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  1. I’m not sure how much clarification you can give on this, Sam, but is it correct to assume that the Pontiac pro-shot video is not in the hands of the group? I always figured that if the band had it in the archives, we would have seen it in the MTV/VH1 promos, plus the music videos in the 90s, etc. So it appears Opryland provided cameras, Worldstage provided screen projection, and Mobile Tape Video based in Detroit seems to be involved as well in the filming.
  2. Jones didn’t get the stand-up bass until 1973 or so - he was using a Hohner fretless at first then switched to the P-bass in June.
  3. The 24th is, as you said, pretty bad... the 25th and 27th have their moments but I believe both of them to be pretty damn inconsistent - Plant isn't too hot on the opening songs on the 25th, neither is Page, but Dazed isn't too bad. The 27th is probably the best night of the run but Page misses the mark on a lot of key moments (Over the Hills, No Quarter, Dazed). And again, like you said, those shows definitely meander into marathon/Grateful Dead territory, especially on the 27th (No Quarter would be a home run if Page wrapped his solo up a few minutes earlier). At least Jones and Bonham maint
  4. The show is arguably better than at least their appearance in San Diego 3/14 and probably the entire LA run. The band is a hair rustier at Bloomington but when warmed up sound a lot tighter here than those gigs that linger on (often due to some indulging on the end of Jimmy Page). Plus, I love the short and sweet setlist of these early January shows compared to the 35+ minute performances of Moby Dick and Dazed and Confused that seriously drag those March shows down. The only west coast March shows I'd say for sure are better than Bloomington are San Diego 3/10, Long Beach 3/12, Vancouver
  5. It's also up in the usual places courtesy of The Dogs of Doom and will be uploaded to YouTube by Led Zeppelin Boots sometime today.
  6. This would seem to answer your question. Looks like Plant was wearing a black cardigan(?) over the white sweater:
  7. I'm inclined to believe that this new set is the December 10 date. Here's why... The Marquee shots included in the 2014 Super Deluxe book have all four members in different outfits than the two circulating color shots of the band at the Marquee. Additionally, Bonham's hair is very close to what it looked like in September 1968 compared to his hair in January 1969. Excerpt from the strip of negatives from the (presumed) October Marquee show: Better look at Page's outfit at the (now presumed) October Marquee show (not the green psychedelic shirt in the new shot): Th
  8. Since you asked, I may as well share with everyone the email you sent under your Argenteum Astrum alias this morning (not to mention, Paul, that only the last 20 minutes of this show is new and "unhearded" - so much for false advertising). I hope Gerry Olsen's kindness and our hard work getting this stuff out for free brings a nice profit for yourself and T2K!
  9. What's on YouTube is source 1. It's currently up on DIME and Led Zeppelin Boots will have it up on his YouTube channel soon.
  10. While it is of course unsurprising to see our liberations being bootlegged, can't say I'm not embarrassed to see T2K jumping on this bandwagon so quickly. Disgusting.
  11. On the eve of the 49th anniversary of Led Zeppelin's concert at Western Springs Stadium in Auckland, I am proud to partner with Lloyd Godman in premiering this never before seen 8mm footage of Led Zeppelin in Auckland, 1972! He found it in a shed back in 2019 and had it transferred locally and synced up by me. Special thanks to Lloyd Godman for filming this wonderful footage, as well as goldenretriever157 from The Dogs of Doom for helping facilitate contact with Lloyd! News article about the footage and a radio interview with the filmer can be found here: https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/n
  12. I'm very proud to unveil this new footage from the 1975.01.31 Detroit gig! For the first time we see the band actually playing How Many More Times from this tour. The vantage points are amazing. Near the end Greensboro and the first MSG show help fill in some audio gaps. Unfortunately some of the transitions to still photos are native to the source but I have eliminated them to the best of my ability. Special thanks to Marty for filming and sharing, to Keith Schoen for all his help with getting this to me, as well as Glyn from The Dogs of Doom for digitizing.
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