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kayley10

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  1. This fan made album of outtakes consists mostly of live blues covers in surprisingly good sound quality, however if you go to 15:07 you'll find a studio instrumental labelled 'Pipes And Flamenco'. I don't recall ever having heard of this before and wondered if anyone else had or if it's just a hoax.
  2. We NEED a complete Earls Court and also Knebworth if possible. And this time let's have Earls Court WITHOUT Dick Carruthers's horrible hatchet job video editing. It doesn't need to change camera every four seconds to look good. Particularly when half of the camera cuts are to unrelated footage or shitty effects. I don't really see the need for Japan 1971. The early years of the band have been amply reprsented with the BBC Sessions, Live at the Royal Albert Hall and How The West Was Won. I find it shameful that the second half of Led Zeppelin's career is only represented by an hour and a h
  3. Don't let anyone tell Jimmy or he'll reissue it again.
  4. Not at all, they were heavier than ever. Kashmir from the official DVD is enough evidence to prove this. Achilles Last Stand!!! Ten Years Gone... The list goes on and on. The Song Remains The Same is brilliant but I prefer the later albums (HOTH onwards) so Knebworth is perfect.
  5. We need Knebworth! The best officially recorded Led Zeppelin performance of all time in my opinion.
  6. I think the biggest mistake Jimmy Page has ever made was getting back together with Plant in 1994. Coverdale Page is without any doubt the best thing he ever did after Zeppelin. I even prefer it to many Zeppelin records.
  7. We need to see Earls Court and particularly Knebworth released in full.
  8. kayley10

    Any time now.....

    More tremolo pedal T Bone Burnett guitars and country knock off. Can anyone imagine what it would be like if Robert could work with a big rock guitarist again? For example I've always wondered what Plant could have done with Steve Vai. I would also love Jimmy to do something with Ozzy Osbourne. How epic would THAT be? Not as epic as Coverdale Page II obviously but still.
  9. That's because they didn't market it well enough the first time around. And then Page fucked off to do the sub-par No Quarter Unledded video with Robert. Thank god they redeemed themselves with Walking Into Clarksdale. If you listen to the Japan 1993 Coverdale Page bootlegs, you'll hear an incredible live outfit. They should have stuck it out longer in my opinion.
  10. Zeppelin should have gone on with Cozy Powell in 1980.
  11. The 4th show is an incredible show with a terrible monitor mix. You just have to listen to the tracks on DVD to realize the sheer majesty of that show! What exactly do you mean?
  12. I really want to see Knebworth released in full! It's a sin that they haven't released what is arguably the best gig of their career (4th of August, not the 11th).
  13. Whatever happened to differing tastes?
  14. Don't get me wrong. The Early Years is incredible.
  15. Bollocks! We Floyd fans are still waiting for the Animals soundboard recordings and the Wall 1981 footage. The Early Years was a step in the right direction but we haven't had anything like this before. At least there's a lot of Zeppelin footage in bootleg circles (Earls Court two nights complete, Seattle complete, Knebworth two nights complete) and a shitload of soundboard audio also in bootleg circles. The only professional Floyd concert footage from 1973-1977 currently circulating is a badly synched three minute clip from Knebworth 1975. The only professional audio from 1973-1977 is We
  16. No middle years box set in the pipeline I'm afraid. It was already covered by the Immersion box sets. We are hoping for an animals release but it's nothing more than speculation.
  17. Has it ever been confirmed that Shake My Tree was an ITTOD outtake? I certainly never heard any tape of that!
  18. Looks more like a paintor's smock than anything else... A relic from his art school days perhaps?
  19. The problrm is that even if such a documentary is made, it would only be one album and probably the eternal war horse, Led Zeppelin IV.
  20. Obviously one last one off show would be spectacular but I honestly don't imagine Plant would be swayed. (maybe time to give Coverdale a call? haha) An official Led Zeppelin documentary is WAY overdue as there has actually NEVER been one at all! If such a thing were possible, it would be nice to have a Beatles Anthology type thing as opposed to squashing it into two hours...
  21. All of 1972. Everybody always goes on about how 1972 was the best live year for Led Zeppelin. I respectfully disagree. The Song Remains The Same is better than anything I've heard from 1972. And I'll go further than that. Knebworth 79 was the best Led Zeppelin concert since MSG 1973. The only problem is that the bootlegs have a bad mix! Listen to the Knebworth tracks on DVD. There was no overdubbing and minimal editing. You can check this out at the Garden Tapes if you wish. Rock and roll!
  22. I like the early albums, particularly October, and then I love Achtung Baby and Zooropa (particularly Zooropa). I though The Joshua Tree was rather meh and I thought Rattle And Hum was extremely meh. The later records are OK, a few good songs on them and I have a particular soft spot for No Line On The Horizon.
  23. There is no definitive version of The Song Remains The Same!!! The original was imperfect, the 2007 one was a complete botch. The only way to salvage TSRTS would be to: · Release 6CD box set with complete unedited shows, like Deep Purple did with Made In Japan NOT GOING TO HAPPEN · Release complete show worth of material in original running order with unedited takes from different nights. But don't call it The Song Remains The Same. UNLIKELY · Release the original 1976 version with other songs on separate companion disc. PLAUSIBLE
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