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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
Chris Cantergiani (1/4.8) CD / 4 View  
Justin Barrett (1/0) SHN / 3 A A View  
Notes: 4 discs in audio.
Greg Miller (1/5) SHN / 2 View   SBD
Notes: 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.
big fish (1/5) shn / 2 View  
Page (1/5) CDR / 4 B- View   (SBD + AUD to fill gaps) > Arabesque & Baroque - The Fourth Night (Antrabata) boot > shn
Notes: The sound goes from kinda muddy to pristine, to audience and back again. Even with all of the problems, the show is still a good sounding show, and is VERY enjoyable. Probably my best 75 show hands down. There are some cuts on my audio copy, which arent on the original discs, so I'm hunting for an upgrade.
Joe (1/0) VCD / 3 A View  
Emily (1/0) CDR / 4 A+ A View  
Notes: SBD
Andrew Oren (1/5) CDR / 3 A+ A View  
Eddieb (1/5) shn / 3 View   sbd
Matthew Hilty (1/5) / 0 View  
indybrett (1/0) CDR / 3 A- View  
Notes: Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
Lee (1/0) / 4 A C View   mix (poor)
Notes: SBD portions worse than AUD
Ken 62 (1/0) shn / 3 View  
Joseph Dubin (1/0) CDR / 4 View  
Rob Coventry (1/0) / 1 View  
Chunky Brewster (1/0) cdr / 4 A View  
Notes: 1975, May 24 - Earl's Court Arena, London, England 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, Disc 2: No Quarter, Tangerine, Going To California, That's The Way, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, Disc 3: Trampled Underfoot, Moby Dick, Misty Mountain Hop Disc 4: Dazed and Confused, Stairway To Heaven, and Whole Lotta Love / The Crunge / Black Dog.
Dani Sdao (1/0) CD-R / 4 View  
greg davis (1/0) SHN / 3 View  
Notes: Seeded to sharingthegroove by AlmightyZeppelin [email protected]
Mike (1/5) DVD / 2 A View   Pro Shot w/Menu
Notes: Menu with Chapters ---------------------- Led Zeppelin 5/24/75 Earl's Court London, England Cosmic Energy Pro Shot LED ZEPPELIN EARLS COURT 5/24/75 Ultimate Edition Finally, a version that lives up to the Cosmic Energy reputation. This video is absolutely incredible and is by far the best unofficial version ever! Rock & Roll Sick Again Over The Hills & Far Away In My Time of Dying The Song Remains The Same The Rain Song, Kashmir Kashmir No Quarter Tangerine Going to California (clip) That's The Way Bron-Y-Aur Stomp Trampled Underfoot Moby Dick (clip) Dazed & Confused Stairway to Heaven Whole Lotta Love Black Dog Approx. Running Time: 180 minutes
funkDebo (1/0) DVD / 2 pro View   pro-shot (Cosmic Energy)
Notes: Earls Court May 24, 1975 (Cosmic Energy, 2 DVDR) Cosmic Energy's recent release of the fourth night at Earls Court is called the ultimate edition, and it is really something to see. This is a ultimate dose of Led Zeppelin's 1975 effort. The picture is absolutely perfect, you really can't call this a bootleg. I love it! I have owned the Holy Eye version on tape, the Kanji Dragon on DVD and I'm telling you I don't think I'll need to get another. I'm not going to speculate what generation it comes from all I'm saying is Crystal Clear-no color bleed-no picture flutter-Crystal Clear!. I stared at the screen dumbfounded. Did someone get a working copy from the recent official release? Once it's on digital disc, aren't they all masters? I don't know and I don't care-it's here and I'm loving it. Two clips-one in Going California and one in Moby Dick is the only distracter here. The audio is pretty consistent (I'm not familiar with the boots from this show to give a comparison source identification) they claim High quality audio in fabulous Dolby Digital (I'm happy). The performance is well known. The set list is as well, soon the visual will be. Get this version-highly recommended (meimnoone 2003) Earls Court May 24, 1975 (Cosmic Energy CE-013) 2 DVDR Earls Court Arena, London, 24 May 1975 DVDR 1: 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 DVDR 2: Going To California (fragment)/That's The Way/Bron-yr-Aur-Stomp/Trampled Underfoot/Moby Dick (fragment)/Dazed And Confused/Stairway To Heaven/Whole Lotta Love/Black Dog The Cosmic Energy label is rapidly becoming THE label to collect for DVD releases. With this release they have done another excellent job. There is a very slick opening menu for both discs and all the songs are indexed and easily accessible. The DVD case artwork is also particularly nice and well done. Having said that, the picture quality is the same as the 2 DVDR release Earls Court 24th May 1975, and the sound quality varies throughout the concert, ranging from excellent to only very good. It is a great pity that they did not use the Watch Tower 4 CD release and remaster this in Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound. This would have made a real difference to the release and considerably improved it. However it does have an advantage over all the previous DVD releases, as this new version has fragments of Going To California and the start of Moby Dick. As a bonus on disc 2 there are complete versions of both these songs, using a blend of the available soundboard recording and the audience recording. However it is probably unlikely that many people will bother to listen to them staring at their TV screen. If you have the no label Earls Court 24th May 1975 (with the Albert Hall footage bonus), there is probably no need to get this. However for those people who do not have the complete Earls Court footage, this release is well worth seeking out. (the Earl of Court Dec 03) With this release Cosmic Energy have at long last done the video from this historic concert proud. They have taken a great deal of trouble in ensuring that this is the most complete version extant. They have used all possible sources of video footage to assemble the longest ever version of this wonderful concert. Of tremendous importance are the additions of fragments of Going To California and Moby Dick. Also Stairway To Heaven is the most complete version extant. The soundtrack quality is overall extremely good, although there are occasional fluctuations. The picture quality is consistently very good indeed, and often near perfect. As those perfect shots are usually close ups of Jimmy Page's guitar we are treated to wonderful detail of the master guitarist at his best. As a comparison to the previous best version of this concert Earls Court 24th May 1975 (no label release with Albert Hall video at the end of the second DVDR), the picture quality and sound a similar, but the Cosmic Energy version is a bit more complete. There is an excellent menu for each DVDR, and the case artwork and disc artwork are superb quality, easily the best of any other release of this concert. As a bonus there are the audience recordings for Going to California and Moby Dick, incomplete on the soundboard and video recordings. Overall this is an excellent production and should be regarded as the definitive version of this legendary concert, so close and dear to all Led Zeppelin fans, but especially to British fans. For those fans who must have the complete concert, as opposed to the superb selection on the official Led Zeppelin DVD, this release from Cosmic Energy is a MUST HAVE. (Jules McTrainspotter Jan 04)
Space Coast (0/5) cd-r / 4 A- View  
Notes: SBD
Niall (0/0) DVD / 2 View  
hippie9101969 (0/0) FLAC / 1 A A View   SBD
Notes: Label: Celebration Source: SBD>Silvers>EAC>WAV> FLAC
Shawn Wiley (0/0) SHN / 2 View   unknown aud
Notes: 4 discs audio (!)
Frank (0/5) DVD / 2 A View  
Bernabé Cantero Lleixà(2) (0/5) DVD / 2 View  
Notes: PRO
josh Genin (0/0) dvd / 2 A A View  
adam Carter (0/0) flac / 4 B+ View  
Notes: SBD>Silvers>EAC>WAV> FLAC
Ryan Beach (0/5) CD-R / 4 B+ View  
Notes: SHN available
fz3s (0/5) CD / 4 View