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Name:[Guest Torrent] Led Zeppelin Southampton 1973 TomP Remaster

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Last Updated: 2017-07-29 15:22:17 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-23 18:24:00



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 Live In Southampton 1973 info.txt

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 Led Zeppelin - 15 - How Many More Times.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 14 - Thank You.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 13 - Organ Solo.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 12 - Heartbreaker.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 11 - Whole Lotta Love Medley.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 10 - Stairway To Heaven.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 09 - Dazed And Confused.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 08 - The Rain Song.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 07 - The Song Remains The Same.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 06 - Dancing Days.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 05 - Since I've Been Loving You.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 04 - Misty Mountain Hop.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 03 - Black Dog.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 02 - Over The Hills And Far Away.flac

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 Led Zeppelin - 01 - Rock and Roll.flac

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Led Zeppelin - Old Refectory, University, Southampton, England 22nd January 1973
Led Zeppelin (CMI > TomP REMASTER)
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Old Refectory, University, Southampton, England 22nd January 1973

Recorded by Eddie Kramer
Mixed by Kevin Shirley

Source: rough multitrack mix-down
Lineage: EVSD Silver CD->FLAC->WAV->Remaster->FLAC

Originally Remastered by CMI Music in August 2008

Poseted on Lossless Legs by terrapincane - thanks !!
http://www.shnflac.net/details.php?id=df9195c14d1910adda45a95624542634742f8091

Changes made (Nero 8 unless indicated):
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Corrected -0.03msec phase shift
Cross-mixed all tracks (ratio 96:4)
Noise print NR at very low setting, to take edge off hiss & fix slight buzz without affecting SQ
Very slight EQ, +2dB treble
Slight expansion (from 0dB @ 0dB to -2dB @ -20dB) undoing over-compression (Audition 3)
Minor clip reduction in a few places (Audition 3)
Fixed hundreds of volume and balance fluctuations
Fixed lots more glitches, clicks, mic bumps, feedback squeels and drop-outs
Combined tracks for editing, cut a few short periods of complte silence and Re-tracked to avoid SBEs

Flac > Nero > TLH > you

Quality: Ex performance, A+ SQ (would be more except for a little hiss remaining)
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I've downloaded many, many Led Zep recordings and have been surprised at just how few are decent sound
quality, either because of strange soundboard mixes (where Page is often near inaudible) or mostly
high generation copies.

Well at last, IMHO this is the best recording I've found, with the exception of course of the great
BBC Live Official 2CD set. The only ones that come close have been the thir13en remasters of Vancouver
1975 and Frankfurt 1980, with highly rated others like St Louis 1975 some way behind those. I'm not a
completist, so I would welcome enthusiasts posting with similar or better SQ. There is also a thir13en
remaster of this same concert, but that sounds a little thin compared to this version.

My original source was remastered by CMI, with whom I'm not familiar to me but did a great job, except
for over-enthusiastic compression that pumped up levels and made it difficult to separate instruments.
I was able to undo some of this, along with other significant editing (above).

Now it sounds truly great. Performance is top notch with a great set list including several golden
oldies and for once you can hear Jimmy Page's guitar in all its true glory, making this for me the best
Led Zeppelin recording ever...

...Enjoy !!

Original info (with amended track times) >>>>

Total Time: 02:32:09

CD 1 (76:41):

01 - Rock And Roll (4.00)
02 - Over The Hills And Far Away (6.34)
03 - Black Dog (5.41)
04 - Misty Mountain Hop (4.34)
05 - Since I've Been Loving You (8.24)
06 - Dancing Days (4.30)
07 - The Song Remains The Same (5.34)
08 - The Rain Song (9.05)
09 - Dazed And Confused (28.17)

CD 2 (75:28):

10 - Stairway To Heaven (12.01)
11 - Whole Lotta Love Medley (27.11)
> Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
> Boogie Chillun’
> Baby I Don't Care
> Let's Have A Party
> I Can't Quit You Baby
> Applause for Encore (4min)
12 - Heartbreaker > Applause (11.33)
13 - Organ Solo (3.17)
14 - Thank You (9.36)
15 - How Many More Times (8.15)
16 - Communication Breakdown (3.33)

Comments:
This is my remastered version of this great recording and is made using definitive raw version
of this source from Empress Velley "Live At Southampton - Working Tapes" release. For all who might
doesn't know, first leaked R-O version is basically the EV version with some glitches already edited
out and with some digital errors (bad CDR copy) on it in addition. "Dancing Days" track is an example.

I fixed all glitches and crackles. Also all three gaps in recording were fixed. No EQ and no Noise
Reduction were aplied. Modern standard dynamic compression was applied, so now it sounds as loud and
powerful as HTWWW.

All tracks are re-indexed.

BTW, Winston Remaster of this show is great but it sounds so different to the original. Also his
mistake is the usage of Presence's source.

http://www.mindwarppavilion.org/

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