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June72

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  1. Excellent nitpick as always. This one actually prompted me to watch the performance in full for the first time, and it really wasn't that bad. Other than some bad articulation here and there for Page, his playing is fairly solid and just dragged down by that awful phaser effect. Plant's hoarseness isn't pretty, but he still sounds better than just about any given show from 73 to 75. Also his stepping on Page's solo is quite ugly. Although it's clearly not just him, I'd say a majority of the more unsavory moments do come from Phil. he doesn't seem drunk or out of it, he just straight up doesn't know the songs. I mean, if I were about to go on stage in front of a sold out JFK stadium and there was another guy who actually knew how to play the songs, I'd say fuck it, sit it out and let the guy who knows how to play, play lmao.
  2. hey man I don't blame him. It's like the whole campaign against cell phones at concerts, you're supposed to enjoy the show while your there, not on a tiny screen 3 months later. At the very least, we have a tape from the show and we should be grateful for that. Thanks for all the info on this you've been digging up, much appreciated
  3. Any chance I could get a link to that 5/21 remaster? Thanks
  4. What makes you think that's when ALAIHY and the drum solo came in? Is it mentioned in reviews or is this speculation?
  5. Following same format as above... 1968: Anything, but the Marquee show is the holiest of grails for me. 1969: 5/27-29 - Boston Tea Party (Or anything else from May) - Their most underrepresented tour of America. Only 6 shows circulate, and 3 of them are full. The final Boston Tea Party show may very well have been the fabled marathon performance rumored to be 4 hours, with the Rolling Stones and Beatles Medleys Pretty much agreed with everything else above
  6. I'd see no reason not to rejoice an official Japan release. Of course we aren't gonna get a 36 minute WLL on the official release, it's simply not doable for many different reasons. Fitting it all onto an LP, deciding what other tracks to cut because of a 36 minute song, copyright/royalties issues etc... but anything from this tour in multitrack quality is well worth celebrating. Even with whatever splicing and editing goes on. It's still the band at their peak, and Jimmy wouldn't release it if it weren't worth listening to (then again, we have different ideals of how listenable something is to Jimmy).
  7. The footage definitely exists, about 10 seconds of it is on ledzepfilm's channel
  8. June72

    Quarantine poll

    Bowie, Who, and Zep.
  9. Could this radio interview be the reason the tape is misdated? Just a thought . Edit: If I had to guess, I'd be led to believe this interview was conducted on 5/29. JJ refers to Jimmy as "blowing everyones socks off" (or something like that) on Tuesday Night. Tuesday would've been the 27th, Wednesday the 28th, and Thursday the 29th. Had this interview taken place on Wednesday, surely he would've said yesterday rather than Tuesday. By this logic, this radio interview occurred just hours before the group put on an epic 4 hour marathon for the first time in their career. Crazy.
  10. I'd say this is the best version of the show.
  11. Looking forward to hearing, thanks!
  12. This one is fantastic. I've been listening to it quite a bit lately, this has quickly become the best sounding version of this show and possibly the best sounding release of any Europe '73 show. Amazing work, really.
  13. I was there in Feb last year, so post being bought by Omni as well. Still such an awesome place to visit with the song written about it.
  14. I'd love to see what you can make out. I tried tabbing it a while ago, but idk where that is.
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