If you want to sell them all in one go to a dealer, you will get maybe a third of an eBay price, because they will want to make a profit also. I thought it was essential to have mixes from the time, because you've got the mindset, it's showing the mindset of what's being done. If you have the money and Zep are one of your faves seek out the Classic pressings, they are unrivalled in my opinion, but they did a very good job with these remasters. The jacket is identical to the 1969 original, but it has no lamination and no spine text. Recorded in less than two days, for less than two thousand pounds, Zep I, with the Hindenburg gloriously aflame on the cover ranks as one of the best debut albums ever and one of the first records in a genre soon to be known as metal. I know when I bought these I was told they are colored vinyl.
Yes, buying more plastic from the record labels gets galling. That will give you a pretty good indication of its current value. The bonus material on this reissue creates a nice, decorative touch, one that gives off the impression that Page still makes every decision as meticulously as he did as a producer. He remastered the album in 1990 in an attempt to update the catalogue. If it's purely for archival informational purposes, or an article, fine.
I would like to own a new Zeppelin record that is mine from new that i can treat like a round shaped child haha, Man oh Man these decisions aint easy! Which just goes to show how gullible people were in the seventies… With all of these albums, you can buy cheaper copies by targeting the eighties reissues on green Atlantic labels. Until then, perhaps Google Led Zeppelin Long Box cd release dates, check ebay, amazon, allmusic. Any idea of current values and the best places to sell? For instance, the records are dipped during the manufacturing process into vats of acid right? Always keep them clean, and in good shape, in proper record bags, so that they hold their value, or appreciate in value. The informal setting at Headley Grange inspired the band, and allowed them to try different arrangements of material and create songs in a variety of styles. Then go on down to the albums, and I just clicked on.
It smokes a slightly later German version I have. Crawl out from under that rock, Laeotaekhun. It was also named the seventh-best album of the 1970s in a list by. Robert, when you didn't have to dish out any money, I can't see how you can claim the above. Sonically better than most Zep bootlegs of this era, it shows how fully formed the band was from the very start. As for value: about the same as a Physical reissue, but you may get a bit more from a collector who views it as a curiosity. Like Thanks so much for your comment.
Be sure to take and post good photos and accurately describe the conditions of your records based on the Goldmine or Record Collector grading scale. Ive been looking on eBay etc. It plays fine on a proper turntable but not on a Radiogram which is what most people had in 69, if they were lucky. He found it in an old arts and crafts magazine called which dated from the late 19th century. Hey guys, I love vinyl and Zeppelin so I want to build on my vinyl collection with some great albums. That shop could be a gold mine some days.
Look at this as a long term project, and when you get the itch, hunt out your latest desire. Liked by Lots of great info in this thread, you really know your stuff. Now I at least know which record I have. Recorded at Headley Grange, a rundown mansion, as well as Olympic and Basing Street studios in London, it was mixed at Ardent Studios in Memphis. Initially thinking of a single symbol, he then decided there could be four, with each member of the band choosing their own.
Still there is one American edition with super sound. These Russian pressings are not official Atlantic Records releases i. The group had considered 's home, as a recording location, but decided it was too expensive. The Stones also recorded at Chess studios, Chicago, further adding to their credence as a blues band. Releasing the album without an official title has made it difficult to consistently identify. That said, your K40037 is a 1973 reissue. At the pressing plant Grant saw that, in the final stage of manufacturing, an acid cleansing bath for classical records was renewed every 10 days.
As far as which one you should get, think about it this way. Title Writer s Length 1. The reissue was released with an inverted colour version of the original album's artwork as its bonus disc's cover. Title Writer s Length 6. These colored vinyl albums with the colored dots are later circa 2013 versions from the E. He put down three different takes of the solo and picked the best to put on the album. I have the various 70's issues of each album and will be purchasing all of the remastered vinyl.
I'm sure someone will come along soon with the answer s. But these editions were released with different matrices at different factories in different time in huge quantities. This is the easiest method. Have anyone of you heard about a pressing of this kind? It was played live only once by Led Zeppelin, and re-recorded with the Bombay Symphony Orchestra in 1972. You can imagine my shock when I put it on the turntable all those years ago. I'm sure someone will come along soon with the answer s. However, for classical records there are separate vats which are cleaned out every ten days! If credited as The Lemon Sing your copy is worth £60-80.
I know it may be hard to compare as they haven't been heard yet but whats your guys thoughts on the two? They returned to , a country house in , Wales, to write new material. Would it have a great value today if I had kept it? Archived from on 26 September 2005. So glad I stumbled onto your site and look forward to exploring it thoroughly. Getting It On: The Clothing of Rock'n'Roll. At one point, it was ranked as one of the top five.