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Friday, September 25, 2015

1973.05.26 Led Zeppelin Salt Lake City, UT Georgia On My Mind (SoundBoard)

 1973.05.26
Led Zeppelin
Salt Lake City, UT
Georgia On My Mind
(SoundBoard)

Here is the link
https://mega.co.nz/#!29xlUZTL!BUZv0MEy3lmkKe-7z8atxQcNxEqmQulLdAFxfPQI1gM
Here is the link to an alternate SBD-AUD Matrix
https://mega.co.nz/#!nkZAAQyT!z6tg6RRuHfyiMx3G0kkDCvHITtLAjXX-avWryiHM77Q
 01. Introduction,
02. Rock And Roll,
03. Celebration Day,
04. Black Dog,
05. Over The Hills And Far Away,
06. Georgia On My Mind,
07. Misty Mountain Hop,
08. Since I've Been Loving You,
09. No Quarter,
10. The Song Remains The Same,
11. Rain Song,
12. Dazed And Confused,
13. Stairway To Heaven,
14. Heartbreaker,
15. Whole Lotta Love,
16. Communication Breakdown.

After few very intense and highly energetic shows this one is a step down. Pagey is kinda in "sticky finger" mode tonight, but it's not that bad and overall he puts in a great show. He breaks a string during Over The Hills And Far Away and Plant seizes the idle time to chat up the crowd. Jonsey starts in on keyboards to waste some time and Georgia On My Mind blossoms from the tinkering. This only lasts a few verses before Plant stops it "The night club is now closed down and we can get on with the concert..." and Jimmy's guitar has been fixed. For some reason Jimmy is clearly audible singing the Whole Lotta Love choruses as never before or after!! The tape runs out shortly after The Bridge section of Whole Lotta Love and then ends suddenly. Overall a good show but not their best from this tour and a very rare example when they dropped medley section out from this song.

Review: LED ZEPPELIN ZOOMS FOR FRENZIED CROWD
by David Proctor | IN music writer

Like four British Caesars Led Zeppelin came, saw and conquered a frenzied, sold-out Salt Palace audience Saturday night.

Easily the most elaborately staged rock performance ever seen in Salt Lake City, it will be remembered for years to come.

Messrs. Page, Plant, Jones and Bonham are in the midst of a $3-million nationwide tour and the 11,000 plus fans here probably will be the smallest crowd they encounter. But it didn't seem to affect Zeppelin in the least. In fact, they seemed to enjoy the audience contact - something you don't encounter before 58,000 people in a baseball stadium.

LIGHTS, MIRRORS

The Salt Palace stage was a collage of lighting scaffolds, spotlights, huge banks of speakers, various light-reflecting devices, 14-foot-high mirrors and, of course, the four stars themselves. Super-singer Robert Plant and Jimmy Page fronted the band and drew most of the attention while the rhythm section of bassist-keyboardist John Paul Jones and drummer John Bonham supplied the music's foundation.

*Rock and Roll* one of Zeppelin's better recent songs opened the two-hour show.

It's a song that really moves - but sets a pace that's impossible to maintain. So they slipped into some slower material from their new *Houses of the Holy* album.

PATTERN CONTINUES

The band continued the fast-slow pattern through most of the night -alternating older, familiar tunes with new album cuts. Also in the format were Page's guitar breaks of varying lengths during almost every song. Most of the time, he carried it off admirably, but inevitably he began to repeat himself.

But preciseness wasn't the object. It was the flash...the excitement...the theatrics...the total audience involvement that Zeppelin was after. They succeeded - and then some.

It was remarkable that a concert which generated such advance excitement - and was performed before such an enthusiastic audience - was kept under such control. Most of it was due to restraint on the part of the audience. They were exemplary.

20 MINUTE SHOWCASE

*Dazed and Confused* was stretched out to a 20-minute showcase for Page and the special effects staff. Using a violin bow on his guitar and a delayed-echo system, Page had the sound bouncing from one side of the stage to the other. At times, it circled. When it began to be redundant, they moved quickly into *Stairway to Heaven,* one of the finest songs they've ever written. John Paul Jones' work on the synthesizer was beautiful throughout the concert but especially on this number. (courtesy: Steve A. Jones)

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