mercoledì 28 novembre 2018

Led Zeppelin - 1977-06-23 - Los Angeles, CA (DVDaudio)

(DVDaudio)

Forum, Inglewood

Genuine Masters DVD-A-08
'FOR BADGEHOLDERS ONLY'

Lineage:
Trade DVD-R => HDD => torrent

Audio: LPCM

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

Total time:
~195 min.

A review taken on Underground Uprising (http://uuweb.led-zeppelin.us/1977.html#23-Jun-77 L.A.)

FOR BADGEHOLDERS ONLY (Genuine Masters GM -LZ-23.06.23.1977-DVD-A-08)
Los Angeles Forum, Inglewood, California - June 23, 1977 DVD-Audio/Picture Montage
RUNNING TIME: 194:52
SOUND/SOURCE: Low Generation Mike Millard Audience Recording
PACKAGING: DVD Clamshell with High Resolution insert artwork

FEATURES:
Interactive Menus, Scene Selection, PCM Audio

Notes:
This will be the most desired version of this notorious concert. The show has been booted to death but Genuine Masters had the only reason to issue it again....a superior tape. For Badgeholders Only from GM utilizes an extremely low-generation Mike Millard recording and providing it in the DVD-Audio medium is the only way to hear it. Led Zeppelin collectors all hold this show in high regard, whether it was simply the impromptu appearance of Keith Moon towards the last third of the concert, the superior versions of Sick Again and No Quarter, etc...or just the magnificent recording. This is my 4th copy of this show and I was expecting GM to provide the definitive version when FBO was announced...and they, once again, have lived up to expectations! The recording isn't quite as striking as GM's "Watch And Listen To This Eddie", at first. However, it does expand as the tape/disc moves along. As with the Tarantura release last year, "Sgt. Page's Badgeholder's", it's the robust bottom end that is noticable...as well as the atmosphere around the taper. With this version of FBO, you REALLY feel right in the middle of the proceedings! While this recording doesn't quite have the spatial qualities as WaLTTE, this title really can be categorized as definitive. I cannot commend the label enough for it's selection and use of pictures for this project. Again GM has included some scarcely utilized or rarely circulated shots, along with a few of the common ones. The only deduction on the scorecard here is that there are no photos utilized from this concert! There are numerous pics of Keith Moon and John Bonham drumming in tandem and that would have made the package absolutely complete. A shame really. The rest holds up as you would hope.Another benchmark of the labels' expertise progressing, is the incredibly wonderful interactive menus. GM utilizes the Seattle '77 video in the background, while featuring various '77 images for the scene selection tabs. Everything looks so rich and colorful. A really stellar production throughout.

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