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  1. Pretty sure this one is during Radioactive. Loved this song then, still love it now!
  2. Okay, let me preface by saying: You must have "Bootleg eyes" 😆 I was a 19 year old sophomore at ASU with a crap camera I can't begin to tell you how thrilled I was to see James Patrick Page live for the first time! We had a blast in the upper deck at the Tempe Activities Center this March night back in 1985. Thoroughly enjoyed this concert. This picture is definitely during WS/BMS. I'll post the second picture shortly.
  3. Bill Graham's men should have flown over to England after the no contest ruling in 1978 and beat the living daylights out of whoever between Grant, Bindon, Cole and Bonzo physically laid a hand upon Graham's man backstage who took the beating. What those guy(s) did to that man in that trailer backstage at Oakland in 1977, easily deserved the same punishment in return.
  4. Exactly two years apart and exactly the same result: Jimmy botches the solo badly in both songs: Oakland July 23, 1977 - Ten Years Gone Copenhagen July 23, 1979 - Misty Mountain Hop And, he makes amends on both songs, the next day at both shows.
  5. Another interesting aspect from reading this article, which was written less than a month before the actual Pop Fest Weekend: there's no mention at all of signing the Doors this late in the game for the Pop Fest. They must have been a last minute addition to the festival. Significant in that it turned out to be the only time the Zep and The Doors shared a bill.
  6. I think about two shows in particular, had the tour continued: Next scheduled show in New Orleans at the 80K sold out Superdome. Would have expected the Oakland resurgence to continue...New Orleans was a USA spiritual home for Zep as well. Would Bonzo play Over the Top? Does In My Time Of Dying make it's return to the set list? Does Heartbreaker return, in for TU? Extra encore due to the size of the crowd (Black Dog/It'll Be Me)? Chicago make up shows from April 9 - can't remember if it was scheduled for August 2 or August 3. Jimmy tells Circus magazine on April 10 he suffered from food poisoning on April 9, and that Zep is not a rip off band, and they'll do an all request show to make up. Would Zep really do an all request show, given the set list consistency throughout the tour? After the USA tour...?
  7. I'm sorry Strider, I mis-read your original post. Thanks for clarifying. I was thinking that there wasn't another time that I could remember where Plant sounded so bad at a first gig or two, coming off of any mid tour break, except for Seattle, then Tempe 1977. But I had never heard the 7/6/73 Chicago show up until a couple of weeks ago, which is why I mistakenly posted. So, outside of '73 and '77's third leg, I guess the only other mid tour break taken would be '75, where the band had only 11 days off, between the rescheduled St. Louis date and Houston, which we know that no recording exists at this point (and interesting from the timeline is the concert review in which the author has seen the band every tour since 1969, but doesn't mention Plants vocals at the Houston show). Given Plants struggles since Chicago, I wonder how much worse he would have sounded in Houston (even the next night in Baton Rouge), coming off the mid tour break? Otherwise, pretty much before 1973, they did multiple short tours in any year, so analyzing Plants vocals would have to be at the first show of each tour. The only exception to that that I can think of is the UK 72-73 tour. I did read that Plant wasn't up to par on the first 1973 UK show in Sheffield, following the short break after the last Ally Pally show December 23, but that was from a cold he caught on the way to that gig. So back to your original point, indeed a mystery why his strong vocals through the first two legs of the '77 tour ended when he got to Seattle, with no mention of him being sick between the last LA show and Seattle.
  8. I used to think this, until another Forum thread recently made me seek out Chicago 7/6/73...their first gig after you saw them 6/3/73. Boy, was Plant awful at this gig. In fact, I think he sounds better in the Seattle Kingdome show, versus this Chicago show.
  9. BUMP 40 Years Gone Today. Was hoping for a new picture from this concert to surface, on this 40th anniversary. Was hoping for a new soundboard of this show to surface, on this 40th anniversary. Was hoping for a new audience recording of this show to surface, at least of the first 7 songs that never made it to tape, on this 40th anniversary. And even Jimmy wouldn't talk about it on jp.com, On This Day (Okay, I get this one is a stretch ) Sigh...maybe someday we'll get more for this maligned concert (right Nutrocker?)
  10. Steve, What is the story behind Bonzo's Montreux in September 1976? Was Bonzo was there alone, and Jimmy later added his electronic treatments from his home studio for Coda, or was jimmy in Montreux with Bonzo? I wonder what inspired Bonzo to record this? Know all were tax exiles in 1976, think the Bonhams were in the South of France, so wondered why Bonzo made the trip to Switzerland, and the general story of recording this drum solo.
  11. Awesome Sam! Hopefully more pictures of this show will surface. And, keeping my fingers crossed, maybe someone will release Tempe's full concert recording, sometime during this 40th anniversary year of this show!
  12. That the surviving members completely dismiss In Through The Out Door as an album, even as an achievement: no O2 reunion attempts (unforgivable really) minimal live interpretations on solo tours (In The Evening really being the only song from that album to get played after Zep disbanded, primarily by Plant; small exceptions: 30 seconds worth of Carouselambra in the middle of ITE during Plant/Page 1995-6 tour and a one off attempt at Fool In The Rain by Plant and Pearl Jam). Nothing by Jimmy on his tours (Ourider even with Coverdale in Japan) nor Jonesy (thought for sure Jonesy would try Carouselambra during one of his two solo tours). Even Robert, during his Nashville stint with Alison Krauss/Patty Griffin and company, could have tried Hot Dog live. That would have fit the set list during those tours.
  13. Hi Steve, Two questions on the October 1972 Bombay Recording Sessions: 1. Why didn't Robert sing the lyrics on Four Sticks? 2. Did Jimmy and Robert consider recording any other Zep songs for this session besides Friends and Four Sticks? They had by that time, 5 recorded albums (even though Houses was in the can and not released until March '73, they played 5 of those 8 tracks on that album live by the time they got to this recording session). Thinking about 1994's reunion, and songs they played with that Orchestra, other options like Rain Song and Since I've Been Loving You could have been attempted, so very curious if any attempts were considered for other Zep songs at that session. Thanks
  14. Hi Steve, Don't think this one has been addressed before: why was Bonzo the only Zep member not to attend Richard Cole's wedding in September 1978? I think it might possibly be because he got in a car wreck and had broken ribs around that time? Thanks
  15. The beautiful and unique Green Lake Aqua Theater in Seattle, with Three Dog Night, May 11, 1969 (see my avatar).
  16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlA85DrzVx0 Achilles starts at 1:35:45 Oh Sue, you're killing me. I'll admit to two things first: I LOVE ALS, no matter what: live, on Presence, and soon to be companion version next week. Probably, if pressed, my all time favorite Zep tune. But with me, that changes daily, but is always in my top 2-3 consistently I have bootleg Zep ears over the years, so I'll admit, I'll tolerate just about any live version of any Zep song That said, I just listened to this version twice, once listening, and once watching visuals, to see any distress in the band's performance. I could see easily nitpick certain points of ALS, but certain points sound fantastic too. Where I see distress is the Ahhs towards the end, which when listening, makes me think Jimmy busted a string (which seems to be in evidence at the song's end that Jimmy finishes). You can see Robert wincing too during the Ahhs. What are your pain points in this version? I respect your opinion, so want to know your thoughts on this. I'll take this version over the 7/20/77 version, and would have easily welcomed this version at the 6/26/80 and 7/7/80 shows.
  17. How many times in '77 did Zep play Nutrocker in the middle of No Quarter? When was the first time in '77? When was the last time (guessing sometime during the 2nd leg, before LA and San Diego; don't think they played it in the 3rd leg, although we don't have a Tempe recording)
  18. RIP Dennis Sheehan, who worked with Robert on the 1977 US Tour. Nothing on Robert's website yet, but am sure he'll post something, since he did that nice video tribute honoring Dennis a couple of years ago. https://www.yahoo.com/music/u2s-longtime-tour-manager-dennis-sheehan-dies-120033906161.html
  19. Never heard this show until it was posted on another thread recently, but man, Oklahoma City 1977 is so dreadful, I think my ears are bleeding. Horrendous!!!
  20. I know I am in the minority on this on this thought, but I am very disappointed the companion disc doesn't contain any in progress version of D'yer Mak'er!!!
  21. PlanetPage and Steve, Funny coincidence happened here on your exchange here, and so timely: prior to your email PP about your discovery, I asked Steve about this one off September 1970 Madison Square Garden date. Well, your thread brought me to the 1970 timeline section of this site, and I started looking at the April 1970 Montreal date. In looking at all the images associated with this date, one caught my eye: renown Canadian Zep writer/lover Ritchie Yorke's East Coast column. In it, he writes about Zep's next North American tour, In August and September 1970. He then quotes it will include 3 dates at Madison Square Garden! So Steve, at least we have a little more to go by now that we have this information. Don't know whether or not it will solve the mystery on how Zep's 3 show MSG dates turned into one date with two shows on the same day, but it's a start! Thanks PP!!!
  22. Apologies in advance Steve if this question has been asked before. It would be great to view a transcript of all 266 pages of what I consider bar none, the best LZ Forum topic, so I could verify whether or not this has been asked in this amazing thread yet, so here goes: what is the story of LZ playing Madison Square Garden September 19, 1970, ten days after they played their last tour date in the states in Boston on September 9? I know Boston came up last minute, as a result of a cancelled gig in the area in August 1970, so they had to go from Honolulu to Boston in 3 days. But then to go back to England, attend and receive awards at Melody Maker, then fly back to New York, seems like an awful lot. Add to that, doing two Madison Square concerts in one day, why not spread them out over two days instead of two shows in one day? If you think about it, Zep could have easily played the Garden when they were back East starting the tour in August. It's not like they were rusty, having played 4 German dates the previous month. Furthermore, it's not like the Garden was in use, since it wasn't hockey or basketball season (unless they had Barnum and Bailey in town for a week).. It just seems mysterious: why Zep would fly back to the US for one date in New York why squeeze in two shows in one day, when they could have played Saturday night and Sunday night in the Garden Any sound reasons for these decisions?
  23. My favorite live one is, which show is it, the one where Robert sings all of his lyrics correctly as on PG?
  24. ^ September 24, 1980 - last time Led Zeppelin plays together as a band at Bray Studios, first day of rehearsal for the 1980 Fall tour of the USA
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