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I recently got Not Warm It's Hot from Germany 1973 but it's set seems a bit short and it has Bron-Y-Aur Stomp on it wich makes me wonder is it a full concert and is it even frm 1973???!!!

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I recently got Not Warm It's Hot from Germany 1973 but it's set seems a bit short and it has Bron-Y-Aur Stomp on it wich makes me wonder is it a full concert and is it even frm 1973???!!!

this is a really excellent show! many consider it to be the best from the Euro 73 tour. if you can get around the ballance trouble, and focus especially on D&C you can really find yourself going off to another place.

give it a couple listenings it will grow on you :D

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So those are all the songs they played that night? Theres no cutting out of songs?

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Check out the Vienna show from March 16th ´73!

I just got "Danke Vienna!" which contains one of the best versions of OTHAFA. STH is excellent. And D&C is another highlight. I think these gigs were the best Jimmy Page ever played. So unbelievably fast, furious and focused. Awesome! :D:rolleyes:

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So those are all the songs they played that night? Theres no cutting out of songs?

Full concert 125min. Complete show

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You figure they didn't play Moby Dick in the March '73 shows, so that cuts 30 minutes out of the show. With it, the shows would've been closer to 2 1/2 hours, which was about standard for the '73 US tour.

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You figure they didn't play Moby Dick in the March '73 shows, so that cuts 30 minutes out of the show. With it, the shows would've been closer to 2 1/2 hours, which was about standard for the '73 US tour.

With no Moby Dick being played I wonder when the audience went to the bar/toilet? :D

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With no Moby Dick being played I wonder when the audience went to the bar/toilet? :D

I always take care of my business before the show and NEVER leave during a performance for food, drink or anything. One disclaimer though, if I'd gone to a '77 show, I might have left during the noise solo. <_<

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With no Moby Dick being played I wonder when the audience went to the bar/toilet? :D

I woulda gone during Bron-Y-Aur Stomp.

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I always take care of my business before the show and NEVER leave during a performance for food, drink or anything. One disclaimer though, if I'd gone to a '77 show, I might have left during the noise solo. <_<

I always made a point to just swig whisky on concert nights so I wouldn't have to go pody!

one time though I was spending the day in downtown Chicago with some friends we were going to see Peter Murphy later that night at the Riv. and I was drinking wine and beer all night, and had to go pody alot. so I was on the main floor and was 8 feet away from the action and had to go and I just said F'it !!there is no way I'm missing this....I had like 3 beer cups at the bottom of my feet and it was so dark noone would ssee. so you know what I did then.....like 3 times :D

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Yah I wasnt sure if it was full with no Moby Dick, or Dancing Days.

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Check out the Vienna show from March 16th ´73!

I just got "Danke Vienna!" which contains one of the best versions of OTHAFA. STH is excellent. And D&C is another highlight. I think these gigs were the best Jimmy Page ever played. So unbelievably fast, furious and focused. Awesome! :D:rolleyes:

I just downloaded Danke Vienna as well, and recently picked up Not Warm, Its Hot.

Two excellent shows. Now i understand why many feel this was the band at its hottest (euro 73). I still prefer the sept 71 shows, but these shows are certainly some of the best.

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Yea I agree. If you ask me Fall '71 was their best, but these shows are all pretty good too. I just can't get used to Plant's post '73 voice breaking up every once in a while. I guess screaming at the top of your lungs for 4-5 years will do that to a man.

Still tho, the only thing that beats Robert Plant is Pre '73 Robert Plant.

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Check out the Vienna show from March 16th ´73!

I just got "Danke Vienna!" which contains one of the best versions of OTHAFA. STH is excellent. And D&C is another highlight. I think these gigs were the best Jimmy Page ever played. So unbelievably fast, furious and focused. Awesome! :D:rolleyes:

i have that to, great boot.

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