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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1971.11.13 Led Zeppelin Dundee Scotland

Led Zeppelin
Dundee Scotland

Here is the link
101. Immigrant Song/Heartbreaker
102. Black Dog
103. Rock And Roll
104. Since I've Been Loving You
105. Stairway To Heaven
106. That's The Way
107. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
108. Tangerine1

201. Dazed & Confused
202. What Is And What Should Never Be
203. Moby Dick
204. Whole Lotta Love
205. Communication Breakdown
206. Weekend


Press Review: Led Zeppelin Overpower Fans

Led Zeppelin – one of rock music’s most successful groups – appeared at Dundee Caird Hall on Saturday night, and with a full house of 2560 fans the atmosphere was electric.

No support act had been contracted, so Zeppelin were on stage at the unusually early time of 8.15.

As the house lights dimmed, the power amplifier system of the band staggered the fans with its enormous volume.

For 50 minutes the band, who have released three LPs to date and who are releasing a fourth one very shortly, played some heavy rock/blues. The sound often reached overpowering proportions.

Every number was well received. Shortly after 9 p.m. the group went into an acoustic set which took them through to 10 p.m.

The last 45 minutes were like the first segment, in the violent rock music vein.

The fans, who bought nearly all the tickets on the first day of their sale, heard Whole Lotta Love and Moby Dick.

The band was called back for an encore and Jimmy Page and company complimented the fans on their warm applause.

They were told: “You’ve got a great little world of rock appreciation here.”

This was the only date in Scotland of the band’s present tour of the British Isles. (Nov. ’71)

Good show. Plant's voice is beginning to show some wear and he seems to take it easy up until the medley at the end of the show. Page and Bonham, on the other hand, are still very much in it from the very start, playing just as they had been at the last recorded date at the tour-opener in Newcastle. This show features the first recorded performance of Bron-Y-Aur Stomp since the official full debut in Osaka on September 28th that year. The best playing of the night is definitely the Whole Lotta Love medley, which features the band doing Hello Mary Lou, Mess Of Blues and a fantastic version of Honey Bee, where Page delivers some excellent soloing, and Plant finally lets his voice rip. The band also play an excellent version of Eddie Cochran's Weekend, with Page again putting in a great solo and Plant again giving the vocals a good effort.

1 comment:

  1. The back cover photo was taken during the actual 71 concert. The front cover shows a steam train that was the one that crashed into the River Tay when the old railway bridge collapsed.