Big Klu Posted March 27, 2018 Share Posted March 27, 2018 I recently got a hold of a recently deceased relative's vinyl collection and pretty stoked to find some zep bootlegs in there. not a crazy surprise as he had baddass taste (uriah heep, dpurple, rundgren, early genesis, mahavishnu, sparks, humble pie)..all that great not-overplayed by classic rock radio type of stuff. i only collected zep boots in the digital age so i got some questions for vinyl era peoples! - artsy packaging is practically non-existent, blank sleeves with maybe a label stamped written or typed/ glued on. in some cases its just a basic center label on the record that tells whats on it. good luck knowing the actual date of the gig. are these just janky boots, knockoff boots, or actually kinda what you'd expect at the time? - this version of blueberry hill 70 i have is way under-speed to my ears. were weird speed variations just expected with bootlegs? - the art of not effing up the inner-sleeve paper when putting back records will be mastered by me ?? anyways what i think i have are [after trying to figure out what disc went with what sleeve] blueberry hill 70 mudslide 70 ...something from 73 usa tour. not sure what this one is. listen to this eddie 77 so yea 'common' stuff, but its cool have the real deals from way back when. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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