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  1. I know I've read this a few times before. Was it on wikipedia? I plead the 5th.
  2. I don't disagree, but is this thread necessary? I feel your other thread had this all covered...
  3. DRUM ROLL PLEASE...................... Source?
  4. Yes sadly the 14th cuts off during BIOH. It's likely that was the final song of the evening, but we can't know until we see a SBD. Edit: The real tragedy is the fact that we're missing all encores from the 15th. As you said it's long rumored to have been another marathon, but I'd kill to get that audio to back it up.
  5. Lots of good points here, but you always need to consider that the '77 tour might not have been nearly as good as it was without that year and a half break. Robert's voice came back much more powerful, I can't imagine the increased damage it would've sustained in late '75.
  6. That's probably true. And we don't even have a full recording of the night before, another batshit marathon.
  7. Still holding out hope that a Denver '72 tape is out there... It's unbelievable to me that the US 72 Tour only has 3 dates without a circulating recording, and two of them (Denver and San Diego) were at the point where the tour has reached its peak. For all we know, Seattle '72 doesn't hold a feather to the Denver performance. What I wouldn't do for more audience tapes to just pop up already... Still, the Detroit tape popping up is a miracle.
  8. Were any future '75 dates ever officially planned? Or were they just ideas the band had before Percy's car crash? I once read that Jimmy simply couldn't locate any equipment to multi-track any '77 shows. That's a huge bummer if true, imagine if they had multi-tracked the New York or LA runs... Could create one of the best official live releases ever. Alas, another in the series of missed recording opportunities for Zeppelin (Carnegie Hall, Bath, literally ANY Copenhagen show.... the list goes on). Also I'd extend this to '80 as well. By all accounts the band seemed to be in high spirits going into preparation for the tour, I can see Jimmy having wanted to multi-track a few shows.
  9. Uhhh. Yes? Why would I not be? These were enjoyable reads, I'd like to hear what he has to say on other shows. 👍
  10. Hey man, any chance of you picking this back up? Love reading all these and am very curious to hear what you have to say on the other shows of this tour.
  11. I would extend that to Mick Taylor as well. Half of the Stones' best songs from their most iconic era were carried by him yet he had one solo writing credit in the entire span. It was a disgrace.
  12. 5. Black Sabbath 4. Fresh Cream 3. Are You Experienced 2. Led Zeppelin 1. The Velvet Underground & Nico
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