Least compressed

Looking for recomendations for least compressed (wide dynamic range) rock - in particular Zeppelin. Only recomendations of cds that are readily available (i.e. via amazon) - not worth time and effort to me to look for hard to find gems. Aerosmith - etc also welcome. Please identify as precisely as possible.
Rock recordings of that era are notoriously compressed.While I like Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith very much,both bands put out some of the worst recordings ever,especially when transferred to cd.You might want to pick up a Japanese engineered re-release,they usually do a decent job.Check out cdjapan at the link below.Be aware,if you order from them,it will take approximatly a month to recieve your package.Good luck.

Aerosmith Gold box set of their first three albums is pretty good. (Remastered by Doug Sax)
Rave reviews on How the West Was Won in multi-ch disc. Not sure if it's sacd or dvd-a.
Owner of a Lonely Heart by Yes is a nice mix but try Midnight Oil Earth Sun and Moon or INXS

For something recent check out Booker T and the Drive by Truckers with Neil Young - Potato Hole - Pound it Out.

The latest ACDC - Black Ice is good too.
Frozen Wasteland

Awesome stuff - for those of you in Washington DC with record snowfall you will love this video
Shadorne: "Frozen Wasteland" very nice; lyrics are spot on. I do have Black Ice and just recieved the Aerosmith box. Agree, some of the better remasters of rock.
Check out other masters by Doug Sax here

The Aerosmith version is this one - it was originally done for SACD.
I agree with Midnight Oil's Earth Sun and Moon. I use that as my reference disc, especially Song 7, which has some of the best slam ever. I also like Neil Young's "Eldorado" and "Complex Sessions" (two "to the trade" CDs that can be found on eBay), Booker T's Potato Hole (amazing production), Willie Nelson's Teatro, Santana's first album (in original vinyl--can turn that one to "10"), Paul Kelly's May 1992 and his recent downloadable "A - Z",
'While I like Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith very much,both bands put out some of the worst recordings ever,especially when transferred to cd.'

I must be listening to a different Led Zep........

I have seen the quality of their vinyl vary sharply. Hard to hear master quality sound on the middle period stuff like Houses of the Holy. I think the DVD was a major milestone in sound, and I am awaiting the remixed albums on vinyl. Like AC/DC and the Beatles, Led Zep controls their vault and the tapes are said to be kept in good working order under the direction of Jimmy Page, so we could see something equal to the Beatles Remasters. As for now, they are not great shakes in recording quality. I especially dislike the reissues, with the exception on the II album which had better sense of range than the original albums I have heard.
Hi Bongo,
I have all original vinyl pressings of Led Zep as and when they came out many years past, plus nearly all off their cd's,
back in the UK.
I have not listened to zep vinyl for 20 years or so, so cannot remember to the recording quality of the albums,
I have bought a year or so ago 'The Complete Studio Recordings' cd box set, and I find it all rather well recorded and can be cranked as and when the mood strikes without hurting the ears with bad sounds, and certainly nowhere near as bad as Tpreaves suggests.
How can anyone say 'The Crunge' sounds bad on the Houses of the Holy box set cd?
I do not know if the box set is remastered or not, not that I care either as it sounds all good to my ears.