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I would LOVE to hear a SBD of these shows

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I really love these shows, along with many others. i am a HUGE 1975 fan and if they ever release sbds of these shows i would be so fucking happy!!!! What do you think?

1975.02.06 Led Zeppelin Montreal Forum

1975.02.03 Led Zeppelin Madison Square Garden NY

1975.02.04 Led Zeppelin Uniondale NY

1975.01.29 Led Zeppelin Greensboro NC

1975.02.10 Led Zeppelin Landover Maryland

I really enjoy these shows especially the earlier ones like Brussels and chicago because the fucking KILL IT on The Wonton Song and Levee. And i love to hear the rare 1975 version of How Many More Times. Just amazing even with Jimmy a broken finger and Roberts voice in the trash, they still make it good man!! Love it!!!!!!!

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13 minutes ago, Stairway is NOT stolen said:

I want a sounboard of Tempe 1977, just so i can hear the first half of the show. 

This. And, no, I don't think we're crazy...

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Chicago, April 10th 1977

Milan, Italy 1971

Denver Dec 26th, 1968

Boston Tea Party & Whiskey A Go Go gigs January 1969

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October 30, 1969

May 3, 1971

September 29, 1971 

June 22, 1977

July 24, 1979

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Agree with Montreal and Landover, take or leave the others (and Greensboro, really?).  Would also add Philadelphia '75 to that list.  Would also love to hear SBs from the Baltimore and Pittsburgh '73 shows (might as well add Boston from that tour, despite the well-known audience problems, still a great performance). 

 

 

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Yeah, Greensboro and those other early 75 shows have an undeservedly bad reputation, because the recordings aren't great. Robert does run into trouble towards the end of January, but the other three are all fine throughout. Forget the saga of Jimmy's finger, it didn't stop him playing what he wanted at that point.

January 75 was a great set list. Top of my list for that era would be Chicago 22nd or Detroit 30th January. But the early Feb ones such as Montreal and the first MSG gig would be very nice to have.

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On 1/11/2016 at 9:22 PM, JohnOsbourne said:

Agree with Montreal and Landover, take or leave the others (and Greensboro, really?).  Would also add Philadelphia '75 to that list.  Would also love to hear SBs from the Baltimore and Pittsburgh '73 shows (might as well add Boston from that tour, despite the well-known audience problems, still a great performance). 

 

 

 

On 1/10/2016 at 7:30 AM, Nutrocker said:

This. And, no, I don't think we're crazy...

Nutrocker we been over this before, HELL YES i want a an AUD or sbd ANYTHING at least if its full show of tempe!!! Hell yeah! and Greensboro75 was an awesome show! SBDs are my fave but i also do really love aud recordings... Even the crappy ones... ANY of those firswwt JAN 75 shows would be awesome on SBD because that set list was really cool... allthough it is way better come feb and the marathons ... But shit im happy with what we have already man

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Bath 1970. All of the Earl's Court shows. The 71 Japanese Tour. The 72 Australian/NZ Tour.

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The 4 hour Boston 1969 show. 

Royal Albert Hall "69. 

Barh Festival "69 and "70 

Any Summer "69 USA shows

Copenhagen 1970 & 1971

Any UK Spring and Fall 1971 shows

Australia 1972

Seattle 6/19/72

Denver 6/21/72

and probably a whole lot more!!!

 

 

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15 hours ago, Sticks of Fire said:

The 4 hour Boston 1969 show. 

Royal Albert Hall "69. 

Barh Festival "69 and "70 

Any Summer "69 USA shows

Copenhagen 1970 & 1971

Any UK Spring and Fall 1971 shows

Australia 1972

Seattle 6/19/72

Denver 6/21/72

and probably a whole lot more!!!

 

 

Great choices there! :thumbsup:

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6/21/77, 6/22/77, 6/23/77, 6/25/77, 6/26/77, 6/27/77. Talk about how the west was won. Practically every note is what the BEAST of the '77 tour was meant to be, folks!

I have a gut feeling that since I'm 26, I will be lucky enough to see a proper official release of most or all (or a best of LA '77 style release) of these soundboards, or monitor/soundboard multi if they exist. NYC '77 too, but New York's run was less consistent IMO.

I would never listen to anything but that for the rest of my life, probably.

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5/19/77-Baton Rouge, LA.-First-Then in no Order,-----6/22/1977,L.A.-6/26/77,L.A., 6/8/77, NY,-6/10-77, 6-11-77, 6/13/77, & 6/14/1977-All New York,....-4/30/1977, Pontiac, Mich, 4/28/1977, Cleveland, Ohio 2nd-Night, -4/10/1977 Chicago,-4th-Night,---Atlanta,-4/23/1977,..Birmingham, Alabama,--5/18/1977,...Greensboro,North-Carolina,--5/31/1977,...Indianapolis,-Indiana,-4/17/1977,--St. Louis, Missouri,...4/15/1977,...St.Paul, Minnesota,..-4/13/1977,..&..Minneapolis, Minnesota,..-4/12/1977,...---Cincinnati, Ohio,...--4/19/ & 4/20/1977,...--Dallas,Texas,..--4/1/1977,...--4/6/1977,..Chicago, 1st-Night,...--Tempe, Arizona,...7/20/1977,...-San-Diego, California,...-7/19/1977...--Oakland,..-California,...--7/23, & 7/24/1977,...A-DAY-ON-THE-GREEN,,....---&...Throw-Inn,..--6/27/1977,..L.A. California, The-6th-Show, The..Last-Night-IN-California & The Last-Night Of The 2nd-LEG Of The 1977-U.S-TOUR,...6/27/1977,...3:45-3-Hours,-45-Minutes,..The Longest Concert Of The-77-US-Tour,...Thanks, Johnny Stritz,!!!!!!

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3 hours ago, soccer5 said:

5/19/77-Baton Rouge, LA.-First-Then in no Order,-----6/22/1977,L.A.-6/26/77,L.A., 6/8/77, NY,-6/10-77, 6-11-77, 6/13/77, & 6/14/1977-All New York,....-4/30/1977, Pontiac, Mich, 4/28/1977, Cleveland, Ohio 2nd-Night, -4/10/1977 Chicago,-4th-Night,---Atlanta,-4/23/1977,..Birmingham, Alabama,--5/18/1977,...Greensboro,North-Carolina,--5/31/1977,...Indianapolis,-Indiana,-4/17/1977,--St. Louis, Missouri,...4/15/1977,...St.Paul, Minnesota,..-4/13/1977,..&..Minneapolis, Minnesota,..-4/12/1977,...---Cincinnati, Ohio,...--4/19/ & 4/20/1977,...--Dallas,Texas,..--4/1/1977,...--4/6/1977,..Chicago, 1st-Night,...--Tempe, Arizona,...7/20/1977,...-San-Diego, California,...-7/19/1977...--Oakland,..-California,...--7/23, & 7/24/1977,...A-DAY-ON-THE-GREEN,,....---&...Throw-Inn,..--6/27/1977,..L.A. California, The-6th-Show, The..Last-Night-IN-California & The Last-Night Of The 2nd-LEG Of The 1977-U.S-TOUR,...6/27/1977,...3:45-3-Hours,-45-Minutes,..The Longest Concert Of The-77-US-Tour,...Thanks, Johnny Stritz,!!!!!!

Now we're talking!

I notice you listed the '77 Baton Rouge show first...were you there? Are you aware of the history surrounding the audience recording for that show?

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38 minutes ago, Sue Dounim said:

1970/09/19
1972/02/27
1973/06/03
1975/03/21
1977/06/22
1980/07/05

This!  Great night, crappy tape overall.

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20 hours ago, soccer5 said:

5/19/77-Baton Rouge, LA.-First-Then in no Order,-----6/22/1977,L.A.-6/26/77,L.A., 6/8/77, NY,-6/10-77, 6-11-77, 6/13/77, & 6/14/1977-All New York,....-4/30/1977, Pontiac, Mich, 4/28/1977, Cleveland, Ohio 2nd-Night, -4/10/1977 Chicago,-4th-Night,---Atlanta,-4/23/1977,..Birmingham, Alabama,--5/18/1977,...Greensboro,North-Carolina,--5/31/1977,...Indianapolis,-Indiana,-4/17/1977,--St. Louis, Missouri,...4/15/1977,...St.Paul, Minnesota,..-4/13/1977,..&..Minneapolis, Minnesota,..-4/12/1977,...---Cincinnati, Ohio,...--4/19/ & 4/20/1977,...--Dallas,Texas,..--4/1/1977,...--4/6/1977,..Chicago, 1st-Night,...--Tempe, Arizona,...7/20/1977,...-San-Diego, California,...-7/19/1977...--Oakland,..-California,...--7/23, & 7/24/1977,...A-DAY-ON-THE-GREEN,,....---&...Throw-Inn,..--6/27/1977,..L.A. California, The-6th-Show, The..Last-Night-IN-California & The Last-Night Of The 2nd-LEG Of The 1977-U.S-TOUR,...6/27/1977,...3:45-3-Hours,-45-Minutes,..The Longest Concert Of The-77-US-Tour,...Thanks, Johnny Stritz,!!!!!!

Let me guess:  you're a fan of the '77 tour?  Most likely you'll get the Greensboro show, as the pattern of releases suggests that this one exits.

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On 1/13/2016 at 5:33 PM, Dirty Work said:

6/21/77, 6/22/77, 6/23/77, 6/25/77, 6/26/77, 6/27/77. Talk about how the west was won. Practically every note is what the BEAST of the '77 tour was meant to be, folks!

I have a gut feeling that since I'm 26, I will be lucky enough to see a proper official release of most or all (or a best of LA '77 style release) of these soundboards, or monitor/soundboard multi if they exist. NYC '77 too, but New York's run was less consistent IMO.

I would never listen to anything but that for the rest of my life, probably.

 

On 1/14/2016 at 3:18 AM, Nutrocker said:

Now we're talking!

I notice you listed the '77 Baton Rouge show first...were you there? Are you aware of the history surrounding the audience recording for that show?

Dirty work I agree!!!! lol great comment!!!

 

And Nutrocker I am not, could you fill me in??? I didnt even know there was a recording of this show. I never found one/...

 

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