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  1. Thanks for all the replies everbody! While your opinions have been helpful, I'll have to listen to both versions a few more times to figure out which one I prefer.
  2. The bootlegs are towards the top of the list of the ones which I want to get, not just for the regular set songs, but also for "Thank You." However, I want to get other bootlegs, like Blueberry Hill and some of the '69 recordings (eg 4/24, 4/27, and 8/31) first. Thanks for replying!
  3. Alright thanks! I think once I get a few more responses on this thread I'll start a separate one with the songs that I would choose to make my version and ask for opinions.
  4. According to the Garden Tapes, the version of Dazed and Confused from The Song Remains the Same film (which was used for the 2007 remastered CD) is heavily edited towards the beginning, and this version has a length of about 29 minutes. The 26 minute version from the original LP is heavily edited towards the end. Right now I'm trying to figure out which versions of TSRtS songs are the best to make my own CD, and D&C is definitely not as clear cut as let's say No Quarter. So what's your preferred D&C from TSRtS?
  5. Oh no! Not a Rangers fan! Thanks for the welcome though.
  6. Thanks kingzoso. Most of the live Zep I've listened to has been official (mainly The Song Remains the Same and RAH 1970) but I'm interested i getting into unofficial recordings. While I have read up on Zeppelin around the web, I would like to buy a book (or perhaps a few) about the band's history. Which book(s) on Zeppelin is/are the best?
  7. Hello, my name is Adam and I am a relatively new fan of Led Zeppelin. I had heard the well-known tunes for a while on the radio, but only became a serious fan a few years back. To tell you the truth, I'm not a metalhead (I like Cream and the first Jeff Beck group, but Deep Purple and Black Sabbath not so much). The reason why I like Zeppelin is their varied music. It's not like all their songs sound the same. I look forward to being a part of the forum and meeting all the fellow Zep fans here.
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