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Saturday, September 26, 2015

1972.10.04 Led Zeppelin Festival Hall Osaka Wild West Side

1972.10.04
Led Zeppelin
Festival Hall Osaka
Wild West Side

Here is the link
https://mega.co.nz/#!H1RkXLBK!xFCNTD3srKRjBHDK62lqSDalFmx9rWssMrV-5ybMf90
101. Rock & Roll
102. Black Dog
103. Over the Hills and Far Away
104. Misty Mountain Hop
105. Since Ive Been Loving You
106. Dancing Days
107. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
108. The Song Remains the Same
109. The Rain Song

201. Dazed & Confused
202. Stairway to Heaven
203. Whole Lotta Love Medley
204. Heartbreaker
205. Immigrant Song

An excellent, although rather nervous show from Robert. The band is on fire though and really rips through the set. Robert's voice is good although he has increasing trouble sustaining his high range. Dancing Days is explosive and Dazed And Confused is excellent. The medley in Whole Lotta Love is a lot of fun and the old 50's covers sound excellent, especially Robert's singing.

The tape begins with a brief soundcheck before Rock and Roll crashes into motion. Plant is getting better at controlling his voice, but it's still far from perfect. He's all over the place during Over the Hills and Far Away, trying and failing to find a melody to accommodate his weakened voice. Misty Mountain Hop is introduced as a song "about the problems that come across just a simple walk in the park on a saturday afternoon. The Song Remains the Same fades in during the intro directly after the end of Bron-Y-Aur Stomp. Plant's out-of-tune vocals put a damper on The Rain Song. As the song ends, he announces "John Paul Jones on the mysterious Mellotron."

The intro of Dazed and Confused is punctuated by a violent, screeching outburst of wah-wah from Page. The lead-in to the bow solo features the first appearance of a mellow instrumental that will develop into the San Francisco interlude on the next tour. Page is in his own world during the guitar solo/workout section, soloing wildly in all directions as the rest of the band tries to follow along and anticipate his next move. Whole Lotta Love is introduced as "an old song that we think might go a long way... might take us a long way." The medley includes a riotous Boogie Chillen', Elvis Presley's I Got a Lot O' Living to Do and Let's Have a Party, and You Shook Me, which features an excellent extended blues improvisation. Bonzo is out of control during the finale, firing off machine gun-like snare bursts at every turn. Page is on fire during the solos in Heartbreaker. Bonzo's snare explodes like cannon fire during the fast guitar solo section. The show ends with Immigrant Song, which Bonzo turns into an imperial death march during the guitar solo.

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