Which Led Zeppelin live show(s) will Jimmy Page release in 2018?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Daniel Falaschi, Jan 21, 2018.

  1. eh?
     
  2. bobcat

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    Esperanto?
     
  3. Captain Rogers

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    Bloody auto correct. I wrote that on my mobile.

    Expanded HTWWW as a 5.1 Bluray Audio would be perfect.
     
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    Okay since this is the fun speculation thread HTWWW is coming.What will be next?
     
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    "How The Midwest Was Conquered" ?
     
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    How Two Ones Were Won: The Making Of "Achilles Last Stand" :)
     
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    If they are going by geographic locations they could do a live in England-`68,Bath RAH,Southampton pieces,Earl`s Court Knebworth although not likely at all.
    I guess it would just be the DVD/Blu Ray next without any extras.Anything new will probably be seperately last.
     
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    HAhahah
     
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  12. ponkine

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    One of the great things about HTWWW is that, prior its official release in 2003, NOBODY had those 2 1972 shows in great quality. Only sub-par audio sources.
    So it was a HUGE surprise.

    I think if Jimmy really wanted to surprise us with "all manner of surprises" he'd probably pick up great concerts with poor audio representation to this day.
    That's why I did my list, keeping in mind to be stellar shows and quite poor (to dreadful) audio sources.
    Jimmy is a well known bootleg collector. He's aware about what we have and what we don't.

    At the same time, I really hope he'd realize that none of us are getting any younger. He takes a lot of time with every new Zeppelin live release archive. BBC Sessions came in 1997. DVD and HTWWW in 2003. And finally Paris 1969 on LZI bonus disc, in 2014. That's it.
    God knows if he'll be with us in 10 years, let alone by the 75th anniversary of the band.

    So really hope he'll delivering all the goods. Soundboards, multitrack concerts, footage, Blu Ray, etc. He does know that fans would want it all, and will buy it all. So, why keep waiting and waiting, while the majority of fans from the day will be leaving this life?

    Needless to say, there're still so many Zeppelin songs that haven't been released live on CD, like all 1975 onwards, ''Tangerine', 'Friends', 'Out On The Tiles', 'Gallows Pole', 'Four Sticks', 'Battle of Evermore', etc
     
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  14. HotelYorba101

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    Hopefully something later-era '75 onwards or from the high peak like Japan '71. 1971 is a great live year for Zep and for later era Zeppelin I feel like could use some more official representation
     
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  15. John Rhett Thomas

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    I'm going to throw all caution to the wind and just assume you know what you're talking about. :) Can't wait!
     
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    Why do you say these things with such confidence?

    Are you an "insider"?
     
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    How The West Was Uncompressed.....:idea:
     
  18. eddiel

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    I'd say that's a 100% certainty. Still could sound good though :)
     
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  19. Captain Rogers

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    Good one!
     
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  20. rockclassics

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    Let's hope so.
     
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  21. bobcat

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    How do you know this?
     
  22. steveharris

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    It sounds like a strong possibility in September.:)

    I`m going to guess and only a guess the original Song Remains The Same is also being reissued before then.:idea:
     
  23. geisha78

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    Zeptember 2018 can’t come soon enough...
     
  24. Daniel Falaschi

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    People in the offical LZ forum are saying some live 68 tapes are being worked on to be included in a career spanning live co0mpilation.
     
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  25. rockclassics

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    It sure needs it. The 2007 remaster was pretty bad IMO....too compressed and loud.

    Hopefully there will be a companion disc.with additional tracks. But I'm not holding my breath after the lack of one for HTWWW.
     
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