Offered for sale is a limited edition multicolored “splatter” vinyl pressing of the live album Mudslide by Led Zeppelin, issued on the Mushroom/Ruthless Rhymes label.
This disc is largely orange, with red, green, and a bit of white mixed in. It looks much better in person than it does in photos. It’s a beautiful disc.
About this copy: This copy of Mudslide is an original issue on the Mushroom (on the insert)/Ruthless Rhymes (on the labels) label. This release was issued in 1977 or 1978.
The cover is a plain white cover with the insert glued on. The cover is VG, with moderate ring wear and a slight 1/2″ (1 cm) split at the bottom edge.
The original title insert is VG+ with a couple of glue stains.
The multicolored vinyl is M- and looks like it may have been played once.
A gorgeous copy of a classic live album that will be nearly impossible to upgrade.
Background: Mudslide was one of the earliest Led Zeppelin live albums, and it was issued multiple times over the years on various labels, including Trademark of Quality, Mushroom, and Ruthless Rhymes.
The material was recorded at Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada, March 21, 1970 and is reportedly taken directly from the soundboard. As a result, the sound quality is quite good.
- Organ Improvisation
- Thank You
- What Is And What Should Never Be
- Medley: Communication Breakdown/Ramble On
- Since I’ve Been Loving You
- Whole Lotta Love
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Ruthless Rhymes|
|Year of Release:||1977|