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anodizingstatic

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  1. ^ +1 Fantasy sequences are about all I hate. You're talking a difference of viewer quality/experience vs. filming integrity. I prefer original footage, but sometimes things HAD to be re-filmed to make the cinema let alone keep the viewer from leaving the movie theater. The only people who would notice it was are...us, the higher level fans (or a person who has seen it many times). There's a reason for liking original footage though.... ;-)
  2. Hey man! Visually point them out, wow. Conspirators can be really funny. I mean to say there are a "plethora of JPJ's" and then say "at least 4 to be exact" is just blown way out of proportion. Even in the 70s things like that wouldn't just fly by without any notice whatsoever.
  3. Yeah, the guy seems focused on some omnidirectional persuasive rubbish - provides absolutely NO sources except his own nonsense. O.o He quotes himself as if he is quoting a LZ associate....really?! I like to think of it as a joke, like the author can't even take himself seriously. It's so outrageous (I will admit) it ISN'T time wasted -- just reading how the guy thinks is quite amusing.
  4. I shall link you to this site which is infinitely ridiculous in my eyes: http://thegloaming.tripod.com/bonzo.html Now, sure, it's possible there are multiple Jones, multiple Plants....though absurd. And who knew Bonzo was still alive? Take this excerpt regarding JPJ: JOHN PAUL JONES "As all you who have watched The Song Remains The Same know, Zeppelin's bass guitarist, John Paul Jones, seems to be involved in some sort of weird fashion show---changing his clothes multiple times during various songs. The speculation is that this---in addition to the fact that his hair styles were also constantly changing from one publicity shoot to the next; not to mention the sheer magnitude of the number of musical instruments he was proficient with, and the many "hats" he wore (musician, composer, lyricist, arranger, recording engineer, etc.)---points to a plethora of JPJs---at least 4, to be exact." Another fake-site trying to mislead the general public of fans. You never know, though....life is a mystery paralleled by Led Zeppelin's inner secrets. What do YOU think about this? Feel free to share opinions, thoughts, and more.
  5. Prez, There is no footage existing from the solo unfortunately. Didn't mean to send out a false alarm, but would be thrilling in theory if it ever surfaces.
  6. I'm working on it - I'll tell you that. We might just have potential extra footage coming our way, perhaps in particular to what you mentioned in the very near future (not a joke), but you'll have to wait for now until more news is spread. Any and all details and lenghty questions you would like to know more, please send to LedZepFilm or me and we will be quick to inform you if we have further word. Cheers mate
  7. This is a test of images - please ignore. It will be deleted momentarily; if you see nothing, that is why.
  8. All right then. Friends we shall be. Let's have a drink sometime if I ever get the chance mate. ;-)
  9. 1. You quoted me; of course you were referring to me. 2. Second, I'm not look long to argue AT ALL. I am completely new to this form, and as an individual, have never feigned multiple accounts, been banned, etc. It is wrong of you to assume the worst like that. You are the one nitpicking and stirring trouble by INDIRECTLY shunning a new member. 3. You agree with my arguments, then contradict them by additionally shunning them and providing some outside analysis to prove your superiority as a LZ forum poster? What? We all are here for one type of discussion: Anything and everything Led Zeppelin. If my discussion does not fit that criteria, then I would be enlightened to here your explanation. Yes, maybe this thread is somewhat futile as you have made yourself ultra-clear the evidence I listed initially is accurate, but there's nothing wrong with asking extra questions, is there? Otherwise, thank you for the support, and please, let's not get hostile. Are we not brothers?
  10. Heck no; I'm a one man army on this one lol. I'm a firm believer against making money off a work that is entirely someone else's efforts. Zeppelin is too close to me to evade my conscience like that and then still be able to listen to them.
  11. Indeed; that's where the trouble come in play. My intentions are simply to use as much stock footage as possible and NEVER make irrational or in-continuous shots as "fillers" so to speak. Of course, even the producers had to break continuity for quick shots, and the fantasy sequences. If the fantasy sequences cannot be fully replaced, I will leave them in. Stock footage, however, is very promising. If I can tinker around abit, I might just have enough despite what you claim. I'm not looking to replace most re-shot Shepperton scenes, albeit ANY of them, moreover, make the film more unified and original. Got your PM. Gotta say, despite doubts, your help is a great contribution. -A/S
  12. *****NOTE: I am new to this forum; I am NOT new to anything Led Zeppelin. Please, I ask you to ignore the first part of that sentence, and consider the second. Appreciated. ****** ***The Song Remains the Same Complete Re-EDIT On Way! *** [Note]: Individual evaluation only, not a means of piracy; this will NOT be distributed in any such way; again, my individual evaluations I've always preferred original TSRTS footage, be it a bootleg or 8mm. However, the actual viewing experience is rather limited by the subpar quality even terrible for 1970's cinematics. Honestly, the "film" portions of the film (I know, that sounds redundant, whatever) are pretty ugly. When one compares the close-up concert sequences re-filmed, the viewing experience becomes exhilarating. Add original panoramas of the actual crowd; the experience is timeless. And, of course, 1920 X 1080 resolution is absolutely stunning. The producers made their best intentions to create the best viewing experience possible during the time. The only reason I bring this thought up is because of a project I am working on to re-edit TSRTS (film) as close to original setlist as possible, while still retaining an apex entertainment factor. The fan-edition looks great, but I wish to make it even better. The plans are as follows: 1. Rip 2007 Blu-Ray release as a main video reference for best consumer-attainable quality as of 2013 2. Integrate my FLAC vinyl rips as much as possible to cover the abridged / shortened scene performances and restore original song length. 3. Somehow attain the best quality original footage / bootlegs. This includes the abandoned gaps in Black Dog, The Song Remains the Same, The Rain Song, etc. 4. The whole point of #3 is to eliminate psychedelic/fantasy sequences limiting attention on the band itself. The problem really arises from point no. 3; attaining footage to fill the gaps. I have some, but not enough. If anyone knows where to access the originals in best quality, that would be a great help! Plans for release are late December/early January 2013/2014, though this is extremely tentative and subject to change. ***This is for experimentation purposes only and NOT for personal gain, resale, or profit or mass-release and or reproduction; only individual evaluation.*** If any of you are of interest, please don't hesitate to inform me as soon as possible! Thank you for your support. -A/S
  13. Very obscure! Would've never thought. As a side note, I've always preferred original TSRTS footage, be it a bootleg or 8mm, however, the actual viewing experience is rather limited by the subpar quality even terrible for 1970's cinematic. Honestly, the "film" portions of the film (I know, that sounds redundant, whatever) are pretty ugly. When one compares the close-up concert sequences re-filmed, the viewing experience becomes exhilarating. Add original panoramas of the actual crowd; the experience is timeless. And, of course, 1920 X 1080 resolution is absolutely stunning. The producers made their best intentions to create the best viewing experience possible during the time. The only reason I bring this thought up is because of a project I am working on to re-edit TSRTS (film) as close to original setlist as possible, while still retaining an apex entertainment factor. The fan-edition you linked looks great, but I wish to make it even better. The plans are as follows: 1. Rip 2007 Blu-Ray release as a main video reference for best consumer-attainable quality as of 2013 2. Integrate my PBTHAL (FLAC) vinyl rips as much as possible to cover the abridged / shortened scene performances and restore original song length. 3. Somehow attain the best quality original footage / bootlegs. This includes the abandoned gaps in Black Dog, The Song Remains the Same, The Rain Song, etc. 4. The whole point of #3 is to eliminate psychedelic/fantasy sequences limiting attention on the band itself. The problem really arises from point no. 3; attaining footage to fill the gaps. If anyone knows where to access the originals in best quality, that would be a great help! Plans for release are late November/December 2013, though this is extremely tentative and subject to change. This is for experimentation purposes only and NOT for personal gain, resale, or profit, only individual evaluation. If any of you are of interest, please don't hesitate to inform me as soon as possible! Thank you for your support. -A/S
  14. I apologize to this apparent "expert" that I have rustled your extremely fragile sentiments. However, you shouldn't shun new members to a particular forum. It baffles me you took the time to mark up such an abrasive reply. If you don't like it, get out. I am simply following FORUM RULES and actually contributing to a lively discussion, not bashing new members for happening to not memorize the entirety of LZ forum posts. YOU don't have an inherent right to discourage members from posting and regulate forums. The Zeppelin moderators do. Individuals like you need to ease up and swallow something called "courtesy" down your throat. Thank you to tmtomh for actually contributing to this thread. Have a nice day.
  15. As listed on LZ's website, this is the official setlist over the course of three nights: Rock and Roll, Celebration Day, (Bring It On Home intro) Black Dog, Over the Hills and Far Away, Misty Mountain Hop, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, The Song Remains the Same, Rain Song, Dazed and Confused (incl. San Francisco), Stairway to Heaven, Moby Dick, Heartbreaker, Whole Lotta Love (incl. Let That Boy Boogie), The Ocean. When do the clips stop/end for the particular night? Meaning; July 27:1, 2, 3, 4, 5 / July 28: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 / July 29: 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 in accurate order if what is listed isn't verbatim. -and- Is "The Ocean" really the last track? I was under the initial impression "Whole Lotta Love" was. However, after reviewing the 2007 Blu-Ray release extras, it seems to indeed cease with concluding bows and what not. After "WLL", Plant simply says, "New York, good night." and walks off nonchalantly. I'm under the dogma that Plant said that in the same clip as the Ocean, of which, only was decided to be used in the final cut of the film. What do you guys think? I do appreciate your opinions and contributions. ^A/S
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