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  1. Anyone know if there are any updates on Bill Graham shows? I would really like 4/26/1969! On a soundboard.
  2. Just listening to the show again. It really holds up well. A balanced and clear production. My vote would be for a completion of the show. As you wrote above, there are other boots. But none I've heard have the quality you have done. Thanks.
  3. To SteveZ98, I was just listening to a June 22 1977 recording and reading a discussion about it. Really good show but a rough tape. That would be my vote for your project. It you could fix that one up you'd be pretty close to Einstein! We appreciate your work.
  4. I'm listening to IMTOD from Seattle 1975 March 21, a soundboard. Darn, I just him to be louder on the mix. He's so good.
  5. Thanks for recommending Tuscaloosa!
  6. I'm listening to Scarlet Begonias/Fire On The Mountain, The Grateful Dead 1977, Cornell, a Betty Board Production. I can't believe how clear Phil Lesh's bass is in the mix. It's wonderful. The bass of JPJ was never so prominent for an entire show like Phil's. There are a few exceptions, like the Alembic from a few songs in the 77 tour. But overall, from 69 to 80, the bass was never given a starring role for a whole set. In the monitors or the soundboard he's just not featured. I think he deserved more. I always listen for his bass in the live recordings. I wish he was louder. Any thoughts on the reason for this? Thanks.
  7. Hello again. You write, "Winston's "The Great Love Affair" is still my go to for the 9/4/70 show even though I've done my own remaster of it... " I think there are about 1000 people waiting to hear your version! If it's as good as your 9/29/71, we are in for a treat. Thanks.
  8. You write, "To answer your original question, my opinion of 6/23/77 has actually declined a bit as the years go on...." I was always a fan of 6/21/77. That preference has not changed over the years. And I still want a 6/22/77 soundboard. That will be excellent. Thanks!
  9. Howdy. The 3/21/75 has recently been released in a pretty good version. Any reason you choose to work on this one? Also, any chance we get the remainder of the 9/29/71 show, like the full WLL. I'm listening to it as I write and appreciate your work. Darn, it's so... well... professional! I like it. Thanks.
  10. I'm listening to the soundboard of Seattle 1975 03 21 as I write. When it first came out I thought it was over-rated. A bit sluggish compared to say, 4 Blocks In The Snow. And not as consistent. Today, well, I think it one of the best shows of 75, combining performance and recording. Everyone is on. Relaxed. And clear. Even the mellotron is sweet and in tune. And the Plantations - great. "John Paul Jones is a very easy way of being an orchestra." What a nice thing to say. What do you think? Thanks.
  11. "I believe I'm the one who did the 1971/09/29 show you mentioned... " Yes, that was the one. This is an interesting reply. I sure hope technology comes so a computer program can make their old shows sound good, like you did with 9/29. Of course it will still take good ears, like yours, to make it in the mix right. Thanks.
  12. HTWWW in its remastered form is better than the original HTWWW over a decadel ago. Bass stronger. Drums not as compressed. But it still feels over-produced and incomplete. Wish someone would work on Burn Like A Candle and make a clean, clear version. We have the technology. If I just had the equipment.... Read the recent post on 1971/09/29. Listen to the snippet. Nice job on an old rough recording.
  13. Mr_K

    Offenburg 1973

    Thanks for answering. I will be looking for other bootlegs of the show. What I'm interested in is who did the taping for the show? What equipment did they use? Thanks.
  14. And P.S. I would love a link to the show.
  15. Hoping for Offenburg 73 remix. Your 71 snippet was great.
  16. I'm listening to a boot of Offenburg 1973 as I write. Rough recording but wonderful performance. What is the back story on the boot? I've heard better but this ain't bad from the audience.... yes, it really isn't bad.... I can hear JPJ bass on TSRTS.... quite nice. This may be their best show of 73. No flaws. Everyone was on tonight. Any news for a soundboard for the show? Thanks.
  17. Hello. Is there a full version of WLL from Orlando 1971? Mine cuts out at 17:15 and goes into the organ solo. Thanks.
  18. "March 19 - Vancouver -- The 5/24/75 Dazed was my introduction to live Zepp, but I'm pretty sure this was the first full show I listened to. Other shows (like the two above it) might have slightly higher peaks, but this one is just rock-solid, good to great versions all the way through, including my all-time favourite version of "The Rain Song." One of the coolest, best, most concise (22 minutes and change) versions of "No Quarter" as well. It helps that it's probably THE best sounding soundboard of them all. ..." This one really grows on me. Maybe the best D and C of 75. Jimmy's guitar is consistently good throughout. And Jonsey's bass is so clear and prominent. What a fine player he was. For the band in this half hour plus - Not an off moment in the whole. Thanks for posting the topic so I could relisten to this great show.
  19. This forum. Great music. Great discussion. Call me a crazy Zep Head but I think they ran out of steam on March 21. At least compared to Vancouver. I'm listening to Ali Akbar Khan, the great sarodist. The Indian Jimmy Page. Maybe that will clear my head. Thanks.
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