interested...Steve's post here says live release this summer:
  7. Steve Jones posted in another thread here that a live release is coming out in the summer. As for the other times of the year, who knows ?
  8. Who started the Earls Court rumor again ? And is it a reliable source ?
  9. Looking Ahead: the Next Three Releases - Presence ITTOD and Coda

    Strider, where did you find this ?
  10. Looking Ahead: the Next Three Releases - Presence ITTOD and Coda

    That's my birthday. A great gift that would be.
  11. Just took a trip over to amazon, looks like the current CD of Physical Graffiti is out of print and can only buy them from a private outlet. Good sign yes ?
  12. Look at this thread title that Sam posted this video in. Now please stop being a kill joy and enjoy the new year.
  13. This week, it went from the drawing board to reality with the launch of live.brucespringsteen.net. The site is offering downloads of most shows from the 2014 High Hopes Tour, a complete performance of Born To Run from a recent show in New Zealand and, in the first volume of their archival series, the launch of the Wrecking Ball tour at New York's Apollo Theater on March 9th, 2012. The shows are available via MP3 ($9.95), lossless ($12.95), HD-Audio ($19.95) and CD ($23). This new live series was put together by nugs.net, an organization that's previously worked with Pearl Jam, Phish and Metallica on their own live downloads. In an interview with Backstreets, the site's founder and CEO Brad Sterling said he initially reached out to Springsteen's camp in 2009 and got turned down, but when he tried again this year, they were suddenly interested. It turns out that Springsteen changed his mind when he realized just how many of his shows were available on YouTube. "He was like, 'We can do better than this. We own the masters!" said Sterling. "What's great is, he wasn't saying, 'Fuck those guys. Take that stuff down. Screw YouTube.' It was, 'If this is happening, we should be doing it officially.'" The archive series may be starting with a relatively recent show, but expect them to dig deeper into Springsteen's history with future releases. "It's very exciting to think about the different eras that will be covered," said Sterling. "And what's really interesting is where the tapes are coming from. What's in the vault; what isn't. Not all of it is in their archives, so they are sourcing material now." Future plans are vague, but Sterling indicated they are likely to offer famous 1970s shows that have circulated for decades. Those will presumably include Philadelphia 2/5/75, Passaic, NJ 9/19/78 and San Francisco 12/15/78. While most shows will likely be sourced from soundboard tapes, multi-track tapes and radio broadcasts, Sterling indicated that audience tapes have been used on past Nugs.net projects and they might be used again at some point for a Springsteen release. It's also possible the series will release music that predates Springsteen's 1973 debut album. "I had a whole other career as a heavy-metal guitarist that never came out on record anywhere," he said earlier this year when asked about the possibility of releasing archival material. "There's tons of music. I never close the door on any of it." In addition to concert recordings, the new website also offers high-resolution downloads of every album in Springsteen's catalog. Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/bruce-springsteen-launches-archival-concert-download-service-20141118#ixzz3JSuAMBeP Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/bruce-springsteen-launches-archival-concert-download-service-20141118
  14. Okay....since Physical Graffiti will likely be out Feb. 24th....who wants to take bets on when it will be announced ? November maybe ?
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