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DavidZoso

Brussels,Belgium- Vorst Nationaal January 12,1975

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This is the second warm up show that Led Zeppelin played for their upcoming US 1975 tour. The band would be playing for the second time Sick Again, In My Time of Dying, Trampled Underfoot, Kashmir and The Wanton Song (which wouldn't last too far into the US '75 tour.) They also for the first time played When the Levee Breaks and since Jimmy had injured his finger on a train while rehearsing for these shows he had to drop the more demanding Dazed and Confused and instead for the time being play How many More Times which hadn't been played in awhile.

But since no audio has surafced for the first show I can't say for certain that they did everything they did at the Brussels show.

Setlist:

Rock and Roll

Sick Again

Over the Hills and Far Away

When the Levee Breaks

The Song Remains the Same

Rain Song

Kashmir

The Wanton Song

No Quarter

Trampled Underfoot

In My Time of Dying

Stairway to Heaven

encores:

Whole Lotta Love

Black Dog

Communication Breakdown

Rock and Roll or Sick Again

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When the Levee Breaks

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In My Time of Dying or When the Levee Breaks

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The Song Remains the Same

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The Song Remains the Same

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The Song Remains the Same or Stairway to Heaven

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The Rain Song

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Kashmir

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In My Time of Dying

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Whole Lotta Love

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Seeing your pics really shocks me. Like those really famous pictures usually seen, It's cool to finally find out the actual dates! :D

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Nice pants Jimmy. :D

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Nice pants Jimmy. :D

Yeah he wore those same plaid pants at some early shows in 1970 and pulled them out one more time. haha

IN fact here is a pic from their concert in Montreux-at the Montreux Casino March 7, 1970

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Speaking of unusual Page pants, do you have a colour shot of him with the pants with the colored squares?

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Speaking of unusual Page pants, do you have a colour shot of him with the pants with the colored squares?

Here:

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WRONG.

The fuck, you wanted a color pic of page with those pants, which I got.

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I have the boot for this show; there are two of them and I have the better sounding one. I must say, this set is one of my favorites of the '75 tour. It would have been awesome if they also played Moby Dick and How Many More Times or Dazed and Confused but Jimmy injured his finger. I'm sure they also would have played Since I've Been Loving You as well but it had to be cut.

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The fuck, you wanted a color pic of page with those pants, which I got.

If I wanted those, I would of said so..... :wtf:

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If I wanted those, I would of said so..... :wtf:

Well, you asked "do you have a colour shot of him with the pants with the colored squares?", the photo that I gave you is a colour shot of him with pants with the colored squares!

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Different kind, if I asked that, I would say those pants in color....

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Different kind, if I asked that, I would say those pants in color....

Ohhhhh!:lol:

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Thanks!

What show is this?

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Thanks!

What show is this?

I'm sure that Steve, among others, could confirm(or not),but I have it as Mar.8 1970 Munich Germany

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BEST.PANTS.EVER.

Thanks!

What show is this?

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I'm sure that Steve, among others, could confirm(or not),but I have it as Mar.8 1970 Munich Germany

Yea, this is definitely from March 8, 1970, here are these two photos, (for clothing comparison):

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Notice Jimmy's smile....

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Stairway to Heaven

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Edited by DavidZoso

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I always thought this was a really good show. Audio wise it's 7.5-8 to me at least. I love the version of Kashmir and No Quarter. No Quarter reminds me of how they jammed on it in 1973.

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