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  1. Hello, I have the new remasters on vinyl. I have also recently learned of the Classic Records set that was released a few years back. Notably, there is a set sealed and unopened on eBay right now. I am very interested in the Classic Records set, but I'd first like to know if they are generally well received as the ultimate Zep experience on vinyl. Or were they the best until these recent remasters? I am speaking of the 45rpm Classic Records and the 33rpm remasters. Thank you one and all for any information you can provide on this.
  2. I'm new to collecting vinyl. Does anyone have any opinions on collecting Zeppelin on vinyl. Which pressing are best, e.g. - reissues vs originals? I love me some JPJ and want to hear the bass clearly. Thanks in advance.
  3. Hey folks, Wondering if anyone here has any knowledge of this Earls Court set? I can't seem to find much information about it online aside from two conflicting pieces of information that indicate its a Bootleg of either 75 or 300 copies depending on which you believe. Does anyone know anything more about its origin or how rare it really is? My father in law gave it to me to add to my collection and had it from his deceased brother, he knows nothing about it other than it was bought in Vancouver in the 80's. It looks as it they've never been played to be honest. Cheers!
  4. Hello everyone! I would like to have your opinion on the possible value of a Led Zeppelin III Mispress: It is a Led Zeppelin III vinyl, German pressing from the 70s. The cover is the wheel as usual, and the labels are written correctly. However, when you play the vinyl, on all the side A, it is not Led Zeppelin, but is it Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's side A album "Deja Vu". The vinyl itself is in very good shape, overall VG+. I can't find anywhere on the internet the very similar product. On this link: https://recordmecca.com/item-archives/led-zeppelin-iii-previously-unknown-uk-1st-pressing-variation-with-led-zeppelin-and-crosby-stills-nash-young-labels/ there is a quite similar product, except, here, it is written on the label that side B is Crosby stills nash & young. But on mine it is not written anywhere on the labels. Many many thanks in advance for your help, cause no one could ever tell me any idea of how much it could be worth....
  5. So, what do all those letters and numbers mean? Another newbie and I thought it might be helpful if some of you experts would by gracious enough to pass on some of your knowledge in this area. On the label and in the dead wax there are codes. (For example, I’ve noticed many of my LZ records have “SD” followed by numbers in the upper half of the label, ST-A- followed by numbers beneath the track listings.) Anyone willing to give us a brief lesson on what these mean and more importantly what we should look for as vinyl collectors? Much thanks!
  6. With streaming services so accessible, like many of you, I suspect, my CDs are long ago boxed up. LPs too. But we all know nothing matches the warm, rich, full sound experience that is vinyl. I thought those days were long gone. (I haven’t seen my Klipsh speakers in so long, I’m not sure I spelled it correctly) Then my wife bought me this kitschy retro Croswell turntable. (No, it’s not my old system. But it serves a purpose.) So I’ve decided to replace my old Zeppelin collection, in its entirety. (I may skip TSRTS.) I purchased my current collection in the 80s and most of those I bought used. They were in pretty bad shape even then. But I was just a kid and the songs, pops, crackles, hums, skips and all, took me places I cannot begin to describe. My question is this. What vinyl format creates the best overall listening experience? I know Page has done reissues of all titles, twice I think. (90s and ‘15?) And I know the 2015 reissues came in deluxe editions. I read some reviews of the 2015 RI of PG that were not good. But most on this forum were favorable. So, if you had the ability to start over (oh so exciting) what format? Original releases, used but NM or VG? The 2015 RIs, new? Something else? I’m less interested in the extra material and bells and whistles that come with the deluxe editions. My main interest is sound quality. I would also appreciate any advice on avoiding scammers. I’ve seen “original pressings” still in shrink wrap (seriously) for prices too good to be true. What else should I watch out for? So, thanks for helping me kick off this journey. Maybe some of you will find it fun/interesting/nostalgic to come along. I hope so.
  7. hi guys, my vinyl copy of led zeppelin 2(remaster) says "living loving wreck(shes just a woman)" on the label. i know that the first pressings had that aswell, but the mistake was soon fixed. do the remasters have that as a tribute or do have a super rare copy? the title on the gatefold has the correct spelling.
  8. Hi guys, i was just wondering if anybody on here knows anything about a German pressing of PG with the wrong side pressed? It has the known misprinted labels "Hause of the holy" and "Boggie with stu" but also has "Dazed and confused" (song remains the same version) on side B? The spine code is as follows... SSK 89400-O (SS 2-200) LED ZEPPELIN PHYSICAL GRAFFITI - SWAN SONG STEREO France: WE 322 ultimately i'm looking for any information possible including a rough price as i cant seem to find anything online within regards to this. thanks in advance Daren
  9. Hi Folks, I recently acquired a record collection and amongst them was a rather odd copy of LZii - I was hoping one of you knowledgeable people here might be able to shed some light on the matter so here goes, and if I've done this right there are pics too.. There are hand-etched runouts as follows: Side one: ST.A-691671-Q re. A.T. aB. W Side two: ST.A-691672-R. re. A.T. aB. W The "e" in "re" looks a bit more like a small sideways-on "m", but there are those that write the letter "e" that way so that may be irrelevant. The MX number on the label I believe might be Australian(?) but I've not seen a copy with simply Atlantic Recording Corporation on the base of the label instead of the usual stuff. It has a single sleeve and came in a poly inner. There is no MX number on the sleeve. Also (the elephant in the room...) White label with no promo indications? Please excuse my ignorance but is that common? It has a couple of pressing marks affecting the middle of side one track one, so maybe it got made and thrown or something I really don't know! So there we are, it may be nothing much in particular, it could be a knock-off, or it could be helping to fund my next tour, so I thought I'd find some experts here who may be able to help ! Thank you if you can, thank you anyway if you can't ☺ tkp
  10. Has there been any talk of How the west was won being made into a super Deluxe box set along with the other 2 live albums.(Song remains the Same and the 2007 show? thanking you in advance. Mike
  11. By JEFF KAROUB Associated Press DETROIT (AP) - Detroit-raised rocker Jack White is building on a vision to blend music and manufacturing in a part of his hometown that long inspired him. The Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, guitarist, drummer and producer is overseeing the launch of a vinyl record pressing plant in the back of his Third Man Records shop north of downtown Detroit. Third Man Pressing holds its grand opening on Saturday. The eight presses represent some of the first newly built machines installed in the U.S. in more than three decades - corresponding with a vinyl revival. White told The Associated Press on Friday that "there's so much demand for the records and so little supply." "Two years ago we could not buy new presses." said White, decked out in yellow shoes and custom made Third Man shirt. "We're the first place to really be the guinea pig of this." White marvels at the bright yellow, German-made machines, which earlier this week churned out records by some legendary Detroit bands that inspired him, including The Stooges and MC5. He said the presses will kick out the jams, as it were, by pressing eye-popping, genre-spanning platters by Detroit bands of renown and then spread to other Third Man artists and those of other small labels. The plant also is part of a revival for a part of the city where White and his former band, The White Stripes, got its start 20 years ago. White also attended high school at nearby Cass Tech, ran an upholstery shop and took "a couple classes" at Wayne State University. "Out of the darkness comes the light. What was traditionally known as the roughest neighborhood in Detroit, the Cass Corridor, is now showing the most incredible fruits and beauty and progress,' said White, who has recently collaborated with Beyonce and A Tribe Called Quest. White, who employed vinyl for his earliest releases, founded Third Man in Detroit in 2001 and both he and the business relocated to Nashville, Tennessee. Detroit's retail store opened in 2015. White and Shinola, a Detroit-based maker of watches, bikes and other goods, jointly bought the building. "Down the street, Shinola is selling $2,500 turntables that they're making right there in front of people's eyes behind glass. We're going to be making records two doors down in front of glass. Can you believe this?" he mused. "This is in the Cass Corridor. You would have never have guessed any of this was going to happen. It's worth every cent, every second of energy people have put into it.' His goal is to keep expanding in Nashville and Detroit so that "there's nothing involved in the record that is not part of the Third Man system." including making record sleeves and metal plates for the presses. He likens the goal to that of another famous Detroit manufacturer, automotive pioneer Henry Ford. "They had an idea about pouring raw materials into one end and out the other end came Model T cars," he said. "We're going to get there." http://www.cbs5az.com/story/34602919/jack-white-launches-vinyl-record-plant-in-detroit http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_JACK_WHITE_VINYL_RECORDS_TNOL-?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT
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