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  1. Short and Incomplete Recordings: 8-31-1970 - Milwakee 6-18-1972 - Washington Both are incomplete shows, or very fragmented, but the playing is tight...
  2. Good Times: 1. Whole Lotta Love: 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 & 1979. 2. Stairway To Heaven: 1971, 1972, 1973 & 1975 (Earls Court). 3. Kashmir: 1975, 1977 & 1979. 4. Dazed And Confused: 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 & 1973. 5. No Quarter: 1973, 1975, 1977 & 1979. 6. Since I've Been Loving You: 1970, 1971, 1972 & 1973. 7. The Song Remains The Same: 1973, 1975 & 1977. 8. Celebration Day: 1971 & 1973 9. Black Dog: 1971, 1972 & 1973 10. Achilles Last Stand: 1977 (LA Forum), 1979, 1980 (Zurich & Frankfurt). 11. Going to California: 1971, 1972, 1975 (Earls Court) 12. Over The Hills And Far Away: 1972, 1973, 1977. 13. Battle Of Evermore: STUDIO. Bad Times: 1. Whole Lotta Love: 1975, 1977 & 1980. 2. Stairway To Heaven: 1977, 1979 & 1980. 3. Kashmir: 1977 (LA Forum 6-23) & 1980. 4. Dazed And Confused: 1975. 5. No Quarter: Some 1975 performances... very few. 6. Since I've Been Loving You: 1975, 1977, 1979 & 1980. 7. The Song Remains The Same: Only San Diego 6-19-1977. 8. Celebration Day: 1979. 9. Black Dog: 1975, 1977, 1979 & 1980 10. Achilles Last Stand: Some of 1977 & 1980. 11. Going to California: 1977. 12. Over The Hills And Far Away: 1975 & 1979. 13. Battle Of Evermore: 1977. 12. Over The Hills And Far Away: 1975 & 1979. 13. Battle Of Evermore: 1977.
  3. The best version of TYG is 7-24-79. This is the best solo of Page performing this song live... Then is Knebworth, NY 6-14-77 and LA Forum 6-23-77.
  4. Possible answer to: 1. That's the Way 5/24/75 - COULD BE that the multitrack tape ran out or Page, Plant & Jones liked more the 5/25 as the official version. 2. There at this time about 3 or 4 different sources. The first and known source is the audience that circulated long time ago, with the horrible sound. The second known source is a more recent of Heartbreaker and That's the Way, recorded from the audience. But, there is known that it was recorded professionally either in multitrack (source #3) and/or soundboard (source #4). At least one of the last two were confirmed to exist by Page when discovering Led Zeppelin content to the 2003 releases. He didn't bought Bath because of the high price. IMHO, I don't think that Bath is going to surface through bootlegs. Page knows who has it, and maybe, if it happens, his lawyers will get their checks sooner. 3. If Polygram had made an inventory and clean their vaults, surely they found it, but is not going to be released by the band because it was not intended for a public release.
  5. Yes and No... Yes: HTWWW is better in sound quality an delivers the "perfectionism" of what Led Zeppelin was about to project while playing. It really takes you like it was played yesterday. No: The bootlegs always offers "AS-IS" policy in what happened and what was played. Also, the sound quality drops a lot, but you get that atmoshpere that the "crowd fade in & out" between songs doesn't. You get unadultered and unedited songs, plus material not released officially. Also, you won't get the "Knife of Perfectionism" by Jimmy Page.
  6. Correction.... BLOODY BOOTLEGGERS
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