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    Who said disco is dead
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    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    IMO, it's one step above terrible.
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    Led Zeppelin- Live in Central Park 7-21-69 bootleg



    The band played many of the festivals in the USA that took place in 1969 (with the notable exception of a small gathering in Upstate New York in August 1969). The concert in New York's Central Park was a classic, with incredible paying by the band. However Robert Plant excelled himself with reaching some incredibly high notes at the end of You Shook Me, with Jimmy Page's guitar. The How Many More Times Medley was superb, with The Woody Woodpecker Song thrown in for good measure, and a rather sexually explicit Lemon Song.

    Zeppelin played two shows that day for the Schaefer Music Festival and this tape documents the early show at 7pm. No tape has ever surfaced nor even hinted for the late show so this is all that exists from that day. The show opens with the double attack of "Train Kept A-Rollin'" followed immediately by "I Can't Quit You Babe" before a very nervous sounding Plant says, "we'd like to..it's getting a bit dark innit?"

    What follows is a fourteen-minute version of "Dazed And Confused" sounding very similar to the June BBC recording. Plant adds his orgasmic moans before his non-sequiter interjections during ("I want you to talk to me") and after ("bamma lamma ding dong"). Afterwards Plant becomes apologetic by saying, "Let me tell you, we're really pleased we weren't playing here last week despite the fact that we wanted to play because it was so hot. So it seems we read the cards right because it said it's gonna be cool. It's cool. It's COOL. We got a new album coming about the second week in August but at the moment there's been a bit of a delay on it. And there's been a bit of a delay on us getting the numbers ready for stage because we're still doing the old ones. We'd like to do something that was..." A heckler interrupts Plant with "White Summer!" "In a bit. It was written by Willie Dixon. It's a thing we in England heard on and EP called Muddy Waters Twist. I don't know what that means really but this is called 'You Shook Me'". What follows is a slow, heavy version of the blues piece with Plant struggling to reach the high notes by the end. There is another heckler at the end to which the audience laughs, but what he says is inaudible. There is some audience commotion at the end of the piece and Plant chides the audience to be quiet. "White Summer", which was requested by the audience, sounds fantastic in this show with Page pushing the boundaries of the eastern scales. "How Many More Times" contains the earliest reference to "For What It's Worth" and the only one for the Woody Woodpecker theme, imitating Page's staccato riffs.

    A short, compact version of "Communication Breakdown" is the only encore before the band leave the stage for the second performance of the evening. The New York tape is one of the best from Zeppelin's first year and is an essential show to own. (Gerard Sparaco May 07)


    This is the greatest eff'ing band ever :D

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    Led Zeppelin - Intimidator - March 7, 1970 Le Grand Casino De Montreux - Montreux, Switzerland (Empress Valley)


    The first two discs of this three CD set contains the complete show taken from an excellent audience source. The last disc contains fragments from the soundboard. Disc one starts out at the end of the band introductions. A quick sound check follows and the boys plow right into We're Gonna Groove. The audience tape perfectly captures the atmosphere of the event and displays a stunning feeling of depth.

    The instruments and vocals are very well balanced with Bonzo perhaps a teenie bit low in the overall. There's a 4 second gap in the tape during We're Gonna Groove that Empress Valley plugged in with an inferior quality tape. The next tape swap is during the final minutes of White Summer. About 80 seconds of the alternate tape is used to plug the hole. When the tape swaps to the alternate source, the depth and atmosphere of the main source becomes painfully obvious. The twenty five minute version of How Many More Times is fabulous. At around the 9 minute mark as see the first appearance of the soundboard tape. It's damn near seamlessly spliced into the audience tape.

    The board tape is excellent quality, but pales in comparison to the audience tape as it lacks the atmosphere and feeling of depth that the audience tape has. I'm not complaining though as it fills in the remainder of the otherwise incomplete How Many More Times. This is crucial as the medley section of HMMT is fantastic! Whole Lotta Love is just a three minute fragment from the soundboard.

    The last disc is from the soundboard and, as previously noted, pales in comparison to the stunning audience tape. It is overpowered at times, has dropouts, muddied audio and so on. A rather pitiful soundboard tape. Either Empress Valley wanted to milk every last dime out of their customers or they simply wanted to present all available material in one package. It's not my call. This is an essential addition to any collection and I can't recommend it enough! (Steve Prendergast February 03)


    Fantastic set, and it is wonderful to finally have a 'close to' complete boot of this amazing show. Reinforces the fact that this audience tape is one of the best I have heard, literally makes you feel you are in the tiny arena, as has been noted several times before the atmosphere is fantastic.

    It seems the theramin goes kaput on Whole Lotta Love, and Jonsey hops on the Hammond organ for some pretty psychedelic effects. Worth getting almost for that fact alone. (Tim Behrens July 03)


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    San Franscisco sound,,,half speed master
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    Pat Metheny - American garage
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    ;)Wavorly - Summer Song;)
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    Rascal Flatts

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    1. Rocked out to Heart - Essential heart disk 1
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    Johnny Paycheck Colorado coolaid :)
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    Mom's favorite album. Actually, this LP belongs to her. Thx, mom.

    Image is not mom's actual LP but my scanner isn't big enough and I'm too lazy to whip out the camera.
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    1. make love in the club - usher
    2. apologize - one republic
    3. i want you exclusive - make the band 4
    4. up jumps da boogie - magoo, timbaland
    5. crying out for me - mario
    6. who the eff is that - dolla
    7. talkin' out da side of ya neck - dem franchize boyz
    8. come cum = dem franchize boyz
    9. she will be loved - maroon 5
    10. to be with you again - keshia cole
    11. with you - chris brown
    12. no air - jordin sparks
    13. kiss kiss - chris brown, t-pain
    14. we ride - mary j blige
    15. just fine - mary j blige
    16. apple bottom jeans - flo-rida
    17. elevator - flo-rida
    18 boyz n da hood - dem boyz
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    By albums in my changer right now:

    1) Finch - What It Is To Burn
    2) Circa Survive - On Letting Go
    3) The Sound of Animals Fighting - Tiger and The Duke
    4) Radiohead - Hail To The Theif
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    Artimus Pyle's best efforts, IMHO.
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    Mozart Chamber music for Woods and Strings SACD - nice!
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    Mike and Tom are just as entertaining today as they were in the early 70's, when they served as a welcome relief from the heavier folk/rock of the 60's.

    This is the harder to find promo cover (thanks George). The production cover featured an aerial photo of farm fields versus the drawing.
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    Very nice LP. They are not quite the "glam band" many would like to make them out to be. The "hits" are good but some of the other stuff is very good like "Hold Back the Rain" and "the Chauffeur".
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