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  1. I've only been around forums like this for about a year, and I've only been a Zeppelin fan for about 2 so I'm not the most knowledgeable on stuff like this. Sorry if this is common knowledge or whatever. My question is pretty simple: Is there any possibility there are more multi track recordings of the group than we know? For instance, how long did we know about the NA '72 multi-tracks or the Southampton '73 multi-track before they saw some type of release? Was the Zeppelin fanbase in shock when Page announced they'd be using these shows, or was it expected these shows would eventually be
  2. This is a very debatable topic, but I'd like to state my opinion anyways, I even have proof to back up my theory, but it's just my opinion, you could think whatever you want and I'm cool with it. I think that the tape didn't run out during Heartbreaker, but somewhere during here: Long Tall Sally During 2:38, the audio goes from a multitrack tape to a more distant audience-sounding-ish tape (it's most likely to come from the cameras), therefore I think the tape ran out during the performance of Long Tall Sally and not Heartbreaker, and this is also one of the few reasons this wasn't inc
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