And speaking of "date", there seems to be a consensus this show is from 1970-04-08 Raleigh, NC and not 1970-04-07 Charlotte, SC. It seems there are a few dates and ideas as to what is accurate. But overall, the date stated as the post's subject line is what is considered to be accurate by most. The research on the dates and cities are giving me a headache, and even though most everything in this upload has the "4/7" date written on it, 4/8 is the date this was shared as too.
1st Gen cassette > Panasonic SW Cassette Deck, Evolution Patch Chord > Goldwave > 24 Bit, 48 kHz WAV > Goldwave, Batch Processing > 16 Bit, 44.1 kHz > FLAC Frontend, Encoding Options, Level.6, Align On Sector Boundaries > FLAC > me > TLH > you
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: April 8th, 1970
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
Venue: Dorten Auditorium
Source: AUD (1st Gen.)
Label: A Group Project
Size: 399 MB
101. We're Gonna Groove
102. Dazed And Confused
104. Bring It On Home
105. Whiter Summer/Black Mountain Side
201. Since I've Been Loving You
202. Thank You (intro organ solo)
203. Thank You
204. What Is And What Should Never Be
205. Moby Dick
1970-04-08 Raleign. NC (AUD 1st Gen/Group Project)
The reason I picked the remastered version to upload is because the songs have a sharper, more vivid high end to them. It is reportedly unaltered as far as sound goes (no EQ work) according to the text file enclosed in this upload. The "Sean The Bootlegger" 1st generation version has a different sound (still excellent) and as far as I know they are both from the same first generation source. However, I haven't fully researched this to confirm it. The tradeoff in this upload is there is a little more hiss. But it's not anything that ruins the sound or the show. Like I mentioned, they both sound excellent but the crisper sound in this upload makes the show a little more enjoyable to me. The show is a great historical document of Led Zeppelin live 44 years ago today!
I didn't add or take anything away from this upload. I'm just sharing it the way I got it. I may start doing this more often as long as there is no need (or better yet, there is a need) to alter the way it's put together. I'm a little confused as to why there are duplicate checksum files in this version, but oh well? All they are for is to verify the contents are intact and nothing is missing when downloaded and/or shared for the most part anyhow. And I did check and verify the contents with the md5 checksum files too before uploading the show as well as check for any sector boundary errors and everything was in perfect shape.
I hope you enjoy the show...