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blindwillie127

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  1. LED ZEPPELIN'S 50th ANNIVERSARY PLANS?

    The fact that Southampton is a multitrack makes it a candidate. What we've heard is a rough mix only. I've been listening to it recently with the mind set that given the proper attention, it could sonically sound amazing! I've never really enjoyed this show but I have no doubt that it could be drastically improved and deserves to be as well.
  2. Led Zeppelin or Related on YouTube

    I've been going through all your videos and, I must say, that both you and Terry are providing an invaluable service and contribution to Bonham's style and technique that is unmatched by anything else out there. I highly recommend anyone and everyone who wants to learn the 'proper' way to play Bonham's stuff to study what you and Terry are providing for those of us who care. Oh yeah, Porgie...you are one hell of a drummer...thanks for the link. My new favorite channel, dedicated to the drumming of John Henry Bonham.
  3. What show or live song are you listening to now?

    Well, that just kicked my ass...hard!
  4. '75 soundboards vs '77

    Obviously, the '75 sbds are far superior to the '77 sbds, and my question is why? Was '75 recorded onto a 2 track reel to reel tape, and was '77 recorded onto cassette's or something? The difference is stark and has always baffled me a bit. To me, it seems the '75 boards were intentionally recorded with more fidelity than the '77 boards were. Aside from balance, the drum sound is always what I use as a template for a good vs bad recording. In '75, drums are always rich and full of detail, in '77, it sounds like Bonhams playing on a tin kit in a tiny room by himself. Also, why does the sbd fragment of TYG from MSG '77 sound so much fucking better than any other '77 sbd out there up to now? I need answers!!!
  5. Good cover songs

  6. What show or live song are you listening to now?

    Thats some crazy foot action right there! Never heard Bonham do that in SIBLY before. I also like like Page's solo, its pretty laid back but its not bad at all. Too bad that the camera on Page is so out of focus/blurry. Keep 'em coming Steve...
  7. What show or live song are you listening to now?

    Big improvement!!! I love how you remove the tinny sound...and replace it with power and oomph! Keep 'em coming Steve, your work is much appreciated
  8. Nitpicking Page on 3/21/75

    Gibsonfan159. Do not give yourself the credit of butthurting anyone, sure, you're fucking annoying in your petty persistence, so if thats your intention then your a top notch troll. Sarcasm: 'the use of irony to mock or convey contempt'. By your own definition, you are a "nitpicking" &"sarcastic" fellow.
  9. Nitpicking Page on 3/21/75

    nit·pick·ing ˈnitˌpikiNG/ informal adjective 1. looking for small or unimportant errors or faults, 'especially to criticize unnecessarily' "a nitpicking legalistic exercise" noun 1. fussy fault-finding. "nitpicking over tiny details"
  10. Nitpicking Page on 3/21/75

    "I had to be sure I wasn't mistaken on my view on this show, so I listened again paying close attention to Page." Congratulations! You just proved to yourself that your right. In all seriousness now. I love Seattle '75 and gives no fucks about your self affirming opinions on the performance because its nonsense. Suggestions: get a girlfriend, a job, or don't listen to Zeppelin post '73.
  11. What show or live song are you listening to now?

    Your ability to turn those tinny sounding '77 soundboards into a 'powerful listening experience' is nothing short of a revelation my friend. Whatever it is that your doing, just please keep doing it.
  12. What Are You Listening To At This Moment?

    Go to 2:20 and crank it up!
  13. LED ZEPPELIN'S 50th ANNIVERSARY PLANS?

    Nailed it! Did anyone notice at around 2 mins into the interview Plant makes a snickering comment about Hermans Hermits? Is he still taking shots at JPJ after all these years? I also like how the interviewer tells Plant that his "solo career has proven over and over again that he's not a one trick pony" and then gently asks if he'd "ever record with Page again", and Plant responds with his convoluted sarcasm (that only he gets) and more snickering. Not cool...
  14. My personal remaster of Trampled Underfoot from 5/24/75

    Great fucking job man! If you remaster this entire show on this level, it will definitely give people a whole new perspective on this anemic sounding concert. You really brought it to life by honing in on what was missing (drums n bass) and it is actually enjoyable to listen to. Very impressive.....
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