This is a great-to-excellent sounding show and there are no issues with audio clipping either. TDOLZ seems to have done a good job and I believe this copy sounds better than my no label "Footstomping Graffiti" CD-R's (trade days) I am doing EAC rips on right now. To my ears, this sounds cleaner as well as more can be heard. Even in the beginning of "No Quarter", where someone is saying something like "...stand right there...", it can be heard more easily than on the "Footstomping Graffiti" copy. I may be a lower generation copy TDOLZ used?
I have never burned this TDOLZ copy to disc and listened before. But once I finish my EAC rips, I am going to burn "A Quick Getaway" and listen to it on the home theater system today because I liked what I was hearing through the PC speakers. Plus, I haven't heard the show in years anyway.
TDOLZ silver CD's > EAC (Secure Mode/Offset Corrected) > WAV > MKW > SHN > 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
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: January 29th, 1975
Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
Venue: The Coliseum
Title: A Quick Getaway
Size: 811 MB
101. Rock And Roll
102. Sick Again
103. Over The Hills And Far Away
104. In My Time Of Dying
105. The Song Remains The Same
106. The Rain Song
108. No Quarter
201. Trampled Underfoot
202. Moby Dick
203. How Many More Times
204. Stairway To Heaven
205. Whole Lotta Love
206. Black Dog
207. Communication Breakdown
(1) 1975-01-29 Greensboro, NC (AUD/TDOLZ)
I was obviously wrong when I mentioned a few days ago that I thought the show I was uploading was the last time the band played "How Many More Times." They played it this night in Greensboro this night though! It seems they were still ironing out their setlist that would be the more normal one going into February and on through their 1975 Unites States tour. The band always changed songs up and added and left out various songs depending on the night. But some, like "How Many More Times" and "When The Levee Breaks" did get dropped while others like "Dazed and Confused" became every night songs they played on this tour as of at least their 1975-02-03 New York's Madison Square Garden concert.
UPDATES (NEXT DAY):
(1) I'm listening to this recording tonight as I am preparing today's show upload and I realized this recording is running slow. I'm not sure about other copies but this one definitely is running a little slow. The tapers (sounds like two guys) are really enjoying the show and you hear them yell and talk a few times too. It's a little funny honestly. One decides to start writing the songs down as they're recording and asks "what songs have they played." His buddy names off "Rock and Roll", and one of the new ones..." or something like that as "Over The Hills And Far Away" starts playing. Physical Graffiti had not even been released yet, so some of these songs were unknown to the tapers. It's still and enjoyable show though.
(2) Also, I'd originally mentioned the band dropped "Dazed and Confused" this night in place of "How Many More Times" once again. But that was incorrect since they had not started playing it yet as I was thinking. I was "misled" you could say and confused a 1973 show I'd worked on as being a 1975 one I think. The text file I cannot change now that it is uploaded. But keep that in mind if you read it in the text file too.
I hope you enjoy this show..
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