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Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Led Zeppelin - BBC Sessions 1969-1971 {Remastered & Complete} [A Prof. Stoned Comp]















 
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75 comments:

  1. Has Christmas arrived early ? ...... many thanks for this and all your brilliant work Prof

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  2. Thanks for all your great work that you do!!

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  3. Fantastic, thank you once again from Scotland

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  4. Thanks for compiling this great collection! Much appreciated. -- Ted

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  5. Thank you for your hard work!

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  6. So Cool!! Thanks for this and all your great work!

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  7. So Cool!! Thanks for this and all your great work!

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  8. excellent follow for the Hendrix BBC set! Many, MANY thanks!

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  9. Oh, words can't express my gratitude for your wonderful work. Thank you once again Professor!

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  10. My goodness, this is such a great surprise! Many thanks Prof. Stoned!

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  11. Thanks for setting the record straight, Prof! I look forward to giving this a whirl.

    - Joaquin Antique

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  12. What a great surprise, thank you for all of your hard work!

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  13. This is a fantastic compilation of the BBC shows that Zep did! The sound is brighter than the official release and way more complete! Hat's Off to you sir!

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  14. Great job!!!!! Thanks for doing what Jimmy Page didn't do!

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  15. Prof, Thanks again for showing how to do the job right ! ... Cheers !

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  16. Mucho thanks Señor Prof...

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  17. Great stuff, Prof, many thanks.

    Dubley

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  18. Your hard work is very much appreciated!

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  19. Thanks, and I hope you are well!

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  20. Thank you profstoned for all these interesting offers. Much appreciated.

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  21. Thanks, it's much appreciated!

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  22. This is excellent. Thank you for your work on this and sharing it.

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  23. Thank you very much

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  24. Interested in checking out your work! I put together a set last year that totals out to 4:11:40, but I don't think it's made the rounds, yet.

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  25. this is fantastic. thanks very much

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  26. Excellent work and project! Thanks for sharing it with us. I just recently found your site and plan to spend some time looking. Thanks for the work again and take care...

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  27. Your results are essential for any collection, Superb and greatly appreciated. Thanks for including the numbers from EV as well!

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  28. Always look forward to and very much appreciate your hard work and willingness to share it!

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  29. Thank you for the great sounds!!!

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  30. Excellent stuff, thanks!

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  31. another Scottish thank you Prof.

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  32. Led Zeppelin are overrated blues song stealers imo how sympathetic I find profstoned

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  33. See also Taurus by Spirit and be angry

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  34. Randy California wasn't angry, so why should anybody be?

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  35. This is great. I joked to my buddy: have you seen the new SDE version of the BBC Led Zeppelin material? ;-) I *love* all the little extra studio/interview bits. Another homerun, Prof Stoned. Thank you very much!!

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  36. Happiness, no more sad
    Happiness alright.
    Thank You

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  37. Many thanks for Led Zep! Prof. Sound is super, and HiRes too!!

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  38. Hey Prof, thanks for this. Question, though. You mentioned 2 stereo mixes of the Paris Theatre show. The boot I'm familiar with has the vocals hard in one channel. Would this be the original mix? And you had said 8-track for this recording? wow, the Beeb really went full out, as weren't they still doing mono only until late 1970? Fantstic work as always. Thanks.

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  39. Hi. The original mix has the vocals panned to the left, drums and guitar to the right and bass in the middle. I had to use a 30 sec fragment of it in the WLL medley.

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  40. The 1st time through, I just listened to the whole thing en masse. This time, I'm listening by session. Each session stands out a little more that way. I think it's super cool that with the interview with Chris Grant, Jimmy and JPJ are pestered each to get "on mike" so they can be heard. That kind of detail is awesome ...

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  41. thankyou thankyou THANKYOU! lovely stuff.

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  42. Wow. So glad your posting again. Thank you!

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  43. Thank you for all your hard work and effort!

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  44. Thanks again for yet another great BBC compilation.

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  45. Oh man, you're the best. Cheers Prof.

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  46. Awesome! I've been hoping for an upgrade of the complete 1971 concert - I only had the official parts in the better mix.

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  47. I'm in Zep mood and am looking forward to hearing your work here. thanks Prof

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  48. Thank you! Your work's appreciated, as always.

    Merry Christmas :)

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  49. This is great. Thank you so much.

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  50. This is gonna be my go to version. Thank you for presenting this the way it should have been.

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  51. thanks Professor!

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  52. Thanks Prof! I had the Playhouse Theatre and Paris Theatre shows on vinyl bootleg back in the day. I still have the Playhouse Theatre show, but sadly purged my vinyl in the mid-90's (HUGE mistake!). Every version of the Paris Theatre show was cut after Mess of Blues. I'm thrilled to have the material that was cut on the official release put back in. I also have The Swingin' Pig CD of the Playhouse Theatre show and always thought it sounded better than the official release. Plus it has the "It's Your Thing" section in Communication Breakdown.

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  53. Thank you for all the work you put into your rips and into crafting these compilations. This is the definitive BBC Zep as far as I'm concerned!

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  54. Great release, thank you very much again.

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  55. First, I want to thank you for all your great work and monumental dedication. Your generosity is incredible, your research is impeccable and your taste in music is very similar to mine. That said, I just got a new version of the 1971 April 1 performance that appears to be more complete than yours. The info text file begins:

    Main source: The Complete BBC Sessions, 2016, Atlantic/Rhino official release
    Patching source: BBC in Concert, Forever Standard Series FSS 99-005 - courtesy of pernod (thanks!)

    Patched-in sections (timings approximate)
    1. Truckin' Little Mama - 6:00-7:27.5
    2. For What It's Worth - 10:42-12:10.5
    3. Honey Bee - 14:25-18:35

    The info continues in great detail, stating that the patched sources were tweaked in several ways including amplification, fixing the stereo image disparity EQ'ing the patch source, etc. I can send you the complete info and/or privately share the music files if you like.

    I hope you find this useful. Thanks again for everything.
    -Mahavishnu Floyd

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    1. Please check my source info, my version is complete and made up from the best sources. The above mentioned is inferior to mine, because the official version is heavily edited and should not be used as the basic source. I needed only 1min from the FFS source.

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  56. Professor, what's another word for pirate treasure?

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  57. I was looking for the best-sounding version of the BBC sessions, but both 1997 and 2016 were a disappointment for me (especially CD 1). I was incredibly lucky to come across your work. Love the sound and the extra material. Thank you so much!

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