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Today In Led Zeppelin History

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On 8/16/2016 at 10:43 PM, apantherfrommd said:

If you wish it to be about Led Zeppelin History:

August 17, 1969 - Wallingford, CT -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXM4DaBkL3U

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6xvVtI4fRc

AUGUST 17, 1969 - OAKDALE THEATRE, WALLINGFORD, CONNECTICUT (SUNDAY, 8pm)
Support from The Mustard Family. The show was performed on a revolving stage, resulting in very uneven sound.

Recording Includes: The Train Kept A Rollin' [ cut ] >> I Can't Quit You Baby.
Source: Incomplete fair audience recording. 8 minutes.
Details: A distorted and very distant tape.

Bootleg CD Reference(s): Anybody Got A Les Paul? (Equinox), Red Snapper Deluxe (Balboa Productions), & Tales From '69 (Tarantura)

Comments: This is all that exists from this show ... I heard that the taper stored it for years in bad conditions and this is the only undamaged part of the tape. A very powerful fragment and it leads me to believe the rest of the show was equally powerful and exciting.

AUGUST 17, 1969 - OAKDALE THEATRE, WALLINGFORD, CONNECTICUT (SUNDAY, 8pm)
Support from The Mustard Family. The show was performed on a revolving stage, resulting in very uneven sound.

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AUGUST 17, 1970 - HAMPTON COLISEUM, HAMPTON BEACH, VIRGINIA (MONDAY)

Recording Includes: Immigrant Song >> Heartbreaker (<< Bouree..), Dazed And Confused, Bring It On Home, That's The Way, Bron-Yr-Aur, [ cut ], Since I've Been Loving You, Organ Solo >> Thank You, What Is And What Should Never Be, Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love (<< Back In The USA, Boogie Chillun [ cut ], I'm Moving On, CC Rider..), Announcer Speech, Communication Breakdown (<< Good Times Bad Times

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6hxEX72g4U

AUGUST 17 - HAMPTON COLISEUM, HAMPTON BEACH, VIRGINIA (MONDAY)
The show was rescheduled from August 10, 1970.

Recording Includes: Immigrant Song >> Heartbreaker (<< Bouree..), Dazed And Confused, Bring It On Home, That's The Way, Bron-Yr-Aur, [ cut ], Since I've Been Loving You, Organ Solo >> Thank You, What Is And What Should Never Be, Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love (<< Back In The USA, Boogie Chillun [ cut ], I'm Moving On, CC Rider..), Announcer Speech, Communication Breakdown (<< Good Times Bad Times..).
Source: Incomplete fair to good audience recording. Almost 122 minutes.
Details: It's distant, overloaded and sometimes barely listenable source with only the voice clear in the general mush. The instruments do clear on occasions but there are some dropouts, volume/channel changes and recorder handling noise in various places. When sound progresses, the hiss is becoming even more annoying.

Bootleg CD Reference(s): Live In Hampton 1970 (The Diagrams Of Led Zeppelin)

Comments: This show varies bewteen great and average. Bron-Yr-Aur is the worst, sounding like Page tuning his guitar for two minutes. However, they do achieve some unique dramatic effects in the early part of Dazed And Confused, and the guitar solo in Since I've Been Loving You is very dramatic. The ending guitar work in Imigrant Song also sounds very unusual.

Couretsy of AA ^^

But basically, (Kipper), a few people participated (trying to fill in) in Deborah J's absence, and people pitched a hissy fit and started a Conspiracy Theory that the thread was trying to be subverted from Deborah J, who didn't even start the thread.

*If anyone wishes to include non-Led Zeppelin shows (as solo shows) please feel free to add.* before I am accused of subverting the thread by the likes of Walter and Ross for a conspiracy.* Otherwise, enjoy early Led Zeppelin, from August 17th 1969 & 1970!

Long Live Led Zeppelin - Best Band Ever!

sorry I didnt see this before but i like this format much better.  Having a link to the videos works 100% better for me because how my internet the page loads faster. I like your comment sections to because it is better than just some cut and paste stuff. I just read that Deborah had a tradgedy so now understand what happened to this thread for so long.  I hope things are well for her now. but I think you should put more pages up to because they are really good Andy.  thank for those contributions.--- kipper

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Thanks Ross and Walter and the others for the kind words. kipper and andy,  I do know that Ross and Walter are great people. Fact! 

This thread is open to anyone to post as they will (just not cool to use other peoples work).  Anyhow, good luck with keeping the thread updated. I truly mean this :whistling:   

  

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On 9/12/2016 at 11:45 AM, Deborah J said:

Thanks Ross and Walter and the others for the kind words. kipper and andy,  I do know that Ross and Walter are great people. Fact! 

This thread is open to anyone to post as they will (just not cool to use other peoples work).  Anyhow, good luck with keeping the thread updated. I truly mean this :whistling:   

  

Hi Deb,

Hope you feel better soon?  The link below isn't my work but it is a really nice history page provided by our webmaster. so I hope this helps get this thread going again.

Kipper

 

http://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/september-24-1971

 

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October 15

1966 - Robert Plant - Listen - Birmingham,West Midlands,England/Cofton Country Club

1988 - Robert Plant - Now And Zen Tour - New Haven,CT/Veterans Memorial Coliseum

1990 - Robert Plant - Manic Nirvana Tour - Greensboro,NC/Greensboro Coliseum

1990 - Led Zeppelin - "Remastered" Two-disk released

1995 - Page & Plant - Unledded Tour - Auburn Hills,MI/The Palace in Auburn Hills

1999 - John Paul Jones - Zooma Tour - Boston,MA/Paradise Rock Club

2002 - Robert Plant - Strange Sensation - Birmingham,West Midlands,England/Birmingham Academy

2009 - John Paul Jones - Them Crooked Vultures - New York,NY/Roseland Ballroom

2011 - Jason Bonham - JBLZE - Las Vegas,NV/Aliante Station Casino

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I'm not sure if this is a good place to ask but can someone help me find out if these autographs are original or fake?

I would really appreciate it!

if I posted it in the wrong place then I'm really sorry!

thank you

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On 3/7/2010 at 6:36 AM, ledzepfvr said:

March 5, 1971 - Stairway To Heaven is played for the first time to an audience

 

 

March 4, 1980 - John Bonham makes a TV appearance on "Alright Now" with Bill Connolly

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November 15th

1966 - Jimmy Page - The Yardbirds- Bowling Green,KY/University of Kentucky,E. A. Diddle Arena - Dick Clark Caravan of Stars tour

1967 - Robert Plant - Band Of Joy - Wolverhampton,West Midlands,England/Blue Horizon Club

 

 

 

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November 17th

1966 - Jimmy Page - The Yardbirds-Martin,TN/University of Tennessee,Skyhawk Fieldhouse - Dick Clark Caravan of Stars tour

1971 - Led Zeppelin - Birmingham,West Midlands,England/Kinetic Circus,Mayfair Suite

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November 18th

1971 - Led Zeppelin - Sheffield,South Yorkshire,England/University of Sheffield, Students Union

 

November 19th

1966 - Jimmy Page-The Yardbirds-Detroit, MI./Michigan State Fair Coliseum

1982 - Led Zeppelin - Coda released 

2012 - Led Zeppelin - Celebration Day released

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Not sure how to add dates the list, For June 5, I would like to add:

2015 - Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters - Hunter Mountain, NY/Mountain Jam Festival

Absolutely great show in the misty mountains...11037318_10153301672113895_3184161120033

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forty years gone

 

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