If you look search for: Led Zeppelin No Quarter Live 1973 best audio mix II, you'll see the images of 1973 TSRTS version that's a much better version. http://youtu.be/lC4kVMaKUJY
The audio is the same, but the images are better.
This is not the Song Remains the Same version of the 1976 vinyl or the old Cd version:
Page mixed a different version for the movie/ Lp
This is a special audio mix, for me the best version.
It's starts with the movie. The last part of Robert's singing is different - see 'The Garden Tapes' website.
Then from the piano part to the complete solo of Jimmy, this is from the cd 1976
Then again back to the movie.
I took the movie tapes from the video TSRTS: in this mix you can hear the singing of Robert better.
So this is for me the best mix.
What you see are images of No Quarter 5-24-1975, TSRTS 1973
Hope you like it.
This is not from one concert, look for 'The Garden Tapes': great work where some one has worked out how The Song Remains the Same was made:
1. We start the same as the film, the first edit, at the very end of the first verse/chorus - 27th. 2. From there to the end of the verse, and the first few bars of Jonesey's solo where he's still playing the main theme - 29th. 3. From Bonzo's crash as Jonesey starts the keyboard solo, through to quite near the end of the instrumental, including the section that was cut from the film - 28th. 4. The last part of the instrumental is easy to spot as being very different from the film. This and the return of the main keyboard theme - 27th. 5. From the return of the vocal, just as Robert sings "Walking side by side with death", to the end of the song, we're back in synch with the film - 28th.
Maybe you like also my work on 'The Rain Song" : Led Zeppelin-The Rain Song live 1973 different audio & movie