I tried uploading this show (5th attempt this time, as I head to bed to sleep tonight) to FileFactory on 2012-07-20. But after the uploads "finished", I kept getting a FF "no hashfile..." error message each time and had to try again. So the text below was written and ready to go yesterday technically. But by now, it became tomorrow. So now it was 43 years and one day ago! Anyhow...
Here's another Led Zeppelin
show for the day. This one is from a Cleveland show 43 years ago today. This one is sourced from the master reel-to-reel recording to a second generation cassette tape that was then digitally transferred. It's a good sounding show.
The show has a great crowd with no chatter going on. And the band puts on an excellent show too. During "White Summer/Black Mountain Side", close to the end, the left channel drops out for a little bit (a few minutes). And "You Shook Me" is cut just a little short of the ending. This show would make an excellent remastering project, and with just a little cleanup, it could sound much better (not that it sounds bad). I may try to remaster this one myself later.
I left the original text file for this show intact (other than correcting a misspelled word and renaming of the file) :-) It doesn't really give any more explanation than I just did, but I left for those curious people (like myself) who might want it.
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: July 20th, 1969
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Title: 20-Jul-69 Cleveland
Size: 368 MB
Quality: B (with a little hiss removal it could be a B+ easily)
01. Train Kept A Rollin'
02. I can't Quit You Baby
03. Dazed And Confused
04. White Summer/Black Mountain Side
05. You Shook Me
06. How Many More Times
As the original uploader's text file states, this is probably an incomplete show. But it is a good sounding show and John Paul Jones' bass is strong and clean in this recording. Come to think of it, all band members can be heard very well. I really enjoyed this show the first (and every) time I heard it.
Enjoy the show...