Bless you for this information!!! First I was listening to Classic Vinyl (yes it is vinyl, and often 180-200 gram &/or 45 RPM) on Sirus at work a few weeks ago when the DJ said, "...for all (you or us) Zeppelin (freaks or fans), go to ledzeppelin.com and look for 5 little words that will (leave you -not sure what came after; reeling, speechless?)". I scoured the site...nothing. After an emotional rollercoaster, the next night, at every break, he said it was their Facebook page, which told of the DVD/CD release (surely he meant Blu-Ray Video, DVD Video, CD) of the reunion. I was stoked. Finally we found out about the theatrical release...I have dreamed since the mid eighties, in my tweens, of what "The Song Remains The Same" must have been like, and have always prayed for a re-release (with only a fools hope. So I was like a little kid.
This is Most exciting, especially since (that I know of, and believe me I've never stopped searching), there are only a couple Blu-Ray Audio releases. I own the "Moving Pictures" Rush put out (actually right before I read this have questions on how I'm getting 13.8 Mbps at 96/24 uncompressed PCM, and can Blu-Ray Audio whether it is the uncompressed PCM or the dts-HD-MA, could be listened to through anolog multichannel. I'm so excited I had to write it before I forget. I figure that the PCM might follow a faithful DAC path, but doubt the dts HD-MA.
Pagey, when he put "How The West Was Won" on DVD-Audio, quoted (roughly here), to several sources, (again ROUGHLY), "...I'm so glad to have the opportunity to utilize this new, and exciting format. This ("How...West...Won") was a great opportuity to go ahead and do the surround mix, and with incredibly better sound quality. But it is also a sort of litmus test, and I can't wait to do the entire catalog!"
So, with little to no hope that I would see another Blu-Ray Audio release (I/we should all get 'Mojo" by Tom Petty, even if we are not big fans...Im not sure if he later put it out on different formats, but he originally put it strictly on vinyl and BDA (Blu-Ray Audio for a hunt and peck person is getting old)
So please let's all buy it!! The video and the audio, just so we are supporting the formats that we have come so close to losing so many times.
Apologies for tangents...I'm just so excited as a Zeppelin fan, and a surround junkie, and an Audiophile.