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June72

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  1. The Long Beach "soundboard" isn't a soundboard, it's a multitrack mixdown. The LA and Long Beach multitracks could get an unabridged release, but I'm not holding my breath
  2. FYI, there are no soundboards from 1972. I'm not saying they don't exist, but it and 1968 are the only two Zeppelin years without a single one circulating. We can always hope they survived, but who knows at this point.
  3. Someone's out there finding this stuff and getting it out there. Kudos to those people, it's something we should all strive for.
  4. The channel you linked has all three MSG 73 shows uploaded, and they're all basically the show's best versions imho.
  5. yeah the Louisville alt source wasn't everything it could've been. The acoustic set sounds amazing, it fills the gap in Achilles, and the pre show announcements are cool to have, but the rest is a big mess.
  6. I think the overall best version is the final one from the Spring '70 US tour, 4/17/70 in Memphis Tennessee. If I recall correctly, it's the longest version of the song sitting at around 30ish minutes. The medley is explosive despite the band having tons of trouble with the crowd and the police threatening to arrest Peter Grant. a Raunchy, wild show to the very end.
  7. Generally speaking I agree. The 29th has the best Dazed of the tour and an amazing acoustic set, but Plant being in less than ideal shape (honestly his weakest '71 show spare 4/1) is a big no no for me. Friends and Thank You are proof of that for me. I will concede that the band is probably in the best shape that night, especially Jimmy and Bonzo, but the 28th and 23rd are probably only so closely behind that Plant makes or breaks it for me. Personally, I think the ranking goes like this: 1. 28th 2. 23rd 3. 24th 4. 29th
  8. Led Zeppelin Freedom Hall Louisville, KY April 25, 1977 Rick Coate Master Tapes via JEMS recording gear: unknown JEMS 2020 Transfer: Scotch C-120 normal bias cassettes > Nakamichi RX-505 (azimuth adjustment) > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 24/96 capture > wav@24/96 > Adobe Audition (tracking, downsampling, deleting blank tape) > wav@16/44 > TLH > flac@16/44 01 Intro 02 The Song Remains The Same 03 The Rover > Sick Again 04 Nobody's Fault But Mine 05 In My Time of Dying 06 Since I've Been Loving You 07 No Quarter 08 Ten Yea
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