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  1. It's not terribly surprising that someone from England, where lots of people from India also reside, would know some basic Indian words and phrases. He also speaks some French, so chalk it up to him being well rounded.
  2. Moving to a new house a couple of months ago set me back, so I haven't finished the 4/27/69 show, although I've made a lot of progress. I don't think I will be able to make the second part of the show (Killing Floor, etc.) sound as good as the first part (As Long As I Have You, etc.), but I'm trying to improve it as much as possible before I release it. At some point I'll realize I've done as much as I can given how bad the second part sounded to begin with, but I'm not ready to give up yet so it will be a while before I'm ready to release it.
  3. No problem. Hopefully you enjoy the rest of it, too.
  4. I'm glad you like it. There's a program that splits mono recordings into the individual instruments. Once that's done, it's just a matter of mixing those instruments back together to make stereo versions of the songs and then remastering them. The remastering part is what takes the majority of the time. It's more art than science, so I spend a lot of time trying things to figure out what sounds best. It's different for each show because the soundboards all sound different to begin with. Because of that, there's no set formula, although there are some general steps I take for each show to get me headed in the right direction.
  5. Here's a radio interview about this show from people who were there and some info about the Richfield Coliseum in general: https://play.acast.com/s/cle-rocks/ledzeppelinsdestroyer
  6. For those who haven't seen it, here's a positive review of the show from The Plain Dealer:
  7. Here's the latest release in The Stereo Project. Send me a message if you want a copy.
  8. Roger Earl, drummer for Foghat, recalls playing on bills with Zep when he was part of Savoy Brown. The discussion about Zep starts two thirds of the way down the article: https://ultimateclassicrock.com/roger-earl-foghat-led-zeppelin/
  9. Jimmy used his lightening bolt signature in the late '70's, not the more traditional one that's on that record.
  10. I agree that some of his comments to the crowd were unkind and unnecessary, but these shows were about as good as live rock music gets, so the muted audience reaction is a little strange.
  11. We moved to a new house recently, so I haven't had any time to work on it. I'll get back to it once I've finished up the main projects in the new place.
  12. "Take Five" by Dave Brubeck. One of the most famous songs in Jazz history starts out wonderfully with a killer lead sax, then devolves into a mood killing drum/piano solo in its mid section before mercifully bringing the sax back at the end.
  13. With tomorrow being the anniversary of this show, I just wanted to bump this thread in case anyone wants a copy of the stereo remaster.
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