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Led Zeppelin Bootlegs trial« Video & Audio « Downloads
|Updated||December 30, 2012|
|Category||Video & Audio|
Where do you go for information on Led Zeppelin live shows and live recordings (also called bootlegs)? Call up Central two-o-nine.
The full version has live show information covering 48 years, from the Yardbirds in 1963 to Robert Plant and the Band of Joy in 2011. Designed as a quick reference source for mobile use, it provides show dates and locations in chronological order – with setlist (songs/tracks) where known. Icons show if audio or video is known to exist, and bootleg titles are listed if they are known to exist.
In the full version there are about 2,564 show dates, and over 6000 bootleg titles (3000 of which are for Led Zeppelin). The information has been collated from many sources over many years. It isn’t complete or 100% accurate, but probably better than you’ll find anywhere else. There isn’t enough space for show and bootleg reviews, nor is there a track listing for each bootleg but it does list multiple show dates where a recording is a compilation from several shows.
The full version gives you the capability to flag the dates for which you have recordings, and the bootleg titles you own. You can save the shows you have to a text file.
Please be clear – this is a reference source about live recordings and bootlegs but the application DOES NOT INCLUDE any bootleg recordings.
The trial version provides access to Led Zeppelin information only, and doesn’t give you the ability to flag and save the shows that you have. Otherwise the information is identical in both, so try the Trial and if its what you want get the full version.