If you wonder why a lot of past artwork for this show has 1969-01-31 on it or why the setlist for the first set starts with "White Summer", here's the answers. First, 1969-01-31 had been thought to be the correct date of the recording until a few years ago when a video surfaced of a portion of that show and it did not match this show's audio. And since Led Zeppelin only played 1969-01-31 and 1969-02-01 this first time in New York, it obviously had to be the next night's show. So a lot of artwork has the wrong date we believe today. And the show started with "White Summer" because an instrument had been left at the hotel room and the band had to start the show late as it was retrieved by someone and they finally started to avoid further delay with Jimmy Page's acoustic song "White Summer".
I just looked and noticed this artwork has the correct 1969-02-01 date on it too.
One more thing to keep in mind in regards to the dates is this. There has been a lot of debate as to which of these early Fillmore East shows is what date and set and whatever too. So the fact their if no factual proof we have, and just investigative research and word of mouth from attendees, means that this information I believe to be true (and determined by those with a lot more knowledge about this subject) may also be incorrect. It probably isn't wrong, but we cannot say with 100% certainty it is all correct too.
EVSD silver CD's > CD-R (1) > EAC > WAV > FLAC > 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 double check for SBE's and create and verify new ffp & md5 files) > you
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: February 1st, 1969
Location: New York, New York
Venue: Fillmore East
Title: In The Wind - The Legendary Fillmore Series Wast Vol. 2
Size: 250 MB
02. White Summer
03. Black Mountain Side
04. Train Kept A Rollin'
05. I Can't Quit You Baby
06. Pat's Delight
07. How Many More Times
08. Communication Breakdown
(1) 1969-02-01 Fillmore East (AUD Set 1/EVSD)
I decided to go with EVSD's copy here because they did not clip the audio and they did an excellent job of cleaning up the sound. I have a copy of the master audio but it is missing the higher frequencies EQ work EVSD did. The master audio is unedited and sounds muddy (but is still nice to have).
This really is a great-to-excellent recording and job EVSD did on this show. There is some distortion in some of the real heavy bass and just heavier, faster parts. Still, I love it! You have no problem hearing the drums, Plant's voice, or Page's guitar. You definitely hear the bass too. But I think it sounds excellent most of the time (with a little distortion at times or not).
Due to such as long title by EVSD (part of the zipped file's name) and this zipped file having a long name. be sure to unzip this one in a shorter named folder (like "0") to avoid too long of a path and then move or rename it as you want. I probably should have done this myself but I didn't think about it until it was uploaded already.
I hope you enjoy the show...
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