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Monday, September 21, 2015

1975.03.04 Led Zeppelin Dallas Zepruder (SoundBoard)

Led Zeppelin

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Review from The Year Of Led Zeppelin.
As the tape begins, Bonzo can be heard shouting at the sound man to make the snare drum louder before Rock and Roll crashes into motion. Following Sick Again, Plant asks "Dallas, are you receiving us?... cause if you ain't, we're gonna make sure that you will," promising "some old stuff, some new stuff, and some pretty good stuff." The Song Remains the Same is explosive, despite Page's somewhat sticky fingers. Plant continues to struggle with his voice, unable to keep it under control. Page's playing during The Rain Song is beautiful. The band seems a bit sluggish, plodding through a lackluster Kashmir. As the song ends, a rather obnoxious Plant shouts "why don't you wake up?!" at the unresponsive crowd.

There is a cut in the tape at the beginning of Jones's piano solo during No Quarter which leaves us near the end of the instrumental section. Trampled Underfoot is terribly sloppy, Page's fingers are perpetually entangled in the strings of his guitar. Moby Dick is cut after twelve minutes. Plant introduces Dazed and Confused as "the first thing we really got off on together... apart from chicks." Page shreds erratically through the guitar solo/workout section. Plant jokingly announces "the American return of Fabian" as the band returns to the stage to close the show with Heartbreaker. A rather lazy, uninspired performance.

The tape is an excellent soundboard recording.

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