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NealKenneth

List their live legacy in five nights or less!

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26 April 1969 in San Francisco, California
31 August 1970 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
21 July 1973 in Providence, Rhode Island
28 April 1977 in Richfield, Ohio
30 June 1980 in Frankfurt, Germany

These, in my opinion, are their five greatest performances.  Around 50 songs are played across about 75 performances total.  Sadly, none of these nights were multi-tracked, but the quality shines through.

What five nights (or less) would you choose to represent Led Zeppelin live?

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January 9, 1970 London, England

September 19, 1970 New York, New York (evening show)

June 19, 1972 Seattle, Washington

June 25, 1972 Los Angeles, California

June 21, 1977 Los Angeles, California

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April 24, 1969 - San Francisco

September 29, 1971 - Osaka

May 25, 1975 - London

June 21, 1977 - Los Angeles

August 4, 1979 - Knebworth

 

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May 17th, 1975

May 18th, 1975

May 23rd, 1975

May 24th, 1975

May 25th, 1975

Earl's Court, London... five glorious nights indeed!

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January 9, 1970 London

September 4, 1970 Los Angeles

March 5, 1971 Belfast

May 3, 1971 Copenhagen

June 25, 1972 Los Angeles

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Live Aid '85

Atlantic Reunion '88

Hammersmith Odeon '83

Knebworth '90

Rock 'n' roll hall of fame '95

 

Ha ha.

 

 

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Live Aid '85

Atlantic Reunion '88

Hammersmith Odeon '83

Knebworth '90

Rock 'n' roll hall of fame '95

 

Ha ha.

 

 

TBH Knebworth 90' was pretty hot as was the RRHOF 95'. Though, sad to say, none were Zeppelin as the great engine Bonham was gone.

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There was a lot of good will and energy at Knebworth 90, but Page's playing was iffy and the drummer had a shit, thin-sounding kit. I thought RRHOF was a bit of a non-event, to be honest. It didn't do anything for me. The best bit was Neil Young going mental with a lengthy solo in WTLB. I wondered at the time if he was actually taking the piss out the whole hard rock thing.

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1969/08/31
1971/09/29
1975/05/25
1977/06/27
1980/06/30

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