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1998giventofly

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  1. The 71/72 setlists and performances are my personal favorites; so putting together a vaguely realistic setlist, here's my idea of a perfect show: 1.) Immigrant Song 2.) Heartbreaker 3.) Black Dog 4.) Over The Hills And Far Away 5.) Misty Mountain Hop 6.) Since I've Been Loving You 7.) No Quarter 8.) The Song Remains The Same 9.) The Rain Song 10.) Stairway to Heaven 11.) Tangerine (Electric version, like Earl's Court) 12.) Hey Hey What Can I Do (Electric again, like Tangerine) 13.) Ten Years Gone 14.) Going To California 15.) That's The Way 16.) Dazed and Confused 17.) The Ocean 18.) Houses Of The Holy 19.) Whole Lotta Love 20.) Mellotron Solo/Thank You 21.) When The Levee Breaks 22.) Bring It On Home Pair this with a Japan 71 caliber performance from all four members and it's possible this becomes the greatest show they ever played
  2. I think the 5/22 Fort Worth show belongs in the excellent category. Was recently listening to this show again and came to a point in No Quarter in the 13-15 minute mark where everything came to such an astounding, cohesive climax that I almost choked on my coffee! Outstanding performance overall, I really enjoy this show. Seems like all four members are on fire here.
  3. http://ledzepnews.com/2018/09/19/exclusive-led-zeppelin-may-be-working-on-an-online-streaming-service-for-its-live-recordings/ Checked this article and I wonder though, because it seems that the wording in the patent has similar wording to a patent that was filed to start a streaming service for Prince's music. I wonder if they're just working through the tapes and waiting to start this up or there were some other issues we don't know about.
  4. Sorry brother I'm not following, I only know of the 5/3 performance in Copenhagen? Was there one before that?
  5. Hi, I did the JRK Remaster version! Check it out and let me know what you think https://mega.nz/#!2R1kgQwY!qr8hnOVnI5Oi674LnaCHaT0PjWejlxD5RRRsccd9Nxs
  6. Yep, it's ridiculous that this stupid video exists, but as long as they state that it's a parody with some form of overview, it's legal. That's how shows like Family Guy and South Park get away with some of their gags with otherwise copyrighted material.
  7. I think they got the form down for how they wanted to record the song during their second US Tour of 1969; see shows like the Fillmore West performances for some good examples, it's really close to how the actual studio version of the song was recorded.
  8. Pennies from Heaven, from 9/29/71 Osaka. I made a compilation of Zeppelin's live covers and it's amazing!
  9. It's actually a decent show, right! Really well recorded even by the high '75 standard for board tapes. Seems like it's all going well until Page hits the dressing room during Moby Dick, then the Jack sends everything south... Anyways, great work, I really enjoy reading these!
  10. Hey gibsonfan159! Very interesting little series here, love reading through. Curious if you'll give 2/28 Baton Rouge a run through? I remember this being the first time when I was listening to Zeppelin bootlegs where I looked up and was in shock over how badly page was playing because I thought it was so rare! This was during the Black Dog solo, he is COMPLETELY LOST.
  11. Wow, no mention of the one from the 3/21/1970 broadcast from Vancouver? One of, if not the finest vocal performance of the song from Plant, captured stunningly with his voice in the front of the mix. I've never heard it sound so raw and emotional, and a lot of that has to do with how Plant sings it out of his MIND that night.
  12. The absolute most prominent one to my memory? March 21st of 1970, in Vancouver. There's a great radio broadcast that captures EVERY SINGLE nuance of Plant's vocals. It's so shittily mixed that his voice drowns out everything else to a large degree, but it's a wonderful study in just how spectacular Plant's voice was in 1970. Also check the legendary show on September 19th of 1970 in MSG, the evening show.
  13. You need to be changed away from a guest now to be able to access the .torrent files. I don't know if it is a recent thing but that's how it was for me.
  14. Hi friend! Also another thing to note, once you join, you'll need to email the mods to ask them to be upgraded beyond a guest account. I was at the "guest" status for months and couldn't figure out why the hell I couldn't find the .torrent files on the page! After some sleuthing I found out that you need to email them and tell them your username, they'll upgrade and allow you to download. I found it on the wiki in more detail, here: http://wiki.../index.php/DimeFAQ:Frequently_Asked_Questions#Why_am_I_not_able_to_get_dot-torrent_files_and_join_torrents_here.3F_Or_I_can_do_that.2C_but_why_am_I_not_authorized_to_post_my_own_torrents_onto_DIME.3F
  15. Hello my friend, Closest I could find was a comparison file. The first 1:53 is the old source, the rest of the song is the new. Enjoy! http://twitsound.jp/musics/tsjyZFYP3
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