1977-06-21 Inglewood (GaryB Master via JEMS) 24-96

Led Zeppelin
The Forum
Inglewood, CA
June 21, 1977
Listen To This Erik
GaryB Master Cassettes via JEMS
2496 Edition

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part 2: LZ 1977-06-21 Inglewood (GaryB Master via JEMS) 24-96.part2.rar
part 3: LZ 1977-06-21 Inglewood (GaryB Master via JEMS) 24-96.part3.rar

Alternative download link from mega.nz:
https://mega.nz/#!f8UBXSQK!fbiM9JDo7RKqrtyvCyn5KyjYR6poxKkqsW0EhkEr4mA

Recording Gear: portable cassette recorder with built-in mono microphone (model unknown)

JEMS 2017 Transfer: GaryB’s Memorex 120-minute master cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted playback > Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96 capture to .wav > pitch adjustment > iZotope RX6 and Ozone 6 restoration > Peak Pro 6 (post production) > xACT 2.37 > FLAC

01 anticipatory audience ecstacy
02 The Song Remains The Same
03 The Rover > Sick Again
04 Nobody’s Fault But Mine
05 Over The Hills And Far Away
06 Since I’ve Been Loving You
07 No Quarter
08 Ten Years Gone
09 The Battle Of Evermore
10 Going To California
11 Black Country Woman
12 Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
13 White Summer/Black Mountain Side
14 Kashmir
15 Out On The Tiles > Moby Dick
16 Heartbreaker
17 Achilles Last Stand
18 Stairway to Heaven
19 Whole Lotta Love > Rock and Roll

Known Faults:
-No Quarter: splice due to tape flip
-Heartbreaker: cut, with small bit of guitar solo preserved
-Achilles Last Stand: joined in progress, cut near end
-Stairway To Heaven: splice

Forty years after the band’s legendary performance, one of the most iconic Led Zeppelin bootlegs of all time, Listen To This Eddie, gets a companion with the first-ever release of GaryB’s mono master tapes from The Forum, June 21, 1977. This newly uncovered second recording of the show complements the work of legendary taper Mike Millard (whose tape is the source of the LTTE bootleg) to provide an alternative perspective and a fresh, compelling way to listen anew to this fantastic and familiar show.

For decades, Millard’s recording stood as the only document of the show to surface, though GaryB and friends have been listening to his recording since the day after, especially his buddy Erik who, having taken some “mood enhancers” prior to the show, woke up the next day with almost no memory of what took place. Because Erik couldn’t remember much, GaryB titled his tape Listen To This Erik.

GaryB’s title implies that he was familiar with the famous Eddie bootleg, and indeed he was. In fact, it was because of Millard’s tape/the Eddie bootleg that GaryB never felt there would be any desire for his recording, since he deemed the quality of Eddie to be superior to Erik. For that reason, his tape of the show went unheard by Zeppelin collectors at large until a couple months ago when, to recognize the show’s 40th anniversary, GaryB posted an incomplete and cobbled together MP3 of his tape to YouTube. The response from Zeppelin fans was immediate: WHERE DID THIS COME FROM and HOW CAN WE GET THIS?

What Zep fans were responding to both in YouTube comments and on message boards was atmosphere. As great as Millard’s Led Zeppelin recordings are, one thing they don’t unmistakably capture is the electric atmosphere of the crowd, something those who were there remember so clearly. “From 8:15 to 9:45 pm,” GaryB recalls, “every time a song on the pre-show tape began to fade, the crowd started cheering. By the time they came on, insanity.”

He continues: “The electricity of the crowd always stood out to me. Springsteen once said that the very word ‘concert’ means BOTH the audience and artist are engaged. On this night, both Zeppelin and the crowd brought their A game and the result was an epic show. I thought the band just fed off the crowd and kicked it up to a rarely seen level. Listen to the audience when Page is introduced: the ovation was crazy. I tell my wife and kids that when I’m old and I can’t remember anything, just put on my concert recording of 6/21/77 and I’ll have a huge smile on my face.”

GaryB’s tape captures that atmosphere brilliantly from the get-go, as we get over 90 seconds of ecstatic audience build up before Jimmy hits that preamble chord then launches into “The Song Remains the Same.” There’s plenty of appealing audience response throughout, and while the quality of GaryB’s recording is not quite at Millard’s level, it is still better than many ’77 audies, sounding especially clear in quieter songs and holding up respectfully when the band is at full power. It was made on a borrowed recorder that we haven’t been able to fully identify, but GaryB says was a substantial piece of gear, with solid metal parts and a brown leather case. He knew he was in for a long show, so he snuck in two Memorex 120-minute tapes, which he says he copied off many years ago and avoided playing to help preserve them.

During the show, GaryB and his brother Dave took turns holding the recorder, which had to be held up relatively high all night because the microphone was built in. Gary adds, “Like me, Dave also had to keep quiet the whole show because we were taping. Very hard not to react on a night like that!”

The YouTube and message board posts prompted Gary to seek someone who could properly transfer the masters and JEMS was lucky enough to be recommended for the gig by our dear friend BW with whom I had the following email exchange:

(September 25, 2017 at 5:48 PM) Fwd: Led Zeppelin 1977 Forum recording
Just got this email request. Is it something you would be interested in doing?

(September 25, 2017 at 5:52 PM) Re: Led Zeppelin 1977 Forum recording
Absolutely! I am the man for the job.

(September 25, 2017 at 5:54 PM) Re: Led Zeppelin 1977 Forum recording
Wow, what took you so long to respond? 

Gary shipped the tapes to JEMS South and the work began. Those who have experience with 40-year-old, 120-minute cassette tapes know they are temperamental to say the least. GaryB had re-shelled one of the tapes (i.e. moved the actual interior tape and reels from the original cassette shell into a newer one) at some point in the past and that needed to be done again, as the pressure pad was gone on tape two and it wasn’t running smoothly. The new shell helped, but it still took multiple passes and a lot of hand-winding to capture the entirety of both sides. Tape one, while fussy in its own ways, played through relatively well given its age, the condition of its original shell and pad still viable. With great relief, I informed GaryB that the transfer was successful.

But there was still plenty to do. We have taken the rare step of noting this recording as “restored.” This is due to the work undertaken to repair several dozen short audio dropouts (likely due to movement of the tape deck during the show) inherent in the master. Using the latest iZotope RX software, we were able to fix the dropouts in a manner that should be relatively transparent to many listeners in most instances and substantially lessens the auditory defect. The manner of recording also required re-sequencing of parts and multiple pitch adjustments have been made to fix speed issues throughout, though most pronounced in the show’s final 30 minutes (“Achilles” to the end) when batteries were beginning to fail, slowing the recording, which then sounds sped up on normal playback. The fixes aren’t perfect by any means, as the speed change grows highly variable, but they are a marked improvement to the original.

We are presenting the final product in two forms. For the 16/44.1 edition, we have mastered GaryB’s restored recording to offer what in our opinion is a high-quality listening experience. For the purists out there (and surely to the delight of many Japanese bootleg labels: Maido arigatou gozaimasu!), we present a high-resolution, 24/96 restored but unmastered edition, sides have been pieced together to flow smoothly, however, we have left tape flips during songs in their current state.

Speaking of Japanese bootlegs, there is a title which patches the missing portion of “Ten Years Gone” on Millard’s recording with a second source, but no other audio of the second source was released. We don’t believe GaryB’s tape was the mystery source, but we hope a knowledgeable collector will let everyone know.

This project was a labor of love for me and everyone involved. First and foremost, GaryB has been an absolute pleasure to work with and get to know. It is through his generosity that we get to hear a different version of one of our favorite Zeppelin shows of all time. Thanks for trusting JEMS, Gary. We hope you like the result. Thanks as well to BW, who made the introduction to GaryB and whom I love dearly. The stalwart mjk5510 stepped up as he always does, this time contributing critical feedback and countless hours to fix the pitch and speed issues in addition to his vital, on-going, post-production support. I would also like to recognize the work of the late Mike Millard, whose recording of this show and so many others have been critical listening to Zeppelin fans since the ‘70s. Over the years, we have met folks who knew Mike personally (including our own Stan, the S in JEMS), and they tell us that the Mike Millard described on the internet is not man they knew. He had many good friends and wasn’t at all the dour loner those descriptions would have us believe.

Here’s to another amazing example of finding “lost tapes.” Let’s hope there are still many more to come.

BK for JEMS

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1977-06-21 Inglewood (GaryB Master via JEMS)

Led Zeppelin
The Forum
Inglewood, CA
June 21, 1977
Listen To This Erik
GaryB Master Cassettes via JEMS

Note: This is the version uploaded at The Traders Den, and is complete, including The Song Remains The Same. The version uploaded at DIME excludes TSRTS, to comply with DIME rules.

Download from FileFactory:
LZ 1977-06-21 Inglewood (GaryB Master via JEMS).rar

Recording Gear: portable cassette recorder with built-in mono microphone (model unknown)

JEMS 2017 Transfer: GaryB’s Memorex 120-minute master cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted playback > Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96 capture to .wav > pitch adjustment > iZotope RX6 and Ozone 6 restoration and mastering > iZotope MBIT+ resample and dither to 16/44.1 > Peak Pro 6 (post production) > xACT 2.37 > FLAC

01 anticipatory audience ecstacy
02 The Song Remains The Same
03 The Rover > Sick Again
04 Nobody’s Fault But Mine
05 Over The Hills And Far Away
06 Since I’ve Been Loving You
07 No Quarter
08 Ten Years Gone
09 The Battle Of Evermore
10 Going To California
11 Black Country Woman
12 Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
13 White Summer/Black Mountain Side
14 Kashmir
15 Out On The Tiles > Moby Dick
16 Heartbreaker
17 Achilles Last Stand
18 Stairway to Heaven
19 Whole Lotta Love > Rock and Roll

Known Faults:
-No Quarter: splice due to tape flip
-Heartbreaker: cut, with small bit of guitar solo preserved
-Achilles Last Stand: joined in progress, cut near end
-Stairway To Heaven: splice

Forty years after the band’s legendary performance, one of the most iconic Led Zeppelin bootlegs of all time, Listen To This Eddie, gets a companion with the first-ever release of GaryB’s mono master tapes from The Forum, June 21, 1977. This newly uncovered second recording of the show complements the work of legendary taper Mike Millard (whose tape is the source of the LTTE bootleg) to provide an alternative perspective and a fresh, compelling way to listen anew to this fantastic and familiar show.

For decades, Millard’s recording stood as the only document of the show to surface, though GaryB and friends have been listening to his recording since the day after, especially his buddy Erik who, having taken some “mood enhancers” prior to the show, woke up the next day with almost no memory of what took place. Because Erik couldn’t remember much, GaryB titled his tape Listen To This Erik.

GaryB’s title implies that he was familiar with the famous Eddie bootleg, and indeed he was. In fact, it was because of Millard’s tape/the Eddie bootleg that GaryB never felt there would be any desire for his recording, since he deemed the quality of Eddie to be superior to Erik. For that reason, his tape of the show went unheard by Zeppelin collectors at large until a couple months ago when, to recognize the show’s 40th anniversary, GaryB posted an incomplete and cobbled together MP3 of his tape to YouTube. The response from Zeppelin fans was immediate: WHERE DID THIS COME FROM and HOW CAN WE GET THIS?

What Zep fans were responding to both in YouTube comments and on message boards was atmosphere. As great as Millard’s Led Zeppelin recordings are, one thing they don’t unmistakably capture is the electric atmosphere of the crowd, something those who were there remember so clearly. “From 8:15 to 9:45 pm,” GaryB recalls, “every time a song on the pre-show tape began to fade, the crowd started cheering. By the time they came on, insanity.”

He continues: “The electricity of the crowd always stood out to me. Springsteen once said that the very word ‘concert’ means BOTH the audience and artist are engaged. On this night, both Zeppelin and the crowd brought their A game and the result was an epic show. I thought the band just fed off the crowd and kicked it up to a rarely seen level. Listen to the audience when Page is introduced: the ovation was crazy. I tell my wife and kids that when I’m old and I can’t remember anything, just put on my concert recording of 6/21/77 and I’ll have a huge smile on my face.”

GaryB’s tape captures that atmosphere brilliantly from the get-go, as we get over 90 seconds of ecstatic audience build up before Jimmy hits that preamble chord then launches into “The Song Remains the Same.” There’s plenty of appealing audience response throughout, and while the quality of GaryB’s recording is not quite at Millard’s level, it is still better than many ’77 audies, sounding especially clear in quieter songs and holding up respectfully when the band is at full power. It was made on a borrowed recorder that we haven’t been able to fully identify, but GaryB says was a substantial piece of gear, with solid metal parts and a brown leather case. He knew he was in for a long show, so he snuck in two Memorex 120-minute tapes, which he says he copied off many years ago and avoided playing to help preserve them.

During the show, GaryB and his brother Dave took turns holding the recorder, which had to be held up relatively high all night because the microphone was built in. Gary adds, “Like me, Dave also had to keep quiet the whole show because we were taping. Very hard not to react on a night like that!”

The YouTube and message board posts prompted Gary to seek someone who could properly transfer the masters and JEMS was lucky enough to be recommended for the gig by our dear friend BW with whom I had the following email exchange:

(September 25, 2017 at 5:48 PM) Fwd: Led Zeppelin 1977 Forum recording
Just got this email request. Is it something you would be interested in doing?

(September 25, 2017 at 5:52 PM) Re: Led Zeppelin 1977 Forum recording
Absolutely! I am the man for the job.

(September 25, 2017 at 5:54 PM) Re: Led Zeppelin 1977 Forum recording
Wow, what took you so long to respond? 

Gary shipped the tapes to JEMS South and the work began. Those who have experience with 40-year-old, 120-minute cassette tapes know they are temperamental to say the least. GaryB had re-shelled one of the tapes (i.e. moved the actual interior tape and reels from the original cassette shell into a newer one) at some point in the past and that needed to be done again, as the pressure pad was gone on tape two and it wasn’t running smoothly. The new shell helped, but it still took multiple passes and a lot of hand-winding to capture the entirety of both sides. Tape one, while fussy in its own ways, played through relatively well given its age, the condition of its original shell and pad still viable. With great relief, I informed GaryB that the transfer was successful.

But there was still plenty to do. We have taken the rare step of noting this recording as “restored.” This is due to the work undertaken to repair several dozen short audio dropouts (likely due to movement of the tape deck during the show) inherent in the master. Using the latest iZotope RX software, we were able to fix the dropouts in a manner that should be relatively transparent to many listeners in most instances and substantially lessens the auditory defect. The manner of recording also required re-sequencing of parts and multiple pitch adjustments have been made to fix speed issues throughout, though most pronounced in the show’s final 30 minutes (“Achilles” to the end) when batteries were beginning to fail, slowing the recording, which then sounds sped up on normal playback. The fixes aren’t perfect by any means, as the speed change grows highly variable, but they are a marked improvement to the original.

We are presenting the final product in two forms. For the 16/44.1 edition, we have mastered GaryB’s restored recording to offer what in our opinion is a high-quality listening experience. For the purists out there (and surely to the delight of many Japanese bootleg labels: Maido arigatou gozaimasu!), we present a high-resolution, 24/96 restored but unmastered edition.

Speaking of Japanese bootlegs, there is a title which patches the missing portion of “Ten Years Gone” on Millard’s recording with a second source, but no other audio of the second source was released. We don’t believe GaryB’s tape was the mystery source, but we hope a knowledgeable collector will let everyone know.

This project was a labor of love for me and everyone involved. First and foremost, GaryB has been an absolute pleasure to work with and get to know. It is through his generosity that we get to hear a different version of one of our favorite Zeppelin shows of all time. Thanks for trusting JEMS, Gary. We hope you like the result. Thanks as well to BW, who made the introduction to GaryB and whom I love dearly. The stalwart mjk5110 stepped up as he always does, this time contributing critical feedback and countless hours to fix the pitch and speed issues in addition to his vital, on-going, post-production support. I would also like to recognize the work of the late Mike Millard, whose recording of this show and so many others have been critical listening to Zeppelin fans since the ‘70s. Over the years, we have met folks who knew Mike personally (including our own Stan, the S in JEMS), and they tell us that the Mike Millard described on the internet is not man they knew. He had many good friends and wasn’t at all the dour loner those descriptions would have us believe.

Here’s to another amazing example of finding “lost tapes.” Let’s hope there are still many more to come.

BK for JEMS

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1977-06-21+22+23+25+26+27 For Badge Holders Only (EVSD Boxset – Audio)

June 21, 1977
The Forum
Inglewood
California

Listen To This, Eddie!!!
3cd (EVSD 465/466/467)

101.The Song Remains The Same
102.The Rover – Sick Again
103.Nobody’s Fault But Mine
104.Over The Hills And Far Away
105.Since I’ve Been Loving You
106.No Quarter

201.Ten Years Gone
202.The Battle Of Evermore
203.Going To California
204.Black Country Woman
205.Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
206.White Summer
207.Black Mountain Side
208.Kashmir

301.Out On The Tiles – Moby Dick
302.Heartbreaker
303.Guitar Solo
304.Achilles Last Stand
305.Stairway To Heaven
306.Whole Lotta Love
307.Rock And Roll

June 22, 1977
The Forum
Inglewood
California

Thirty Years Gone,
3cd (EVSD 468/469/470B*)

*EVSD 470B: replacement disc.
The first press (EVSD 470) has digital errors. A new corrected disc was consequently released.

101.The Song Remains The Same
102.The Rover / Sick Again
103.Nobody’s Fault But Mine
104.In My Time Of Dying
105.Since I’ve Been Loving You
106.No Quarter

201.Ten Years Gone
202.The Battle Of Evermore
203.Going To California
204.Black Country Woman
205.Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
206.White Summer
207.Black Mountain Side
208.Kashmir

301.Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
302.Over The Hills And Far Away
303.Guitar Solo
304.Achilles Last Stand
305.Stairway To Heaven
306.Whole Lotta Love
307.Rock And Roll

June 23, 1977
The Forum
Inglewood
California

For Badge Holders Only
3cd (EVSD 471/472/473)

101.The Song Remains The Same
102.The Rover / Sick Again
103.Nobody’s Fault But Mine
104.Over The Hills And Far Away
105.Since I’ve Been Loving You
106.No Quarter

201.Ten Years Gone
202.The Battle Of Evermore
203.Going To California
204.Black Country Woman
205.Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
206.White Summer
207.Black Mountain Side
208.Kashmir
209.Trampled Underfoot

301.Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
302.Guitar Solo
303.Achilles Last Stand
304.Stairway To Heaven
305.Whole Lotta Love
306.Rock And Roll

June 25, 1977
The Forum
Inglewood
California

Badge Holders Annual Meeting!
3cd (EVSD 474/475/476)

101.The Song Remains The Same
102.The Rover / Sick Again
103.Nobody’s Fault But Mine
104.In My Time Of Dying
105.Since I’ve Been Loving You
106.No Quarter

201.Ten Years Gone
202.The Battle Of Evermore
203.Going To California
204.Black Country Woman
205.Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
206.White Summer
207.Black Mountain Side
208.Kashmir
209.Trampled Underfoot

301.Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
302.Guitar Solo
303.Achilles Last Stand
304.Stairway To Heaven
305.Whole Lotta Love
306.Communication Breakdown

June 26, 1977
The Forum
Inglewood
California

That’s All Right Mama
3cd (EVSD 477/478/479)

101.The Song Remains The Same
102.The Rover – Sick Again
103.Nobody’s Fault But Mine
104.Over The Hills And Far Away
105.Since I’ve Been Loving You
106.No Quarter

201.Ten Years Gone
202.The Battle Of Evermore
203.Going To California
204.That’s All Right Mama
205.Black Country Woman
206.Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
207.White Summer
208.Black Mountain Side
209.Kashmir

301.Out On The Tiles – Moby Dick
302.Guitar Solo
303.Achilles Last Stand
304.Stairway To Heaven
305.It’ll be Me

June 27, 1977
The Forum
Inglewood
California

Just Can’t Be Satisfied
3cd (EVSD 480/481/482)

101.The Song Remains The Same
102.The Rover / Sick Again
103.Nobody’s Fault But Mine
104.Over The Hills And Far Away
105.Since I’ve Been Loving You
106.No Quarter

201.Ten Years Gone
202.The Battle Of Evermore
203.Going To California
204.Just Can’t Be Satisfied
205.Black Country Woman
206.Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
207.Dancing Days
208.White Summer
209.Black Mountain Side
210.Kashmir
211.Trampled Underfoot

301.Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
302.Guitar Solo
303.Achilles Last Stand
304.Stairway To Heaven
305.Whole Lotta Love
306.Rock And Roll

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1977-06-21+22+23+25+26+27 A Week For Badge Holders (Tarantura)

Led Zeppelin
1977-06-21+22+23+25+26+27
A Week For Badge Holders”
Tarantura
Audience Recording

Artwork Included
SILVER>EAC>FLAC

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The Forum – Inglewood, CA – June 21st – Out On The Tiles
Disc 1
01. The Song remains The Same
02. The Rover Intro / Sick Again
03. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
04. Over The Hills And Far Away
05. Since I’ve Been Loving You
06. NO Quarter
Disc 2
01. Ten Years Gone
02. The Battle Of Evermore
03. Going To California
04. Black Country Woman
05. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
06. White Summer
07. Black Mountain Side
08. Kashmir
Disc 3
01. Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
02. Heartbreaker
03. Guitar Solo
04. Achilles Last Stand
05. Stairway To Heaven
06. Whole Lotta Love
07. Rock And Roll

Madison Square Garden – New York City, NY – June 14th – Over The Hills And Far Away
Disc 4
01. The Song remains The Same
02. The Rover Intro / Sick Again
03. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
04. Over The Hills And Far Away
05. Since I’ve Been Loving You
06. No Quarter
07. Ten Years Gone

The Forum – Inglewood, CA – June 22nd – Over The Hills And Far Away
Disc 5
01. The Battle Of Evermore
02. Going To California
03. Black Country Woman
04. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
05. White Summer
06. Black Mountain Side
07. Kashmir
Disc 6
01. Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
02. Over The Hills And Far Away
03. Guitar Solo
04. Achilles Last Stand
05. Stairway To Heaven
06. Whole Lotta Love
07. Rock And Roll

The Forum – Inglewood, CA – June 23rd – Good Night, Moon Light
Disc 7
01. The Song Remains The Same
02. The Rover Intro / Sick Again
03. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
04. Over The Hills And Far Away
05. Since I’ve Been Loving You
06. No Quarter
Disc 8
01. Ten Years Gone
02. The Battle Of Evermore
03. Going To California
04. Black Country Woman
05. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
06. White Summer
07. Black Mountain Side08. Kashmir
Disc 9
01. Trampled Underfoot
02. Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
03. Guitar Solo
04. Achilles Last Stand
05. Stairway To Heaven
06. Whole Lotta Love
07. Rock And Roll

The Forum – Inglewood, CA – June 25th – Badge Holders Annual Meeting
Disc 10
01. The Song Remains The Same
02. The Rover Intro / Sick Again
03. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
04. In My Time Of Dying
05. Since I’ve Been Loving You
06. No Quarter
Disc 11
01. Ten Years Gone
02. The Battle Of Evermore
03. Going To California
04. Black Country Woman
05. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
06. White Summer
07. Black Mountain Side
08. Kashmir
09. Trampled Underfoot
Disc 12
01. Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
02. Guitar Solo
03. Achilles Last Stand
04. Stairway To Heaven
05. Whole Lotta Love
06. Communication Breakdown

The Forum – Inglewood, CA – June 26th – That’s Alright
Disc 13
01. The Song Remains The Same
02. The Rover Intro / Sick Again
03. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
04. Over The Hills And Far Away
05. Since I’ve Been Loving You
06. No Quarter
Disc 14
01. Ten Years Gone
02. The Battle Of Evermore
03. Going To California
04. That’s Alright
05. Black Country Woman
06. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
07. White Summer
08. Black Mountain Side
09. Kashmir
Disc 15
01. Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
02. Guitar Solo
03. Achilles Last Stand
04. Stairway To Heaven
05. It’ ll Be Me

The Forum – Inglewood, CA – June 27th – The Legend Of The End
Disc 16
01. The Song remains The Same
02. The Rover Intro / Sick Again
03. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
04. Over The Hills And Far Away
05. Since I’ve Been Loving You
Disc 17
01. No Quarter
02. Ten Years Gone
Disc 18
01. The Battle Of Evermore
02. Going To California
03. Going Down South
04. Black Country Woman
05. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
06. Dancing Days
07. White Summer
08. Black Mountain Side
09. Kashmir
10. Trampled Underfoot
Disc 19
01. Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
02. Guitar Solo
03. Achilles Last Stand
04. Stairway To Heaven
05. Whole Lotta Love
06. Rock And Roll

Enjoy!

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1977-06-25 Mike The Mike (Winston Remasters)

Led Zeppelin
The Forum, Inglewood, California
June 25th, 1977
Audience
Taper Mike Millard
Lineage: Master>HiFi VHS>Remaster

Title: Mike the Mike

Winstons Disclaimer: Remastering is just a Hobby.. take it and enjoy or just pass on it. The choice is yours. This version is never meant to be definitive.

Sources Digitally Enhanced with Samplitude.

Please Note: Millard Marking after Tape flip Between Kashmir – Trampled Underfoot (Left it alone)

CD 1
01. The Song Remains the Same
02. Sick Again
03. Nobodys Fault But Mine
04. In My Time of Dying
05. Since Ive Been Loving You
06. No Quarter

CD 2
01. Ten Years Gone
02. Battle of Evermore
03. Going to California
04. Black Country Woman
05. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
06. White Summer
07. Black Mountainside
08. Kashmir
09. Trampled Underfoot

CD 3
01. OVer the Top
02. Guitar Solo
03. Achilles Last Stand
04. Stairway to Heaven
05. Whole Lotta Love
06. Communication Breakdown

Please Bootleggers DO NOT SELL IN ANY FORMAT – Keep it Free 🙂
Please DO NOT TISDU
Please DO NOT mp3
Please DO ENJOY!!

*Artwork is Included

Winston Remasters

Download from FileFactory:
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5xutgjyaiyx/LZ%201977-06-25%20Winston%20Remaster.rar

Enjoy!

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