PROXIMITY

THE HOLY GRAILS OF ZEPPELIN COLLECTING
What's out there that we can't get? Plenty: Here's a look at some video & audio gems known or believed to exist that are not in circulation.    

By Hugh Jones

(Excerpt - full version plus related articles appear in Proximity #32)

1 - The Earls Court Video
(Pro-Shot Video from Earls Court Arena, London, May 24, 1975)

2 - The Seattle Kingdome Video
(Pro-Shot Video from The Kingdome, Seattle, WA, July 17, 1977)

3 - The Seattle Pop Festival Soundboard
(Unmixed Soundboard Audio Recording from the Seattle International Pop Festival, Woodinville, WA, July 27, 1969)

4 - The Bath Festival Film and Audio
(Black & White 16mm Film with Soundboard (?) Audio Feed from The Bath Festival, Shepton Mallett, England, June 28, 1970)

5 - The Long Beach '72 Soundboard
(24-track Professional Audio Recording from the The Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA, June 27, 1972)

6 - The Troubadour Jam with Fairport, L.A. 1970
(Professional Multi-track Audio Recording from The Troubadour Club, Los Angeles, CA, September 4, 1970)

7 - The Japan '71 Soundboard Tapes
(Professional Multi-track Recordings from The Seven Japanese Concerts of September, 1971)

8 - The Boston Tea Party Four-Hour Show, January 1969
(Complete Audience Audio Recording from The Boston Tea Party, January 26, 1969)

9 - The Houston 1977 Video
(Pro-Shot Video from The Summit, Houston, Texas 5/21/77)

10 - The Bill Graham 8mm Films
(Silent 8mm Black & White Films from The Fillmore East, January/February and May 1969)

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