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Ranking The 1975 Shows

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9 hours ago, JohnOsbourne said:

I think there have been two new sources with much better sound quality to appear recently, you should definitely check out the link posted earlier in this thread.  3-12 is an all-time great show.

Would one of you kind folk have a link to this boot?

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14 hours ago, rm2551 said:

Would one of you kind folk have a link to this boot?

If you meant where to download it, I think someone sent that at the end of the previous page.

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1 hour ago, Bonzo_fan said:

If you meant where to download it, I think someone sent that at the end of the previous page.

Man, that solo section of OTHAFA is just vicious! Bonham misses the Page's signature  outro riff and comes in two measures early, but other than that its fucking perfect. Love to get a soundboard of this show...

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http://www.rambleonzep.com/dates/info/1975-03-12LongBeachSrc3Mix.htm - that has no d'load link. Going from the main page to the date has a bunch of boots, but the AUD 3 source mix is not linked either. Starship has individual mp3 files. Is there a FLAC source somewhere?

I assume this is an nice improvement worth the effort over the Mike the Mike Winston remaster??? (I have that one)

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On 4/7/2020 at 2:41 PM, pujols05 said:

By the way, I don't have a single performance of NQ ranked less than 4 stars. Always a highlight of a '75 show for me (all-time fave is 5-24). 

Where would you personally put the 3/21 Seattle version? That one stands out to me the most for that incredible, frenetic grooving solo. Such a different take from the usual.

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4 hours ago, rm2551 said:

http://www.rambleonzep.com/dates/info/1975-03-12LongBeachSrc3Mix.htm - that has no d'load link. Going from the main page to the date has a bunch of boots, but the AUD 3 source mix is not linked either. Starship has individual mp3 files. Is there a FLAC source somewhere?

I assume this is an nice improvement worth the effort over the Mike the Mike Winston remaster??? (I have that one)

Oh yes. It's just as good as a Millard recording IMO. His portion of it is from Stairway onwards, but I honestly think the newly discovered source that runs up until that point is better. A true gem. I'll help you out..

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Does anyone have a link for the March 20 - Vancouver (Snowblind) show? I found it on Guitars 101 but one of the links is no good. Any help would be appreciated!

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16 hours ago, johnlennon696 said:

Oh yes. It's just as good as a Millard recording IMO. His portion of it is from Stairway onwards, but I honestly think the newly discovered source that runs up until that point is better. A true gem. I'll help you out..

Me too please mate 

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14 hours ago, Page Les Paul said:

Does anyone have a link for the March 20 - Vancouver (Snowblind) show? I found it on Guitars 101 but one of the links is no good. Any help would be appreciated!

Check PM

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Montreal has always been a favourite of mine. I know the AUD recording could be better, but it's still an enjoyable listen. 

Yea Plant's voice is still in poor shape, but overall I enjoyed this show.

Page in particular is in excellent form. Dazed is one of my favourites from the tour and it's like Page is really pushing himself as his playing is fast and fluid here. It's definetly a Jimmy Page show.

Kashmir is also very good again even with Plant's voice. The tapers' "Holy fuck" comment when it finished bought a smile to my face. Perfectly encapsulated someone hearing the track for the first time.

The tapers' comments throughout are also worth the listen too.

Overall a good early show IMO with an enjoyable recording.

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On 4/11/2020 at 10:05 PM, 1998giventofly said:

Where would you personally put the 3/21 Seattle version? That one stands out to me the most for that incredible, frenetic grooving solo. Such a different take from the usual.

Just enjoyed this show last week. Four stars there for me. To my ears, JPJ initially goes in a direction that seems to foreshadow the '77 versions, and then comes back toward the '75 versions, but not quite the usual, as you say. For me, it's just not quite focused enough. Which is a strange thing to say for a "jam" song. 

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4 hours ago, Page Les Paul said:

What is the preferred version of the 02/12/1975 NYC show? I see where bluecongo did a version of this show.

I've only ever listened to Godfather's That's Alright New York, which sounds great.

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