This show I believe may be the last time Led Zeppelin played "The Wanton Song" live and I think it was the last show (at least in 1975) where the played "How Many More Times." However, the band finally added "No Quarter", a staple in Led Zeppelin live shows to me, and they kept it. And of course they quit playing "When The Levee Breaks" too.
Holy silver CD's > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC 8 > me > TLH > WAV (to test for lossiness) > Audacity (to view waveform, embed metadata/track titles & info, and then to re-encode) > FLAC 8 > TLH (to check for SBE's and create and verify new ffp & md5 files) > you
Read below on the lossiness test results!
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: January 25th, 1975
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Venue: Market Square Arena
Title: Condition Breakdown
Artwork: Yes (full artwork scans in download)
Size: 513 MB
101. Rock And Roll
102. Sick Again
103. Over The Hills And Far Away
104. The Song Remains The Same
105. The Rain Song
107. The Wanton Song
108. No Quarter
201. Trampled Underfoot
202. Moby Dick
203. How Many More Times
204. Stairway To Heaven
205. Whole Lotta Love ~ Black Dog
(1) 1975-01-25 Indianapolis, IN (AUD/Holy)
This is a clean and easy to hear show. However, some songs are incomplete. Unfortunately the taper stopped taping a few times in just a few songs during the show.
Both copies of this show I have test lossy with TLH. And as I mentioned recently, I'm sick and tired of getting bad results in lossiness (CDDA/MPEG audio) testing so I did a spectral analysis (SA) and a frequency analysis (FA) in Audacity. I also did an SA in another program on my PC named AVS Audio Editor. The big problem for me at this point is understanding how to read the results correctly. I've asked for help and hopefully I will get some with the results I posted from the tests over on R-O. I've included the FA and SA results in a folder in this download and if any of you can make better sense of them, please let me know what you determine.
UPDATE: I have some good news. While some of it is above my pay grade (or knowledge :-) ) the guys over at R-O confirmed this is NOT a lossy source recording. There are a lot of "audio geeks" (mnakes me jealous what they know) over there and it seems this was likely messed with before silver CD pressings and EQ'ed with rolling off of some frequencies that makes it look like (to program like TLH that cannot adequately tell) a lossy sourced recording. But it isn't. In fact, the recording and the issue of it (1995) pre dates mp3's or lossy audio anyhow. This information is not in the text file since it is an update so you may want to copy and paste it if you think you may not remember.
I hope you enjoy this show..
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