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Saturday, September 26, 2015

1972.10.03 Led Zeppelin Budokan Tokyo

Led Zeppelin
Budokan Tokyo
 (Decent Audience)

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 This show is awesome!!!!! Especially Dazed and Confused! The bow solo is just out of this world!!!! Awesome show!!!!!!
01. Rock and Roll
02. Black Dog
03. Over the Hills and Far Away
04. Misty Mountain Hop
05. Since I've Been Loving You
06. Dancing Days
07. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
08. The Song Remains the Same
09. The Rain Song
10. Dazed and Confused
11. Stairway to Heaven
12. Whole Lotta Love
13. Immigrant Song
14. The Ocean

"It is very good to be back. When group come to Tokyo - group have fun! We should clap you!" introducing Plant. A good show, although the crowd doesn't create a very good atmosphere. Robert's voice is still high and strong but shows definite signs of coming down within the next three or four months, which it does. The band is excellent as always and offers up excellent versions of Dazed And Confused and a very emotional Since I've Been Loving You, which has Robert tearing his throat with passion. The Song Remains The Same was introduced under a different title: "Last night it was called Zep, tonight we'll call it The Overture."

The tape begins with a simple "good evening" from Plant before the thunderous crack of Bonzo's intro to Rock and Roll echoes through the hall. Plant is still having trouble with his voice. He gets into a call and response with the crowd before the guitar solo during Black Dog. Page blazes through the guitar solo during Over the Hills and Far Away. Before Misty Mountain Hop, Plant announces "it is very good to be back in Tokyo," adding "when group come to Tokyo, group have much fun."

Plant rushes the first verse of Since I've Been Loving You, causing the rest of the band to speed up the changes to catch up. Dancing Days is introduced as "a song about summertime and all the good things that happen." Plant introduces The Song Remains the Same as "The Overture" tonight. The Rain Song is fantastic. Unfortunately, there is a cut in the tape near the end of the song. Someone in the crowd shouts "John Paul Jones!" before Dazed and Confused, drawing a big cheer from the audience. There is an ear-piercing squeal of feedback during a quiet passage in the bow solo. Page leads the band in a great jam just before the call and response with Plant during the guitar solo/workout section. Bonzo explodes like a violent earthquake during the Mars, the Bringer of War section.

Stairway to Heaven is introduced as "a song about time... and some of the factors that go with our passage through it," adding jokingly "heavy trip, man." Plant sings a few lines of Blue Suede Shoes a cappella before Whole Lotta Love. The explosive Everybody Needs Somebody to Love section includes vocals from Plant for the first time. The medley includes Boogie Chillen', Elvis Presley's Let's Have a Party, and You Shook Me. There is a slight cut during the finale. The show ends with the Japanese premiere of The Ocean.

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