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Thursday, November 12, 2015

1975.03.21 Led Zeppelin Seattle 3.45 The Marathon Two Source Mix FLAC

Led Zeppelin - 1975-03-21
Venue: Seattle Center Coliseum
City: Seattle
State: Washington
Country: USA
Title: 3.45 (The Marathon)
Quality: EX- Audience
No. of CDs: 4
Comments: Full concert compiled from two remastered sources,
- the first one from "Rock And Roll" to the first 2 mins of "Stairway To Heaven" (that I left included at the end of Disc 3)
- the second for the whole Disc 4 and a small patch of the intro.

The raw transfer of the Stan G. source has some speed and pitch issues and the sound is way too bright with not much bottom end.
The other source is nice sounding overall but runs too slow and has parts where the sound is duller.

Here is the link

Total Time: 3:45:03

Disc 1

01. Rock And Roll (6:05)
02. Sick Again (6:51)
03. Over The Hills And Far Away (9:03)
04. In My Time Of Dying (13:01)
05. The Song Remains The Same (5:25)
06. The Rain Song (9:30)
07. Kashmir (9:31)

Disc 2

08. No Quarter (26:53)
09. Since I've Been Loving You (9:33)
10. Trampled Underfoot (10:32)
11. Moby Dick (26:39)

Disc 3

12. Dazed And Confused (includes "For What It's Worth", "Woodstock") (44:25)
13. Stairway To Heaven (cut, end of Stan G. source) (2:41)

Disc 4

14. Stairway To Heaven (15:44)
15. Whole Lotta Love (includes "The Crunge") (10:30)
16. Black Dog (5:34)
17. Communication Breakdown (2:47)
18. Heartbreaker (10:18)

Main Source:
RtR Master > Cassette > Cassette > [Denon DR-M12HX cassette deck>Tascam DA-P1] DAT > [SPDIF Tascam DA 30 MKII>ECHO MIA] WAV

2nd Source (Disc 4):
1st gen>WAV

All files encoded from WAV to FLAC.

Credit goes to Led Zeppelin, the taper and to Charles and Andrew.

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