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At Dime now!! You KNOW I "need" another version! I wonder if it really sounds any different? Anybody heard this oneyet?

Artist: Led Zeppelin

Date: 1977-06-21

Location: Inglewood, CA

Venue: The Forum

Source: Audience

Lineage: 1st gen cassettes(TDK SA 90)x3>Nakamichi 670 pitch &

azimuth-adjusted playback deck>Nakamichi Outboard Dolby B Unit>Wavelab

96/24>Izotope 44.1/16>flac

Taping Gear: AKG mics, Nakamichi 550 cassette deck

Taped By: Mike Millard

Transferred By: JEMS

Setlist:

01. Intro

02. The Song Remains The Same

03. Sick Again

04. Nobody's Fault But Mine

05. Over The Hills And Far Away

06. Since I've Been Loving You

07. No Quarter

08. Ten Years Gone (cut in middle due to tape flip)

09. The Battle Of Evermore

10. Going To California

11. Black Country Woman

12. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp

13. White Summer

14. Kashmir

15. Over The Top

16. Heartbreaker

17. Noise Solo (cut in middle due to tape flip)

18. Achilles Last Stand

19. Stairway To Heaven

20. Whole Lotta Love

21. Rock And Roll

Length: 197:03

Notes:

Alternate set of unmarked tapes for this show transferred with Dolby B on as

per Mike's notes on the tape labels using an adjustable outboard Dolby B

unit. This is the 1st time (May 2010) these tapes have ever been digitized.

The sound is completely unaltered except for pitch correction during

playback and fades added for each of the tape flips.

Some further info concerning this and the other unmarked tape source Winston

released a few years back. That one was transferred with Dolby B off so the

highs will be a lot sharper sounding than this. After much deliberation

between myself and members of JEMS it was determined it was best to do the

playback with Dolby B on since Mike specifically mentioned to use it even

though the 1st gens were dubbed with it off. The only real question was just

how much Dolby B decoding was needed. The adjustable unit allowed for the

necessary fine tuning. This should be more faithful sounding to Mike's

actual masters since best we could determine he used Dolby B when recording.

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No, they're broken. The links aren't even a real site that's down.

These links were deleted by admin. Links to trading sites are not allowed here. Sorry, I was just so excited about a possible upgrade to one of my all-time favorite Zeppelin shows that I immeadiatly did a cut-and-paste without editing. Sorry for any disapointment; anyone can search the web and find them. I got a PM from a fellow Zep nut who has the new version, they report a "warmer" (more mid-range) sound.

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These links were deleted by admin. Links to trading sites are not allowed here. Sorry, I was just so excited about a possible upgrade to one of my all-time favorite Zeppelin shows that I immeadiatly did a cut-and-paste without editing. Sorry for any disapointment; anyone can search the web and find them. I got a PM from a fellow Zep nut who has the new version, they report a "warmer" (more mid-range) sound.

There are also new transfers of both Long Beach 75 Millard recordings, and the famous 77 6/23 Badgeholders recording too.

Get 'em while they're hot!

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Ditto. This is my favorite show all-time. I am very interested in hearing it brushed up a bit. wink.gif

Eh, I downloaded it, listened to it through different systems, and its not that advanced from any previous versions. NEXT

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