LED ZEPPELIN — Led Zeppelin

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Movie · 2003

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Disc 1

The Royal Albert Hall, 9 January 1970:

1. Opening (0:27)
2. We're Gonna Groove (3:14)
3. I Can't Quit You Baby (6:25)
4. Dazed And Confused (15:10)
5. White Summer (11:54)
6. What Is And What Should Never Be (4:02)
7. How Many More Times (20:02)
8. Moby Dick (15:02)
9. Whole Lotta Love (6:03)
10. Communication Breakdown (3:40)
11. C'mon Everybody (2:28)
12. Something Else (2:02)
13. Bring It On Home (7:33)
14. Credits (0:21)

Atlantic Records, February 1969:

15. Communication Breakdown (Music Video) (2:24)

Danmarks Radio (Gladsaxe Teen Club, Gladsaxe), 17 March 1969:

16. Opening (0:10)
17. Communication Breakdown (2:46)
18. Dazed And Confused (9:09)
19. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You (6:46)
20. How Many More Times (12:20)

Supershow (Staines Studio, London), 25 March 1969:

21. Dazed And Confused (7:33)

Tous En Scène (Theatre Olympia, Paris), 19 June 1969:

22. Opening (0:25)
23. Communication Breakdown (2:51)
24. Dazed And Confused (Edited) (5:36)

Disc 2

Sydney Showground, 27 February 1972 (Splodge Edit):

1. Immigrant Song (4:03)

Madison Square Garden, 27–29 July 1973:

2. Black Dog (5:30)
3. Misty Mountain Hop (4:50)
4. Since I've Been Loving You (8:03)
5. The Ocean (4:16)

Earls Court, 24–25 May 1975:

6. Going To California (4:41)
7. That's The Way (6:04)
8. Bron Yr Aur Stomp (5:31)
9. In My Time Of Dying (11:14)
10. Trampled Under Foot (8:14)
11. Stairway To Heaven (10:32)

Knebworth, 4 August 1979:

12. Rock And Roll (3:47)
13. Nobody's Fault But Mine (5:45)
14. Sick Again (5:08)
15. Achilles Last Stand (9:03)
16. In The Evening (7:56)
17. Kashmir (8:50)
18. Whole Lotta Love (7:06)
19. You'll Never Walk Alone (1:21)

New York NBC Studio, 19 September 1970:

20. Press Conference (3:26)

Sydney Showground, 27 February 1972:

21. Rock And Roll (3:06)
22. Black Dog / John Bonham Inverview (1:48)

ABC Get To Know, 27 February 1972:

23. John Bonham And John Paul Jones After Concert Interviews With Jeune Pritchard

BBC2 The Old Grey Whistle Test, 12 January 1975:

24. Robert Plant Interview At The Vorst Nationaal In Brussels With Bob Harris (Radio) (3:47)

Remasters Promo, October 1990:

25. Over The Hills And Far Away (4:49)
26. Travelling Riverside Blues (4:09)

Total Time 320:00


- Robert Plant / vocals, harmonica
- Jimmy Page / guitars
- John Paul Jones / bass guitar, keyboards, Mellotron, mandolin
- John Bonham / drums, percussion

About this release

26 May 2003

Thanks to [email protected], Pekka, Lynx33 for the updates


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A great DVD from the legends of rock, perhaps the best if you do not count 'The Song Remains the same'. The menus are interesting and you can jump straight into timeless classics such as a 15 minute version of Dazed and Confused with magnificent guitar lead break par excellence from Page. The lighting is always subdued and straightforward, they were never a spectacular showman band, their spectacle lay strictly with the music and what a sound they created! There are shots of the crowd occasionally but the focus is always on Page and Plant.

How Many More Times rocks out for 20 minutes and is a classic. Also drums are showcased on Moby Dick, a 15 minute treasure. Whole Lotta Love makes an appearance and is well sung by Plant. Immigrant Song was always my favourite and theres an awesome version here along with the quintessential Black Dog with that mesmirising riff. The driving blues of Since I've Been Loving You is worth mentioning with Page looking completely absorbed with his guitar. There is a chilling version of In My Time of Dying and of course the indelible Stairway to Heaven is added to the mix. A very strong blue light shines and makes a heavenly glow throughout the performance, similar to TSRTS film.

Rock and Roll is a favourite and also Nobody's Fault but Mine with its killer riff. Whole Lotta Love caps things off at the end of the DVD. I highly reccommend this as a perfect example of why Led Zeppelin are masters of proto metal and an influence to countless musicians worldwide.

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