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Led Zeppelin - "Where The Wind Come's Sweepin' Down The Plain: Raw Recording"
August, 21st, 1970, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tulsa Assembly Center
Raw Audience Recording, (A Group/Personal Project), Part 1 of 2

Lineage:

Raw Recording: "Tulsa Assembly Center", (No Label), Master > DAT > CDR.wav > Multi frontend v0.983 beta[Level 6] > Flac

Label: N/A
Original Taper: N/A

This is a Group/Personal Project by "The Upperclass Twits Of The Year", The 7th son, Joel, Porgie, Mark, Grendel, Mike, And Acapulco Gold.

We hope that everyone here who picks this up will enjoy this, and will pass it along, and share it with others, or just pass, the choice is yours.

This is not meant to be a "Definitive" recording.

Cheers and thanks go out to:

- The taper for taping and sharing their recording with the community, if you're out there, and happen to pick this up, we hope that you'll enjoy what we've done.

- Ton185 and PMonk for sharing the master transfer with the community.

- My mate Porgie for always helping me out with these projects.

- My mate Mark for all his help and hard work on making artwork for these projects.

Discs One + Two, (Raw Recording):

Disc One:

1) Introduction (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
2) Immigrant Song (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
3) Heartbreaker
4) Dazed And Confused (Includes: "White Summer/Black Mountain Side")
5) Bring It On Home
6) That's The Way (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
7) Bron-Yr-Aur
8) Since I've Been Loving You (Has A Small Tape Cut, And Tape Flux)

Disc Two:

1) Organ Solo
2) Thank You
3) What Is And What Should Never Be
4) Moby Dick
5) Whole Lotta Love (Medley) (Small Tape Cut At The End Of Song)
Includes:
- Boogie Chillen
- Trucking Little Mama
- Bottle Up And Go
- Matchbox
- I'll Be Yours,You Be Mine
- Heartbeat
- The Lemon Song
- That's Alright Mama

6) Communication Breakdown

Enjoy!

Please Do Not Convert To Lossy Formats
Please Do Not Sell
Please Share With Others

Notes:

This project is something I've personally been wanting to do for sometime, this show is one of my favourites from the 1970 North American Tour.

It's an excellent performance (and recording) that's very overlooked, and under appreciated for it's merits.

In regards to the performance, to quote from Argenteumastrum.com:

"A really great, virtuoso concert from the whole band! Lots of little surprises here, including a rare version of White Summer played by Jimmy at the end of Dazed And Confused! Immigrant Song has some excellent war cries from Plant."

In regards to the recording, and it's sound quality:

The show starts out kind of rough, possibly due to the taper getting settled in and setting up their equipment, but clears up after "Immigrant song", and stays pretty much consistent throughout the entire show.

The tape sounds like it was recorded from a slight distance from the stage, but does have a pretty decent mix of all the instruments.

I guess a possible reason why this show isn't held in as high regard as other shows from the 1970 North American Tour (i.e: Inglewood, (9-4-70), Honolulu, (9-670), New York, (9-19-70), is because there were a few issues with the venues p.a system acting up throughout the concert.

The venues p.a system would cut out, and have brief moments of feedback.

This is indeed something that can be annoying, and can hinder someone's listening experience, but these issues are really beyond the band's control, and they dealt with these issues rather calmy, they just kept playing, and tried to work around them, and I think they did it beautifully.

Plant called attention to these issues during the "Whole Lotta Love" medley, calling on the audience to repeat after himself:

"Everybody Say P.A Is Crap!", a very funny moment.

In regards to the title:

The title comes from the 1st line of Rogers and Hammersteins title track from the musical "Oklahoma!".

We thought it sounded quite clever and catchy, it has/makes a connection to the state where the show takes place, and it's apart of their culture (I might be wrong about this fact, if I am, I apologize in advance, but I read that "Oklahoma!" is the "state song").

We also wanted to use the musical "Oklahoma!" in the title of the project because no one had used/made reference to it before.

Previous releases have made reference to songs about Tulsa (i.e: Tarantura's "Tulsa Hillbilly"), but no one had used/made a reference to the Rogers And Hammerstein musical, so we thought we'd throw our hats into the ring.

We hope that everyone here will enjoy this.

Cheers

Led Zeppelin - "Where The Wind Come's Sweepin' Down The Plain: Remastered Recording"
August, 21st, 1970, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tulsa Assembly Center
Remastered Audience Recordings, (A Group/Personal Project), Part 2 of 2

Lineage:

Remastered Recording: "Tulsa Assembley Center", (No Label), Master > DAT > CDR.wav > Multi frontend v0.983 beta[Level 6] > Flac > TLH, Decode > WAV > Remaster > Flac Frontend, Encoding Options, Level.8, Align On SBE'S > Flac (All Tracks Tested With TLH, No Errors Occured)

Label: N/A
Original Taper: N/A

Contrast Clause:

- This particular release has different lineage than the version posted below, this is a fan made remastered version of the raw tape source posted below:
www.dimeadozen.org :: EzTorrent v0.7.0r484 :: Login

- This particular release is part 2 of a 2 part series, the version posted below is part 1 of the 2 part series:
www.dimeadozen.org :: EzTorrent v0.7.0r484 :: Login


This is a Group/Personal Project by "The Upperclass Twits Of The Year", The 7th son, Joel, Porgie, Mark, Grendel, Mike, And Acapulco Gold.

We hope that everyone here who picks this up will enjoy this, and will pass it along, and share it with others, or just pass, the choice is yours.

This is not meant to be a "Definitive" recording.

Cheers and thanks go out to:

- The taper for taping and sharing their recording with the community, if you're out there, and happen to pick this up, we hope that you'll enjoy what we've done.

- Ton185 and PMonk for sharing the master transfer with the community.

- My mate Porgie for always helping me out with these projects.

- My mate Mark for all his help and hard work on making artwork for these projects.


Discs Three + Four, (Remastered Recording):

Disc Three:

1) Introduction (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
2) Immigrant Song (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
3) Heartbreaker
4) Dazed And Confused (Includes: "White Summer/Black Mountain Side")
5) Bring It On Home
6) That's The Way (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
7) Bron-Yr-Aur
8) Since I've Been Loving You (Has A Small Tape Cut, And Tape Flux)

Disc Four:

1) Organ Solo
2) Thank You
3) What Is And What Should Never Be
4) Moby Dick
5) Whole Lotta Love (Medley) (Small Tape Cut At The End Of Song)
Includes:
- Boogie Chillen
- Trucking Little Mama
- Bottle Up And Go
- Matchbox
- I'll Be Yours,You Be Mine
- Heartbeat
- The Lemon Song
- That's Alright Mama

6) Communication Breakdown

Enjoy!

Please Do Not Convert To Lossy Formats
Please Do Not Sell
Please Share With Others

Notes:

This project is something I've personally been wanting to do for sometime, this show is one of my favourites from the 1970 North American Tour.

It's an excellent performance (and recording) that's very overlooked, and under appreciated for it's merits.

In regards to the performance, to quote from Argenteumastrum.com:

"A really great, virtuoso concert from the whole band! Lots of little surprises here, including a rare version of White Summer played by Jimmy at the end of Dazed And Confused! Immigrant Song has some excellent war cries from Plant."

In regards to the recording, and it's sound quality:

The show starts out kind of rough, possibly due to the taper getting settled in and setting up their equipment, but clears up after "Immigrant song", and stays pretty much consistent throughout the entire show.

The tape sounds like it was recorded from a slight distance from the stage, but does have a pretty decent mix of all the instruments.

I guess a possible reason why this show isn't held in as high regard as other shows from the 1970 North American Tour (i.e: Inglewood, (9-4-70), Honolulu, (9-670), New York, (9-19-70), is because there were a few issues with the venues p.a system acting up throughout the concert.

The venues p.a system would cut out, and have brief moments of feedback.

This is indeed something that can be annoying, and can hinder someone's listening experience, but these issues are really beyond the band's control, and they dealt with these issues rather calmy, they just kept playing, and tried to work around them, and I think they did it beautifully.

Plant called attention to these issues during the "Whole Lotta Love" medley, calling on the audience to repeat after himself:

"Everybody Say P.A Is Crap!", a very funny moment.

What we've done to make the remaster:

- We've brought the volume down slightly, the raw recording was running a little too hot, creating some slight distortion/peaking, so we've tried to reduce that in the remaster.

- We've tried to balance the instruments as best we could. Originally, the vocals and guitar were coming in a little stronger than the other instruments, we've tried to create more of a balanced sound to the recording.

- We've tried to bring out things that were buried in the raw recording, (comments, clapping, cheering).

- We've tried to bring out more of the ambiance of the recording, to try and give listeners a sense of the venue, and what the taper experienced.

- We've tried to reduce as much tape hiss as possible.

In regards to the title:

The title comes from the 1st line of Rogers and Hammersteins title track from the musical "Oklahoma!".

We thought it sounded quite clever and catchy, it has/makes a connection to the state where the show takes place, and it's apart of their culture (I might be wrong about this fact, if I am, I apologize in advance, but I read that "Oklahoma!" is the "state song").

We also wanted to use the musical "Oklahoma!" in the title of the project because no one had used/made reference to it before.

Previous releases have made reference to songs about Tulsa (i.e: Tarantura's "Tulsa Hillbilly"), but no one had used/made a reference to the Rogers And Hammerstein musical, so we thought we'd throw our hats into the ring.

We hope that everyone here will enjoy this.

Cheers



Led Zeppelin - "Where The Wind Come's Sweepin' Down The Plain: Remastered Recording"
August, 21st, 1970, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tulsa Assembly Center
Remastered Audience Recordings, (A Group/Personal Project), Part 2 of 2

Lineage:

Remastered Recording: "Tulsa Assembley Center", (No Label), Master > DAT > CDR.wav > Multi frontend v0.983 beta[Level 6] > Flac > TLH, Decode > WAV > Remaster > Flac Frontend, Encoding Options, Level.8, Align On SBE'S > Flac (All Tracks Tested With TLH, No Errors Occured)

Label: N/A
Original Taper: N/A

Contrast Clause:

- This particular release has different lineage than the version posted below, this is a fan made remastered version of the raw tape source posted below:
www.dimeadozen.org :: EzTorrent v0.7.0r484 :: Login

- This particular release is part 2 of a 2 part series, the version posted below is part 1 of the 2 part series:
www.dimeadozen.org :: EzTorrent v0.7.0r484 :: Login


This is a Group/Personal Project by "The Upperclass Twits Of The Year", The 7th son, Joel, Porgie, Mark, Grendel, Mike, And Acapulco Gold.

We hope that everyone here who picks this up will enjoy this, and will pass it along, and share it with others, or just pass, the choice is yours.

This is not meant to be a "Definitive" recording.

Cheers and thanks go out to:

- The taper for taping and sharing their recording with the community, if you're out there, and happen to pick this up, we hope that you'll enjoy what we've done.

- Ton185 and PMonk for sharing the master transfer with the community.

- My mate Porgie for always helping me out with these projects.

- My mate Mark for all his help and hard work on making artwork for these projects.


Discs Three + Four, (Remastered Recording):

Disc Three:

1) Introduction (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
2) Immigrant Song (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
3) Heartbreaker
4) Dazed And Confused (Includes: "White Summer/Black Mountain Side")
5) Bring It On Home
6) That's The Way (Has A Few Quick Tape Fluxes)
7) Bron-Yr-Aur
8) Since I've Been Loving You (Has A Small Tape Cut, And Tape Flux)

Disc Four:

1) Organ Solo
2) Thank You
3) What Is And What Should Never Be
4) Moby Dick
5) Whole Lotta Love (Medley) (Small Tape Cut At The End Of Song)
Includes:
- Boogie Chillen
- Trucking Little Mama
- Bottle Up And Go
- Matchbox
- I'll Be Yours,You Be Mine
- Heartbeat
- The Lemon Song
- That's Alright Mama

6) Communication Breakdown

Enjoy!

Please Do Not Convert To Lossy Formats
Please Do Not Sell
Please Share With Others

Notes:

This project is something I've personally been wanting to do for sometime, this show is one of my favourites from the 1970 North American Tour.

It's an excellent performance (and recording) that's very overlooked, and under appreciated for it's merits.

In regards to the performance, to quote from Argenteumastrum.com:

"A really great, virtuoso concert from the whole band! Lots of little surprises here, including a rare version of White Summer played by Jimmy at the end of Dazed And Confused! Immigrant Song has some excellent war cries from Plant."

In regards to the recording, and it's sound quality:

The show starts out kind of rough, possibly due to the taper getting settled in and setting up their equipment, but clears up after "Immigrant song", and stays pretty much consistent throughout the entire show.

The tape sounds like it was recorded from a slight distance from the stage, but does have a pretty decent mix of all the instruments.

I guess a possible reason why this show isn't held in as high regard as other shows from the 1970 North American Tour (i.e: Inglewood, (9-4-70), Honolulu, (9-670), New York, (9-19-70), is because there were a few issues with the venues p.a system acting up throughout the concert.

The venues p.a system would cut out, and have brief moments of feedback.

This is indeed something that can be annoying, and can hinder someone's listening experience, but these issues are really beyond the band's control, and they dealt with these issues rather calmy, they just kept playing, and tried to work around them, and I think they did it beautifully.

Plant called attention to these issues during the "Whole Lotta Love" medley, calling on the audience to repeat after himself:

"Everybody Say P.A Is Crap!", a very funny moment.

What we've done to make the remaster:

- We've brought the volume down slightly, the raw recording was running a little too hot, creating some slight distortion/peaking, so we've tried to reduce that in the remaster.

- We've tried to balance the instruments as best we could. Originally, the vocals and guitar were coming in a little stronger than the other instruments, we've tried to create more of a balanced sound to the recording.

- We've tried to bring out things that were buried in the raw recording, (comments, clapping, cheering).

- We've tried to bring out more of the ambiance of the recording, to try and give listeners a sense of the venue, and what the taper experienced.

- We've tried to reduce as much tape hiss as possible.

In regards to the title:

The title comes from the 1st line of Rogers and Hammersteins title track from the musical "Oklahoma!".

We thought it sounded quite clever and catchy, it has/makes a connection to the state where the show takes place, and it's apart of their culture (I might be wrong about this fact, if I am, I apologize in advance, but I read that "Oklahoma!" is the "state song").

We also wanted to use the musical "Oklahoma!" in the title of the project because no one had used/made reference to it before.

Previous releases have made reference to songs about Tulsa (i.e: Tarantura's "Tulsa Hillbilly"), but no one had used/made a reference to the Rogers And Hammerstein musical, so we thought we'd throw our hats into the ring.

We hope that everyone here will enjoy this.

Cheers


Artist: Led Zeppelin

Date: 1970, August 21 - Friday

Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Venue: Civic Center

Recordings: Audience

Lineage: Master>DAT>CDR.wav>Multi frontend v0.983 beta[Level 6]>Flac

Setlist:

Disc 1

1. Band Introduction
2. Immigrant Song
3. Heartbreaker
4. Dazed and Confused (includes White Summer)
5. Bring It On Home
6. That’s the Way
7. Bron-Yr-Aur
8. Since I’ve Been Loving You


Disc 2
1. organ solo
2. Thank You
3. What Is and What Should Never Be
4. Moby Dick
5. Whole Lotta Love
6. Communication Breakdown

Audio .wav provided by ton185 and converted to flac, tags added and torrented by pmonk

Led Zep - 1970-08-21 - Where The Wind Come\'s Sweepin\' Down The Plain - A GPP.zip - FileFactory

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