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About ledzepfilm

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    I have no life.
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  1. It wouldn't be any of the July 73 shows -- we have video footage of the end of WLL for all three nights and no sign of a conga player nor congas (Bonham had timpani by then). Mike Quishie, a dancer, played the gong at the end of the 29th WLL. I direct you to this picture from 1971.09.03 New York -- looks like someone's playing congas next to Bonham (or it could be his drum tech). However, by the looks of Page's fingers on the fretboard and JPJ using a pick this could easily be WLL (if not Immigrant Song, Heartbreaker, or Black Dog).
  2. It was me who posted it — it’s available in a public section of the forum.
  3. Hallo!

    Can you send me please? 


  4. If the link is still up, I'd love to see it.

  5. Can you send me please, thanks

  6. I just grabbed this from RO.  Thanks so much!

  7. If it's not too much of a burden, I would appreciate acces to the link of your labor of love...it's weekend and watching 🖖a real concert ZEP movie would be the icing on the cake

    1. LedElvis75


      Still time to get this??

  8. Go find the June 11, 1977 footage. It should have a full performance of Achilles Last Stand, Stairway to Heaven, and a few other songs.
  9. Huh. If you do a simple search on YouTube for any of the Earls Court shows, Seattle 77, Knebworth 1979, or some of the amateur footage of the June 1977 NY shows, there should be plenty to hold you over.
  10. It's just footage shot by fans or rock magazine operators looking to make a quick buck. Film was scarce and (usually) silent, so they only shot small snippets of the shows.
  11. Maybe I'm biased, as this was my first bootleg CD, but I highly disagree -- just because there isn't Kevin Shirley induced crowd noise doesn't mean there's no atmosphere. I clearly get the vibe of a club performance from Robert's interactions with the audience ("Whole Lotta Love!" "Wrong!"). While it isn't their greatest performance, it's very enjoyable to listen to because of the sound quality of such a laid back, stress-free show. The inclusion of Thank You and a very rare How Many More Times is icing on the cake. That being said, unless they're looking to release karaoke versions of live material, I highly doubt Southampton will see its official light of day.
  12. www.thegardentapes.co.uk -- You are correct, however, that the first night supplies much of the show.
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