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1970 - 5th US Tour

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Mudslide*

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Date: 21.März 1970, 5th US Tour
Venue: Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada
Label: Flying Disc Records #CD 6-808, 1CD
Sound: M -SB 9, sehr gute Soundboard Aufnahme, Radiomitschnitt,
Mastertape seems to be lost - so all releases are from LP
*
Track List: Heartbreaker, Organ Solo / Thank You, What is and what should never be, Communication Breakdown, Were gonna groove, Since Ive been loving you, Whole Lotta Love
Hinweis : Das Mastertape ist wohl verschwunden deshalb sind alle CDs von Platte, diese Version hier (von Flying Disc Music) ist mit Abstand die Beste !
Konzert:  Kennt auch jeder. Konzert ist zwar nicht die Obersahne doch immerhin noch sehr gut. OK Plant klang schon besser aber so schlecht wie Luis Rey finde ich es nicht. Gute Versionen von Heartbreaker und Since Ive been loving you. Die CD ist ein Muss schon alleine wegen der geilen (uhps) Version von were gonna groove. Nimmt man Performance und Aufnahmequalität zusammen ist das wirklich ein Teil das in jede Sammlung gehört.
 

 

Pb

Date: 21.März 1970, 5th US Tour
Venue: Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada
Label: Tarantura 2000, 1CD
Sound: M -SB 9, sehr gute Soundboard Aufnahme, Radiomitschnitt,
Mastertape seems to be lost - so all releases are from LP
Track List: Heartbreaker, Organ Solo / Thank You, What is and what should never be, Communication Breakdown, Were gonna groove, Since Ive been loving you, Whole Lotta Love
 

 

Ultimate Mudslide

Date: 21.März 1970, 5th US Tour
Venue: Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada
Label: House Of Elrond # oms 004, 1CD
Sound: M -SB 9, sehr gute Soundboard Aufnahme, Radiomitschnitt,
Mastertape seems to be lost - so all releases are from LP
contains allso 2 Bonus-Tracks from Hofheinz Pavilion  
Houston   March 29,  1970, Sound: AUD 3
Track List:  Heartbreaker, Organ Solo / Thank You, What is and what should never be, Communication Breakdown, Were gonna groove, Since Ive been loving you, Whole Lotta Love
Bonus Tracks: 1.White Summer/Black Mountain Side , 2.How Many More Times (includes Down By The River,Bolero,For What It's Worth,Needle Blues,Tobacco Road)

 

 

DENVER 1970*

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Date: March 25,  1970, 5th US Tour
Venue: Denver Coliseum, Denver, Colorado, USA
Label: TDLZ VOL.045, 2CD, Cardboxsleeve
Sound: M -Aud 5
gut hörbare Audience Aufnahme
*
CD1: Were gonna groove, I cant quit you, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Since Ive been loving You, Organ Solo / Thank You
CD2: Moby Dick, How many more Times incl. Ramble on/Bolero/Boogie Woogie / Move on down the Line/Going down South/Lemon Song, Whole Lotta Love
 

 

LA Jive

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Date: 27. März 1970, Fünfte US Tour
Venue: the Forum, Inglewood, Kalifornien, USA
Label: Holy Grail #HGCD 106 /107, 2 CD
Mono - Aud 4
Track List: Were gonna groove, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home, White Summer/Black Mountain Side, Since Ive been loving you, Organ Solo / Thank You, What is & what should never be, Moby Dick, How many more Times, Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown.

The Four Survivors

Date: 27. März 1970, Fünfte US Tour
Venue: the Forum, Inglewood, Kalifornien, USA
Label: Fan-Release, Cyanine, 2 CD-R
Sound: Mono 4 ~ 7
Mix of 2 sources, see comment from the guy who torrented the show
Disc 1: We're Gonna Groove, Dazed And Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring It On Home, White Summer / Black Mountain Side, Since I've Been Loving You, Organ Solo / Thank You
Disc 2: What Is And What Should Never Be, Moby Dick, How Many More Times Medley, Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown
Notes:
There are 2 open circulating audience sources for this legendary show: a 137 minutes source 1 (as released under the title "Enjoy Zep", lineage: 1st gen > DATx > CDRx, which some of you might know already) and a 109 minutes source 2. This particular release uses source 2, the slightly better sounding but less complete source, as its foundation and fills the gaps with what's available from source 1. On the other hand, DAC for instance is complete on this source where it has a cut on source 1. 

Source 1 has been used for BIOH, WS/BMS and SIBLY which are missing from source 2. About 7-8 minutes from source 1 are used at the end of CB as well as a few splices here and there. The taper(s) of source 1 were stoned out of their minds, witness the ""mumble, mumble, ...stoned", the "Cathy, you stoned?" comments at the end of WS / BMS and the beginning of SIBLY and their stoned banter during the last couple of minutes after the show had ended as well as Cathy giggling all over source 1. Lots of mic handling noises. Source 2 has much less disturbances of this kind.

The splices and fills have been quite nicely done, I've been told this release has been put together by Eddie Edwards, nuff said!. Presented here are 146 minutes of vintage early live Zep.
 

 

Texas, Two Steps*

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Date:  March 28 1970,  5th US Tour
Venue: Memorial Auditorium Dalls, Texas
Date:  March 29* 1970,  5th US Tour
Liberty Hall *, Houston, Texas, USA
TDOLZ VOL.035, 2 CD, Cardboxsleeve
Sound : Mono - Aud 5-6,  Houston is slightly better than Dallas
*
CD1: Were gonna groove, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home, White Summer/Black Mountain Side, Since Ive been loving you, Organ Solo / Thank You,
CD2: What is & what should never be, Moby Dick, White Summer / BLack Mountain Side*, How many more Times*
 

 

Some Things Never Pass

Date:  5 April  1970,  5th US Tour
Venue: Civic Center Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Label: Apple Music Ltd # AML2000, 3 CD 
Sound:  Aud 5
Disc 3 contains Jimmy Page Solo and Page/Clapton stuff
in excellent ST-AUD quality
CD 1:   Were gonna groove, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home, White Summer/Black Mountain Side
CD 2:   What is & what should never be, Organ Solo / Thank You, Moby Dick, How many more Times Medley, Whole Lotta Love
CD 3:   Jimmy Page & Eric Clapton (Gilford 5/23/83) Frther Up the Road, Cocamine, Roll oder Beethoven, Matchbox, Goodnight Iren // (Ocean Way Studios 5/99) Gonna Shoot you right down // (the Cow Plaza 12/2/83) Stairway to Heaven, Layla / with a little Help from my Friends, Goodnight Iren
 

 

Fearsome Four Live on Stage*

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Date: 8th  April 1970, 5th US Tour
Venue: Dorten Auditorium, Raleigh, North Carolina
Label: Mandala #MA2113 1-2, 2 CD
Sound - ST-AUD  6 - 7
Tape improves as it progresses
one  of the best 1970 US Gigs
*
Track List: Were gonna groove, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home, White Summer / Black Mountain Side, Since Ive been loving you, Organ Solo / Thank you, What is and what should never be, Moby Dick 
Konzert : Alles in allem eins der besten Bootlegs von 1970 was sowohl Konzert als auch die Aufnahme betrifft. Eine der besten Aufnahmen von Bring it on Home. Killer Harmonica von Plant viel intensiever als üblich. Absolut empfehlenswertes Teil !
 

 

American Accents

Date: 8th  April 1970, 5th US Tour
Venue: Dorten Auditorium, Raleigh, North Carolina
Label: Baby Face # 9603, 2 CD
Sound - ST-AUD  6 - 7
Disk 1:  1 We're Gonna Groove, 2 Dazed & Confused, 3 Heartbreaker, 4 Bring It On Home, 5 White Summer / Black Mountain Side
Disk 2:  1 Since I've Been Loving You, 2 Organ Solo, 3 Thank You, 4 What Is And What Should Never Be, 5 Moby Dick
 

 

First Choice*

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Date: 9. April 1970, 5th US Tour
Venue: Curtis Hickson Hall, Tampa, Florida
Tampa* 5/5/73
Label: Sugarcane # SC 5200 1/2, 2 CD
Sound: M -Aud 6
*
Track List: Bring it on Home, White Summer/Black Mountain Side, Since Ive been loving you, Organ Solo/Thank you, what is and what should never be, Moby Dick, How many more Times, Whole Lotta Love, RocknRoll*, Celebration Day*, Black Dog*, Over the Hills and far away*, Misty Mountain Hop*, since Ive been loving you*,
Konzert : Sehr gutes Konzert besonders White Summer und How many more Times. Page und Plant sind beide in absoluter Topform. Das absolute Highlight ist eine Killerversion von Whole Lotta Love. Sollte man haben!
 

 

Tampa 1st. gen.

Date: 9. April 1970, 5th US Tour
Venue: Curtis Hickson Hall, Tampa, Florida
Label: Fan-Release, 2 CD-R
Sound: M -Aud 6
from master tape
Master taper -> CD -> EAC -> WAVLab -> SHN
Track List: Bring it on Home, White Summer/Black Mountain Side, Since Ive been loving you, Organ Solo/Thank you, what is and what should never be, Moby Dick, How many more Times, Whole Lotta Love
 

 

Parliament Hill

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Date: 14. April 1970, Fünfte US Tour
Venue: Ottawa Civic Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Label: Trade Mark Of Quality FD 101-105
Sound: M -Aud 7
This is a 5CD-Box - the Rest is well known stuff
good gig - great "riffing" at Beginning of Heartbreaker
Track List: Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home, White Summer/Black Mountain Side, Since Ive been loving you, Organ Solo / Thank you, Dazed & Confused, Whole Lotta Love
Hinweis: CD1 des 5er Box Sets "The Trade Mark of Quality Masters" der Rest der Box ist altbekanntes Material.( 5/31/73, 6/3/73/, 7/29/73 ) -  Leider schon wieder ein Konzert das nicht komplett erschienen ist. :-(
 

 

Memphis

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Date: 17. April 1970, Fünfte US Tour
Venue: Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee,USA
Label: Neptune  # NEP 001-002, 2 CD
Sound: Stereo -Aud 5
Introduction from the Bootlegger at the Beginning of the tape
Track List: Announcement by the Taper, Were gonna groove, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home, White Summer / Black Mountain Side, Since Ive been loving you, Organ Solo/Thank you, what is and what should never be, Moby Dick, How many more Times Medley, Whole Lotta Love
 

 

The Nebula

Date: 18th April 1970, fifth US Tour
Venue: Arizona Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Label: Tarantura  # TCD-14-1,2
Sound: AUD 7
2nd source tape
missing Thank You
Disc 1:  Were gonna groove, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home
Disc 2:  White Summer / Black Mountain Side, Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love
 

 

Desert Storm

Date: 18th April 1970, fifth US Tour
Venue: Arizona Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Label: Empress Valley 
Sound: AUD 7
first source tape
sounds a little better than Tarantura release
Disc 1:  Were gonna groove, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home, White Summer
Disc 2:  Organ Solo, Thank You, Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love
 

 

dadgad Remaster

Date: 18th April 1970, fifth US Tour
Venue: Arizona Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Label: Fan-Release, dadgad Remaster, 2 CD-R
Sound: AUD 7
Linage: Master Cass > (RtoR?) > DAT > CD-R
After Whole Lotta Love JP comes out and says that as everyone was leaving the stage, RP collapsed and a doctor has been called and that the show is over. 
Disc 1:  Were gonna groove, Dazed & Confused, Heartbreaker, Bring it on Home, White Summer, Organ Solo, Thank You
Disc 2:  Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love
 

 

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