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  1. Note sure on the first part but I would guess Page has more rights than anyone. But the 2nd part I think you are wrong on. I think Jimmy is highly concerned with keeping the legacy of Led Zeppelin / Jimmy Page intact and he feels officially releasing any live material that is not Zeppelin at their best could hurt that. Those of use that collect bootlegs know the real story but the general fans who only have official material have a different opinion. Same can be said about how he feels about books that shed some negative light (really just light in general) on the band. My wish is that he should realize the amount of joy he could possibly bring to fans like us by releasing high demand stuff. Even if he doesn't want to do it officially then put it in the hands of someone who can remaster and release it to the internet (for free). I'm surprise he has not seen a market opportunity in selling live shows online like most jam bands these days do.
  2. Thread on this already: But to reiterate here is what I like most and why: TSRTS Original - best version of the first variation of live of No Quarter and one of Pages best solos. 02-12-1975 - First live one I heard and Ive heard plenty better since but this one is just very tight, especially guitar and its still the best sounding boot ive ever heard 03-05-1975 - Piano/Drum jam out of piano solo is about the most moving music Ive ever heard, gets me going in ways words cant describe, never thought Id say I like piano solo more than guitar solo 03-27-1975 - Same reason as Dallas but this section is even better/longer and Pages solo is extra interesting. Of the earls courts I actually like 05-18 the most while 05-24 is probably overall the best especially for vocals and maybe piano but I felt Pages solo in this version is not as interesting as other versions. 05-25 the piano and guitar are both equally loud during whats supposed to be Pages solo (they usually turn piano down) and this annoyed the crap out of me. I find that 05-18 is just a perfect tight < 20 min version, it has all the elements I most like and very solid at that I admit I have not studied 1977 versions as much as 1975, but its mostly the band jam in the middle/end of the piano solo that varies in 77 versions and I don't know the differences in those all too much. Well I do on paper, I know some include this nutrocker thing, others a blues jam and others...??? 04-28-1977 (Or any other solid one with the nutrocker) 05-26/28-1977 (not sure which i like more or if these should even be considered outstanding I just know people said to check this one out) 06-23-1977 (the blues/lounge jam in the middle of the piano solo is so good and Page does more interesting things with the solo in this version than probably any other). Overall the best but this (or any 77 version I think) does not include the piano/drum jam I most like in the later 75 versions.
  3. Hmm, when I google this it seems to be audio. Anyone can help point me in direct of DVD it would be greatly appreciated. I have heavy metal kids but it does not have the full 5-25 performance and because of the site it was on the DVD tracks were removed.
  4. Thanks for that one, just listened now. Professionally recorded had its advantages and this is very much a factor in my decision on TSRTS. I really do consider that version perfect guitar wise though too.
  5. There has been threads about this song sung in original form, I always thought they were talking about the lyrics though, not high register. Maybe someone can link one of those or give some insite.
  6. - TSRTS or any 73 version close to that - HTWWW - 1970-09-04 Blueberry Hill, the change of lyrics and screams robert does gives me chills every time - 1977-06-21 / 23
  7. They do that in the middle of Communication Breakdown jam at Blueberry hill as well, probably my fav version of that song.
  8. Yeah, sorry I finally listened to the Matrix and it sucks. I went over to Dime to see if anyone explained why and then I saw the battle between Freezer and McCabe.
  9. Matrix is now on Dime That was fast.
  10. What a weird place for a concert, whats with the water in front of them? Wonder how often they played without an actual stage (and on concrete no less)
  11. Gov't Mule The Derek Trucks Band The Mars Volta Mute Math The John Butler Trio (Amazing on an acoustic guitar) - (Live versions of this song can get up to 20 minutes) Electronic/Rock Jam Bands: The Disco Biscuits Lotus
  12. He has a point, but doesnt seem to get it. Since discovering Zeppelin I've discovered what really good music is, especially live. And since then I've collected more music that I had in all years before, Ive discovered so much good music and I know there is so much more out there. Though much of this music is modern bands, most of it is from the same era as Zeppelin. So many people, myself included like and prefer the way music sounded from that era, especially the guitar. When and why music changed during the 80's, I dont know. But if someone made music similar sounding to what I ike from back then I would notice it right away. And if I made music today it would most sound like that. So why more bands are not doing that, I dont know. And on that note I recommend the Allman Brothers (who are amazing live today with Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes on dual leads) and Gov't Mule.
  13. Yes there was. My dad was there but this story with pics also confirms. http://www.oldbuckeye.com/pontiacsilverdome77/
  14. Damn I didnt even notice it was that cause I thought someone said before it would be Train Kept a Rollin. But I recorded it so I see now, sweet!
  15. Jimmy on a Fender eh. His part was quite simple and not too audible. Beck sounds awesome.
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