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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1980.06.21 Led Zeppelin Ahoy, Rotterdam, Netherlands (Soundboard)

1980.06.21
Led Zeppelin
Ahoy, Rotterdam, Netherlands
(Soundboard)

Here is the link
https://mega.nz/#!K5NhCRyJ!W3s2xvpPf_VoKuV6kDz1uOMMFfpAjV_DAcNjpCXiyCA
The tape begins with a brief soundcheck before Page tears into the opening chords of Train Kept a Rollin'. Plant barks aggressively through Nobody's Fault But Mine. Page blazes through an excellent guitar solo. The band pummels the crowd with a devastatingly heavy Black Dog. Page shreds through a frenzied guitar solo near the end of In the Evening. As the song ends, Plant announces "thank you most kindly," joking "the main group will be on shortly." Someone in the crowd can be heard shouting "Moby Dick!" following The Rain Song, to which Plant responds "Bonzo can't do that anymore.

Trampled Underfoot is a brutal assault. Page shreds wildly through a blistering guitar solo. An outstanding performance, one of the best in recent memory. Since I've Been Loving You features a violently emotional guitar solo. Page achieves some particularly beautiful passages during an occasionally sticky-fingered White Summer/Black Mountain Side. Plant delivers a strong performance during Kashmir, belting out each line with power and conviction. The crowd erupts as Stairway to Heaven begins. Plant sings "I keep changin' and changin' and changin'... but I keep comin' back!" following the fifth verse. Page's fingers are a bit sticky as he blazes through an echo-heavy guitar solo. His guitar cuts out briefly during the second verse of Rock and Roll. The band closes the show with a frenzied Heartbreaker. Plant pushes his voice to the limit during the final verse. Another excellent performance.

The tape is a combination of two sources. The first, used through the first few bars of The Rain Song, is a fairly clear audience recording. The second, used for the remainder of the show, is another fantastic soundboard recording.

4 comments:

  1. This appears to be missing one of the three discs to the set. Thanks.

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    1. Nope all there mate i just downloaded it and checked my self brotha

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  2. Hello, the original comment was valid. When I unzip it, I only get five tracks for CD 1, even though when it shows it extracting, it thinks they are all there, but alas they are not.

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  3. yes I found the same problem the first four tracks from CD 1 are not there but all the artwork and iso notes say they are!!

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