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  1. Watching the official DVD and during the credits bit for the MSG part, there has a snip that sounds absolutely fantastic. I can't find a complete recording of this version. Does one exist? According to The Garden Tape site "Playing on the Madison Square Garden Menu on DVD Two is Since I've Been Loving You from the feature itself. This particular segment of the song is from 27th July 1973."
  2. I have an old (1986) album of the very last rehearsal called "Bonzo's Last Stand" from Atremis Records. Claims to be the last ever recording anyway. Really cool artwork. I loved the old days of albums.
  3. The new soundboard has arrived. "Now in stock"! Won't be long now folks.
  4. After listening to the 77 Cali run, you can identify some familiar voices in his recordings. Or at least sound similar. Has anyone identified, if ever, Mike recorded his voice? I would hope he wasn't the "Hey asshole" guy in LTTE during the solo!
  5. Find "Gus' Fried Chicken" for lunch. BB Kings has the best dry rub ribs I've ever eaten. A must 2 for southern cuisine. Graceland at mid day only. You will see why.
  6. I have my popcorn ready. Great thread. Brings back old memories.
  7. 4/24/69 Jonsey up front and killin it. The amp that is.
  8. Neat concept. Mine would be No Quarter (TSRTS) Levee (4) TTW/GTC (Berkeley) ITL (PG) IGC (In/Out Door) T41 (Presence) TBOE (4)
  9. I've always kinda liked the 80's version with Munich at the top of my list. For those who like the solo, you get two for one on this tour and this one has a meloncholy blues and a sadness that is unique. http://starship.jpn.ph/zeppelin/beauty/disp/boot.jsp?R_idx=74
  10. The German run in 73 is a standout playing wise with Offenburg one of my favs, as for 72, Adelaide and the 2 shows that make up the HTWWW are standouts along with the Budokan show. On a side note, is the 85 issues giving you plenty of time to listen to the old boots sitting in traffic like myself?
  11. I usually check out the cover bands when the come around. Some are really good players. A few are great. I usually watch the audience and their reaction. It does my heart good to know I had the intuition to choose the greatest band over 40 years ago to be my favorite. Watching the younger crowd mouth the words and really get into a good show is actually pretty awsome from my vantage point in life. I think ZOSO is probably the best CB I've seen to capture the live feel with the musical talent to make it realistic. Nothing is ever as good as the original but to dismiss the experience of almost being there, listening to good music is silly in my mind.
  12. The matrix of a soundboard and a MM audience source from LA 75 would be epic. A soundboard of Atlanta 77 would be nice. It's like the week before Christmas.
  13. True. But... Like the band and their wishes of not having their music bootlegged, I'm sure Winston and every other bootlegger has their own wishes too. It all comes down to the consumer. If Page and Winston were worried about losing money because of me listening to some old concerts, I'm sure they would sell some recordings anonymously, or start their own label to cash in. Cough. They won't or can't, or they have, and we will probably never know. People who are fans will give up cash for something they truly love. If Page doesn't like it, release some nuggets, if Winnie is opposed, start a "Silver Rails" company. Either way, people pay.
  14. Check out Joe Bonamassa. Here is T-4-1
  15. 10 bucks to have a copy of a Winston in a format that can't be deleted or erased is ok with me. MP3 is not the end all. I'd pay 50 bucks for a Winston vinyl. Hell, I paid 15 bucks for a Katy Perry cd for my daughter. Hmmm. LTE or Roar.