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Jimmy's best live solos

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No Quarter 28/07/73

Stairway 27/07/73

Thank You 01/04/71

White Summer/Black Mountain Side 04/08/79 & 11/08/79

OTHAFA 04/08/79

Post some more solos.

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-BBC In Concert, 1971: Thank You (with help from JPJ on Hammond Organ and use of the leslie)

-Orlando '71: Thank You (help from John Bonham, who is going berserk)

-OTHAFA from one of the best '77 shows (a MSG gig, or 6/21 or 6/23) These always defined Jimmy to me... Seemed to add such darkness to this badass song

-No Quarter from the original TSRTS album (equally great as 7/28 uncut, just prefer the better sound quality)

(as I may have said before, almost anything he played live between '68- late '72, as this was his and the bands peak IMO)

I may add to this topic later, but to conclude my post

re: "Jimmy's best live solos"

The Royal Albert Hall show, 1970. Fucker was killin' it. His "best solo" is really just a combination of his playing with JB/JPJ's.

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1. Celebration Day- Osaka

2. Thank You- BBC

3. Tulsa Time- Dallas A.R.M.S.

4. WLL- L.A. vamps during medleys

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No Quarter 2.16.75

Stairway to Heaven 5.18.75

Since I've Been Loving You 9.9.71 & 9.29.71

and ....

Edited by paul carruthers

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Sue...

-that video is suitable for the question about best solo and best fills and turns for a drummer ever. The tightrope constructed of power, finesse, jazz, poise and joy. Thank you for the reminder.

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No problem! Anything I can do to help! :P

Sue...

-that video is suitable for the question about best solo and best fills and turns for a drummer ever. The tightrope constructed of power, finesse, jazz, poise and joy. Thank you for the reminder.

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Immigrant Song - the solo he did during the How The West Was Won concert. It was relatively short but it perfectly illustrated the song.

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-BBC In Concert, 1971: Thank You (with help from JPJ on Hammond Organ and use of the leslie)

-Orlando '71: Thank You (help from John Bonham, who is going berserk)

-OTHAFA from one of the best '77 shows (a MSG gig, or 6/21 or 6/23) These always defined Jimmy to me... Seemed to add such darkness to this badass song

-No Quarter from the original TSRTS album (equally great as 7/28 uncut, just prefer the better sound quality)

(as I may have said before, almost anything he played live between '68- late '72, as this was his and the bands peak IMO)

I may add to this topic later, but to conclude my post

re: "Jimmy's best live solos"

The Royal Albert Hall show, 1970. Fucker was killin' it. His "best solo" is really just a combination of his playing with JB/JPJ's.

:goodpost: This guy gets it!

More to come once I switch gears from Primus to Zep lol... :PB)

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I agree with Zeps 69-72 peak for all members but take Plant out of the equation and i would thrown in 73 and im back and forth on saying 75 i mean i really like it but not sure if all would agree... I guess to point out 75 that STH on the Dvd for earls court rips... I play a lot of guitar and my hands would fall apart playing an epic solo like that

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No Quarter from TSRTS always givin me goosebumps

Edited by LedBenz21

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