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John M

Vienna 73 Heartbreaker

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I have two questions.  Right before they start that wonderful intro (the one Luis Rey tagged as "spastic" (in a good way)), Plant says "That's not good."  I cannot figure out what he is referring to. Anyone know?

 

Second, did they ever play an intro like this at any other show?  It is such a cool groove.   I think it is better than the old Rice Pudding intro to Heartbreaker, which as amazing itself.

 

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I think Plant is referring to something hes sees going on in the audience.

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3 hours ago, juxtiphi said:

I think Plant is referring to something hes sees going on in the audience.

Most likely, yes.  To the other question, no, I've never heard this cool jam played elsewhere, a pity.  The Vienna show is amazing, one of my favorites. 

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A similar pre-jam can be found in 1970/03/07 : Casino, Montreux, Switzerland .

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On 9/4/2016 at 7:28 PM, No Quota said:

A similar pre-jam can be found in 1970/03/07 : Casino, Montreux, Switzerland .

In that show the Heartbreaker intro is the main riff from Jeff Beck's "Rice Pudding".  A great intro indeed.

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