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Sue Dounim

Your Live Led Zeppelin Wishlist!

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It might be a tad pointless, but I'd like to start this topic in the hopes of seeing what common ground we Zep fans stand on. I'd like you to list any and all Zep recordings you'd like to see the light of day. Whether it be an official release or otherwise, even if it's just a low-gen upgrade of a pre-existing recording, I wanna see what new Zep material you secretly wish would appear. There's no numerical limit on what you can choose, and if someone before lists something you were gonna type, put it anyway. (that's where the common ground part comes in...) I'll post my wishlist later, but for now, let's get the ball rolling!

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Official release: Any of the multi-tracked concerts, as unedited as possible...Japan 1971 at the forefront.

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I would love a release of live, very early stuff, not the BBC we already have but the numbers from 68' - 69' such as:

As long as I Have You, You're Time is Gonna Come, and the Yardbirds tunes they did.

Some of the obscure stuff from 70' - 71' like B-Y-A (not Stomp but the solo acoustic number) and the Blueberry Hill recording.

The best of 77', the Falconer Theatre shows from 79' and finally Zurich and Vienna from 80'.

That would be my dream list of live stuff to be officially released.

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I know that the "Custard Pie", the "Rover" and "In the Light" were never performed live, but these are the songs that I wish were apart of this list.

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As many of the Missing Seven 1977 shows as possible, I don't give a fuck if they're pristine soundboards or crap audience tapes recorded from the back of the arena on the finest tin can and string money can buy...

That is all.

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If it exists ,Vancouver 8/19/71

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6-3-73 LA Forum SBD

NYC '71 SBD

3-24-75 SBD

Central Park '69 Film

anything from '68

just for starters...

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Knebworth 79 official DVD directed by Dick Carruthers.

Earls Court 75 official DVD directed by Dick Carruthers.

Pontiac 77 official DVD. Even if there's no multitrack recording. If The Who did it why not Zep?

Any other film

Live albums, eh?

Anything (within reason) from 77 to 80.

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Hmmm...let's see...how do I count the ways?

-Pontiac Silverdome 4/30/77 vdeo

-Seattle Pop Festival Soundboard - 7/27/69

-Bath Festival - Film or Multitrack audio

-Japan '71 Multitracks

-Houston Summit 5/21/77 video

-Video of Jason Bonham wedding reunion 1990

-Multitrack, etc. from any “Return to the Clubs” ’71 Show

-Multitrack audio from Earls Court 5/23/75

-ANY additional footage filmed for “The Song Remains the Same” 7/73 (Even including Shepperton!)

-Multitrack audio for all three NYC MSG 7/73 shows

-Any recording from any Scandinavia ‘68 Show

-Any leftover multitrack audio from L.A. & Long Beach 6/72

-Carnegie Hall, NYC 10/17/69– any form

-Montreux 8/71 soundboard

-Los Angeles 6/23/77 soundboard

-Any recording of Baton Rouge 5/19/77

-Any recording of New Orleans 8/29/71

-More Royal Albert Hall 1/9/70 leftovers - audio or video

-Video Screen footage of Atlanta 5/4/73

-More Beat Club 1969 footage

-Any recording of St. Helier, Jersey, UK 12/10/75

-Any recording of Rhode Island 10/31/69

-Los Angeles 6/3/73 Soundboard

-Any Bill Graham film from Fillmores/Winterland '69

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not sure if it counts as live,but the comedic skits they filmed for the knebworth shows...would love to know more about these if theres any information out there

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Not in any particular order...

  1. Seattle Green Lake Aqua Theater May 1969
  2. Both Montreaux nights from October 1972 (and rumored that both shows were officially recorded...just not sure if by Zep or the late Claude Nobs, hopefully we see some kind of release some day)
  3. Tempe 1977
  4. Any '77 show not in any circulation (Twin cities, St. Louis)

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- Japan '71

- Pontiac '77 soundboard

- The missing "7"

- 1977/06/22 soundboard

- Bonham's folding shirt instruction

- Cologne '80

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Official releases of any of the German shows from March '73, when they were at their all-time hottest instrumentally. Vienna, for example...awesome.

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Both of the Complete LA/Long Beach 1972 multis, complete. We are sure the tapes kept rolling to the end of the 6/25/72 show (hence Bring it on Home)

The Soundboards (along with any monitor mixes if they exist) from ALL of the MSG '77 shows and all of the LA '77 shows. (This would literally probably faint as this is IMO the bands CLIMAX and I LOVE IT!)

I hope I live to hear those tapes...

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** really want

*** really really want

**** gotta have it

***** would consider the value of someone's life for this

My wish list is:

Anything at all from 1968. Anything.*****

Any other pro film that may exist from 1969.

The missing portions 1970/01/09

A complete 1970/03/21

1970/03/22**

A soundboard of 1970/03/27.****

Any type of professional recording of 1970/06/28.***

Soundboards of anything from the Summer '70 US Tour, notably:

1970/08/22**

1970/09/02***

1970/09/05

The evening show on 1970/09/19*****

A soundboard of 1971/03/05*

1971/05/03 SBD**

1971/07/04

1971/08/20

Soundboards of one/both Inglewood '71 shows***

1971/09/17

Any legitimate soundboards or multitracks of the Japan '71 tour*****

1971/09/30

1971/10/03

1971/11/20 SBD

1971/11/21

A complete recording of 1972/06/18

1972/06/19 SBD*****

1973/05/04

1973/06/03 SBD

The rest of 1973/07/27***

1975/01/11

1975/01/18

1975/01/20 SBD

1975/01/21

1975/02/27 SBD

1975/03/12 SBD

1975/03/21 SBD*****

All Inglewood '75 SBDs****

The complete pro film and soundboard of 1975/05/23***

1977/04/01

1977/04/09 SBD

1977/04/10 SBD***

1977/04/23 SBD

The cassette soundboards for both Cleveland '77 shows****

Everything of 1977/04/30. EVERYTHING.*****

1977/05/22 SBD.

1977/05/31***

Soundboards for the rest of NYC '77*****

1977/06/22 SBD*****

1977/06/26 SBD *****

alternate aud recording of 1977/06/27 to fill the gaps

Lowest-possible generation tapes of the pro-film and the legitimate SBD of 1977/07/17***

The first part of 1977/07/20.

Soundboards of one/both Oakland 1977 dates.

1980/06/26 SBD

1980/07/05 SBD***

Edited by Sue Dounim

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1971/09/30

1971/10/03

?

Jolly good list. Couldn't agree more about 1970/09/19, 1972/06/19 and 1975/03/21. Mine would be roughly the same for the period of '68-'75 except that I would take **** from '75 LA and add them to 1971/03/05.

1971-09-03***

1971-11-24*****

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In my dreams: 1975 EC SBD all nights; all 1969 and 1971. I would die happy. Or, anything we don't already have; I mean anything. Oh, and the Japan shows, 1971 & 72.

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?

1971/09/30 Bangkok, Thailand

1971/10/03 Bombay, India

Robert mentions these shows before TSRTS on 1973/07/29.

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Although I do love their extended versions of songs (Moby Dick & D&C are my favourites) I find that Whole Lotta Love (How The West Was Won) does get incredibly boring as it lasts for about 25 minutes. I hope there's one around somewhere where it is extended but not to that extent.

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Although I do love their extended versions of songs (Moby Dick & D&C are my favourites) I find that Whole Lotta Love (How The West Was Won) does get incredibly boring as it lasts for about 25 minutes. I hope there's one around somewhere where it is extended but not to that extent.

Listen to this version and tell me what you think. One of the best versions of WWL that I ever heard.

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It is indeed one of the best that I've heard. Pity the quality isn't that brilliant. It's a bootleg, I gather?

If you think the quality of that is subpar... :P

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