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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1972.06.19 Led Zeppelin Seattle WA Only The Lonely

1972.06.19
Led Zeppelin
Seattle WA
Only The Lonely

Here is the link
https://mega.nz/#!C8wQXSZL!wFqXXULiqcyGQhWGsxSm9K3wD1lBn49lFuwn6dFzYvA
01. Immigrant Song
02. Heartbreaker
03. Black Dog
04. The Ocean
05. Since I've Been Loving You
06. Stairway To Heaven
07. Going To California
08. Black Country Woman
09. That's The Way
10. Tangerine
11. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
12. Dazed And Confused
13. What Is And What Should Never Be
14. Dancing Days
15. Moby Dick
16. Whole Lotta Love
17. Rock And Roll
18. Organ Solo
19. Thank You
20. Money
21. Over The Hills And Far Away
22. Dancing Days



One of the most legendary concerts ever! Over three hours long and what a show. There are lots of previews for the next album including Dancing Days performed twice! Plant introduced that song: "Well, that's the first time I believe we've ever done it. All being well we're gonna get this album out before the summer goes!" Black Country Woman gets its first live airing here, three years before it is released and five years before it is played live again. The organ medley contains many songs including Louie Louie! Dazed And Confused is one of the longest and best versions I have ever heard, including Walter's Walk and The Crunge among other references. After more than three hours, Plant tells to the audience: "We're only contracted to do fifty minutes in the first place and it's now three hours and twenty minutes since we started."


The tape begins during the final verse of Immigrant Song. A thunderous Black Dog is followed by the first appearance of The Ocean. Bonzo pummels his drums during an urgent Since I've Been Loving You. Someone near the taper exclaims "oh wow, oh wow!" as the song ends. Page blazes through the guitar solo during Stairway to Heaven, repeating licks to mesmerizing effect. The very beginning of Going to California is cut. There is quite a bit of chatter going on around the taper, destroying the delicate atmosphere.

Following a cue from Plant, the rest of the band joins in for the first complete performance of Black Country Woman. Someone near the taper inquires about his tape recorder after That's the Way, taking time to say "hi" into the microphone. There is a cut near the beginning of Tangerine due to a tape flip. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp transforms the crowd into a foot-stomping hoedown. Plant comments on the previous night's show and the trouble in Vancouver before Dazed and Confused, the opening notes of which cause someone near the taper to yelp and howl with excitement. The lead-in to the bow solo features some excellent interplay between Page, Jones, and Bonzo. Page solos wildly during the outro, which Bonzo and Jones turn into a menacing imperial march. Unfortunately, the tape is cut during the frenzied race to the finish.

What is and What Should Never Be is followed by the first appearance of Dancing Days. Still unsure of the changes, the band gets a bit mixed up a few times. Plant mentions Bonzo's efforts to lose weight this tour, introducing him as "John Bonham, at the beginning of this tour, two hundred and ten pounds... right now he's at a hundred and seventy-five pounds!" before Moby Dick. During the drum solo, the taper says "I hate drum solos, I hate them... hate 'em a lot" directly into his microphone. There is a cut about fourteen minutes in. The theramin freakout during Whole Lotta Love is a cacophonous explosion. The medley begins with a new slow arrangement of Boogie Chillen' before the familiar fast riff kicks off a marathon of classics including Elvis Presley's Let's Have a Party, Hello Mary Lou, an out of tune rendition of Only the Lonely, Heartbreak Hotel, and Goin' Down Slow, which is cut during the "please write mama..." verse, leaving us at the end of the finale.

Plant introduces Rock and Roll as "an old one." Jones's organ solo includes hints of Everyday People before the rest of the band joins in for an excellent rendition of Louie Louie followed by Let's Dance. Page tears through a great guitar solo during Thank You. The crowd goes absolutely wild as the band returns to the stage for a riotous rendition of Money, which is unfortunately cut after two and a half minutes. After the cut, we're left in the middle of the first appearance of Over the Hills and Far Away. If all of this wasn't enough to push the crowd over the edge, the recording ends with the second performance of Dancing Days of the night, with Plant joking "this is one that you might have heard about two hours ago." A marathon performance of epic proportions. Must hear.

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