Video Recordings

Led Zeppelin
May 25, 1975
Earl's Court
London, England
Empress Valley Supreme Disc

Rock And Roll
Sick Again
Over The Hills And Far Away
In My Time Of Dying
The Song Remains The Same
The Rain Song
No Quarter
Going To California
That's The Way
Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
Trampled Underfoot
Moby Dick
Dazed And Confused
Stairway To Heaven
Whole Lotta Love
Black Dog
Communication Breakdown

Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 / 448 kBps

The quality of everything is really, amazing.  It is being said that EVSD used a lower generation tape.  I believe it too, because the quality is better than any of the other releases.  I personally like the 5/25/75 DVD's better than the 5/24/75 DVD's, because I like the way that you can see audience shots in the footage.  This DVD had alot of those.  The first 7-10 minutes is just footage of the audience taking their seats, and pretty much goofing around.  Then, Alan Freeman take the stage for his introduction.  Now, at this point in the DVD, you may not notice the difference in quality than any of the other releases.  But when Led Zeppelin takes the stage, you'll notice it.  When the camera gets close ups of Plant, if you just look at his hair, you'll notice that everything is stunningly clear.  This title doesn't have the color bleeds that every other release does.  The colors are great.  One flaw, EVSD still used the high generation tape for the end of No Quarter and Tangerine.  But on the flip side, Tangerine maintains it's color through the whole song!  I was not expecting it to have that.  The quality of the high generation tape used for the end of No Quarter and Tangerine is an upgrade from everything else we've seen, but the quality still sucks.  But that doesn't really bother me, considering the rest of the release is amazing quality.  I noticed one thing.  The quality very slightly decreases as you go through the concert.  By the beginning, the quality is amazing, but by the end, the quality is just like any of the other releases.  But that didn't bother me much.  And one other thing, the "EV" logo only appears at the beginning of each song, not through the whole performance, which some found distracting on their Heavy Metal Kids release. The audio on this release is still kind of thin sounding, and is still missing a little bass presence.  But overall, still very enjoyable.  (Jack Rossa July 07)

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