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Re: Zep DVD

6/23/2003 10:27 AM
Re: Zep DVD
This DVD shows just how a great band that recorded great music can get away with being perfectly sloppy live (particularly Page). They did do a great job restoring the sound for the most part. Is anyone else's Royal Albert Hall stuff on the disc one extras completely out of sync on the video and music? Hard to watch that part. Those TV shows are a hoot, though!  
6/23/2003 10:32 AM
John Bonham's solo on Moby Dick wasn't sloppy!
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6/24/2003 12:54 AM

True enough Paul! Bonham and Jones were the one real good constant for the most part. I should have mentioned that I only watched DVD one. (I think the many Dazed and Confused's got me maybe...a littled dazed and confused). I just finished DVD two. WHOA!! Any comment I made about sloppy on the first DVD....throw that out the window for the second one. Earl's Court stuff is especially killer. (Trampled Underfoot gave me chills, and Page's slide Dano was particularly cool). Disc 2 is worth the price of admission for me. Actually the whole thing is interesting to see how things progressed.  
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