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Autumn Moon

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  1. On rare occasions it sounds like Trudy to my ears. But I think Plant used "Judy" just because of its sound anyway. The sound of the "J" is the important thing. It is no word or name, only a sound and effect to go along with Jimmy´s bow solo. Just my humble opinion.
  2. "The Last Adieu" by EV, 23 & 24 July 1977- their last concerts in the USA
  3. Good question. I really can´t remember which one exactly, but it is a 75 US concert, I dearly love the NQ live versions of 73, almost all of the later ones are a hard piece of work for me. Whenever I stumble across it, I´ll let you know.
  4. No reason? Just the name of the lady/girl/groupie his was connected with some day on their 75 US tour. So Oh My Jesus turned into Oh Georgina and the name Samantha was added to the ending of Over The Hills And Far Away- Samantha, You Really Ought To Know (sounds like a cheesy lady- killer) No sense? To belt out Baby, Baby, Baby..........(about 16 times at least) at machine gun speed in the middle of No Quarter doesn´t make sense either, does it?
  5. Try DISCOGS, this is the entry of the UK first pressing of LZII, for example. 1st Pressings have "Livin Lovin' Wreck" on label B2. "Wreck" being later replaced with "Maid". Inside cover B2 has already 'Maid' replacing 'Wreck' on label. Note also the phrase on B2, "She's A Woman", later becomes "She's Just A Woman" on subsequent releases. Further later pressings have A3 title changed as "Killing Floor" credited to "Burnett". Matrix with A2 / B2 Some scarce PYE contract pressing exist with etch matrixes A B. No numbers after... Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II The early gatefold unlaminated cover is in light brown color. Later copies have dark brown color. Some copies could have panel inside gatefold glued upside down, see pic (this comes with vinyl that has runouts variant 5). Vinyl in white die-cut poly-lined inner bag, UK Patent No 800513 & 973939, dated '69. Pressed/manufactured & distributed under license in the UK by Polydor Records Limited and utilizing the Polydor catalog# series for the UK. Images include bonus photo of original 'Jasta Division' pilots. First Cat# on label. Second Cat# on inside sleeve and spine. Cover detail: Printed & made by E.J.Day & Co., London W11. 'UPTIGHT AN' OUTASIGHT' is the official Atlantic Appreciation Society at 17/19, Stratford Place, London, W.1. Label detail: ℗1969 Made in Gt. Britain. Stereo 588198 Under license from Atlantic Recording Corpn., U.S.A. Copyright Control. Polydor Records Limited. Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 A-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 A ∇ 2 [ ] 7 Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 B-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 B ∇ 2 [ ] Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 A-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 A ∇ 2 19 5 Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 B-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 B ∇ 2 13 5 Matrix / Runout (Variant 3 A-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 A ∇ 2 12 1 Matrix / Runout (Variant 3 B-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 B ∇ 2 13 2 Matrix / Runout (Variant 4 A-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 A ∇ 2 [ ] 8 Matrix / Runout (Variant 4 B-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 B ∇ 2 [ ] 10 Matrix / Runout (Variant 5 A-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 A ∇ 2 1 1 5 Matrix / Runout (Variant 5 B-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 B ∇ 2 1 1 6 Matrix / Runout (Variant 6 A-side runout stamped 😞 588 198 A ∇ 2 [ ] 2 Matrix / Runout (Variant 6 B-side runout stamped): 588 198 B ∇ 2 [ ] 5
  6. Yes, and perhaps by the bloated booze buddy on the drums.
  7. I have checked the discogs sales for 2019. 2 copies were sold for €230 - €299, one had no number the other had # of 3000, most likely bootleg versions, as NM originals go from €500 upward. I don´t think it is an official reissue, it would have a discogs entry, as the demand for original LP´s is extraordinary.
  8. Are you sure? There is no Discogs entry for a 2019 reissue, very strange.Isn´t it odd that the reissue comes with exactly the same LTD edition-sticker, when it isn´t numbered? Also, I saw that the seller would ship from Odessa, Ukraine. Beware of counterfeit copies from Russia.
  9. Autumn Moon


    0:9 - no problem with an austrian contribution (Coach R. Hasenhüttl) I have lively memories of Spain vs Austria way back in 1999. The game took place in Valencia, a qualifier for the UEFA European Championship. After Spain´s third goal my friends & me wanted Spain to destroy the austrian clown squad, and they did. Spain won 9:0. Btw, we know that you call it Soccer, and you know that it is called Football in the UK, rest of Europe & God knows where else.......
  10. Well done, George. These encores are great fun! Agreed, a vinyl/cd release would be fine, of course the full concert, including Heartbreaker, Since I´ve Been Loving You. Organ Solo & Thank You. I still don´t understand why there is no footage of the missing songs. HB was the third song of the set & SIBLY was played before WIAWSNB- so these rumors about camera-batteries running out of power are plain bullshit to me.
  11. There was no urgence to release something like this box-set. If someone at EVSD would have done an incredible/proper job, we would have had 928 under our christmas trees.
  12. Yes, I think one can expect something huge for the 50th anniversary in September 2021, hopefully with 923 & 924 involved. For now I will choose the Standard Edition, what ever it may look like, it can´t be worse than the box sets. No patience left!
  13. If these are the artwork designs for the boxes, I´ll save a lot of money and buy the standard edition. Chateau Marmont 69 and Bath 70- this is a confession of failure!!! EV used to take care of authentic & related artwork over the last years, but this is ridiculous!
  14. Exactly, thanks for your post. Jimmy had his fun editing, cutting and splicing TSRTS, we have to live with that. But hands off the Japan 71 tapes. The material is incredibly fine, no need for a "Absolutely Live"-treatment (-The Doors 1970 live album- a fucked up fiasco with about 2000 edits-LOL)
  15. No doubt, 924 is a pearl too. What a pity that the sound of the known AUD sources varies from bad to mediocre. Even the Graf Zeppelin release is a hard piece of work, except the few stereo parts. Well, we DO need SB´s of 923, 924 and 927- and the rest of 929. In the best case Jimmy takes the multitracks to Abbey Road studios and get them fixed. Japan 1971- the peak, the fucking grail..........
  16. Considering the long delivery times before Christmas, EV should release it tomorrow. I am ready for anything.
  17. Wow, that is amazing. All of them at MSG? Which tour did you like the most? Any favourite memory? As I was born in 1971, the nearest I got was the Page/Plant concert at the Wiener Stadthalle in 1998. No Quarter was a revelation, still gives me goosebumps.
  18. By the way, I really hope EV choose suitable pictures for the artwork of this upcoming 928 box. The Bath picture on the flyer is plainly annoying.
  19. What The Heck Twins- a synonym for EV productions, usually printed on the back side of EV boxes since about 2015/2016
  20. Hell no! Wishful thinking, never lost faith......... Just imagine a 923 or 924 SB, quite a few would wet their pants.
  21. Don´t be too generous with your organs, what if 928 turns up? Yes, Seattle would be gorgeous!
  22. Last line of the recent fisheads update: "PS: Viva La Soundboard Revolution Holiday Spectacular" We´ll see.......
  23. Choirmaster of the Winchester Cathedral................this is a wikipedia hallucination, isn´t it???
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