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40 minutes ago, William Austin said:

Yes, it is there, but it's only consists of Plant singing, "mean ol' levee taught me to weep and moan" a few times over the Going Down Slow melody.

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Man what a version of Whole lotta love. Having read a lot in this Zeppelin form, it seems to me Led Zeppelin live was at it's most creative and spontaneous from 1969-1972, (maybe 73). Look at the set list for example of their setlist for their 1971 Copenhagen show:  

 
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  4. (Jake Holmes cover)
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  10. (The first and only more )
    The Maid Freed from the Gallows
  11. ([traditional] cover)
  12. (medley incl. Let That Boy more )  that would be an awesome show to have done officially. I know the 1975 tour had Phy...but most of those shows Roberts Vocals were shall I say {thrashed} but still powerful. I see why a lot of the older Zeppelin fans don't care much for the 77' shows because of the noticeable drop off in performance from Jimmy, {John Bonham was a monster in 77' best part of the band shows were his performances} and Robert vocals sometimes in certain songs he seems just to be shouting and not singing,  Sick again, In my Time of dying come to mind.  
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7 hours ago, William Austin said:

Yes, it is there, but it's only consists of Plant singing, "mean ol' levee taught me to weep and moan" a few times over the Going Down Slow melody.

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I couldn't make out a lot of what was going on, the recording (or at least the version I picked for the listen) is awful and I have been listening to boots since 1984

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