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Led Zeppelin 08/07/71
Casino Royale, Montreux, Switzerland
Set I
Immigrant Song
Heartbreaker
Since I've Been Loving You
Black Dog
Dazed And Confused
Stairway To Heaven
Going To California
That's The Way
Celebration Day
What Is And What Should Never Be
Whole Lotta Love
-Medley Includes Ramble On
Weekend
Set II
 
Set III
 
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Collectors With This Show
User (active/rating) Media / # Show Sound Details DB Source User Source
gwendibbley (5/0) / 0 View  
David Bennett (5/5) cd / 2 A A View  
Larry (5/4.3) / 0 View  
John (5/5) CDR/FLAC / 2 View  
Notes: "The Robert Plant Experience" Private Tape This is higher quality and more complete than "Peter's PA". This is the best quality, most complete version of this show available to date. Audience Recording Master > DAT2 > CDR > CEP(EAC-WAV) > FLAC8
George Rue (5/5) CD / 2 A- View   unknown source (100:30 min)
Notes: I personally fixed this for myself. Roberts vocals were just too loud in the mix. I went in on a scope and painstakingly selected areas and lowered and balanced all of Roberts vocal bursts. Brought them down 2 decibels. Just smoothed it out. It just makes it easier on the ears.
Jack Warner (5/5) FLAC / 1 View   MAC>CD
Roy Martin\'s Music Collection (5/5) FLAC / 0 View   The Robert Plant Experience (AE003)
Notes: Master > DAT2 > CDR > CEP(EAC-WAV) > FLAC8
Roy Martin\'s Music Collection (5/5) FLAC / 0 View   Led Zeppelin A Montreux: Bon Public (G066)
Notes: A TimD Series production; Lineage: Master > DAT (Transferrer) > DAT (Collector) > CD-R (Supplier) > CD-R (TimD) > PC via EAC (TimD's PC) > Adobe Audition 3 > WAV > FLAC(8) via EAC.
Roy Martin\'s Music Collection (5/5) FLAC / 0 View   William Tell Edition source (AA014)
Notes: AGFA Fe Master cassette > Nakamichi 682 ZX Cassette Tape deck (normal eq/no noise reduction) > Sony CDR-W66 Standalone CD Burner w/ "super bitmapping on" > CDR. CDR > Plexwriter Premium II CD-Transport > iMac 3.06 GHz Intel Core Duo with iTunes 9.2.1 into WAW > DVDR. DVDR > WAV > TLH > FLAC > DIME
Roy Martin\'s Music Collection (5/5) FLAC / 0 View   Going To Montreux (AA029)
Notes: Info file says, "Gardner Remaster." LINEAGE : AUD Master > DAT(2) > CDR > FLAC > WAV > Remaster > CDR > FLAC
Roy Martin\'s Music Collection (5/5) FLAC / 0 View   Multicam Projects Remaster 2013 (jj022)
Notes: Info file says, "Remastered using as source the master audio originally shared here by Jameskg (the Eddie Edwards production)"
John Champion (5/5) 660 MB / 2 View   AUD "Led Zeppelin A Montreux: Bon Public"
sean hite (5/0) / 0 View  
Notes: Audience Recording Master > CDR3 There are 4 CDs here. One set of restored tracks, and one set of the raw source. I believe this to have been recorded mostly from outside the venue. Quote from Peter Grant: "I remember when we did Montreux. It was so packed. I had the idea of feeding the sound outside onto the lawns where loads of fans who couldn't get in had congregated. Claude Knobs loved that." Peter's PA allowed us to hear this show, even if the taper couldn't get inside. There are a few places you can hear the sound get MUCH better as a door opens and closes. It seems to me the taper was standing outside a door, in front of one of Peter Grant's PA speakers. He moved quite a bit, so the sound quality varies. When the keyboard (melotron?) was on, there was a terrible hum produced - so bad that Stairway has a warble from all the harmonics bleedover. I've tried to restore this audio as best I can in the places it has loads of hum / warble / pops / start-stops, and massive volume swings, etc. This source was given to me by a person that wishes the world to be able to hear this show for free. Thanks to him. His condition was that I try to fix all the little issues. I like to hear people restore bad tape, but I also like to hear the lowgen raw sources, too, so I've included BOTH - hence the 4CDs. The highlights of this show: - Robert Plant. Planty is ON for this show. It's a shame the recording isn't better... he was really belting it out - hitting notes he soon would never hit again. - The plantation about "Making a bootleg record tonight..." and how those people can keep from calling themselves capitalists. Classic. - The immigrant song solo. Listen at 2:30 & 3:00 or so to the restored track. That little decending wail Page does is not something I've heard before from him. Very cool. There are more. There's a rumour theat EVSD will release this in the near future. I hope they found a better source, but I'm not sure this source can get much better. Maybe theirs will be from inside the venue. This is a 3rd Gen CDR source. Master tape to CDR, to CDR, to CDR - probably using one of those consumer CDR recorders, I'd bet. So, it would be possible to do a bit better by eliminating some of the CDR transfers. Time will tell. Fantastic Artwork by Small Fish Generous photos of actual date from DADGAD Torrented at R-O 2005.09.05 by jameskg
sean hite (5/0) / 0 View  
Notes: "The Robert Plant Experience" Private Tape Audience Recording Master > DAT2 > CDR > CEP(EAC-WAV) > FLAC8 01. Introduction 02. Immigrant Song 03. Heartbreaker 04. Since I've Been Loving You 05. Black Dog 06. Dazed and Confused 07. Stairway to Heaven 08. Going to California 09. That's The Way 10. Celebration Day 11. What Is and What Should Never Be 12. Whole Lotta Love - medley includes Ramble On 13. Weekend An Eddie Edwards production. From Eddie: "The work I did on the recording was to balance the channels, speed-correct the portion from GTC to WLL and remove any obvious unwanted clicks, pops and other noises. I did not apply any EQ, noise reduction or anything like that." Immigrant Song drop-out patched by jameskg. This is higher quality and more complete than "Peter's PA". This is the best quality, most complete version of this show available to date. This is one of Robert Plant's best performances. TMP notes that this may be the first recording of Celebration Day played live, maybe even the first time played live. Black Dog is exceptionally good on this night (both Jimmy & Robert are on fire) Robert doesn't quite yet know the order of the verses in Stairway. Points of this release that are of note: 1) Much less hiss. Better transfer. 2) SIBLY is complete, for the first time. 3) Speed corrected & balanced out by Eddie Edwards *** note that after "Weekend", there is supposedly more tape to be had on yet another, different transfer. No additional music, just the band leaving the stage and crowd banter.
sean hite (5/0) / 0 View  
Notes: Led Zeppelin - "William Tell's Overture" August, 7th, 1971, Montreux, Switzerland, Montreux Casino Remastered Audience Recording (A Group/Personal Project) Lineage: AGFA Fe Master cassettes > Phillips Deck (Mono) > second generation EL3302 > Nakamichi 682 ZX Cassette Tape deck(normal eq/no noise reduction) > Sony CDR-W66 Standalone CD Burner w/"super bitmapping on" > CD-R (2) > Plexwriter Premium II CD-Transport > iMac 3.06 GHz Intel Core Duo with iTunes 9.2.1 into WAW > DVD-R > DVD-R > WAV > TLH > FLAC > DIME > Torrent > HD > TLH, Decode > WAV > Remaster > Flac (Level.8, Align On SBE'S, All Tracks Tested With TLH, No Errors Occured). Label: N/A Original Taper: Judge Free This is a Group/Personal project by "That Den Of Snakes" Judge Free, William Tell, Luciferburns, Porgie, The 7th Son, Joel, Mike, Grendel, and Acapulco Gold.
sean hite (5/0) / 0 View  
Notes: Source: Vg Audience Recording Lineage: Empress Valley Supreme Disc (EVSD378/379) 2CD > EAC > FLAC
Rick Martin (5/5) Flac / 1 B View   Peter's PA" Audience Recording Master - Raw & Enhanced versions
Notes: Peter's PA" Audience Recording Master - Raw & Enhanced versions
afterdinnermint (5/5) CDR / 2 B- View  
Notes: This was sent to me as a "remastered" version, but it still isn't the crispest audience recording you'll come across. As a whole the sound is a bit distant (Robert's between-song banter is so quiet you can't hear most of what he's saying) but still very listenable. The performance itself is fantastic, as you'd probably suspect. There is a bit of muffling during Stairway that seems to be from the source recording and some crackling on Whole Lotta love, but no other problems here.
Slick2007 (5/5) FLAC / 2 B+ View   Empress Valley Supreme Disc (EVSD378/379) 2CD > EAC > FLAC
shadow121603 (5/0) Flac / 2 View   AGFA Fe Master Cassettes
Notes: AGFA Fe Master Cassettes
shadow121603 (5/0) Flac / 2 View   Master > DAT2 > CDR > CEP(EAC-WAV) > FLAC8
Notes: Master > DAT2 > CDR > CEP(EAC-WAV) > FLAC8
shadow121603 (5/0) Flac / 2 View   Empress Valley Supreme Disc (EVSD378/379) 2CD > EAC > FLAC
Notes: Empress Valley Supreme Disc (EVSD378/379) 2CD > EAC > FLAC
Jon Pavuk (5/4.3) FLAC / 1 A+ B+ View   Audience Recording>Master > DAT2 > CDR > CEP(EAC-WAV) > FLAC8>
Notes: DVD w/ LZ, 8/7/71, 8/21/71, 10/2/72, Yes 6/23/75, The Duo 7/31/05, Sublime 10/21/95
taraimo (5/5) CDR / 1 B+ View   AUD
Jason (5/4.8) CDR / 2 A C- View   AUD > ? > CDR
Slammer (5/5) FLAC / 1 A View  
surfer1478 (5/5) / 0 View  
Notes: BU Disc 334
BH (5/5) flac / 2 View  
barry bryson 2 (5/0) cd / 2 View  
Jeff (5/5) CDR / 4 View   Master>CDR(3)>FLAC
Notes: "Peter's PA" RAW Source & Remastered