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Everything posted by LedElvis75

  1. Not expecting Page to come thru on this... Luckily for me, some of the shittiest sounding bootlegs are some of my favorites to listen to. Been honing my "bootleg ears" almost daily since the early 90's. So when I do decide to pull out a 75 board, or a Millard source, it sounds absolutely pristine. Then it's back to one of those early killer shows with "below average" sound, which I honestly enjoy the shit out of listening to. The more recent Bath tape is one of my favs.
  2. Agree. It's amazing how well Page plays, considering how BAD he looks at the start of TSRTS. He looks like a dead fish.
  3. Anyone ever buy anything from Jason Cornthwaite from Tracks Ltd, in Lancashire?
  4. I just grabbed this from RO.  Thanks so much!

  5. You Shook Me from 6/27/69 BBC sessions has always been a favorite of mine. Just an incredible live version.
  6. Yep. I caught it too. Doesn't flub a fill, just comes in one verse too soon.
  7. I think he put his last fill one verse too soon. The big bass/snare fill right after "And if you listen very hard" Is that it George?
  8. Speaking of Bonham... damn his drums sound nice on this. Especially his snare. Absolutely loving it. Just wish we had Celebration Day, darn it.
  9. Every time I think about this missed opportunity I shed a tear.
  10. That is true. It's just that the people screaming around the mic are picked up so well it just adds to the overall excitement/listening experience. Same goes for the guy going nutso at the start of D&C.
  11. You're probably right... I was listening to that Seattle show this morning and just got all caught up in the excitement of the moment... when Jones hits those Louie Louie notes and the crowd just erupts. Just a GREAT moment captured forever on bootleg (THANK GOD!). God, to have seen these badass MFers live...
  12. When Jones kicks in with the start of Louie Louie the crowd just EXPLODES. To have been there must've been pure magic.
  13. And just listen to Providence! Oh my. I think that's my favorite version... for this hour, at least. Just listen to Plant during Bonzo's big fill to start the rock section. Holy fuck. Spine tingling. ha! Phenomenal song.
  14. Bonzo throws in some of his best fills and drum work when this song kicks off in the rock section. And I just can't ever get enough of his use of his tymp blasts in this song. Love Seattle 73. Bonzo's performance probably makes this one my favorite version.
  15. I'd love a January 75 sbd. Some of Jimmy's soloing is INSANELY fast. I prefer the January Sick Agains to the later in the tour Sick Agains. His soloing was dynamite, despite the finger issue.
  16. I found it and read it all last night! Had to jam out to 6/21/77 on my way into work this morning, at Freakishly high volume! You are one lucky SOB. Let me tell you.... I didn't fall asleep until almost 2:00 am cuz I couldn't get the thought of being at those 77 Forum shows out of my head. Just incredible.
  17. Oh yeah, George, I noticed!! Ridiculous!!!
  18. I had read your San Fran and Bonzo’s Birthday Party write ups on the timeline a couple yrs ago. This is the first I’ve read of Three Days After. Had to throw the show on in my office while I was reading. The crowd’s energy before Bonzo kicks off the start of RnR is simply incredible. A complete SBD of this show would be surreal. Can you direct me to your write up of 6/21/77??
  19. That's one of the greatest things I've ever read. Thanks Strider!! Incredible!
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