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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1972.06.18 Led Zeppelin Seattle WA From Vancouver To Seattle

Led Zeppelin
Seattle WA
 From Vancouver To Seattle

Here is the link
01. Announcements
02. Immigrant Song
03. Heartbreaker
04. Black Dog
05. Since I've Been Loving You
06. Stairway To Heaven
07. Going To California

A gig in Vancouver was originally scheduled for this date, but was cancelled by Vancouver city council. An announcement in the local newspaper read:

“Due to a freeze on rock concerts in Vancouver, Led Zeppelin announces that a second show will be held in the Seattle Coliseum, this Sunday at 8:00 p.m. This is a make-up for the City of Vancouver and all its Led Zeppelin fans. Tickets for the cancelled Vancouver show will be honoured at the Seattle Coliseum. So come on down and experience a killer of a show.”

All that is known to exist from this show. The night after is legendary and from what I can hear here, this one must have been very, very good too. We can only speculate if during that show some previews were also played. The show in itself was postoponed from Vancouver to Seattle due to authorities: "Well, what can we say? Something tried to do a lot of damage in Vancouver, I believe; breaking doors down and all that old shit! It's pretty unfortunate really when we try to stand for an alternative idea to the system that goes on now, and we're talking about love and peace and somebody's smashing everything up. I don't really know the situation, but I know that we couldn't go this year. We couldn't even go across the boarder. So, anybody from Vancouver here? Well, that's nice one! We've always had such a good time there." Some movement was in the audience during the acoustic set. Since I've Been Loving You is just outstanding and the band seems to be in good spirits and the playing is as good as ever.

The tape begins with a brief stage announcement explaining that the show is being delayed until everyone is in the building as a lot of people came from Vancouver after an earlier incident prevented the band from entering Canada. Immigrant Song comes thundering out of the gate. Bonzo thrashes at his drums like a madman during Heartbreaker. The volume shifts a few times during Page's excellent solos. The fast guitar solo is particularly electrifying.

Plant comments on the trouble in Vancouver and greets those in the crowd who came down for the show before Black Dog. Since I've Been Loving You is intense and powerful. Plant asks if anyone in the crowd remembers the first time the band came through with Vanilla Fudge before introducing Going to California as "a song about California and all the different buzzes you get off it." The interplay between Page's guitar and Jones's mandolin is absolutely beautiful. Unfortunately, the recording ends just as the song does.

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