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Led Zeppelin Bootleg Recordings - Overview - Earliest Bootlegs
... Mudslide Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada on March 21, 1970 The first ever Led Zeppelin bootleg to be released ... Butter Queen Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, Texas, May 19, 1973 Soundboard recording ... V-1⁄2 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, July 17, 1973 Audience recording ...
1967–68 Seattle Super Sonics Season - Regular Season - Game Log
... Walt Hazzard (30) Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena 5,619 0–1 2 October 20 San Diego L 114–121 Walt Hazzard (32) Seattle Center Coliseum 4,473 0–2 3 October 21 @ San Diego W 117–110 (OT ... October 31 Chicago W 114–104 Walt Hazzard (34) Seattle Center Coliseum 3,109 2–6 November 5–11 (Home 3–1 Road 2–10) Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High. 15 November 11 @ Baltimore L 129–134 Walt Hazzard (26) Baltimore Civic Center 4,685 2–13 16 November 14 Boston L 111–114 Bob Weiss (29) Madison Square Garden 2–14 17 November 17 San Diego W 130–124 ...
Oklahoma City Thunder - Home Arenas
... Seattle arenas had hosted two NBA All-Star Games the 1974 game in Seattle Center Coliseum and the 1987 game in the Kingdome, where Sonics forward Tom Chambers grabbed MVP ... Seattle Center Coliseum 1967–1978 (occasionally used during the Kingdome years when the latter was unavailable due to either Mariners or Seahawks games) The Kingdome 1978–1985 Seattle Center ...

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