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Ten Years Gone (1970-1980)


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This is a live compilation dedicated to

all the good people here.

It can be found if you are "Hungry".........

The discussions on this board "Led" me to

a "Lotta" the music contained here.(Special

thanks as well to "The Year of Led Zeppelin" Blog!) I

tried to use the best sources as well as

keep a semblance of a real show. Pardon

the heavy leaning towards '77, but that's

the year I saw my only Zep show (6-13-77).

If any creative souls out there would like

to create some cd artwork for this comp,

please feel free. And Enjoy!!

Disc 1

The Song Remains the Same - Los Angeles 6-21-77

The Rover/Sick Again - Los Angeles 6-21-77

Nobody's Fault But Mine - Los Angeles 6-21-77

Over The Hills And Far Away - Los Angeles 6-23-77

In My Time Of Dying - Los Angeles 6-25-77

Since I've Been Loving You - Berkeley 9-14-71

No Quarter - Knebworth 8-4-79

Ten Years Gone - Copenhagan 7-24-79

Disc 2

Tangerine - Earl's Court 5-24-75

Kashmir - Los Angeles 6-25-77

Trampled Underfoot - Berlin 7-7-80

Dazed And Confused - NYC 9-19-70 Evening

Achilles Last Stand - NYC 6-13-77

Stairway To Heaven - NYC 6-13-77

Whole Lotta Love - Copenhagan 7-24-79

Disc 3 (Bonus)

Train Kept A Rollin' - Hannover 6-24-80

Heartbreaker - Vienna 3-16-73

Organ Intro - Orlando 8-31-71

Thank You - Orlando 8-31-71

Whole Lotta Love - Hamburg 3-21-73

Everybody Needs Somebody To Love - Hamburg 3-21-73

Whole Lotta Love (Reprise) - Hamburg 3-21-73

Boogie Chillun'/You're So Square(Baby I Don't Care) - Hamburg 3-21-73

Let's Have A Party - Hamburg 3-21-73

I Can't Quit You Baby - Hamburg 3-21-73

The Lemon Song - Hamburg 3-21-73

Whole Lotta Love (Finale) - Hamburg 3-21-73

Stand By Me - Osaka 10-9-72

Immigrant Song - 10-9-72

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I’ve had a lot of fun imagining the “ideal” Zeppelin concert, putting forward the best versions of the live standbys, and including some less common tracks. I put one on CD-R (three discs, I think) for myself about 10 years ago before I had an iPod. I labeled it “The Concert.” Enough said.

With the additional soundboard recordings that have emerged since, I should give it another look. I’ll post my thoughts eventually. The hard part is keeping it at 3.5 hours or so…It’s an artificial limitation of course, but realistic all the same.

I do have a preferred 1975 assemblage (my favorite tour), but would be fun to look big picture.

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