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the first bootleg i got from the tape traders network..
01-16-2015, 12:13 AM #1
jaydoom i am doom
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my favorite live band , playing jc dobbs in south philly in 92 , an awesome show if you got time sit back and enjoydoobie.gif
01-16-2015, 01:33 AM #2
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(01-16-2015, 12:13 AM)jaydoom Wrote:  my favorite live band , playing jc dobbs in south philly in 92 , an awesome show if you got time sit back and enjoydoobie.gif
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl...B7jRL2olUc
I remember back during the nineteen eighties i use to go to a lot of record conventions in Boston and i had accumulated quite a collection of Mint Condition Led Zeppelin Vinyl Lp Bootleg Albums i mean like around 20 different ones of concerts and studio outtakes from all time periods when they were performing and recording that were fairly expensive back then like $25 to $50 each and they are quite rare and much more valuable now and one of my lifes regrets is how i sold away that entire collection for a few hundred dollars like fifteen years ago because my two daughters were young and i needed the cash but like hey nothing lasts forever although i probably would have eventually sold them anyways but for like ten times more money if i still had them and yet i still feel an inner persistently gnawing angst over what seems like now to have been a very bad decision...
01-16-2015, 02:15 AM #3
jaydoom i am doom
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(01-16-2015, 01:33 AM)Cosmic August Wrote:  
(01-16-2015, 12:13 AM)jaydoom Wrote:  my favorite live band , playing jc dobbs in south philly in 92 , an awesome show if you got time sit back and enjoydoobie.gif
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl...B7jRL2olUc
I remember back during the nineteen eighties i use to go to a lot of record conventions in Boston and i had accumulated quite a collection of Mint Condition Led Zeppelin Vinyl Lp Bootleg Albums i mean like around 20 different ones of concerts and studio outtakes from all time periods when they were performing and recording that were fairly expensive back then like $25 to $50 each and they are quite rare and much more valuable now and one of my lifes regrets is how i sold away that entire collection for a few hundred dollars like fifteen years ago because my two daughters were young and i needed the cash but like hey nothing lasts forever although i probably would have eventually sold them anyways but for like ten times more money if i still had them and yet i still feel an inner persistently gnawing angst over what seems like now to have been a very bad decision...
yea? i bet you had some kick ass bootlegs.i used to get a lot of boots from europe.the cool thing about the tape traders network, was you join put up a list of what you have , and other members contact you with their list and you make a trade ... all you pay is shipping .was awwesome not sure its still around, ill have tolook in to it



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