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About LedElvis75

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  1. Just to have a different perspective of that great, legendary show.
  2. Tokyo 10-3-72 8mm Rare Footage

    No doubt about it. Far more patience than I've got.
  3. Well, that's that, then... I guess. Shoot.
  4. Ah, yes. Thanks bud! Enjoy the weekend.
  5. How much of that 2nd source exists? Of course, the Millard recording is glorious and one of the All-Time Greats, but this 2nd source isn't bad. Would love to hear it if more exists. Very interested in finding it if anyone knows.
  6. Tokyo 10-3-72 8mm Rare Footage

    How in the world did you know what audio to use and when?
  7. Copenhagen 24.07.79 Oh yes!!

    Bonzo's fills are so fast and clean it's remarkable. ALS might be my favorite version. Never understood the reviews Luis Rey gave these 2 shows.
  8. Bring It On Home from Coda Deluxe Release

    So now I have to ask, was this the only track from that session that was done/preserved??
  9. Bring It On Home from Coda Deluxe Release

    THAT'S what I was looking for. Thanks Sam.
  10. OK-this might be over at the Hotel, and it might even be here... but I haven't looked in the Deluxe release threads for a while. Does anyone know the story behind this version? I'm fascinated by just how F'ing good it is. Blows my mind every time I play it. Was it recorded to make the LZII release?? Or was it just a jam session? What was its intended purpose? It's just blistering on ALL levels. The only problem I have with it is, I just wish it was about a full minute longer.
  11. And if Fool was left off yet made it's way out on the Deluxe set (in the quality of the original release, not the track that did make the Deluxe release) we'd all be shaking our heads in astonishment that it never made the original 1979 release. Some of John Bonham's BEST work and you wouldn't want it to be included on the album?? HUH?!
  12. Being a drummer and a worshipper of EVERYTHING JOHN BONHAM, that Fort Worth show is probably still my go-to 75 show. Bonham was just so F'ing good that night it's incredible. Makes up for whatever faults Robert or Jimmy had. His playing is fast, ferocious, inventive (his fills in OTHAFA just leaving me shaking my head, maybe not as good as the next night, but 3:35 to 3:37 is pure GOLD), and incredibly accurate (Just listen to his bass drum on TSRTS-it's mind blowing). From start to finish the pace he keeps up is just staggering. And, to me anyway, his drums just sound magnificent... better than most of the 75 boards. I love the Seattle show, but this one is still my fav from 75.
  13. Best matrices aside from Four Blocks in the Snow?

    Really like the one Porgie did of 5/14/73 New Orleans.
  14. New Mystery Soundboard?

    Definitely getting the whole thing off of Dime tonight.
  15. New Mystery Soundboard?

    That sounds very nice. Damn!!