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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1969.11.07 Led Zeppelin The Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco

Led Zeppelin
The Winterland Ballroom,
San Francisco

Here is the link
This is the second to last show from the 4th US Tour of 1969 and a very exciting show! The beginning of Good Times Bad Times is quite thrilling and a long and drawn out Communication Breakdown is an early highlight. Jones plays some great bass ... check out his lines in Heartbreaker. Jimmy is definitely playing on another level and is out of this world!

Page's soloing sounds like razor blades during Good Times Bad Times/Communication Breakdown and I Can't Quit You Baby. He plays the opening chords of Joe Cocker's With a Little Help from My Friends during the latter. Plant tries to get the crowd under control before introducing Heartbreaker, to which someone near the taper responds "listen to this." The band gets a bit lost during Dazed and Confused when Page starts playing a third verse instead of the lead-in to the bow solo, but they recover quickly with an improvised transition. There are a few strange tape speed-ups/cuts during Page's solos and toward the end of the song.

There are more recording issues during White Summer/Black Mountain Side, most noticeable is a huge volume shift about two minutes in. Page plays a really nice sitar-like interlude near the middle of the song. Page goes wild during the final chorus of Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, chopping the riff to pieces. Moby Dick is cut in a few places. How Many More Times includes a strange avant-garde intro during which Page plays a bit of Count Five's Psychotic Reaction. The remainder of the tape is plagued by constant speed fluctuations until it ends during The Hunter section.

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