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Re: RAH - question



I have a cd-r of this show with the same material at the end, except 
it has
Black Country Woman at the end rather than BYA Stomp.  It is from a
soundboard in '77, but it's not from 4/27, I have that one to compare.
There is no chatter at either end.  The track fades out during the 
intro for
Bron Yr Aur Stomp.
James

PS - I've posted this to the list for the benefit of those who are 
still
trying to find out this info.  I'm glad somebody has asked!

- ----- Original Message -----
From: "TangerineMan" <TangerineMan@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <Luddite00@xxxxxxx>
Cc: <zeppelin@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, July 06, 2001 7:04 AM
Subject: Re: RAH - question


> Luddite00@xxxxxxx wrote:
>
> > I tried to post this a couple of days ago, but I guess it didn't 
> > make it
to
> > the list.
>
> Sure, it did--we're just a bunch of lazy f*ckers.
>
> > I have the Royal Albert Hall silver with no label, matrix #YAYA - 
> > 008,
> > picture of Plant w/ goatee on the front, and CD has "ZOSO" 
> > emblazoned
across
> > it.
> >
> > I am trying to place some of the bonus material that they have 
> > tacked on
> > after the RAH tracks.  Any help?:
> >
> > *Whole Lotta Love - 6/24/69. Top Gear with John Peel
>
> From Jeff Barlow's Trampled Underground:
>
> (http://www.geocities.com/jsbarlow/1969.html)
>
> June 24, Maida Vale Studio 4 (BBC - Top Gear with John Peel); 
> London,
England
>
>                 Recording Includes: Whole Lotta Love, Communication
Breakdown,
> What Is And What Should Never Be, Traveling
>                 Riverside Blues.
>
>                 Source: Complete excellent radio broadcast.
>
>                 CD Reference(s): Another Trip, A Secret History of 
> Led
> Zeppelin, Badge Holders Best Live In Concert 1969, BBC
>                 Sessions (Atlantic), Classics Off The Air Vol. 1, 
> Complete
'69
> BBC Classics, Complete Tapes Vol. 1 (1968/69), Dazed
>                 And Confused (Joker), Live Vol. 3, Many More Early 
> Times,
Put
> Led In Your Pencil, Radio Appearances, Radio
>                 Sessions, Riverside Blues, '69 In Flames, Traveling
Riverside
> Blues, Uncensored, Winterland.
>
> > *Somethin' Else - 6/16/69.  Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae
>
> June 16, Aeolian Hall (BBC - Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae); 
> London,
England
>
>                  Recording Includes: Interview, The Girl I Love She 
> Got
Long
> Black Hair, Communication Breakdown, Something
>                  Else, What Is And What Should Never Be.
>
>                  Source: Complete very good/excellent radio 
> broadcast.
>
>                  CD Reference(s): Another Trip, A Secret History of 
> Led
> Zeppelin, BBC Sessions (Atlantic), Complete '69 BBC
>                  Classics, Eternal Mystery, Many More Early Times, 
> More
Than
> Something Else, Put Led In Your Pencil, Radio
>                  Sessions, Shenandoah, Something Else, Songs From 
> the
Vaults,
> Studio Haze Vol. 1, Uncensored.
>
> > (These two tracks are probably lifted straight from the legit BBC
release)
>
> They are both featured on the legit release, but in cleaned-up 
> versions.
The
> versions on the disc you have were almost certainly taped off the 
> air at
the
> time.
>
> > *All My Love (studio outtake) Polar Studios 1978
>
> Available on the boot CDs Happy Days, Studio Daze, and That's The 
> Way
Through
> The Out Door. Basically the same thing as the eventual studio 
> release,
minus
> the acoustic guitar solo, and with an outro extending quite a bit 
> beyond
where
> it was faded out.
>
> > *Train Kept A Rollin' - 1980 tour.  Venue, Date????
>
> You'd have to get someone familiar with the whole 1980 tour to 
> listen to
it.
>
> > *Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp - 1977?  Venue, Date???? soundboard?
>
> If it's from the soundboard, it's very probably from Cleveland, 
> 04/27/77.
Is
> any of Plant's stage chatter included before the song starts?