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Friday, September 25, 2015

1973.05.31 Led Zeppelin Inglewood CA The Forum Bonzo's BDay (Awesome Audience)

Led Zeppelin
Inglewood CA The Forum
Bonzo's BDay
(Awesome Audience)

Here is the link
101. Rock And Roll
102. Celebration Day
103. Black Dog
104. Over The Hills And Far Away
105. Misty Mountain Hop
106. Since I've Been Loving You
107. No Quarter

201. The Song Remains The Same
202. Rain Song
203. Dazed & Confused

301. Stairway To Heaven
302. Moby Dick
303. Happy Birthday To You
304. Heartbreaker
305. Whole Lotta Love
306. The Ocean
307. Communication Breakdown.

An amazing show on Bonham's 25th birthday. "Today, John Bonham is 21 (sic!) - he's always 21! I've known the birthday baby for about fiveteen years ... and he's been a regular bastard all the time!" The group all celebrates, turning in one of their finest performances ever and Plant led led the crowd through a few verses of Happy Birthday to Bonzo! Every song features incredible playing from everyone, and the long improvisations are top notch ... of particular note are that during this concert through the June 3rd one, Jimmy is playing with a sprained left finger and ices it between numbers ... his playing is so amazing I never would have known it!


It didn't get much attention, because the group paid for everything, but Led Zeppelin was in rare destructive form when they were here recently for some concerts.

Things got off to a bad start when lead guitarist Jimmy Page sprained a finger when he lurched against a fence at San Diego Airport. That apparently threw the boys into a grand funk.

Not too long after the group got settled in a ninth floor suite at the Continental Hyatt House, a table came sailing out their window. Explanation for the mis-Led table was, the boys were irritated at being told not to toss liquor glasses into an open Lincoln convertible parked on the street below.

Then it was off to a theater to attend a party for Jo Jo Gunne. There members of the group were accused of smashing up the rest rooms and defacing paintings in the lobby.

Back to their hotel they went to spread a four-foot cake around the swimming pool. It happened to be Zeppelin drummer John Bonham's 25th birthday. When George Harrison and wife Patti dropped by to help celebrate. Bonham threw both of them, fully clothed, into the swimming pool. (Newswire, June 1973)

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