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Saturday, September 26, 2015

1972.12.20 Led Zeppelin Brighton UK Brighton Rock

Led Zeppelin
Brighton UK
Brighton Rock

Here is the link
01. Black Dog
02. Misty Mountain Hop
03. Since I've Been Loving You
04. Whole Lotta Love
05. Heartbreaker

This show is a real gem, sadly only a fragment. It was recorded by a teenager who had little money for cassettes, and he recorded over much of this concert later at a Rory Gallagher concert. What a terrible shame as it was an amazing concert by all accounts.

The tape begins with Plant apologizing to the crowd for the delay before introducing Black Dog. Misty Mountain Hop is dedicated to "the Melody Maker and also the Manchester CID." Unfortunately, the tape is cut three minutes into a promising Since I've Been Loving You. We return as Plant is introducing Whole Lotta Love as "something to grind by." The medley includes Boogie Chillen', Elvis Presley's Let's Have a Party, Mystery Train, Heartbreak Hotel, I Can't Quit You Baby, which features an excellent extended guitar solo from Page, and Goin' Down Slow. The show ends with a simple "that's it, farewell" from Plant following a somewhat disjointed Heartbreaker.

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