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What (Non-Led Zeppelin) Live Show or Song Are You Listening To At This Moment?

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One of the best concerts I ever saw was Yes in the round 1979 at Madison Square Garden.  Here are some clips from the Philly show on that tour.

 

 

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The Graveyard and Uncle Acid shows I saw last week March 15 at the Wiltern.

 

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1 hour ago, Strider said:

The Graveyard and Uncle Acid shows I saw last week March 15 at the Wiltern.

 

Uncle Acid sound like a stoner Ghost.

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REALLY getting into these guys just now.  I was overseas in a remote location when they were big, so just getting into them now.

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A nice 1977 Yes tour compilation.  Killer versions of the new tracks Parallels, Going for the One, and Awaken.

 

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Fun fact - recorded live April 27, 1969, same day as Zeppelin played at the Fillmore West.

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One of the 40-some-odd Jane's Addiction concerts I saw...the final night of a 7-night stand at the John Anson Ford Theatre JA played in April 1989.

 

 

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JA @ Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (First Lollapalooza 1991)

 

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If I recall my timeline correctly this came out in mid 1971.  I did not really hear Zep until fall 1971 when I got introduced to LZ 2.  My older brother and his friends were jamming to this album in summer 1971.  

I think it was the first live rock album I ever heard and it blew me away, especially the electric set.  A year later I wanted a copy for myself.  The closest real record store was 20 miles away.  (The local "strip mall" had some type of  cheapo version of K Mart - I am not sure K Mart was even in existence then - but they only stocked the latest Top 20 type releases and singles).   I got a ride to the "real" mall with my mom and had to order the album, since it was now 1 year old and out of stock.  Well it took forever to come in, and when it did I could not wait to get it home.  Of course it was warped and had skips in it so it had to be reordered - what agony waiting for that second order to come in.    I had older friends tell me the harmonies on the acoustic set were not great, but at age 13 in 1972  I did not care.  I wanted to crank out the electric set. 

 

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