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Autumn Moon

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  1. Anyone with a turntable and love for the first LP should get their RSD- The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn- MONO release! The sound is mindblowing- you won`t touch your stereo copy ever again!
  2. These sites will also help: http://www.argenteumastrum.com/ http://www.bootledz.com/
  3. Alltough I am not the biggest fan of 75, I really dig gibsonfan`s enjoyable & detailed analysis. Four Blocks In The Snow is one of the few 75 concerts I appreciate. Neither the SB nor the matrix will do me any good. Haha, I prefer the TCOLZ audience version, because it makes not only Page`s sound but the whole thing "demonstrably better".
  4. What a show, I absolutely love it. Funny, I like the very good audience source, the flat SB leaves me cold. Anyway, certainly one of the best concerts of their ninth US tour.
  5. Sorry that I was unclear on this point. Yes, I also expect a release around September. But they haven`t released a song of the last third of the show so far, nothing from Moby Dick to Rock And Roll yet. So it is not proven that EV is able to release the entire 185 minutes of the show. I will keep my fingers crossed...... Let`s not forget about 928, EV should release both Osaka shows simultaneous, there is only one 50th anniversary.
  6. I am still waiting for my copy of Graf Zeppelin`s 924, so I have listened to Light & Shade (until the end of the acoustic set) in the meantime. Man, Heartbreaker & Dazed & Confused are absolutely great. And if memory serves me well, Whole Lotta Love is a killer version too. You nailed it. But do they have the entire show? If EV would only release a song of the 3/3, that would calm down my nerves........
  7. Right, I love all of them, maybe 923 & 929 a tad more just because of their superior sound. 927 is a bit short & not too adventurous, similar to the Kyoto gig one year later. Well, isn`t it obvious? The tape owners know when they are about to play their trump card.
  8. Whenever I get to the acoustic set of 929, I have great fun to imagine what it was like for poor Bonzo. Think, if you are in trouble with diarrhea, you certainly choose the NEAREST toilet. And that nearest toilet was certainly within hearing range as Mr. Plant led the audience to the famous "Mr. Bonham chant".
  9. I`d have no problem to turn & change the records of a How The East Was Won vinyl box. 5 Discs per box, both Tokyo and both Osaka gigs, and this time with NICE artwork, please.
  10. Thanks for your review, duckman. Can`t wait to hear this new stereo source, still 7 days til it arrives....... About the Graf Zeppelin mono source: Is Disc 2 & 3 that bad like the Light & Shade version? I have the 1997 TDOLZ remastered version, but I don`t remember it being mono. I think I remember the bad bass/tomtom distortion mostly on the right channel- I`ll check that tomorrow.
  11. Thanks, I see. Anyway, I am confident, that this won`t be a letdown.
  12. Aren`t these TWO new sources? It contains 3 CDs in mono & 3 CDs in stereo, any thougts? Damn, still I have to wait another ten days for my copy.
  13. I think it is Copenhagen, May 3rd 1971
  14. Domo arigato, I appreciate that very much. I have always thought that 924 is a great concert & it would deserve better sounding source tapes. Much better than past TDOLZ & EV releases! I have ordered my copy already, but as it seems right now, it may take another 14 days til it arrives.
  15. Graf Zeppelin has just released another title, Super Stars: Definitive 924 Tapes. This six disc sourced from the second Tokyo show that took place on September 24th, 1971 contains one mono and stereo audience source. It is not known yet if any of tapes included with this new release are either upgrade or unheard material. I think I shall get this one, as Graf Zeppelin titles never let me down in the past.
  16. Please god yes. Euro '73 here we come. The very popular tour of Europe 73 on the continent was in contrast to the earlier UK tour by no means a small clubs affair. With a few exceptions, like K.B.Hallen Copenhagen or Hamburg Musikhalle, they played in rather huge venues with capacity of 10000 to 15000 fans.
  17. Sorry, I don`t see your conclusion. So the back of the neck was sanded down and shaved, but one has to be slightly deranged for sanding or shaving the back of the headstock, as this would be completely useless. And the serial number of a Les Paul is, as far as I know, on the back of the headstock.
  18. Got my copy yesterday, have listened to it about 10 times, compared to Winston Remaster & Live in Japan 1971 by Wendy. Here is my impression: First, this SB is in mono, so I think this proofs that the well known "so called SB"-stereo source is an unsuccessful multitrack-split. Overall, this SB is very well balanced. The bass is far more accented, it is a real joy listening to JPJ & Bonzo groovin`while Jimmy trips through maybe the greatest IMS solo ever. I have to agree with you about the guitar, the multitrack-split version is a little bit louder in the mix & sounds a tad more biting than the SB, but that is no big issue IMO. Thankfully, this SB is so well balanced that you can crank it up to 11, it benfits from high volume. But I really can`t agree with you about Robert`s voice. His second wail is a little bit shaken, but afterwards he is doing fine, especially in the great acoustic set. Conclusion: I love it! Hopefully EV got the complete SBDs of 928 & 929 & release them in September. Or Jimmy will give us the official multitracks.
  19. Do you think that Balloon Boys Rock Carnival in Tokyo is significant improved & less distorted compared to Light & Shade by TDOLZ?
  20. Try source 7: Flying Rock Carnival-No Label or Rock Carnival- EV For Kyoto 72: The Old Capital - Wendy, best I`ve heard so far For 929: Wendy's "Live In Japan 1971" 6 CD set, better than Fatally Wanderer, at least to my ears. You better wait for the SBDs of 928 & 929 by EV, once they are released, you can forget everything else.
  21. JPs moaning on royalties is plainly ridiculous, he is an old miser. These fees for some cover-snippets in the WLL medley would do him no harm. The Black Crowes has released tons of live material, each concert contains at least three COMPLETE high class covers (Stones, The Band, Neil Young etc) and they can live with the fees. Just an old miser............
  22. THOTH? 1997 TDOLZ released Reflection From A Dream (9.23) & Light & Shade (9.24) Try BootLedZ.com & www.argenteumastrum.com for detailed source & release information
  23. "It's so different to all the other things that are out there. It's another view compared to How The West Was Won or The Song Remains The Same." I really don´t think that Jimmy Page would describe Japan 1971 as "so different" & "another view" compared to HTWWW. Early 68-69 or late 77-80 concerts would fit better IMO. Believe me, I would be the happiest man in the world if I am wrong, and he releases every inch of tape that was recorded in Japan 1971.
  24. Yes! 100% agreed. I hope these SBDs are complete.
  25. What??????? .......coming out over the next 10 years???- he will/would be 84 at the end of that period- very optimistic, considering his healthy lifestyle at younger ages, + none of us is getting any younger either. Seems like he will be releasing his Live- anthology- project at last. "Another view compared to HTWWW or TSRTS" could be a hint that it is either a very early show (I`d love it), or an extremely late show (God help me). Sadly, it certainly does not refer to an upcoming 2018 release of How The East Was Won. Dear Empress Valley, please don`t let me down.............
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