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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1969.06.27 Led Zeppelin Playhouse Theatre, London Another White Summer (SoundBoard)

Led Zeppelin
Playhouse Theatre, London
Another White Summer

Here is the link
The tape begins with a quick intro by Alan Black. A wonderfully flawless version of Communication Breakdown, including It's Your Thing, is followed by an equally fantastic I Can't Quit You Baby. Page's sticky fingers tear the notes out of the strings. There is a brief interview with Page and Plant before Dazed and Confused.

There is a bizarre post-apocalyptic comedy sketch interlude before a dynamic White Summer/Black Mountain Side. You Shook Me features Jones on organ. Bonzo's drums sound like a pounding heartbeat. Plant's extended harmonica solo has the whole band in top form. How Many More Times features a mellow jazzy groove during the guitar solo and the "squeeze my lemon..." interlude during the "got you in the sights..." section. A flawless radio performance by Led Zeppelin, definitely a must hear.

This show was recorded for the BBC to broadcast the entire show, and here it all is. An incredible, compact, tight show that features some of the best playing ever, with Jones and Bonham shining throughout and quite possibly the best recording of Plant's voice ever. Add Jimmy's dazzling guitar work and you have a classic show.

Clive Woodward Said:
I attended the June 1969 Playhouse Theatre concert as a young 14 year old. As I was waiting in the queue outside the band came out and talked to us. My memory of them is of crushed velvet flares, grandad t-shirts and lots of hair! Inside the theatre I remember seeing plenty of afghan coats even though it was a summer's evening! As for the music, it was the loudest I had ever heard and my ears were still ringing the following morning. Jimmy's guitar and Robert's voice totally blew me away. 40 years later it is as vivid in my mind as if it were yesterday - quite simply the most memorable concert I have been to. If only there were film of it...

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