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  1. He plays something around the 0:57-1:12 mark that sounded vaguely familiar to me.. but you're probably right. Maybe it's just me being OCD 🤔🤣
  2. Can you tell if he plays "Dixie" during the harmonizer section on the 22nd? I know he plays "Feelin' Groovy" before the theremin section. He plays something patriotic sounding before that though, I can't tell what it is. Sounds like "Dixie" to me.
  3. Way to go bro! I'm impressed by the effort you put into this and can't wait to see what other shows you can splice together.
  4. The sound quality of this remaster is amazing! Definitely a night and day difference. I would love to hear the rest of the show. It's a shame that this wasn't the version of the show that's been circulating on Youtube for years.
  5. Amen to that brother! I agree with literally everything in your post.
  6. Is Atlanta nitpickable? I know it's definitely a "bootleg ears required" show..
  7. 5/30/77 also has an impressive sounding STH solo.. I haven't heard the soundboard but it sounds great on the audience source.
  8. 4/28/77 the first (?) audience source. The taper or his homie says "Achilles Last Stand, holy shit, Achilles Last Stand" as Page picks out the intro.
  9. I dunno why but that cracked me up 😆
  10. Oh without a doubt. I don't know if you've ever attempted to listen to the (well-developed-bootleg-ears-required) opening night at Chicago but his vocals on Kashmir are very powerful. Although I never liked that harmonizer he uses when he sings In My Time Of Dying.
  11. I don't often chime in, but thanks for posting this. Definitely an amusing read 😀
  12. I like how they played 2 encores at Pontiac (and most of the other shows on the first leg of the tour). I'm not a fan of how most of the shows on the 2nd and 3rd legs got Rock and Roll preceded by a truncated version of Whole Lotta Love.
  13. When you say the Pontiac version of No Quarter is "easily one of the best versions", do you mean one of the best versions for '77 or one of the best versions '73-'79?
  14. Slightly off topic but would it be reasonable to think an audience member in 1977 would have anything better to film these shows with besides an 8mm? I l really dig the 8mm footage on Youtube but as others have noted you can barely see the lasers.
  15. If they really are gonna stream live material I hope there's gonna be some sort of schedule/itinerary posted in advanced so we don't miss shows we might be particularly interested in.
  16. I've very much enjoyed reading this thread. Any chance you might do a best of New York when you have the time?
  17. Seriously man. That version is hella tight. Even with the broken string/guitar swap. I love that ominous intro.. plus we got 8mm footage of it on Youtube.
  18. How do you think it should have been credited? "Trad. arr/adap. by Page and Plant" ? I was also curious about your opinion on IMTOD. I think when Page recorded it with the Black Crowes (correct me if I'm wrong) it got credited as "Trad. arr/adap. by Bonham, Jones, Page and Plant". Great post by the way. The Led Zeppelin 'stole' "everything they played" canard is absurd. Watch a Led Zeppelin video on Youtube and the comments are full of ridiculous accusations.
  19. I'm sure muscle memory had alot to do with his chording. It's a shame this New York run isn't as well recorded as the Inglewood shows. Considering it was also a six-day run in a major venue.
  20. Thank you for mentioning Tampa and Oakland. I can't imagine any reason why they'd choose not to close circuit those shows. If you look at audience footage from Oakland, you can barely see the band from the nosebleeds.
  21. So was 1/22 Southhampton the only show from this tour that was multi-tracked? Is that a definite?
  22. I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks 6/23 is overrated. I feel as though if Keith Moon hadn't made a cameo and it wasn't a Millard recording people wouldn't give it as much attention as they do. Still has some great moments though.. I share your opinion on 6/26 as well. An overall solid show and I'd much rather hear "It'll Be Me" as an encore than that "Whole Lotta Love"/"Rock And Roll" medley they were doing.
  23. According to Led Zeppelin Database the following shows have mellotron solos: 10/5/72 (Nagoya), 11/30/72 (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), 12/12/72 (Cardiff), 12/22/72 (London), 1/22/73 (Southhampton). It lists both the 6/3 and 7/29 versions of "Thank You" as having organ solos. I was just curious though. Being random.
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