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Led Zepppelin DVD

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This DVD was life changing for me. Perhaps not in a climactic way, but the very first time i saw that epic How Many More Times from the Royal Albert Hall, i knew right then and there that this was gonna be my favorite band. And ever since then, i've listened to Zep everyday, several times, for some 9 odd years. That's definitely more of a lingering effect in my life than most things.

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This DVD was life changing for me. Perhaps not in a climactic way, but the very first time i saw that epic How Many More Times from the Royal Albert Hall, i knew right then and there that this was gonna be my favorite band. And ever since then, i've listened to Zep everyday, several times, for some 9 odd years. That's definitely more of a lingering effect in my life than most things.

Imagine what that lingering effect will be like in 37 years :bubble:

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You were at Albert Hall 70 cp?

errrrrr no SW. I would have been a sprightly 8 year old and lived the other end of the country. I can only imagine what it was like !

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Does anyone know if there a Blu ray release of this DVD in the pipeline?

don't know the specifics but something with the way the show was originally recorded is the reason no bluray is offered... would like the audio on cd as well

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Earl's Court and Knebworth were recorded on VHS which inherently has 240 lines whereas a high definition picture has 1080 lines. While a true HD version is impossible, a blu ray could be released where it's in 480 like a DVD but the bit rate could be made way higher than any DVD could handle, thus still making it a worthy upgrade.

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Earl's Court and Knebworth were recorded on VHS which inherently has 240 lines whereas a high definition picture has 1080 lines. While a true HD version is impossible, a blu ray could be released where it's in 480 like a DVD but the bit rate could be made way higher than any DVD could handle, thus still making it a worthy upgrade.

this forum=your one stop shop for all your Led Zeppelin information ... thanks Sue

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Earl's Court and Knebworth were recorded on VHS which inherently has 240 lines whereas a high definition picture has 1080 lines. While a true HD version is impossible, a blu ray could be released where it's in 480 like a DVD but the bit rate could be made way higher than any DVD could handle, thus still making it a worthy upgrade.

this forum=your one stop shop for all your Led Zeppelin information ... thanks Sue

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BTW, he could just have a segment of the Seattle 77' shows, like he did with MSG, Earls Court, Knebworth.

Yes hope soo

 

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Gone back to watching Disc 2 almost daily at the moment. The DVD Set was my introduction into Led Zeppelin.

I'd had heard of Zep before of course but didn't know much about them and I was in a record store and saw the DVD in the music section. Having looked at the listing on the back, without knowing anything about them, I already knew it looked like a great live representation of the band. So I bought it there and then and havn't looked back since.

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On 03/01/2015 at 5:15 PM, chillumpuffer said:

 

errrrrr no SW. I would have been a sprightly 8 year old and lived the other end of the country. I can only imagine what it was like !

And besides....it was in London!!! You would never have gone!!! 😜🎸

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