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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1972.05.28 Led Zeppelin Brussels Burning Ticket

1972.05.28
Led Zeppelin
Brussels
Burning Ticket

Here is the link
https://mega.nz/#!ys4n3I7Q!kVI3DTePeAusfCdgbBbl3JppPyxpMTpUOnBbt_41Ynw
101. Immigrant Song
102. Heartbreaker
103. Black Dog
104. Since I've Been Loving You
105. Stairway To Heaven
106. Going To California
107. That's The Way
108. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp

201. Dazed And Confused
202. What Is And What Should Never Be
203. Whole Lotta Love Medley


A great show in front of an extremely rowdy crowd that Robert has to keep yelling at. The playing is great, and a really nice acoustic set is played. Plant stops Going To California right as hes about to start its vocals. He complains about the noise and the audience not sitting down. They then restart the song. Also the band has problems with PA during the whole acoustic section and a fragment of Dazed And Confused. A firecracker explodes during bow solo. Page stops soon after. It has some great improvisations towards the end and a killer Whole Lotta Love medley includes many rare and energetic covers. Moby Dick isn't played due to the crowd's behavior.

The tape begins with a brief soundcheck before Immigrant Song. Black Dog is introduced as "le chien noir." Page and Bonzo play a Knees Up Mother Brown interlude that Plant jokes is "one off the sixth album" before Since I've Been Loving You. A very mellow rendition, the band plays with great restraint. Page is all over the place during the guitar solo in Stairway to Heaven. Plant once again opts for the lower melody during the final section, careful not to push his voice too hard. He struggles to make the crowd calm down and cooperate before Going to California, even halting the song a few bars in to make one final attempt. There are some tape garble issues in the middle of the song. Before a beautiful That's the Way, Plant slowly tells the crowd "you really are an uncontrollable bunch," being sure to annunciate every syllable.

Dazed and Confused is introduced as "one of the things that came out in the fourth night of studies" during a story about the making of the first album. The intro is extended by a few bars before Plant enters. The initial verses are slow and loose. There are some brief tape garble issues during the bow solo, which Page aborts early. Plant lets loose a few ear-splitting squeals at the beginning of the guitar solo/workout section. The theramin freakout during Whole Lotta Love includes a bit of Rosco Gordon's Just a Little Bit from Plant. The Everybody Needs Somebody to Love section is an explosion of raw power. The medley includes a riotous Boogie Chillen' with some excellent soloing from Page, Hello Mary Lou, Running Bear, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Heartbreak Hotel, Don't Be Cruel featuring a raucous guitar solo, and a fantastic Goin' Down Slow. The recording ends during the final drum roll.

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