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Wednesday, January 9, 2019

1975.02.12 Led Zeppelin MSG NY Keeper Of The Seasons

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: February 12, 1975
Title: Keeper Of The Seasons Liquid Led (LLP-0908-002)
Label: Liquid Led
Venue: Madison Square Garden
Location: New York, New York
Source: Soundboard

Here is the link

"We came four blocks in the snow to get here ... you realise that? People were calling me on the telephone today and saying 'Is it gonna be on?' For a minute I wondered about my anatomy, then I realised there was some discrepancy about the weather. Isn't it good though that it snows? Doesn't it change the vibe of the city? I think it's great! So we'll dedicate this to the Keeper Of The Seasons"
-Robert Plant
I would have to say that this is the best boot for this show. Liquid Led Productions really does an awesome job! It sounds amazing!

Disc 1
1. Rock and Roll (4:23)
2. Sick Again (6:36)
3. Over The Hills and Far Away (9:06)
4. In My Time of Dying (12:14)
5. The Song Remains The Same (5:30)
6. The Rain Song (9:17)
7. Kashmir (8:22)

Disc 2
1. No Quarter (19:49)
2. Trampled Under Foot (9:11)
3. Moby Dick (20:26)

Disc 3
1. Dazed and Confused (34:42)
2. Stairway To Heaven (12:47)
3. Whole Lotta Love - Black Dog (7:56)
4. Heartbreaker (10:41)

Total Time: 2hrs. 51min.

The band is in excellent form and delivers a great show. Robert sounds good and strong, Jonesy and Bonzo are amazing as always, and Jimmy is incendiary tonight, especially at the end of Sick Again. He extends the solo in Over The Hills And Far Away to an incredible length and soars. No Quarter is dedicated to Jones that "...made Monthy Python's Flying Circus a flop in New York" tonight and his imppecably clean fingernails. Moby Dick is like a hurricane and Dazed And Confused just blows everybody out to the cosmic level! A bunch of heavy solid encores with an excellent Heartbreaker with some lyrics of Elvis Presley's That's Alright Mama thrown in closing this amazing eveing. This is definitely a triumph for the entire band and, not only a strong concert but also probably the best from the 1975 US Tour.


  1. Your back? Hell yes. Thanks for the upload my dude will certainly enjoy it. Also coupd you reupload the new Osaka bootleg with a matrix. Because i found one and its not really that good in quality at all.

    1. Thanks buddy. And when I find it I will, that's 71 or 72?