Led Zeppelin I
About this deal
The funny thing about the Led Zep II’s that jumped all over the place – they’re now considered the “must have” version. These 4 or 5-star reviews represent the opinions of the individuals who posted them and do not reflect the views of Etsy. Needless to say the vinyl is in pristine condition, the sleeve has very little wear, just the typical burred corners otherwise outstanding.
If it is 75 Rockefeller instead (but still SD-8236), you have a circa-1974 re-issue (Atlantic moved their offices to the latter address in 1973).U. and Germany and are most likely pirates, as there would be no need to produce a DJ or promo copy of any Led Zeppelin album at this point in their career (it’s not like nobody knows them and they need promoting).
I have an old Led Zeppelin II LP which has a discrepancy between the disk label and the album cover as to which tracks are on what side. Whilst we’re on the subject, “The Rain Song” from “Houses of the Holy” is another not-as-tricky-as-you-think song to learn – with an alternative tuning from low to high DGCGCD – that just sounds beautiful as you play it). One cover has a grey tint to it, and the inside of the gatefold has the man standing upper left side,the other has a glossy brown tint to it and the man is standing lower right side.But, as I’ve said in some of my other posts, it’s only worth what someone is willing to give you for it, which could vary wildly from day to day. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. There is a picture of the LZ II mastertape (from New York) in an audiophile magazine titled Stereophile which details how Classic Records obtained and developed their reissue series.