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  1. So I settled the debate of which night is better, August 4th and August 11th. The answer is both! I took the two nights and merged them into a sort of "Super Knebworth" show. I put countless hours into this. I think it came out as good as I could make it! I'll have details of what is played on what night in the video description at a date in the near future.
  2. [As I've been teasing on my YouTube channel for a while now], I'm making a "Best of Knebworth 1979" in the style of TSRTS and my other "Best of" videos. Before I really get into the nitty gritty of listening to both concerts and Frankensteining a "best of" version, I'd like to know, in your opinion, what stands out? Example 1: I think the intro to No Quarter on the 11th is notable for inclusion, due to it's uniqueness. Example 2: Plant can't hold the note without voice cracking in Since I've Been Loving You, transitioning from the intro to the verses on the 4th, and is notable for exclusion. Example 3: Maybe a particular song's performance is rough on a particular night, but the solo section sounds superb. Or overall, the performance was great, but the solo was lacking. The other night's superior section of the song will be laced into the original night's. Songs from Knebworth: The Song Remains the Same Celebration Day Black Dog Nobody's Fault but Mine Over the Hills and Far Away Misty Mountain Hop Since I've Been Loving You No Quarter Ten Years Gone* Hot Dog The Rain Song White Summer Black Mountain Side Kashmir Trampled Under Foot Sick Again Achilles Last Stand Page solo In the Evening Stairway to Heaven Rock and Roll Whole Lotta Love Heartbreaker* Communication Breakdown^ *Only played on the 4th ^Only played on the 11th
  3. Hi everyone— !! I’m seeking advice regards an original rare t -shirt I have from Knebworth 1979. I acquired it around 1996 along with a grey/blue version (lost at a Cult gig in 2001) and paid quite a lot and this white one is what remains. I’d like to know from anyone just how rare this might be and any kind of value... I found an article in ultimateclassic rock website and the same t shirt gets mentioned. httphttp://ultimateclassicrock.com/vintage-led-zeppelin-t-shirts/ the label in my t ahirt has faded but was the same as the one in the article. Like the t shirt in the article mine also shows Lucifer with the showering scattered ‘fallen stars, it may also have been an amended design to also show ‘Plus the New Barbarians. Anyway enough description, does anyone recognise this shirt and can shone any light on to it’s origin and position in the market place? Many thanks Silky Rubble
  4. The Sick Again from the Led Zeppelin DVD at Knebworth is 10x better than the studio version.
  5. Hello all. I was hoping the community might be able to identify a sound for me. It is something present in many recordings of all sorts of things before, but there are too many factors to determine what it is except on a case-by-case basis. So I'm sure you've all heard it, obviously it's an excellent recording and an excellent show. But what I want to know about is this sound very close to the top of human hearing threshold, and it sounds almost like "air" or a "sound of silence", except it possesses an unpleasant pressure. I have taken some screen shots and will upload, so you can see what it looks like; it is the straight line at just below 16-KHz. If you listen to the concert, and follow the line causally, I think you will all be able to determine exactly which sound I mean. I am trying to remove this line/sound, but so far no avail without harmonic loss elsewhere; it would help a lot though if I knew what it was, as opposed to just trying to chop out something I didn't like. This line is present in many excellent vinyl rips, etc, i've seen The Line a million times, and loudness seems to be a common factor, but only in this Knebworth recording is is audibly conspicuous enough to bother me, and quite frankly it sort of ruins the show for me. One thing I find very curious is that the line is obviously present throughout the recording, but the sound goes away toward the end of the concert, like seven or eight songs before it ends. I have no idea why. There are times throughout the show that the sound dissipates momentarily, and sometimes it goes away in accordance to instruments being used, in a gating/ducking/replace-the-sound kind of way. this leads me to believe that it is a channel fader up on the board for something that is unutilized, so it's just an open empty channel. But like I said, there are quite simply too many factors, so I was hoping people could help me in this particular instance. Because it is a recording of a concert, it could be feedback, it could be quantization distortion, it could be the open channel, it could be phase, it could be the PAs and amps, like turned up so much you're just hearing them all being ON period... I'm pretty positive it has nothing to do with the tape, because like i said i've seen it in vinyl rips etc... but really in the end there are just too many factors. I don't expect anyone to necessarily know for a fact, unless like maybe if you were there yourself, or are yourself a musician who has lots of live-performance experience, but even if anyone wants to take a guess, please do; any and all input is appreciated. My question has no stupid answers, srsly even if you have zero knowledge of pro-audio it doesnt matter, just shout out whatever, you'll never know what magic words might help answer the question for me. thanks guys! i'm looking forward to your responses. peace for now. pics below. PS - i am including as a fifth picture a random vinyl rip spek as well, just so yall can see an example of The Line elsewhere than Knebworth. The vinyl rip is an excellent recording done on high-class gear, in fact that's where i've seen the image the most, which is why i think loudness can be a common factor; also, there is always like ONE rip out there that's better, and it never has the line, so that leads me to believe that at least in the case of vinyl ripping it's a gainstaging issue. anyhow thanks again, cheers.
  6. So I've been rewatching the Knebworth show and WOW is Jimmy not at his best there, was he drunk or high or maybe a bit of both? The show is still way better than I remember it, Robert is freaking amazing and Jonesy and Bonzo too of course, if only Jimmy was as good as he was at the Copenhagen warm-ups, if he was Knebworth could have been so freaking great, now it's still good but Jimmy is really taking some of it away, at least he doesn't stand still all the way through like the Seattle gig. So what do you all think? It's absolutely not the worst show but is it great you think?
  7. Is there anywhere online where I can find the full Led Zeppelin August 4th Knebworth performance.
  8. Of the two Knebworth performances which was better? Also, which performance was on the Led Zeppelin DVD.
  9. I have a 1979 KNEBWORTH BACKSTAGE Zeppelin tshirt for sale it belonged to Rickey Medlocke of Blackfoot who was a guest of Led Zeppelin for the concert http://www.redclayro...3-35-54_956.jpg http://www.redclayro...3-36-49_714.jpg http://www.redclayro...13-35-32_94.jpg
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