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Friday, September 25, 2015

1973.03.06 Led Zeppelin Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Syndrome

1973.03.06
Led Zeppelin
Stockholm Sweden
Stockholm Syndrome

Here is the link
https://mega.co.nz/#!P0o0wAqY!rsonemlu_9iO8e__3sQTzNDW0-C2bXmYLGm76xNLPoM
01 Rock and Roll
02 Over the Hills and Far Away
03 Black Dog
04 Misty Mountain Hop / Since I've Been Loving You
05 Dancing Days
06 Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
07 The Song Remains the Same
08 The Rain Song
09 Dazed and Confused (incl San Francisco)
10 Stairway to Heaven
11 Whole Lotta Love (incl Everybody Needs Somebody To Love / Boogie Woogie / Baby I Don't Care / Let's Have a Party / I Can't Quit You / The Lemon Song)
12 Heartbreaker
13 The Ocean


An average, although still excellent show. Robert's voice is very strong and the band just plows through the set. Pagey playd (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction opening intro just before he launched The Song Remains The Same. Dazed And Confused contains more funk and jazz than heavy rock and is very good. Page's bow solo is very different, and he plays call and response with himself, using octave jumps to create a startling effect. The medley at the end is great fun as always and the end of that and the encores are played with blazing speed and power. A taster of shows to come from this tour.


Page's intro to Over the Hills and Far Away is interrupted by a loud hum of feedback. Since I've Been Loving You is incredibly powerful. Page's dramatic tension is underscored by Bonzo's thunderous pounding. Plant unleashes a frightening primal scream during the climax. As the song ends, Plant tells the crowd "I've been asked to tell you to quit smokin', otherwise the big man with the hat will make the show stop." He announces for the first time that the title of the new album is Houses of the Holy while introducing Dancing Days. Someone in the crowd can be heard repeatedly shouting "Heartbreaker!" before Bron-Y-Aur Stomp. Page plays a bit of (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction before The Song Remains the Same. There is a brief volume fluctuation during the first verse. Page blazes through the guitar solo.

Dazed and Confused is introduced as "a song that needs no introduction in any language." The frantic lead-in to the bow solo features a hauntingly beautiful San Francisco interlude. The bow solo is interrupted by the rhythmic stomping of the crowd. The guitar solo/workout section is a cacophonous explosion of echo. There is a cut in the tape during the initial verses of Stairway to Heaven. Page begins the guitar solo early during Whole Lotta Love, but quickly rights himself to join the band for the raucous Everybody Needs Somebody to Love section. Plant's boogie rap incites a bluesy jam before the medley proper, which includes Boogie Chillen', Elvis Presley staples (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care and Let's Have a Party, I Can't Quit You Baby, and Goin' Down Slow, which includes lyrics from The Lemon Song. The extended blues improvisation continues to be a major highlight of the performance. Heartbreaker is preceded by a heavy jam. Page shreds through the guitar solo. Bonzo plays a funky new rhythm during the final verse. The band closes the show with The Ocean, which Plant introduces as "a song off the new LP... it's about you."

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