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On 1/30/2021 at 11:08 PM, Strider said:

September 4, 1970. "Live on Blueberry Hill" TMOQ reissue. Side 2.

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Like 'Fillmore West 1969', another one of the absolute cornerstone albums of any live Led Zeppelin collection. Thanks for sharing the images,wonderful to see them.

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18 hours ago, Walesdad said:

Like 'Fillmore West 1969', another one of the absolute cornerstone albums of any live Led Zeppelin collection. Thanks for sharing the images,wonderful to see them.

You're welcome, Walesdad. I do believe for those of us of a certain age these boots have a nostalgic effect. Here is the most recent one I cleaned and listened to all the way through...

The original Geiko-Sukui triple vinyl set of July 24, 1979 Copenhagen.

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4 hours ago, Strider said:

You're welcome, Walesdad. I do believe for those of us of a certain age these boots have a nostalgic effect. Here is the most recent one I cleaned and listened to all the way through...

The original Geiko-Sukui triple vinyl set of July 24, 1979 Copenhagen.

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And this is another belter too. Your probably right about about the nostalgia effect,but for me,and I can see all the arguments on either side,you just cannot beat holding and listening too a really good sounding vinyl or cd version of some of these classic shows.Cheers again.

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Two of the last shows by Led Zeppelin that I´ve been into: Bath 1970 (no surprise here!!!) and Belfast 1971. Just to hear the audience not so much reacting to songs from the fourth album. For my ears, there´s a great feeling in many of the 1971 shows. Not saying it wasn´t present on any other years, but there´s something.

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2 hours ago, paul carruthers said:

 

This was the first step for me, and I'll bet quite a few more of a certain age, into the world of live Led Zeppelin recordings. There are better 1977 shows out there, but this is still great to hear.I haven't heard it for a while, might just give it a go.

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2 hours ago, paul carruthers said:

I always found it curious that there's a cut on NQ both nights in Cleveland. I would give the edge to the 4/28 show being slightly better than the Destroyer, but both are great listens...

I've never actually got around to listening to the April 28th show from Cleveland, immortalized as 'The Destroyer' on cd and vinyl. I should put that right.

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59 minutes ago, Walesdad said:

I've never actually got around to listening to the April 28th show from Cleveland, immortalized as 'The Destroyer' on cd and vinyl. I should put that right.

You definitely should. Top 3 or 5 show of 1977.

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