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Auction: Led Zeppelin (1) DEBUT LP, 1976 ORANGE & GREEN ATLANTIC UK PRESS,UNPLAYED MINT

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"DAZED & CONFUSED" (Jimmy Page,1968)

Been dazed and confused for so long, it's not true,
Wanted a woman, never bargained for you.
Lots of people talk and few of them know,
Soul of a woman was created below.

You hurt and abuse, telling all of your lies,
Run around sweet baby, Lord, how they hypnotise.
Sweet little baby, I don't know where you've been,
Gonna love you baby, here I come again.

Every day I work so hard, bringing home my hard earned pay,
Try to love you baby, but you push me away.
Don't know where you're going, only know just where you've been,
Sweet little baby, I want you again.

Been dazed and confused for so long, it's not true.
  Wanted a woman, never bargained for you.
Take it easy baby, let them say what they will,
Will your tongue wag so much, when I send you the bill?

LED ZEPPELIN: "Led Zeppelin (1)" DEBUT LP, ORIGINALLY ISSUED, MARCH,1969, THIS IS THE 1976 UK
PRESSING ON THE ORANGE & GREEN ATLANTIC LABEL.   THE FIRST MADE FOR 'WEA ' WITH 'K 40031'
CATALOGUE NUMBER, INTRODUCED BY 'Kinney Records' WHO TOOK OVER THE ATLANTIC LABEL FROM
POLYDOR IN LATE 1971.  TO VERIFY A  MASTER TAPE SOURCED UK PRESSING IN 1976, THE RUN-OUT GROOVES
CONTAIN TWO INDIVIDUAL DIRECT MASTERING LOGO'S.   REFLECTING HOW THE 1970's ATLANTIC RECORDS
WERE UNDERGOING SO MANY CHANGES TO RECORD COMPANIES.  MEANWHILE IN THE UK ATLANTIC CONSISTENTLY
PRODUCED PERFECT PRESSINGS BECAUSE THEY WERE SOURCED FROM THE ORIGINAL ANALOGUE MASTER TAPES.
 
I recently gave the complete history of the British Atlantic label, from 1966 to late 1972, when listing "Led Zeppelin 1" as a
1969 first pressing on the maroon & red Atlantic labels.  Also the following 1970's pressings right up to the era of German only
imports to the UK, the very point I stop offering the records because you might as well buy the directly made German copies.
They are available in great numbers, unlike these UK pressed records.  I am far from biased about them, whenever possible I
always concentrate on the records I personally played in the 60's & 1970's.  I will fill in all the info, this stunning unplayed
"Led Zeppelin" is the 1976 very first 'WEA' pressing.   Made in the period when the circled (W) 'WEA' logo was introduced on the
label rims. I give accurate pressing info, while stressing the rarity of an unplayed "Led Zeppelin 1", carefully stored as the passage
of 42 years allows. The logo was added only four years after 'Kinney Records,' so very briefly, from late 1971 onward, the orange
and green Atlantic labels replaced the maroon & red colour design, they evolved in 1966 from purple and silver labels for the
albums.  The late 1971 orange & green Atlantic labels design was not drastically altered, it was more the colours, a new 'Kinney
Records' catalogue and maitrix numbers replaced the Polydor format ''588 198' with 'K 40037' and Polydor no longer pressed the
records. CBS were initially contracted for the entire Kinney catalogue, by 1976 they continued to press for the 'WEA' connected
labels like Atlantic, which indeed was the case for this "Led Zeppelin" pressing.  Throughout the whole 1970's decade, of all
the Led Zeppelin albums, "Led Zeppelin I" regularly made chart re-entries, maybe not very high or for long periods, but enough 
to produce small pressing batches, this superb unplayed record represents one of the small amount made in either late 1975 or
early 1976, I prefer to choose 1976 because it avoids errors and nobody could be that accurate!  The days of UK pressings for WEA
were almost over, particularly for back catalogue titles, this was definitely one of the last sourced from a British Master Tape,
a first generation pressed in England, economics and worldwide recessions in the 70's was speeding up the process. Sadly the next
major event was the Atlantic label no longer being pressed in Britain, the entire printing and vinyl pressing was made in Germany,
then imported.  Why virtually most playable Led Zeppelin records are German pressings for Britain and most of Europe, it was also
the final UK printed  "Led Zeppelin (1)"cover.  Most importantly of all my concern is about the condition, pressed only seven
years after the first pressing 1969 records, this unplayed, true Mint, 42 year old record was mastered and pressed to
CBS' immaculate vinyl standard, is a very special record.
 

IN OTHER WORDS, THE FIRST NON "Led Zeppelin" 'Kinney' CONNECTED, BRITISH 'WEA' PRESSING ON THE
ORANGE & GREEN ATLANTIC LABEL
The music company credits on both labels are;

'Superhype Music & Jewel Music'

THE MAITRIX WAS HAND SCRIBED ON SIDE AND MACHINE STAMPED ON THE OTHER SIDE AS MENTIONED,
THERE IS THE FULL MASTERING THAT INCLUDED TWO MASTERING LOGO'S.
 
MAITRIX:  K 40031  A 1 (Machine Stamped) /  K - 40031 - B - 4 (Hand scribed)
  
The above was that of the very first CBS orange & green Atlantic label pressings of  "Led Zeppelin" in late 1971, machine stamped
at 12 o'clock. Typical of CBS mastering from the Master Tapes, one side was hand scribed and the other machine stamped, placed
so close together, the maitrix and initial mastering are almost touching.   Further along, two Mastering sound engineer's hand
scribed their logo's;
  
Side 1: PN
Side 2: Allen
  

ORIGINAL 1976 CBS / ATLANTIC INNER SLEEVE, LIKE THE RCA TYPES AS CBS WAS ALSO CONTRACTUALLY PRESSING
FOR THEM.  A CURVED SHAPED SLEEVE WITH A DIE-CUT CENTRE AND PRINTED WITH "Made In Great Britain" AND
A PATENT NUMBER ON THE FRONT.
UNUSED AND UNAGED,  ONLY A RECORD IMPRESSION AND RELATED LIGHT CREASES IN NEAR MINT CONDITION.


FULLY LAMINATED, COVER ON THE FRONT AND BACK, A THICK DELUXE GLOSSY LAMINATION THAT TO MY EYES
LOOK IDENTICAL TO THE 1969 - 1971 RED & MAROON COVERS.  THE ORANGE  LETTERING AND ATLANTIC LOGO IS
EXCEPTIONALLY VIVID AND ALMOST GLOWING, VERY STRIKING AGAINST THE PURE WHITE AND JET BLACK ARTWORK.
THAT WHITE EXPANSE AS A BACKGROUND TO THE FRONT IS HARDLY AGED, NEAR PURE WHITE IS AMAZING AFTER
42 YEARS, THE BENEFIT OF AN UNPLAYED RECORD CANNOT BE STRESSED ENOUGH.  A RIDGED SPINE, BUT FOR
ONCE, A FULLY LAMINATED "Led Zeppelin" COVER WITHOUT LOOSE, UNSTUCK LAMINATE ALONG THE MEETING
POINTS OF THE FRONT & BACK EDGES WITH THE SPINE.   IN FACT, ALL TO DETAIL IS THE UNAVOIDABLE EFFECT
OF STANDING UNUSED IN STORAGE SINCE 1976. NO DOUBTING THIS WAS MADE IN 1976, THE TEXT ON THE BOTTOM
RIGHT SIDE OF CENTRE WAS THE ONLY ADDITION TO THE ORIGINAL 1969 COVERS.  BY STANDING AND RELATED TO
THE RECORD IMPRESSION, A  FEW SMALL LAMINATE LINES NATURALLY FORMED NEXT TO THE SPINE.
I know most believe the grey border on the front bottom rim was removed from the early or original covers, another fallacy, all
that happened was the cover was folded differently when the artwork was fractionally enlarged.  Exactly the opposite event of
another 1969 famous cover, the Beatles " Abbey Road" cover.  In the past I have had other 1970's covers with the glue dried up
on the joining internal fixing positions, easily solved with water based glue that does not soak through, once unfolded there is
the grey bottom section under the Zeppelin, only out of sight when re-glued.  Quite why the immediately following German printed
imported covers, that now exist in larger numbers than these original laminated, UK printed covers, took the decision to to print
'Stereo' on the front cover is a mystery to me. There never was a Mono version and it spoils the artwork, to this day I have never
sold a German import because I found that offensive!  I have got caught up discussing the 1970's UK covers, that, deeply glossy
lamination and fantastic ultra clean printing is exactly how I want this loved and revered cover to appear, an unplayed record
inside means the cover was never used and perfectly stored, there is no actual wear to detail.  Considering a white background,
there is not the expected usual severe brown stains or discolouration, virtually without ageing and no more than the slightest
hint of being 42 years old.   As ever, the spine has some ripples from standing, mostly on the ending's due to gravity, fractional
only though. The right corners are absolutely perfect, I do repeat this same pattern for top condition record's covers on a daily
basis, all the corners and opening sides are in exceptional condition, anything here is natural to holding a record for all those
years.  I included a close up picture of both perfectly preserved printed items on the spine, a more than reasonable, record
impression and a few related tiny laminate edge lines. In order to impress 'WEA', the 'new' printer returned to the 1969 cover
template as the objective, producing a stunning top quality, using the same extra thick, heavy duty cardboard as they had fairly
recently for the 1969 - early 1970's for original issues.  Hopefully my pictures will portray both  superb quality and the
remarkable condition.
 
RETAINING THE TOP TWO LINES OF THE TEXT I WILL TYPE, ON THE BACK, RIGHT OF CENTRE BOTTOM RIM,
THE NEXT THREE LINES WERE THE ONLY CHANGE, CONTAINING THIS TEXT UNIQUE TO EARLY 1976;

An ATLANTIC record
distributed by
WEA RECORD LTD.

Printed and made in England by
CMCS Print & Colour Ltd.

You can read that from a close-up section picture, the above printer were very keen to have their name on a Led Zeppelin cover
but as far as I know, it was the one and only LP cover they made for WEA or any other major UK record company.  Surely WEA
were impressed, because like Kinney Records before them, Led Zeppelin were Atlantic / WEA's biggest selling artists.   Obviously
some of the text became part of the templates used in 1976 and only the credited names were replaced, the same was true for
the later re-issues when only German made Led Zeppelin albums  were made, that even included "Coda" the final Led Zeppelin LP.

Grading covers that were not used to remove and play the records, is always difficult, this cannot possibly be associated with
'Excellent', adding a 'Near' prefix to the grading allows for standing in storage since 1971.  Plus it was inside a plastic outer
sleeve from day one, this is an outstanding very first issue of the 'K' covers;
THE COVER IS IN NEAR MINT CONDITION.


THE IMMACULATE LABELS HAVE NEVER BEEN ON A SPINDLE, 1971 FIRST GREEN & ORANGE LABELS WERE TEXTURED
AND THERE ARE DEFINITELY NO SPINDLE ALIGNMENT TRACES.  I SHOULD LEAVE THIS AS A RARE UNPLAYED, 1976
UK PRESSED  "Led Zeppelin."  THERE ARE NO SCUFFS OR MARKS AT ALL OR HANDLING TRACES ON EITHER SIDE,
THE HEAVYWEIGHT VINYL HAS THE DEEPLY GLOSSY APPEARANCE OF JUST BEING PRESSED.  I MUST RESIST MY
IMPULSE TO HEAR THE RECORD AND OFFER IT IN THE ULTIMATE CONDITION.
THE RECORD IS IN UNPLAYED, MINT CONDITION.
 

SIDE 1
"Good Times Bad Times" (John Bonham / John Paul Jones / Jimmy Page)
"Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" (Traditional, Arranged By Jimmy Page)
"You Shook Me"  (Willie Dixon / J. B. Lenoir)
"Dazed And Confused" (Jimmy Page)

SIDE 2
"Your Time Is Gonna Come"John Paul Jones / Jimmy Page)
"Black Mountain Side" (Jimmy Page)
"Communication Breakdown" (John Bonham /John Paul Jones)
"I Can't Quit You Baby"  (Willie Dixon)
"How Many More Times" (John Bonham /John Paul Jones / Jimmy Page)


Robert Plant - lead vocals, harmonica & bass
Jimmy Page - acoustic, electric & pedal steel guitar & backing vocals
John Paul Jones - bass, organ & backing vocals
John Bonham - drums, timpani, percussion & backing vocals


Recorded September - October, 1968, At Olympic Studios, London.
Sound Engineer - Glyn Johns
Produced By Jimmy Page.

I am never sure if I should include the segment of "The Hunter" performed during "How Many More Times," as that was written by
Otis Redding's backing band and Free gave the correct credit in the same 1969 on their debut album, I will.  Free did record the
whole track on "Tons Of Sobs" but such a great r&b / blues song cannot be denied or ignored, it was written by Booker T. Jones,
Steve Cropper, Duck Dunn, Al Jackson, Jr. and Carl Wells in 1967.  That serves to inform anyone unaware of the massive influence
of the Stax musicians and in particular, the great Otis Redding, who deserves recognition for shaping rock music.  Talking about
great musicians, such was the experience of the four individuals and the magical musical chemistry that developed immediately,
Led Zeppelin's incredible debut album was recorded in just two weeks, maybe not that single day in 1963 managed by a young band
from Liverpool, artists were no longer starved of studio time.  Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were veterans of recording studios
and it was where they first became part of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy was playing on the same session as John Paul in 1968 for Donovan.
Led Zeppelin actually owed it all to Donovan, because one half of the yet to be formed band, met and developed a musical empathy
during the recording sessions for "Hurdy Gurdy Man."  Record producer Mickie Most, had worked extensively with Donovan and a
different singles.  I had better not get into that now, "Hurdy Gurdy Man" has just staggering music on the backing and the track
features Jimmy Page playing the awesome lead guitar.  The other musician at the recording session who would shortly make one
half of Led Zeppelin was John Paul Jones, he also arranged the track.   Jimmy Page was still a session musician and he was in the
process of putting a band together after leaving the Yardbirds, he mentioned that to John Paul Jones and how he was looking for a
bass guitarist, John Paul Jones asked if he could join and the rest is history.   This was before they got together with Robert Plant
and John Bonham and were initially named as 'The New Yardbirds' and went on their first tour of Scandinavia, in September, 1968.

As I personally witnessed  the first emergence of New Yardbirds / Led Zeppelin, I might as well re-tell how I found a couple of small
easily missed lines in a 1968 "Melody Maker," a weekly music press paper.  I was forever scanning the Classified Ads for upcoming
gigs, especially at colleges and the smaller clubs and pubs around London and Essex. They were cheap to attend and the 1960's had
unbelievable young talent rising from that circuit.  Every Thursday you could plan your weekend's entertainment and I still have
the music paper that informed me the 'The New Yardbirds' were playing in the back room of a pub in Crouch End, North London in
two days, that was all I needed to read!   Back to those 14 days recording their debut LP that would not be released until early
1969, they completed the tracks in London's Olympic Studios with Glyn Johns recording and engineering the tapes. Immediately
followed by the mentioned short tour of Scandinavia in the same September, 1968.  Returning to the UK they were still named the
'New Yardbirds', Jimmy had played with Keith Moon on the recording of a Jeff Beck B-side in 1967, he wrote "Beck's Bolero" and
that sensational track can also be found on the Jeff Beck Group's debut album, "Truth."  The band's name originated from a phrase
used by the Who's Keith Moon to describe a bad gig,"Going down like a lead zeppelin" really appealed to Jimmy Page, he took that
to use as their revised name, but very slowly at first.  Dropping 'a' from 'lead,' their earliest British gigs were billed under,
"The New Yardbirds featuring Led Zeppelin".  They were very low key affairs and mostly in the same small back rooms of London
pubs, Jimmy Page was not a household name in 1968, only musicians and record producers knew him.  I remember buying an obscure
1968 LP on the Marmalade label with Jimmy Page and Brian Auger, none of my friends were interested in hearing it or his Yardbirds
connections, that was true for most of Britain. My first interest in the new band revolved around the 1966 to 1968 Yardbirds and
Jeff Beck connection's, Jimmy Page had succeeded Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton as their lead  guitarist, after initially performing
a double lead guitar role with Beck.  I never saw the first gig under the name that would soon be filling up stadiums worldwide,
in October, 1968, Led Zeppelin performed at Surrey University.  Their debut album was mixed and completed but it still remained
unreleased, Led Zeppelin were just not happening in England, I can't believe I am writing that but it is true, so for their first tour
they headed to America.  The birthplace of blues had given the Yardbirds the respect they deserved, both before Page and with him,
two 1968 albums featuring Jimmy Page were recorded, "Little Games" and "Live Yardbirds," they were not even issued in the UK!
Even some of the Yardbirds' greatest psychedelic singles ever made, were all but ignored except by a few enlightened here and
when Led Zeppelin first formed, there was an icy cold reception in Britain.  The first tour of America saw Led Zeppelin prosper and
grow and become a live blockbusting powerhouse, the seeds were planted and the facts are there to check, Britain was just not in
the slightest interested....yet!  I followed their USA progress in the music press with interest, they were not headlining yet, as
hard as it is to even conceive now, they had to battle through being a warm up band. The band were now firing on all cylinders
and what you hear on this extraordinary debut album, was no different to their live sets, so something had to give!  So much so,
on the 31st January,1969, when opening up for Iron Butterfly, a band who also rocked heavily and loudly, Led Zeppelin's audience
reaction was so intensive, Iron Butterfly refused to go on after them!  I doubt very much this is well known, Led Zeppelin were
now hitting fantastic heights and no longer could they accept second billing, anyone into boot's will have tapes of the USA tour.
Returning to the UK they signed to the Atlantic label in February, 1969 and released their first album in the March of that same
very eventful year.
  

Led Zeppelin's debut LP was first issued  in the UK in a very rare cover, with the front LP title and Atlantic logo in a turquoise colour.
There was only a very small run printed and just weeks later, the next cover had the LP title lettering and the Atlantic logo changed
to orange colour.   Yes, I would love to be listing a first pressing, but the majority of records are in atrocious condition and
no cover has ever produced one note of music!   I have sold more than my share of turquoise and orange covers with maroon and
red labels, some of the slow blues tracks become unlistenable from average condition's and just wait patiently for an even rarer
event, a Mint first pressing. I sold several copies at record fairs, meanwhile I have been looking for Mint UK orange and green
1970's pressings in the ultimate condition, not exactly easy! Seven years is not that long when discussing the 1969 - 1976 quality
of the analogue records.  After all, that was the same era and the sheer power of this album from an unplayed, true Mint record
will be sensational.
  

"Led Zeppelin 1" was the perfect bridge between blues and rock, combining both was so effortless, there was even an acoustic folk
interlude in Page's composition "Black Mountain Side", or as we knew it before, "White Summer."  "Dazed" was performed by the
Yardbirds in 1968 and Jimmy was playing his guitar with a violin bow at Anderson Theatre, New York, I cannot recommend the
American Epic label "Live Yardbirds" enough, the earlier version of "Dazed & Confused" was sublime!"  Make sure it has a yellow
Epic label with a machine stamped maitrix or it will be a poorly pressed counterfeit pressing, oh yes, the cover was in colour
and not black and white.  Led Zeppelin formed when the 1960's decade was  drawing to a close, the psychedelic era was over
and heavy rock was to become the stepping stone into the 1970's.  Led Zeppelin were far more than just an ultimate heavy rock
band, their talent and music bordered so many styles, from acoustic folk/ethnic traditional blues, to electric guitar based rock.
This first album has it all, if remaining much closer to their blues roots, an astonishing debut album, for early fans they playing
where the Yardbirds had just finished. The band members were seasoned studio musicians and for Jimmy Page, it was more a case
of who's records hadn't he played on prior to this debut LP being recorded!
{Roy}


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statistics for auctions of this release
Release Name Led Zeppelin
Catalogue K 40031
Sold auctions 275
Running auctions 3
Maximum paid $405.58
Minimum paid $1.57
Average paid $32.78
Popularity 67% of all auctions for this release were sold.