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New Led Zeppelin box set from Godfather

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Due in early November, Throwing The Wild Seeds: Nassau Coliseum 1975 Complete Tapes is the latest box set from Godfather that will feature Led Zeppelin’s two night stand at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. This will be a 6CD set that will contain both the February 13th & 14th, 1975 shows from soundboard recordings and a 20 page booklet with two minature tour posters.

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Led Faces Over Coliseum will features the February 13th, 1975 show on the first three discs. Ron Wood joins for the encore, Communication Breakdown.

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Few Hours With St. Valentine will features the February 14th, 1975 show on the last three discs.

 

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3 comments

  1. Godfather has remastered these tapes as opposed to leaving them raw like empress. The show from the 14th sounds similar to the ev version but the show from the 13th is an almost flawless master, the drums sound to me like How the West Was Won legit release. Godfather is gone now morphing into Eat a Peach but released some beautiful box sets in their time, this box comes with a booklet that includes pictures and fan liner notes, two posters, one is the tour program cover and one is a repro of the actual concert advert poster that includes newspaper articles on the reverse, picture discs, and a budget price. One of the most exquisite Zep releases ever and this type of release from GF may have given EV the impetus to up their packaging scheme with their recent box set releases. I store mine in a Crown Royal bag.

  2. got this on order. Cant wait. The wife doesn’t know but it will be a Zeppelin Christmas..lol..

  3. Wow! I am after Feb 13 and need to say the quality is outstanding! I expected quite the same level the label did with New York Feb. 12th, 1975 but this box set has even more fuller and more natural sound. Maybe drums are a tiny bit too panoramic in some aspects but overall it sounds just like the official release now! The sound is warm and punchy and reminds those Earl’s Court tracks from the DVD. The artwork is very nice, having that awesome Pagey’s photo with violin bow drowned in dry ice and with big loop on him. Fantastic. I wouldn’t be surprised if their next release will contain similar content.

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