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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1969.03.15 Led Zeppelin Denmark Early Show & Late Show

Led Zeppelin
Denmark Early
Show & Late Show

Here is the link
Teen Club,Egegaard Skole

01.The Train Kept A Rollin'
02.I Can't Quit You
03.As Long As I Have You (includes Fresh Garbage)
04.You Shook Me
05.Communication Breakdown

The audience tape begins with a lengthy introduction of the band. The levels fluctuate wildly during Train Kept a Rollin'. Plant, Jones, and Bonzo play an excellent bluesy jam, in which Jones shows off his chops, while Page changes a broken string. Bonzo loses the snares from his snare drum during I Can't Quit You Baby.

It sounds as if the band is about to play Communication Breakdown right after the bow solo in Dazed and Confused. There's something wrong with Page's equipment near the end of the song, causing his guitar to drop out for the last verse. How Many More Times includes an extended jam/guitar solo, but the band seems to get lost a few times. The audience tape ends with another lengthy stage announcement.

The tape starts with Plant mentioning a forty-five minute delay. His voice breaks a couple times in Train Kept a Rollin', but it doesn't slow him down. He's warmed up by I Can't Quit You Baby, which draws shouts from the crowd. Page's fingers get a bit sticky in the last solo.

As Long as I Have You has a frantic intro. Bonzo is attacking his drums nonstop. Page's playing is aggressive in the solo. Plant is going wild, telling the audience to "sock it to me." An excellent version of I Just Want to Make Love to You is included before the last verse. There's a tongue in cheek intermission jam before Plant introduces You Shook Me, "despite Che Guevara." Page's guitar tone is very loud and abrasive. The short show ends with Communication Breakdown, which has a Hendrix-inspired intro.

Brondby Pop Club,Norregard Hallen

01.The Train Kept A Rollin'
02.I Can't Quit You
03.Dazed & Confused
04.You Shook Me

An incredibly powerful concert! The band is really ripping through everything tonight. As Long As I Have You is a shortened, compact and brutal version. Dazed And Confused is missing here, only the second time known (so far, see February 1st, 1969 for the other). Page checks the guitar-tuning with a bossa nova riff, quickly followed by the other two instruments for a few seconds, Plant says: "We'll try to carry on despite Che Guevara" much to everyone's amusement. You Shook Me and Communication Breakdown are massive as well.

Plant thanks the audience for their patience before Train Kept a Rollin'. Page's guitar licks sound like razor blades in I Can't Quit You Baby. Dazed and Confused is dedicated to "the young ladies working the strobes." Page slaps the strings aggressively during the bow solo. His guitar tone is dirty and gritty in You Shook Me.

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