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Tainted cheese

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  1. Probably right, but we've been surprised before, but who the hell knows what they'll do, having the patience to sit on these for so long is beyond my comprehension. I couldn't do it.
  2. Wishing for more, Lets hope EV releases the rest of Sept 28 to coincide with it as well . . . most likely next year on its anniversary if the rest does exist.
  3. Sly and the Family Stone might be up there too, just saw a really good documentary (relatively new) on Woodstock on PBS. They had that farm land quakin'!
  4. . . . like the '70s versions myself, they had slightly different lyrics, especially the famous Montreux concert's version.
  5. 4/8 Raleigh, NC, is great, such a shame its incomplete. good luck
  6. Hello There, From what I have read Empress Valley's Thunder Down Under box set has the most complete and best sounding version of this show, although I have not compared their's to previous releases . . .
  7. The best is the '72 San Bernardino (no vocals) in my humble opinion, very tight . . . and loose!
  8. Yes I agree. On par are also my favorites . . . the Adelaide Australia '72, Japan 28--sbd version that came out not too long ago--Page is in creative spirits, and finally '71 Leicester are particularly aggressive versions with great vocals by Plant!
  9. Just want to add, he played and copied that because it was a powerful groove, at the start of the 7:45 mark of the '73 MSG solo, it sounds very similar to me, which has always been my favorite Moby Dick segment/groove! Check it out
  10. Ahhhhh, that's good . . . having never heard that before I can easily see why Bonham was influenced by this guy, not to mention played this same groove during many 1973 Moby Dick solos. Thanks for the share.
  11. That's good stuff, I have the Killing Floor release of this show and you definitely get the sense of how crazed the audience was, not to mention the electricity in the air! Great to hear from those in attendance. Thanks for the share!
  12. I concur, I've only owned the Akashic version and Graf, but kept the Graf version due to the slight sound improvement. Good luck, its a great show.
  13. I agree with every thing you said except the exaggeration of referring to RS as "lightweights" in comparison, getting slightly carried away, ZZ kicked ass no doubt, but when you throw shade at another group, especially RS w/Mick Taylor, you are pulling the rug from under the case your trying to make, they had raw power too, no monopoly on that. I'll repeat the case for Peter Green and early Fleetwood Mac, one of the most under appreciated and least acknowledged hard driving blues bands/rock artists! Green was a force of nature on the guitar, he always seemed to hold back more than he should have . . . left you wanting more!
  14. I have to add, one of the most "left out" groups that absolutley are in the top ten is Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, for only 2 plus years they created some great songs and Greeny was a force on guitar! I believe Page has even mentioned them a few times early on (1970) and later as an influence, especially the song Oh Well, which has similar breaks/pacing to Black Dog.
  15. Rolling Stones must be 11? Goofy list . . . Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac would make #s 2-10 sound feeble . . . Oh Well . . .wink, wink
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