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reswati

Led Zeppelin Vinyl bootlegs

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Which ones do you (still) have?

I met a guy at the 02 concert who claimed to have more than 200 different ones, so of course I would love to know about your collections.

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CDS:

White Summer '69

Dazed and Confused '75

Bonham's Final Show '80

DVDS:

An Australian DVD, I don't remember the date. It didn't even have footage on it. I basically got ripped off.

I also have the Third Eye of the O2 show and it's great quality.

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I only have two physical boots, one of the San Francisco shows from '69 and a DVD of Knebworth 4-8-79. The rest are all just on my computer, I have quite a few but you can never have too many. :D

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The topic is VINYL bootlegs. I have a few of those, (I even have the "Collectors guide to vinyl boots of Zep" by Hot Wacks, anyone else have that?) I have Listen to this Eddie, Persistence, Badgeholders, Seattle '73, Three Days After, Bonzo's Birthday Party, Live 1975 (Montreal), Earls Court, Dallas '73, BBC Sessions, a couple others...

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The topic is VINYL bootlegs. I have a few of those, (I even have the "Collectors guide to vinyl boots of Zep" by Hot Wacks, anyone else have that?) I have Listen to this Eddie, Persistence, Badgeholders, Seattle '73, Three Days After, Bonzo's Birthday Party, Live 1975 (Montreal), Earls Court, Dallas '73, BBC Sessions, a couple others...

Badgeholder, you deserve another badge for indeed seeing what I meant by vinyl boots :D

(thanks also to the ones who who replied by posting their cd's, although that wasn't what I meant....erratum humanum est...lol)

That book that you have sounds interesting indeed.....who is the author and is it still for sale somewhere?

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Badgeholder, you deserve another badge for indeed seeing what I meant by vinyl boots :D

(thanks also to the ones who who replied by posting their cd's, although that wasn't what I meant....erratum humanum est...lol)

That book that you have sounds interesting indeed.....who is the author and is it still for sale somewhere?

I have two Vinyl Bootleg's

One is titled The 1975 World Tour recored Feb 6th 1975 at the Montreal forum No.2960

( Thanks to lefty and the gang) 2 records

Side 1 rock & roll/sick gain

Overt the hill & Far away

imtod

Side 2

tsrts

trs

k

tuf

SIDE 3

D&C

side 4

sth

wll/bd

H

he 2nd Record I have is titledEarls court May 24th 1975

Side A NQ, T Side B K, GTC, TTW,Wodstock ( special thanks to J Wizardo.

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On vinyl I have (without a turn table to play them on :( ):

The complete BBC recordings (4 records)

Japan (don't remember the exact date) '71

Persistence (SF '73)

Montreal '75

How Many More Times (LB '75)

Part of Earl's Court (5/24/75)

The Last Brawl (Oak. '77)

Brussels '80

Frankfurt '80

I think that is all, but I am going off memory.

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I went to edit my post to say nevermind but I can't anymore. So sorrry for putting cds and DVDs in the VINYL thread. My bad, but no need to get huffy about it.

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I went to edit my post to say nevermind but I can't anymore. So sorrry for putting cds and DVDs in the VINYL thread. My bad, but no need to get huffy about it.

Doesn't matter lzfan715, you are still a pleasure to talk to :D

A shame that you got ripped off with the australian cd, by sons-of-not-so-noble-women, really loathsome.

Another thing that strikes me is that most people here have the Montreal 75 boot, since it's not directly one of my favorite bootlegs thanks to the freaked up fake stereo trickery (Still it is also the first one I ever found)

My own list:

Dazed and Confused, London 27 June 69, multicolour vinyl

Life, Düsseldorf 1970

Mudslide (picture disk)

Blueberry Hill (have it twice, once as a single and once as a double album)

Going to California (great concert, possibly my favorite)

Stairway to Heaven (BBC 71)

BBC Zep (yes indeed, BBC 71, different songs as STH)

Cellarful of noise (unlistenable, pressed at a weird speed)

My brain hurts

BBC transcription services (Stoke on Trent 73)

Bonzo's birthday party (coloured vinyl)

3 Days after (love the weird theremin bleeping in WLL, very psychedelic)

V 1/2 (Seattle 73)

Legerdomain (yup, Montreal 75)

Tangible Vandalism (outtakes/demo's from P. Graff.)

Trampled underfoot (Dallas 75, clear vinyl)

Earls Court 1 (yellow vinyl)

Earls Court 2

Destroyer (grey marbled vinyl)

Live in Cleveland (pic disk with the Swan Song angel, looks better than it sounds)

Listen to this Eddie

Badgeholders 1 and 2

Copenhagen warm ups, the second night

Knebworth 1 and 2

Loose ends (various live recordings)

Studio daze

The grand levitation (coloured vinyl, live 02)

And yeah, I love the retro aspect of them beeing on original records, even though there are zillion new boots that sound better due to equalizing and better new source tapes.

Still great to see that there are more people like who cherish the vinyls.

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My collecting was done in the 80s so I have plenty of vinyl boots:

First Concert as the New Yardbirds

For Your Love

Danish Television March 1969

Moby Dick

In The Light 1969

White Summer

Mudslide

Blueberry Hill

Led Zeppelin (Joker, BBC)

Spare Parts

Early Jitters

Tundershoot

On Tour- The Backstage Story

File Under

Going To California

Live in Osaka 9/29/71

LA Forum- A Night at the Heartbreak Hotel

My Brain Hurts

Riot House

Lead Poisoning

Bonzo's Birthday Party

Three Days After

Live in Seattle '73 Tour

Persistance

Duck Walks & Lazers

Live on the Levee

The 1975 World Tour

United States of America

In Person

Led Astray in Baton Rouge

Earl's Court

The 1975 British Tour

Sick Again

A Page on Led Guitar

Listen to this Eddie

For Badgeholders Only Pt. 1

Alpha & Omega

Melancholy Danish Page Boys Get it On

Copenhagen Warm Ups- The Second Night

Knebworth 1979 Pt. 1

Bonzo's Last Ever Gig in Berlin

Destroyer

Zoso 80

Bonzos' Last Stand- The Last Rehearsal

Destroyer III

In Concert

Inedits

More Inedits

Solo Performances

In Through the Out Take

Tangible Vandalism

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Several BBC's from 71

Destroyer - 4 album box set, without stairway

Destroyer - four album set, with stairway

Persistence - 3 albums

Bonzo's Birthday Party

Live on the Levee - the entire show where jimmy page gets sick from china white(or so it says)Chicago 75

White Summer

Royal Albert Hall

Heartbreak Hotel

Seattle 73

Fillmore West as long as i have you

Blueberry Hill 2 albums i found my thrill.........

Bonzo's Montreaux

That's off the top.

Seattle 73 was the first. Once I heard that I knew that Led Zeppelin was the greatest band ever. The most awesome version of the ocean i've ever heard.

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The Final Option , The Can, Strange Tales From The Road are my best. I have about 35 other zep vinyl boot titles, too many to type. Dont even ask how many silvers I have :blink: Collecting was highly addictive. Glad there is bit torrent and internet now

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I have February 12, 1975 at Madison Square Garden on 2 picture vinyls.

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The Final Option , The Can, Strange Tales From The Road are my best. I have about 35 other zep vinyl boot titles, too many to type. Dont even ask how many silvers I have :blink: Collecting was highly addictive. Glad there is bit torrent and internet now

Wow, you actually got it.

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For Badgeholders Only parts 1&2 (Dragonfly)

Persistence (Roon Dog)

Live At Knebworth 8-4-79 parts 1&2 (Raven)

BBC Broadcast (Sunburn)

Plant Waves (Wizardo)

Led Zep 329 (Wizardo)

Everything else I have is on CD.

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An original Pb and an original Going To California blue vinyl. The only two items from my original Zeppelin collection that didn't get ripped off :( .

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The Final Option , The Can, Strange Tales From The Road are my best. I have about 35 other zep vinyl boot titles, too many to type. Dont even ask how many silvers I have :blink: Collecting was highly addictive. Glad there is bit torrent and internet now

Can you post us some pictures of The Final Option, and some pics of the disks it contains?

Thanks in advance!

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I have about 120 vinyl boots left, mostly oginial releases (TMQ, etc.), colored vinyl or picture disks. At one point in the late 70's I had just about every vinyl boot of zep made up to that point, but I sold them off and kept only the originals. Haven't listened to them in years. Anybody interested in anything?

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Does anyone have these:

BATH FESTIVAL 1970 (Krishna Records)

EARL'S COURT (Europe, also reissued on Idle Mind Prod.)

EARL'S COURT II (Europe, also reissued on Idle Mind Prod.)

V1/2 (TMOQ)

GETTING THE LED OUT (Monomatapa)

IN CONCERT (OG-660)

KNEBWORTH II (Toasted)

KNEBWORTH II (Ze Anonym Plattenspieler (ZAP))

KNEBWORTH VOL. 2 (BGA Records; single EP)

LAST LEAD (Monomatapa)

LISTEN TO THIS EDDIE (no label, Japanese acetate LP)

LIVE AT THE LA FORUM 9-4-70 (Rubber Dubber)

LIVE IN TOKYO 1971 (SUPERSTARS) (no label 2LP set)

NO QUARTER (no label, also reissued on Red Devil)

Pb (no label, legendary first issue of Vancouver '70 FM)

Thanks in advance!

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Would anybody be able to tell me how much destroyer is worth?

Incomplete or not, thanks :)

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