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  1. Perhaps it's the upcoming 'Guitar Man'?
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    BBC Sessions vs. old BBC Recordings boot

    So, re: the overdubs...in theory, even the vinyl boot I recall in early 80s might have had some layered guitars? Do you know if Page retained those dubs for the official release, or were these dubs done specifically for that official release? Good tip on obtaining all BBC releases. Man do I need another hard drive. Thanks for your (and everyone's) input!
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    BBC Sessions vs. old BBC Recordings boot

    Man...I wish I had more facts here, but I am going off of 25 (25!) years of foggy memory. I know it was white or light, the pig doesn't ring a bell. True, someone could have duped the boot and slapped a diff. cover on it. One would think, though, that we'd find some image of that. Who knows. I think the 6.27.69 setlist is the closest to my memory. Ya know...I need to find a version of that in its entirety and give it a listen...maybe something will sound familiar.
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    BBC Sessions vs. old BBC Recordings boot

    Yeah, I looked at that one, but it was definitely a mostly white (or very light) cover...but not black. I'm actually leaning towards this one, though it wouldn't have had the later stuff from '71. But I'm not convinced.
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    BBC Sessions vs. old BBC Recordings boot

    Awesome...thanks for the info thusfar. I'll check back later.
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    BBC Sessions vs. old BBC Recordings boot

    lmao...I get a picture of a lovely vegetarian sandwich from that link.
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    BBC Sessions vs. old BBC Recordings boot

    Hmmmm, we may be on to something here. Do the audio contents sound similar to the above descriptions?
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    BBC Sessions vs. old BBC Recordings boot

    hmmm, I know the boot of which you speak, but my (faded) memory insists it wasn't the pig cover. I recall it being more of the type imagery of the 97 release (or other similar photo like the back covers of ZepIII.) But, I could be wrong. The interviews sound familiar, though. Again not sure if I'm confusing them with another boot or not. Had I know my memory would be affected in this way, I wouldn't have.... ...well, yeah, I guess I still would have.
  9. So one problem I have is that I'm going off of my memory of an old BBC recordings vinyl that I no longer have. I've done a tad of research online, and haven't found the answers I'm looking for. I figured I'd have some rapid luck here. I do recall this old vinyl having a similar cover, at least I know it was white with some faint imagery on the front, similar to the official BBC Sessions release. I know some of the songs were represented on both albums, but don't know (for sure) which ones are solely on the official release. I also assume that there was no overdubbing on the old boot. If true, does anyone know the origins of those overdubs? (other shows, newly-recorded licks?) I was able to find a few references to old BBC boots, but none were obviously the one I used to have; and non offered images of the cover. So, with that...please offer up anything you got! Thanks!
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    ZoSology

    Well, the work of his that I've seen is quite good, but the comments I've seen on here about him are derogatory towards his personality, not his work. Just curious.
  11. lmao. parking cars. "Would the owner of a green Continental please move your vehicle, you're blocking the hydrant. Thank you. This is a song of hope..."
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    ZoSology

    I've seen this quite a bit...why is Ross frowned upon by folks in this community?
  13. So right before Kashmir, actually just before he mentioned the thing about the 50 countries being represented here, and this is the 51st, and right before he said there was a guy w/ a Hammer of the Gods shirt, he said "Out here, out here in the perimeter there are no stars" So I recognize this from a Jim Morrison poem, which was then put to music on An American Prayer by the Doors. "Out here in the perimeter, there are no stars. Out here, we is stoned....immaculate." Question is...does he make references to his (former) colleagues work like this often? Is there some specific relationship to Morrison or this particular work that makes this understandable?
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    The New New Picture Song Game

    this can't be wearing & tearing? can it?
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