Led Zeppelin / Mobile 1973 / 2CDR / Non Label
Municipal Audorium Mobile Alabama USA 13th May 1973.
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A sound board recording of the 6th North American tour performance, Mobile Performance, which was held from May to July 1973 to coincide with the release of “Houses Of The Holy”. In the olden days, from Midas’ “Goin’Mobile”, many items using the sound source (same source) that was on the market as 1GEN from the master have been released among traders until now (matching the pitch). There were some that weren’t available, and some that had a strong hiss due to repeated dubbing.) This time, I packaged using a digitized version of the 2GEN cassette that was recently released on the net. (Dazed And Confused 20:30 Noise removal, pitch is just adjusted) Normally, it is natural to think that 2GEN is inferior to 1GEN in sound quality, but when listening to a very natural and edgy sound , I don’t know which is the low gene. (As is the case with this case, the sound quality of 1GEN stored on reel was clearly better than that of what was said to be the master of “Destroyer”.) For audience sources, along with the taper name, generation management information However, in the case of a sound board, it is difficult to grasp the actual situation because it is not possible to reveal who the taper is or who currently owns the master. (It is still unknown who actually owns the mobile master, and it is completely unknown whether this 2GEN tape was really dubbed twice …) In any case, as long as it was adopted at this time It is truly impressive to be able to enjoy the whole body of play with ideal sound quality, such as “No Quarter”, which is progressive and has a trip feeling. A must-have item for fans who can enjoy the classic mobile performance (sorry that it is incompletely recorded) with the highest sound quality ever, is now available as a gift!
★ Please check the “Live File” excerpt below for the details of the concert.
Mobile performance of the 6th tour performance. There are a lot of SBD recordings left from this tour, but you can clearly hear John Bonham doing something difficult on “Celebration Day”, the earliest of them. The entwined John Paul’s base gives a wonderful sense of dynamism. After playing “Black Dog”, MC has entered from the plant, and at this point it can be seen that “Over The Hills And Far Away” is no longer played in the medley. In that “Over The Hills And Far Away”, the voice of the plant was turned inside out, so maybe it would have been better for the plant to play in medley format. “Dazed And Confused” is more funky and wonderful to play by John Paul than John Bonham. Jimmy Page’s search for the decisive phrase in the guitar solo of “Stairway To Heaven” is also realistically captured.