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Led Zeppelin 05/24/75
Earl's Court, London, England
Set I
Rock And Roll > Sick Again, Over The Hills And Far Away, In My Time Of Dying, The Song Remains The Same, The Rain Song, Kashmir, No Quarter, Tangerine, Going To California, That's The Way, Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp, Trampled Underfoot, Moby Dick, Dazed And Confused > Woodstock, Stairway To Heaven, Whole Lotta Love > The Crunge > Black Dog
Set II



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Collectors With This Show
User (active/rating) Media / # Show Sound Details DB Source User Source
Beth (1/5) DVD / 2 View  
Scott B (1/5) CDR / 1 A View  
Notes: Silver (Great Dane) The famous "Earl's Court" boot
James Easter (1/0) shn / 3 View  
Justin (1/0) / 0 View  
drew (1/4.9) shn / 3 A View  
j williams (1/5) SHN / 2 View   Multiple unknown sources
Notes: Epic show. Complete, I think.
j williams (1/5) VCD / 3 View   From 1st Gen (?) VHS
Scott Rosen (1/5) vcd / 3 View  
austrader (1/2) DVD / 1 View  
Colin Miller (1/0) / 0 A+ View   Original silvers > EAC > WAV > FLAC
zelda & chico (1/0) CDR / 4 View  
Joe Zielinski (1/5) CD / 4 View   Arabeque and Baroque, 4th Night
Notes: Arabeque and Baroque, 4th Night, Antarabata label
Joe Zielinski (1/5) CD / 3 Ex Ex View   Graff-Zeppelin-Marsch
Notes: Graff-Zeppelin-Marsch, Tarantura label
Joe Zielinski (1/5) CD / 4 Ex Ex View   Odysseus
Notes: Odysseus, Celebration label, 2nd pressing complete version
Joe Zielinski (1/5) CD / 3 Vg+ View   Your Mother Wouldn't Like It
Notes: Your Mother Wouldn't Like It, TDOLZ label
Joe Zielinski (1/5) CD / 4 View   The Complete Earl's Court Arena Tapes-Demand Unprecedented
Notes: The Complete Earl's Court Arena Tapes-Demand Unprecedented Empress Valley Vol 4
Joe Zielinski (1/5) DVD / 2 View   Earl's Court 75
Notes: Earl's Court 75 Cashmere release
eviljerry (1/0) / 4 View  
Russell Castley (1/5) CDR / 4 A+ View   Soundboard / Audience
Notes: Taken from the title "To Be A Rock And Not To Roll"
Bob (1/0) CDr / 4 A A+ View   Soundboard
Michael (1/0) DVD-R / 2 View  
Notes: NTSC, 2 DVD, pro-shot, VHS source
Oreo137 (1/0) CDR / 4 A A View   SBD
Notes: 4 Hour Show, SBD
Oreo137 (1/0) MPEG / 3 A A View  
chadling (1/5) SHN / 3 View   Unknown
Joe C (1/5) DVD / 2 A A- View   proshot
Notes: "Earls Court" Celebration Label
Jonathan Creighton (1/0) / 0 View  
Paul McFadyen (1/5) SHN / 2 B+ View   SBD: MR > ?? > Bootleg CD > CDR
Notes: Liberated" from the "He Must Be Dazed & Confused" bootleg release on the Empress Valley label. Mostly SBD, with a few AUD patches - SBD source sounds like it is mono videotape source, rather than a true stereo mixing desk tape; the mix moves around quite a bit throughout(with bass & drums always relegated to the back), but it is a clean, relatively hiss-free recording & one of the better LZ "SBD's" I've heard. Performance is excellent!
Cyndi (1/5) shn->cd-r / 4 A+ A+ View  
Notes: Earl's CourtWell, here it is folks...the BIG one! Make room on your hard drive! This is the soundboard recording of the 05/24/75 show from Led Zeppelin's legendary series of concerts at Earl's Court. This is an absolutely mammoth show! It's one of the longest shows Led Zeppelin ever performed, running close to four hours! It spans four CDs, and contains just about every Zeppelin tune you ever wanted to hear in concert. The track list reads like a greatest hits album! From a review of the show: There?s no need to comment on the band?s performance during this show, as most are already familiar with it and many consider this show to be one of the best (if not THE best) of 1975. Still, after all this time, many tracks still send shivers through my spine, including Tangerine, Trampled Underfoot, the Woodstock portion of Dazed and what has to be one of the best-ever versions of Stairway. Sound is phenomenal, throughout. There are a couple of slight shifts in the first track or two, while the mixing board crew adjusts the band's sound to the venue. These are very minor, and afterwards the sound is near perfect. Only "Going to California" and the first thirty seconds or so of "That's the Way" are missing from the soundboard. These have been filled in with an excellent audience source. EVERYBODY who likes the mighty Zeppelin, even just a ~little~, should have this show. Jump on, and let's see what this thing we call BitTorrent can really do!
Logan (1/0) CDR / 1 A B- View   Soundboard
Jason Kobylanski (1/0) CD-R / 4 View