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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1970.04.14 Led Zeppelin Ottawa Ontario Ottawa Sunshine

 Led Zeppelin
Ottawa Ontario
Ottawa Sunshine

Here is the link
Press Review: Thousands Thrill to Rock Band

Led Zeppelin, one of the world's most foremost rock bands, presented a concert April 14, in the Ottawa Civic Centre, Ottawa, Ont. The concert was sponsored by one of the local music stores, the Treble Cleft. The concert was an immeasurable success and attended by nearly 8,000 young people.

The Zeppelin presented themselves not only as splended musicians but as true showmen. Although the group arrived late, they performed a thrilling show with a highlight of John Bonham's drum solo without drum sticks. Bonham formed such a rapore with the audience it seemed that you and he were alone. Everyone was aware of this & it gave added reason for the standing ovation given him.

Jimmy Page also had a solo on lead guitar. Jimmy showed that he not only a master on lead with his fingers but also with a violin bow. Page's presentation of "Heartbreaker" was completely unbelievable. It was like listening to the song for the first time. Page also received a standing ovation.

John Paul Jones remained somewhat subdued as usual. But his bass was as heavy and as great as always. John Paul,
also spent some time on the electric piano as did Robert Plant.

The showman himself, Bob Plant, seemed to have cut his vocals somewhat but still thrilled the crowd with "Dazed and Confused". Plant's bodymotions set the whole audience loose and relaxed. Robert's harmonica sounded as sweet and mellow as always. The group left the stage with the crowd begging for more.

Love, music, freedom, and peace.

[M.Sanford/Journal 1970]

All that remains from this excellent, Pagey dominated show. Robert's voice is crystal clear and the band is slick and fluid, especially Page who pushes it all to the limits, especially in a frenzied Heartbreaker compete with the 1970 Theremin introduction.

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