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Post  Magic on 2/19/2015, 10:41 am

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With Jimmy Page live on the www in a couple minutes

https://screen.yahoo.com/live/event/led-zeppelin

I have the CD.......BUT also the double album I bought for my 17th birthday ..........yeah 40 years ago.



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Post  ColtsKurt on 2/19/2015, 6:08 pm

Had the cassette tape, but don't think I ever bought the vinyl… Sure wish I knew where those tape cases went. Rolling Eyes
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Post  cravnravn on 2/20/2015, 2:47 am

ColtsKurt wrote:Had the cassette tape, but don't think I ever bought the vinyl… Sure wish I knew where those tape cases went. Rolling Eyes

Probably wound up with my 8-traks
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Post  Magic on 2/20/2015, 12:42 pm

lol  Yeah thats what I was thinking too ......but I never had the cassette version and any 8-tracks I have  been stashed so long that they may be blank tapes by now.

After I listened to the new remastered version of the Physical Graffiti album (yeah they are selling the album and CD version) and got about an hour live of Jimmy Page talking about the history from Olympic Studios in London (hard to believe) I had to take a look at my 40 year old album and that fancy cover is still in good shape considering it is 40 years old.

I don't have a turntable so it hasn't been played since the previous century.

But the new version sure sounded perfect on my laptop and headphones and it is a bit different than the original because Page used some other original versions he still has on his stash of master tapes.

Sounded way better than the CD player in my car and my house CD player needs a rebuild so I haven't been able to use it for many years.

I might have to check and see if somebody copied that on youtube so I can copy it.

After getting the original for my 17th birthday I went to see them at the Kingdome 2 years later.

But the first time I played the album was at a neighbors who had the first $20,000 stereo I ever heard of and in the years after that I started buying my own (right after playing that album the first time that neighbor took me on a trip to seattle to a place called *SpeakerLab* where you could buy fancy speakers or buy kits to build them and there I got to meet Bob Carver who at the time owned Phase Linear and later started the Carver Corporation and a couple other companies since then with real expensive vacuum tube amplifiers and other things like his newest speakers.

So if I never would have got this album and played it that day I wouldn't have my collection of Carver gear or actually did R&D for him in 1986 -1990...........now if I could just get around to finding a new turntable that will not cost too much and send my Carver CD player off for a rebuild in Oregon wtf

I got this way back in 1979.........she still is a beauty  cheerstoyou



Since then I updated with the Carver pre-amp with vacuum tube output and the 1000 watt magnetic field amp but I always keep my stuff so I still have that Phase Linear 4000

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Post  cravnravn on 2/20/2015, 2:49 pm

Back in 79 I purchased a technics turntable built in equalizer and hooked the up to Bose 901's....we lived in an apartment at the time, my neighbors hated me, back then my main music was disco and funk, never forget coming home from work and the Mrs telling me our daughter was amusing herself by pulling out the 6 miles of tape out of my Parliament 8 trak..
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Post  Magic on 2/20/2015, 4:54 pm

cravnravn wrote:Back in 79 I purchased a technics turntable built in equalizer and hooked the up to Bose 901's....we lived in an apartment at the time, my neighbors hated me, back then my main music was disco and funk, never forget coming home from work and the Mrs telling me our daughter was amusing herself by pulling out the 6 miles of tape out of my Parliament 8 trak..

Yeah the Technics turntable was pretty good back then ( I had the Pioneer Linear tracking turntable)

I happen to have a pair of Bose 901's on either side of my 82in HDTV hellyes

My Carver ALS speakers are too big for the living room so they are just sitting upstairs waiting for a crossover rebuild.

I got the 901'a from some guy for $300 and all the speakers had the old cones that just disintegrate after several years so I sent them to Bose and they gave me a FREE rebuild with the new cones that don't dissolve like before so I have had mine connected to the Carver amps for almost 20 years (the Carver speakers came out in 1986 and I was the first customer and Bob Carver let me test them and blow em up and give me new parts for free)

I used to disturb my neighbors as Bob Marley used to say but before reggae I played Led Zeppelin,The Who,Black Sabbath and Jimi Hendrix.........and if I was in a mellow mood The Grass Roots and the Guess Who smile

Still have most of my vinyl collection here and several are the remastered on virgin vinyl type so they are worth some money now and in fact I have the Pink Floyd "Dark Side of the Moon" half-speed remastered on virgin vinyl from Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs NEVER PLAYED of even OPENED so the value goes up every year hellyes (I have to get a turntable)
I never let other humans touch my gear or the LP's and CD's or cassettes (I even have the half speed remastered Pink Floyd on a special cassette and that has been played many times)


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Post  cravnravn on 2/20/2015, 5:12 pm

I have my dads 45 collection, his wife kept the 33 albums. I came a crossed a 45 of JFK's inaugural speech, love to find an old record player and listen to it.
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Post  BlueShoes1 on 2/20/2015, 7:21 pm

cravnravn wrote:I have my dads 45 collection, his wife kept the 33 albums. I came a crossed a 45 of JFK's inaugural speech, love to find an old record player and listen to it.

Here you go:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pioneer-PL-S40-Turntable-Quartz-Direct-Drive-Auto-Return-33-3-45RPM-/271770802978?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f46cd5b22

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Post  ColtsKurt on 2/20/2015, 8:41 pm

Thanks for this thread. Made me go back and revisit the greatness that was Led Zeppelin in the 70's.

Incredible stuff.
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Post  Magic on 2/20/2015, 9:26 pm

BlueShoes1 wrote:
cravnravn wrote:I have my dads 45 collection, his wife kept the 33 albums. I came a crossed a 45 of JFK's inaugural speech, love to find an old record player and listen to it.

Here you go:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pioneer-PL-S40-Turntable-Quartz-Direct-Drive-Auto-Return-33-3-45RPM-/271770802978?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f46cd5b22

OR you can buy this one and then let me test it lol

http://tinyurl.com/Walker-Audio-Proscenium-Black

If I could trust ebay I would find a decent one for $100-$150 and I see a few there.

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Post  Magic on 2/20/2015, 9:49 pm

ColtsKurt wrote:Thanks for this thread.  Made me go back and revisit the greatness that was Led Zeppelin in the 70's.

Incredible stuff.

No doubt one of a kind........ ad I have a couple CD's just to play in the car when I go on a cruise by myself.

I have all the albums with one copy of each in nice condition and several that I played to death like Led Zeppelin I-II-III

In that yahoo video with Page and them playing that remastered version he talked about how the record company complained about that cover for LZ III with the spinning wheel and it is why they made that cover for the Physical Graffiti when they used their own company *Swan Song Records*

I never would have guessed I would get that album the day it came out and 40 years later listen to the new version and see Jimmy Page talking and answering questions on a computer.

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Post  ColtsKurt on 2/21/2015, 8:50 am

Magic wrote:
ColtsKurt wrote:Thanks for this thread.  Made me go back and revisit the greatness that was Led Zeppelin in the 70's.

Incredible stuff.

No doubt one of a kind........ ad I have a couple CD's just to play in the car when I go on a cruise by myself.

I have all the albums with one copy of each in nice condition and several that I played to death like Led Zeppelin I-II-III

In that yahoo video with Page and them playing that remastered version he talked about how the record company complained about that cover for LZ III with the spinning wheel and it is why they made that cover for the Physical Graffiti when they used their own company *Swan Song Records*

I never would have guessed I would get that album the day it came out and 40 years later listen to the new version and see Jimmy Page talking and answering questions on a computer.

To be clear… same everything - original - but remastered to today's standards? clap

Why wouldn't every freaking album ever cut be tweaked like that? wtf

Now you've got me wanting to go find my Angry Eyes (Loggins and Messina)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWYHomQ55to
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Post  BlueShoes1 on 2/21/2015, 10:37 am

To each his own but I never, ever, ever got into Led Zeppelin's stuff to any extent. Other than Stairway to Heaven, I still don't get what all the love is about. Maybe I was too "mature" (compared to you young whips) to understand, huh? Santana, War, Stan Getz, Bread, and Mathis...those represent my electic taste in the 70's.

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Post  Magic on 2/21/2015, 12:20 pm

BlueShoes1 wrote:To each his own but I never, ever, ever got into Led Zeppelin's stuff to any extent.  Other than Stairway to Heaven, I still don't get what all the love is about.  Maybe I was too "mature" (compared to you young whips) to understand, huh?  Santana, War, Stan Getz, Bread, and Mathis...those represent my electic taste in the 70's.

LOVE?

They do have songs about getting some from chicks but Bread is not "mature" and is love with a piano lol

The thing about Led Zeppelin is they wrote lyrics AND are all the best at playing their instruments (unlike that cRap we have today)

You just heard the ones they played on the radio (Stairway to Heaven billions of times)

You are the same age as those guys and I bet you couldn't play a guitar like that in 1968 or the drums like John Bonham! (he was 20) and Jimmy Page was born Jan 9th 1944 and can play anything with strings and is still hard at work clap

Too bad Bonham had to drink vodka for breakfast and ended that (of course Robert Plant has several albums on his own after that)

They did it all from acoustic songs to the Hammer of the Gods from the blues to rock and didn't have 2 pop songs and 8 fillers on every album like the ones you mentioned (Santana is playing one long song on the guitar that never ends and never changes)

AM radio was ok when I was 10 years old wink

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Post  Magic on 2/21/2015, 12:50 pm

ColtsKurt wrote:

To be clear… same everything - original - but remastered to today's standards?   clap

Why wouldn't every freaking album ever cut be tweaked like that?  wtf  

Lots of them do get tweaked when they figure they will sell enough to make a profit and now the guys with lots of money (like Page) do it themselves.

The remastered ones I have are all over 30 years old and were done by Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs when they got to use the original master tapes.

Yeah the one Jimmy Page is doing are slight changes from the originals since he had all the different studio tapes as they first came up with all those songs so the vocals and lines are changed on many of them.

He talked about the one you may remember where after recording the song over and over as they finish you can here an airplane or John Bonham cough after playing the drums for hours and Plant ends the song by saying "Cough" and Page plays a couple extra notes and you can hear the engineer talk and he said that he didn't use that on the new version since it just wouldn't fit in with the new version and I could hear several parts where Plant was using different lines and some of the studio back-vocals.

Page played the bass on a couple too.

If I get a decent turntable I may have to get the new versions since you can get the vinyl and the CD in a package and some other stuff.

He already did the 4 albums before this and said he is now working on the next one *Presence* (1976)

And then the last two *In Through the Out Door* (1979) and *Coda* (1982)....of course Coda was from tapes he had saved since Bonham died in 1980

http://www.ledzeppelin.com/

Glad I got that email from them to watch that first play of the remastered version and see Page and would only be better if I would have been at the studio in London that day (they had some ticket contest) but you still had to pay for the trip.

I haven't listened to this yet so I don't know if it is the REAL remastered version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoonvuGpeO4


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Post  BlueShoes1 on 2/21/2015, 2:56 pm

Magic wrote:
BlueShoes1 wrote:To each his own but I never, ever, ever got into Led Zeppelin's stuff to any extent.  Other than Stairway to Heaven, I still don't get what all the love is about.  Maybe I was too "mature" (compared to you young whips) to understand, huh?  Santana, War, Stan Getz, Bread, and Mathis...those represent my electic taste in the 70's.

LOVE?

They do have songs about getting some from chicks but Bread is not "mature" and is love with a piano lol

The thing about Led Zeppelin is they wrote lyrics AND are all the best at playing their instruments (unlike that cRap we have today)

You just heard the ones they played on the radio (Stairway to Heaven billions of times)

You are the same age as those guys and I bet you couldn't play a guitar like that in 1968 or the drums like John Bonham! (he was 20) and Jimmy Page was born Jan 9th 1944 and can play anything with strings and is still hard at work clap

Too bad Bonham had to drink vodka for breakfast and ended that (of course Robert Plant has several albums on his own after that)

They did it all from acoustic songs to the Hammer of the Gods from the blues to rock and didn't have 2 pop songs and 8 fillers on every album like the ones you mentioned (Santana is playing one long song on the guitar that never ends and never changes)

AM radio was ok when I was 10 years old wink

I was talking about the fans' love for Led Zeppelin, not love-related songs.

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Post  Magic on 2/21/2015, 4:23 pm

BlueShoes1 wrote:

I was talking about the fans' love for Led Zeppelin, not love-related songs.

Well I admit they have millions of those fans......still after 45+ years and a couple love songs about chicks and one about his son that died at about 6 years old (Robert Plants son)

But hey I got one we would both like to see even though he just turned 75 on that very same day as this Led Zeppelin anniversary hellyes

Smokey Robinson is going to be at a casino in Tacoma WA on March 6th and we both must agree he is a legend and one of a kind clap

The closest I see to you on his short tour is Apr 3 • Highland Heights, KY

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Post  ColtsKurt on 2/21/2015, 5:26 pm

BlueShoes1 wrote:To each his own but I never, ever, ever got into Led Zeppelin's stuff to any extent.  Other than Stairway to Heaven, I still don't get what all the love is about.  Maybe I was too "mature" (compared to you young whips) to understand, huh?  Santana, War, Stan Getz, Bread, and Mathis...those represent my electic taste in the 70's.

Santana, War… those both work. So does Sly and the Family Stone. Stanley Clarke, Spiro Gyra (Morning Dance was one of my fans, but they're more 80's). My selections were all over the board… Allman Brothers had to be at the top of my list, though. Probably saw them 4-5 times in concert.
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Post  BlueShoes1 on 2/21/2015, 6:25 pm

Well, technically I'm truly an "oldies" guy since my teen years ran from 1958-1966. I find it interesting that, even after 50 years, when someone says "play some oldies" EVERYONE knows what they mean -- Miracles, Platters, Elvis, Buddy Holly, Rick Nelson, Frankie Avalon, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee, Four Tops, Temptations, Mary Wells, Barbara Lewis, and on, and on and on. Hell, I do my grocery shopping and hear them play songs from that era all the time as background music. Imagine that. Someone must think the music from 50 years ago is still relevant.

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Post  BlueShoes1 on 2/21/2015, 6:28 pm

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BlueShoes1 wrote:

I was talking about the fans' love for Led Zeppelin, not love-related songs.

Well I admit they have millions of those fans......still after 45+ years and a couple love songs about chicks and one about his son that died at about 6 years old (Robert Plants son)

But hey I got one we would both like to see even though he just turned 75 on that very same day as this Led Zeppelin anniversary hellyes

Smokey Robinson is going to be at a casino in Tacoma WA on March 6th and we both must agree he is a legend and one of a kind clap

The closest I see to you on his short tour is Apr 3 • Highland Heights, KY

Believe it or not he's been to Lancaster. We have a place called The American Music Theater about 10 minutes from where I live and they get all sorts of the older generation pop singers. Smokey was there, I believe, within the last year.

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Post  ColtsKurt on 2/21/2015, 7:03 pm

Did his eyes look like tea cup saucers like they did on the Grammy's? Or was it the SNL 40 Special…
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Post  Magic on 2/21/2015, 7:04 pm

BlueShoes1 wrote:

Believe it or not he's been to Lancaster.  We have a place called The American Music Theater about 10 minutes from where I live and they get all sorts of the older generation pop singers.  Smokey was there, I believe, within the last year.  

Yeah I believe that........Lancaster is a famous part of this country and I have old relatives from there in the 1800's

Smokey come by here almost every year but those casinos are not close enough even though the wife would like that too.

8:30 at night in Tacoma is not something for us old timers to do unless they have a nice hotel there too (probably do)

I just hate leaving home for more than a couple hours these days or we would have seen Smokey several times wtf


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Post  cravnravn on 2/22/2015, 3:25 am

Love my Saturday night flashbacks , 5 hrs of hits from the 70's. booya
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Post  Magic on 2/22/2015, 8:52 am

BlueShoes1 wrote:Well, technically I'm truly an "oldies" guy since my teen years ran from 1958-1966.  I find it interesting that, even after 50 years, when someone says "play some oldies" EVERYONE knows what they mean -- Miracles, Platters, Elvis, Buddy Holly, Rick Nelson, Frankie Avalon, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee, Four Tops, Temptations, Mary Wells, Barbara Lewis, and on, and on and on.  Hell, I do my grocery shopping and hear them play songs from that era all the time as background music.  Imagine that.  Someone must think the music from 50 years ago is still relevant.


My wife likes the same stuff as you and bitches every time I play my stuff........and admits she can't hear or understand the lyrics since it is not the 50's and early 60's music where they basically sing a story with that famous "Wall of Sound" in the background.

She has the hearing of a person that sat in front of the speakers at a Black Sabbath concert too many times laughing

At least back then they had a good voice and had studio musicians instead of the trash we have now wtf

Lately I have heard my type of 60's music at some store we shop at which makes it nice and I asked a youngster that works there and he said it was the owner that had that music playing clap

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Post  BlueShoes1 on 2/22/2015, 3:59 pm

Grab your sweetheart (in my case, that was Nancy), slip on out to the middle of the dance floor, wrap her in your arms and dance to this.  How could it get any better?


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