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Thursday, September 24, 2015

1973.07.20 Led Zeppelin Boston MA Boston Cream Pie (Decent Audience)

 1973.07.20
Led Zeppelin
Boston MA
Boston Cream Pie
(Decent Audience)

Here is the link
https://mega.co.nz/#!WwBywazC!cUupDQtEVQAmFH_NGkm4Fx3rvgF9Q-x1xfT6E__I52s
 101. Rock And Roll
102. Celebration Day
103. Black Dog
104. Over The Hills And Far Away
105. No Quarter
106. The Song Remains The Same
107. The Rain Song
108. Dazed And Confused
109. Fade Out

201. Fade In
202. Stairway To Heaven
203. Heartbreaker
204. Whole Lotta Love

This show is good. Not the best but good. The band itself is playing really well, and Dazed And Confused is a great version. However, the crowd is out of control and the band punishes them with no encores, ending the show at slightly less than two hours. The crowd can't believe it, but that's what they get for not heeding the pleas of Robert when people are getting crushed in front. Robert even sings "Take it easy" in the middle of Dazed but to no avail. The show is played really well though.

Plant struggles with his voice during Rock and Roll, barely able to manage anything beyond a fragile monotone. The crowd is rowdy tonight, causing quite a commotion during the intro to Over the Hills and Far Away. As the song ends, Plant pleads with the crowd to be cool, warning "if you don't stop pushin' forward, we're gonna have to stop until everybody can move happily." The band skips Misty Mountain Hop and Since I've Been Loving You, heading directly into No Quarter in hopes of calming the atmosphere. The instrumental section is devastatingly heavy, Bonzo's entrance is explosive. Page delivers a powerful guitar solo. Another outstanding performance.

An increasingly frustrated Plant again tells the crowd to cool it before The Song Remains the Same. There is a brief cut during the second verse of The Rain Song. Page shreds through the lightning-fast lead-in to the bow solo during Dazed and Confused. The excellent San Francisco interlude is preceded by a mournful chorus of "take it easy" from Plant. Page is absolutely on fire during the guitar solo/workout section. His fingers race across the fretboard as Bonzo and Jones hold down a frantic rhythm. The Mars, the Bringer of War section triggers a frenzied ascent that climaxes in the devastating return to the main riff. The outro is a blistering race to the finish. A truly amazing performance.

Page blazes through a high-speed guitar solo during Stairway to Heaven. Moby Dick is dropped from the setlist. Plant's voice has fully recovered by Whole Lotta Love. The Boogie Chillen' section features an excellent guitar solo from Page. A firecracker explodes during the thunderous finale. Plant says "thank you Boston, and goodnight!" as the band exits, leaving the uncooperative crowd without an encore. A barrage of firecracker blasts echo through the arena until someone onstage announces "thank you and goodnight, Led Zeppelin are gone."

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