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For this week's episode of my podcast, Rock Talk with Dr. Cropper, I ranked every 1975 version of "No Quarter" -- all 38 for which he have at least a partial recording, that is. I covered the 1975 shows in full last year, so I figured I would increase the zoom on my microscope and focus on one particular song to rank as I listened to the shows on their anniversaries this year. In addition to making detailed notes for each version as I went along, I transcribed each of Plant's introductions and recorded the length of each version. I've been working on this since early January, so I'm excited to finally be able to share it with you all! I see a clear separation between the "Mt. Rushmore" of my list and the other 34, and I think you can order those four any way you like based on personal preference. The links are below for those interested 😊 I've also included a bar graph I made documenting the evolution of its length over the course of the year 🤓 Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/rock-talk-with-dr-cropper/id1518703647#episodeGuid=Buzzsprout-8206579 Spotify: Buzzsprout for those without access to either of the above: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1119254/8206579 March 21 - Seattle March 20 - Vancouver March 19 - Vancouver March 12 - Long Beach March 27 - Los Angeles March 5 - Dallas March 3 - Fort Worth February 8 - Philadelphia January 31 - Detroit February 28 - Baton Rouge May 25 - London May 18 - London February 13 - Uniondale March 25 - Los Angeles May 17 - London March 17 - Seattle February 6 - Montreal March 14 - San Diego March 11 - Long Beach May 23 - London February 16 - St. Louis January 20 - Chicago February 12 - New York February 14 - Uniondale January 29 - Greensboro January 24 - Cleveland January 12 - Brussels March 10 - San Diego March 24 - Los Angeles May 24 - London February 10 - Landover February 7 - New York February 4 - Uniondale February 3 - New York January 25 - Indianapolis January 22 - Chicago March 4 - Dallas (massive cut in the midsection -- what we have sounds interesting) January 21 - Chicago (only two minutes at the beginning survive)