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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1971.11.16 Led Zeppelin Ipswich England Feelin' Groovy Definitive Edition

1971.11.16
Led Zeppelin
Ipswich England
Feelin' Groovy Definitive Edition

Here is the link
https://mega.nz/#!r5BgmZzZ!VC9K9qgif2sv77sCfrK6bHEj_0zGdRSgY16BxoL8elI
Bootleg Title: Feelin' Groovy Definitive Edition
Bootleg Label: Empress Valley Supreme Disc (EVSD)

Audience Recording
Sound: Mono 7-8

Notes from Underground Uprising:
This new release uses what is believed to be a fourth(!) source tape
from the Ipswich, UK show of 17 November 1971. Previous versions of
this show on bootleg included "Two Penny Upright", "Over the 12 Foot
End", "Ipswich 1971" (TDOLZ), and the original "Feelin' Groovy"
(Empress Valley). One or both of two original good/very good source
tapes were used for the first 3 titles mentioned. "Feelin' Groovy"
used a near excellent third source tape. All sources were not
complete, missing at least the last 5 minutes of the WLL medley and
any encores.This new fourth source tape is very good in quality and
is the 2nd best of the four. All instruments are very clear. Plant
seems at bit low in the mix, but that may be the result of the PA
system. The recording "crumbles" with the band's sheer volume at a
couple of points, mainly the first crashing notes of songs such as
R&R and BD. What makes this source special is that the WLL medley is
complete for the first time and two encore tracks are presented, the
rarely played "Weekend" and The even rarer "Gallows Pole". "Gallow's
Pole", like it's previous appearance on a bootleg recording at
Copenhagen from the previous May, seems to be played by Page on his
Gibson double-neck guitar. This version is similar to the Copenhagen
one, with Bonzo underlining the end of each verse with drum crashes.
The band seems rather confident with this version (which is amazing,
considering how infrequently this song was played live) and Page's
guitar noodling at the end of the song is shorter than that at
Copenhagen. With the improved recording quality, compared to Copenhagen,
this track is a real pleasure, IMO.As for the rest of the CD, STH, TTW,
and Tangerine appear to be missing on the new source tape. Empress
Valley used the near excellent source from its previous version of
this show for STH and TTW, but inexplicably Tangerine is from one
of the original source tapes and is distant and muddy sounding. It
they tried, Empress Valley could have released this new source on
two discs, as Plant's dialogue and the opening notes of WLL are
included at the end of disc two and repeated at the beginning of
disc three.


DISC ONE:
1. Immigrant Song
2. Heartbreaker
3. Black Dog
4. Since I've Been Loving You
5. Rock and Roll
6. Stairway to Heaven
7. Going To California
8. That's The Way
9. Tangerine

DISC TWO:
1. Dazed And Confused
2. What Is And What Should Never Be
3. Celebration Day

DISC THREE:
1. Whole Lotta Love
2. Weekend
3. Gallows Pole

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