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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1971.05.03 Led Zeppelin Copenhagen (OK Audience)

Led Zeppelin
(OK Audience)

Here is the link
A rare setlist including the only known performance of Four Sticks, and the debut of Misty Mountain Hop. Over 4,000 fans in attendance pack the K.B. Hallen where they play a blistering and unique show for well over two hours.


NEARLY 4,000 Danish fans were left with almost split eardrums in Copenhagen KB Hallen, when Led Zeppelin played 135 minutes of heavy, loud rock '71, but everybody enjoyed the session and kept calling for more!

Led Zeppelin played so much better than a year ago and sounded closer in their instrumental pieces, as if knowing each other better. Jimmy Page' played some really outstanding guitar, electric as well as acoustic, and he could be "the new Hendrix," if he wants to making his guitar do almost everything in sound.

Zeppelin played material from their three LPs and presented a few new songs, which we were told appear on their next album. The best one's title was drowned by the applauding and cheering audience, but is called something like "Stairways To Heaven," a beautiful number, starting softly with Jimmy Page on guitar and a silent Robert Plant, joined by John Paul Jones on organ and then building and building in force and speed into a breathtaking climax, where everybody went wild, a real inferno of sound.

Running through well-known items, such as "Tangerine," "Gallows Pole," "Dazed And Confused," "Since I've Been Loving You," etc, the group seemed stronger than ever, controlling themselves and their music perfectly. The impact made on the fans was overpowering. They were treated almost Jaggerishiy by vital Robert Plant, who was almost all hair and voice — and what a voice!

He must have screamed away his tonsils a long time ago. Surely he has the loudest and highest voice on today's beat scene, and how he uses it! But at the end of the song, he's still got his normal voice left. Incredible and unbelieveable!

Led Zeppelin is THE rock'n'roll band in 1971, no doubt! They ended very suitably in a tribute to Elvis, including heavy versions of "That's Alright" and "A Mess Of Blues" in the middle of "Whole Lotta Love" — a marvellous show topper.

But Led Zeppelin is more than just a 'headache! They are so much more versatile now. Their music is a lot more than just blowing the heads off the audience. They are too good instrumentalists for that, the four of them, and they prove it by playing acoustic guitar in the middle of the concert and making everybody keep cool before the next musical hurricane takes off!' -G. SORENSEN, NME 1971

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