Led Zeppelin ‎– Jennings Farm Blues

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Jennings Farm Blues (Rehearsal Tracks) 16:49
Jennings Farm Blues (Final Take) 6:19
Stairway To Heaven 9:07
Celebration Day 4:56
That's The Way 7:37
Going To California 5:21
What Is And What Should Never Be 5:01
Moby Dick 15:38

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
J.F.B. 64-10-170 Led Zeppelin Jennings Farm Blues(CD, Unofficial) Scorpio (3) J.F.B. 64-10-170 Italy 1990 Sell This Version
BK-11 Led Zeppelin Farmhouse Blues(CD, Album, Unofficial) Blue Kangaroo Records BK-11 Australia 1992 Sell This Version
DIR - 24 Led Zeppelin Live In Toronto 1971(CD, RM, Unofficial) Armando Curcio Editore DIR - 24 Italy 1992 Sell This Version
AEP2003305 Led Zeppelin That's The Way(CDr, Comp, Unofficial) Alternative Edge Productions AEP2003305 2003 Sell This Version
LZTO 71 Led Zeppelin Taking Toronto By Strategy(CD, Unofficial) Offroadtracks Records LZTO 71 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
TG3 Led Zeppelin Touch & Go(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label (Led Zeppelin) TG3 UK 2012 Sell This Version
WW-01 Led Zeppelin Jennings Farm Blues(CD, Unofficial) World Wide Records WW-01 Unknown Sell This Version
TG3 Led Zeppelin Touch & Go(CD, Unofficial) TG TG3 Unknown Sell This Version
TG3 Led Zeppelin Touch & Go(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label (Led Zeppelin) TG3 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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AR2567

AR2567

March 20, 2014
referencing Touch & Go, LP, Unofficial, TG3
I agree with crunge in that side B is terrible, but I'd say that side A is still pretty damn good, more than just alright. The gig that takes up the majority of space on this bootleg is a soundboard recording and it captures some pretty damn good performances. My major complaint with this one is that they didn't include moby dick, and just threw on all of the crappy sound quality BBC session/brussels songs on Side B when they would have been much better off just keeping moby dick, providing the full soundboard source on the bootleg and allowing for a complete listening experience. I still say that its a good bootleg, but the choice to put all the crappy material on side B is what keeps this release from being excellent. If you manage to pick up a copy for $20-$25 or less, the material on Side A and the beginning of Side B is totally worth it because the sound quality and the performances are just brilliant. Just skip the majority of the material on Side B.
Crunge

Crunge

June 28, 2013
referencing Touch & Go, LP, Unofficial, TG3
Would not recommend anybody to buy this record. For a Bootleg, Side A is alright I guess, but Side B is basically unlistenable. The sound quality is just horrible.