This upload is the one I consider to be the best. It's the Winston Remasters two sources mix. The primary source, of course, is the Mike Millard 1st generation tapes and the second source is an unknown low generation source from another taper (Source 2). Source 2 is used to fill in any gaps in the Millard recording (i.e. as tapes were changed out). This is another superb recording as well as a superb remastering too.
No sound was altered in this remaster of the two source mix! And I'm uploading the file set as is (I'm not changing, removing, or adding anything).
LINEAGE & SOURCE INFO:
Source 1: Mike Millard master (primary audio source) > Hi-Fi VHS > 96 kHz/24 bit > 44.1 kHz/16 bit > FLAC
Source 2: Unknown taper low generation source (used to patch) > analog transfer to 4CD-R(2)
Additional Info: Winston Remasters mix of two sources (no info, software, etc given) > me > TLH (to verify ffp & st5 files) > you
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: March 27th, 1975
Location: Inglewood, California
Venue: The Forum
Source: AUD (Source 1 Millard 1st Gen. & Source 2 mix)
Label: Winston Remasters
Size: 1.28 GB
101. introduction (with Linda Lovelace)
102. Rock And Roll
103. Sick Again
104. Over The Hills And Far Away
105. In My Time Of Dying
106. The Song Remains The Same
107. The Rain Song
109. Since I've Been Loving You
201. No Quarter
202. Trampled Underfoot
203. Moby Dick
301. Dazed And Confused
302. Stairway To Heaven
303. Whole Lotta Love
304. The Crunge
305. Black Dog
(1) 1975-03-27 Inglewood, CA (AUD 1st Gen & Unkn Source Mix/Winston)
(2) 1975-03-27 Inglewood, CA (AUD 1st Gen & Unkn Source Mix/Winston)
(3) 1975-03-27 Inglewood, CA (AUD 1st Gen & Unkn Source Mix/Winston)
This March 27th Millard recording is as good as the one I recently uploaded of his 3/25 1st generation tapes we have for that show. As a general rule, Mike Millard on a show's recording equals a superb recording. At first, I was going to upload the Mike Millard 1st generation unmarked tapes version. But since both of these sources used in this mix are excellent and they provide a more complete, and I believe the full version of the show, I went with Winston Remasters superb work. Like with Millard's recordings, Winston's remasters, whether their is audio manipulation (EQ work) or not, are almost always the best final projects you can find. At least this is my opinion!
The band added "Since I've Been Loving You" as well as "The Crunge" into this final US tour show on this night. I guess they were going out this night with a longer show and a "goodbye for a while" extended version of their show.
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