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  1. Here are some never-before-seen fan photos from Led Zeppelin's legendary Carnegie Hall (October 17, 1969) appearance. A group of 15 year-old fans captured their experience at the 8:30pm (early show) from the 10th row. They describe a lack of security, except for Carnegie Hall ushers and were free to venture up to the front of the stage for a few pics as well. Amazingly, these photos also reveal Jimmy Page's first photographed live use of his Black Beauty Les Paul during Led Zeppelin and confirms it was brought to North America for this fall 1969 tour. http://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/october-17-1969
  2. 1969. The year Led Zeppelin launched in the record shops and Apollo 11 launched to the moon. Which means you have to be over 50 to have memories of either event, hahaha. As a kid I hated getting up early during summer vacation. It would take an act of god or mother nature (Earthquake!) to get me out of bed before 9 am. There were a few exceptions...going surfing or going on a camping trip. The other exception was the Apollo mission launches. They usually happened around 6 am PST. 50 years ago on July 16, 1969 I gladly got up at 6 am for the Apollo 11 rocket launch. This was the BIG ONE...the first manned expedition to the moon. If you didn't get goosebumps you weren't human. The launch occurred exactly at 6:32 am PST...13:32 UTC (or Greenwich Mean Time). So fellow Forum Members...who else was up watching the Apollo 11 launch 50 years ago? Was it a big deal or no deal in your household/city/country? You can relive the launch here: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/apollo-11-landing-watch-live-stream-the-moon-landing-original-date-50-year-anniversary-july-16-1969/
  3. I'm trying to find ideas for conglomerating concerts (see my YouTube channel for two concerts I've already done.) After I do Knebworth '79, I'm thinking of doing the first Boston Tea Party run in January '69. There are 2 definitive dates to mix from, 1/23 and 1/26. The issue I'm running into concerns this concert: Is it January 25, 1969? OR May 27, 1969? When searching both dates, the same concert comes up. Led Zeppelin's official website seems to point to the January 25th, but other Zep Heads seem to suggest it is from May 27th. I'm not well versed in their early shows (I find myself listening to later Zeppelin more often than not,) so if I could get some opinions on this matter, it would be much appreciated!
  4. First off I'd like to say I am new to the forum and this is my first post, and this question was obviously asked before but, What is your favorite Led Zeppelin year? And why is it? Whether its album releases or live performances. - My favorite year is 1972. Not only Roberts vocals hitting his peak, but Jimmy's live tone was just magnificent. And the recorded audio is very clean. Their performances had many songs from my favorite album "Houses of the Holy". And not to mention it had some of Jimmy Page's beard in that year I believe.
  5. Does anyone know how to find an original print from the original negative of Zeppelin sitting outside of the Chateau Marmont in 1969? The photographer Jay Thompson (British) has passed away with very little estate or contact information. greatly appreciate any clues.
  6. Prior to last night's tragic attacks in Paris, Canal+ aired a segment on Led Zeppelin on Le Grand Journal. Journalist Guillaume Durand recalled his first ever concert: Led Zeppelin in Chatenay-Malabry (Paris) on Dec. 6, 1969. Shown were a few of the only known photos to exist of the gig (by Gilles Chateau). Screenshots & video: Watch the segment here: Guillaume Durand à propos de Led Zeppelin - Le Grand Journal du 13/11
  7. Ive been able to figure out a good portion of the how many more times danmarks solo, but am having trouble figuring whats going on when the two separate times he is using the same formation but flying up and down the neck.
  8. This is might be a really specific question but this is the right place to ask right? So I got the Deluxe box set for LZ as a graduation present yesterday(loving it so far) and I obviously listened to it and when I listened to the L'Olympia show on the companion disc it reminded me of a small detail that I loved when I first heard the bootleg which is the whistle Robert does during You Shook Me when he goes;"... I got a bird that whistles.." and for some reason it really stuck on to me, it's a freaking awesome whistle and I'm wondering if he does it at any other show. I've listened to quite a lot of shows with YSM but I don't recall ever hearing him do that besides that one show, so does anybody know? Here's the whistle in question
  9. You might enjoy a personal remembrance of the epic 1969 Led Zeppelin concert in NYC's Central Park, which ranks as one of the biggest early "events" in their touring history. See Link Here: to Forbes.com article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidwismer/2012/11/18/led-zeppelins-celebration-day-rocks-it/
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