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the best live song of led zeppelin?

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"Going to california" with the rare hand movements of Plant and the mandolin....

I don´t now but this song seduces me!

Obviously Led zeppelin had a lot of another exelents live songs...

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I gotta say Dazed and Confused at Royal Albert Hall in 1970. Feels like its just straight out energy and no fancy lengthy solos like the TSRTS one. Even though that was awesome as well. I gotta go Royal Albert Hall 1970.

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The upcoming CD from the 2007 O2 show, will have some great examples of live Led Zeppelin, that are moving and exciting to listen to, even more than the studio versions, imo.

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The list of live songs I've mostly been listening to:

No Quarter

Kashmir

Stairway to Heaven

In My Time of Dying

Trampled Under Foot

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The IMTOD from the O2 show is amazing !

Favorite Live Songs by year:

1970 - Heartbreaker & WLL

1971 - STH

1973 - R&R

1975 - D&C

1977 - Kashmir

1980 - ALS

2007 - Kashmir & IMTOD

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Dazed and Confused from How the West Was Won and SRTS

Dancing Days

Going to California both from How the West Was Won

Whole Lotta Love from SRTS

Heartbreaker from Earls Court May 25th

Achilles Last Stand - '77

Kashmir

Nobody's Fault But Mine both from Kembworth

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Knebworth:

Kashmir

Whole Lotta Love

The Song Remains the Same

Over the Hills & Far Away

The Song Remains the Same:

No Quarter

Royal Albert Hall '70:

Dazed & Confused

We're Gonna Groove

Bring It On Home

White Summer

How The West Was Won:

La Drone/Immigrant Song (My favorite one)

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Knebworth:

Kashmir

Whole Lotta Love

The Song Remains the Same

Over the Hills & Far Away

The Song Remains the Same:

No Quarter

Royal Albert Hall '70:

Dazed & Confused

We're Gonna Groove

Bring It On Home

White Summer

How The West Was Won:

La Drone/Immigrant Song (My favorite one)

This ^ plus C'mon Everybody/Something Else from Royal Albert Hall.

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1. Dazed and Confused (Violin Bow Solo '77 as well.)

2. No Quarter

3. Heartbreaker

4. Whole Lotta Love

5. Pat's Delight/Moby Dick/Over the Top

6. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp

7. White Summer/Black Mountain Side (Both in the early times and in latter '77)

8. Achilles' Last Stand

9. Communcation Breakdown

10. Kashmir

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one of my current favorites is "Since I've Been Loving You" i think 1973 Madison Square Garden.

i like almost all No Quarter and Achilles live versions also.

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Since I've Been Loving You is one of my favorites played live.

Babe I'm Gonna Leave You was always great when it was played.

The Rain Song as well as Over The Hills And Far Away both were usually great!

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Dazed and Confused was great, had lots of creativity and sound-was long but still enjoyable, Heartbreaker and The Song remains the Same are both favorites, live and in the studio, and of course Since I've Been Loving You is a great one too, great studio track-but really grabs you live

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This seems more opinion based than fact, but I'm going to have to go with these:

Dazed and Confused and How Many More Times for Jimmy Page's violin bow solo in live versions.

Moby Dick because of Bonham's insane drum solo.

Whole Lotta Love because the song was practically made for improv on stage with one of my favorite solos

When the Levee breaks because of John Paul Jones' lap steel guitar solo and the heavy drum beat from Bonham

In My Time of Dying because of the awesome slide guitar from Mr. Page and it has the first guitar solo I learned to play from beginning to end

While I'm at it, I might as well add every Led Zeppelin song!

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Ditto

1970 - Heartbreaker & WLL

1971 - STH

1973 - R&R

1975 - D&C

1977 - Kashmir

1980 - ALS

2007 - Kashmir & IMTOD

IMTOD

I didn't know there was so much more there than they had ever brought. Robert sang it like he meant it- every phrase with command especially after the "honey bee" This was #1 highlight for me, Kashmir was #2.

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No Quarter from TSRTS.

^^^ Me too! It is one of the shorter live versions but everybody plays so tight. Robert's signature wailing is glorious along with Jimmy's sensual rhythmic guitar especially near the end. John Paul Jones and John Bonham are lock step in the groove the whole way...a fantastic performance imo.

Runner Ups.....(too many to list, but here are my 2nd and 3rd picks for now!) :)

The Rain Song, Earl's Court 5/24/75.

Ten Years Gone, Knebworth 8/04/79.

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as a side note the BIGLY from '98 had some bawls, not thread jacking just saying if anyone is looking for a live version that is more check it

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if anyone is a fan of alternate or spontaneous lyric and delivery it has become a favorite for me. I think the honesty is a safe place for me and it is medicinal

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thank you missytootsweet for reminding me of RAIN SONG, E.C. 5/24/75 and TYG at Knebworth mesmerizes me still.

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I had to think about this one, and honestly maybe it's just the one that kept coming back to mind as there are so many amazing live performances. They were just the BEST LIVE ...and maybe it's because it was the first song I heard...but here is my 2 cents :peace:

Led Zeppelin - I Can't Quit You Babe

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FX_cixaPHbA

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