boogie woogie Posted January 28, 2011 Share Posted January 28, 2011 I just learned today that Wolfgang's vault released a Day on the Green DVD in 2010 featuring Peter Frampton and Lynyrd Skynyrd. As you can imagine the footage is incredible. So it seems possible that Zeppelin were professionally filmed as well as the other bands that played during this series of concerts in 1977 right? I think the line-up included: Day On The Green #1: Fleetwood Mac, The Doobie Brothers, Gary Wright, Steve Gibbons Band (May 7, 1977). Day On The Green #2 & 3: Eagles, Steve Miller Band, Heart, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Foreigner (May 28 & 30, 1977). Day On The Green #4 & 5: Peter Frampton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Santana, Outlaws (July 2 & 4, 1977). Day On The Green #6 & 7: Led Zeppelin, Derringer, Judas Priest (July 23 & 24 1977) So why wasn't zeppelin and the other bands included? we're they just not filmed? Is it for legal reasons? For zeppelin given the tales of backstage brawls maybe it's all to tragic for this footage to ever see the light of day commercially. But maybe on the bootleg circuit? Any thoughts or insight? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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