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Gimme Shelter [Rolling Stones] Overall this zips along with renewed gusto — there are some minor extra parts to be heard on the solo.
Expect to enjoy this a whole lot more than before. Once maligned hoedown that works — contrary to public opinion…. On this mix the guitar is the lead instrument with the synth work further back in the mix. Bonzo is also more to the fore. The vocals are slightly higher in the mix but not radically so. The epic just got a little more epic….
Not too much to report here — a cleaner LP) track is noticeably. However this is not the much bootlegged Monitor Mix and therefore does not have the extended fade out and full ending. This mix fades as the original version. Shame the long ending was not retained….
Less sheen on the vocal here and the solo is more upfront — highlighting the sheer brilliance of something of an underrated performance which will now enjoy rightful acclaim. Far from a blot on the landscape — this is another another performance worthy of re investigation…. Sprightly and full of vitality -still with new ideas and musical themes to elaborate upon. August 31st is nigh on upon us — back in that was the day Led Zeppelin performed at the Texas International Pop Festival as can be heard via a great sounding tape.
This is for me one of, if not the best if the best Zep live remnants of their first 12 months together. The Texas International Pop Festival was a fine ending to an amazing summer of outdoor festivals for the band. It goes without saying that the festivals gave the band much needed exposure and firmly established the group in the eyes of fans and music industry folks alike. Their extremely high level of festival performances also gave fair warning to their peers that Led Zeppelin was a world-class band with limitless potential.
The festival was also the last performance of the third US tour. After relentlessly touring for most ofthe band would finally get a much-deserved break, taking off the entire month of September before embarking on a short Holland tour beginning October 3. August 30 — p. August 31 — p. September 1 — p.
The festival was yet another major triumph for the band, as they made the most of their hour-plus long set and turned in another strong performance. Appropriately dubbed Unledded, this saw the pair roll back the years with an inspiring re-evaluation of the Led Zeppelin catalogue. In its way this was every bit as significant as the O2 reunion as they sort to put into perspective their past achievements. The omission of John Paul Jones was in hindsight, a poor misjudgement but at the time, we were more than grateful for this reuniting of the pair.
I was lucky enough to attend both days filming — indeed I was involved in supplying the TBL database for the ballot of ticket distribution. It was another of those truly fantastic times to be a Led Zeppelin fan again…. Where to start? I mean, how do you begin to describe it all. The shivers down the spine when they did Rain Song with an orchestra.
The running good natured banter between Robert and the audience throughout the event. So many highlights … so many disbelieving highlights at that. A clear seven days after it all, my mind is still reeling. Did it really happen? But incredibly it DID happen. And what happened proved to be entirely in keeping with the legacy of what Led Zeppelin represented. To backtrack on to all then: The weeks and days leading up to the timing had been pretty fraught tor me in being given some of the responsibility for assisting with the distribution of invitations.
It was a responsibility I was more than happy to take on but the inevitable consequences of dealing with countless calls and demands surrounding the arrangements did prove to be a heavy burden to carry. As somebody close to it all remarked to me — you can only get twelve to a dozen and there was always going to be disappointed fans by the size of the proceedings who were not going to be lucky on this occasion. Hearing such disappointments first hand was, understandably, not always pleasant.
My own personal arrangements to free myself to attend were somewhat rushed and flawed and it was only travelling down on the train on Thursday morning that I began to contemplate the enormity of what was happening. Feedback from those close to the project had been very positive. In Wales, despite the rain they had managed to film some excellent footage with When The Levee Breaks proving particularly inspiring. A dress rehearsal for the London shows on Wednesday had also gone remarkably well, according to those in attendance.
Confirmation of the deployment of a full orchestra and an Egyptian string and drum section certainly whetted my appetite it all sounded Blueberry Hill - Led Zeppelin - Live On Blueberry Hill (Vinyl surreal. A few hours from now it would be a reality. This was the meeting point at which invited fans were advised to attend. From here we would be escorted to the location.
Amongst the excited and expectant bunch of diehards I recognise and greet many familiar faces. An orderly queue awaits entry. How strange our paths are crossing a decade later In somewhat surprising circumstances. The other queue with their minds on more important matters are now being ushered into the studios by the mostly American imported MTV staff.
They line up excitedly amongst the TBL fraternity and other lucky fans. The waiting in the corridor is long — predictably — but we warm ourselves to such ordeals by recalling the overnight wait at the first Knebworth. The security is very tight — with everybody subjected to a metal detector test for obvious reasons. Around 7. Once inside, the set looks extremely impressive — a lengthy stage set up with stylish and suitable abstract backdrop drapes.
Jason Bonham is also there. A blues album plays inoffensively over the PA: boom cameras glide above us in readiness for what is about to be captured. Jimmy enters from behind a black curtain on the right, immediately taking off his suit jacket to reveal a Knebworth style blue shirt.
Robert and Jimmy. Separately not all has gone entirely well. It could be viewed that such inconsistencies have only heightened the adoration within which he is held by the faithful. And such is his fragile demeanour we seem to take a very motherly and protective view of our James Patrick.
Knowing he can be brilliant and erratic in his performance within minutes of any given time is all part of the near masochistic pleasure in following his career. What we can never forget is, in the studio and on stage, Jimmy Page was the sonic architect to use a rare warranted Coverdalism of Led Zeppelin. His ability to create the perfect mood for the group witness the remastering of the catalogue was and never is in doubt. His ever onward stance in adding to the effects of his self-styled guitar army is also a major attraction for his countless admirers.
Think of Jimmy and my most immediate mind picture will be that of him back in Earls Courtflashing that cherubic smile as he emerged from the dry ice on May 24 to layer on that most exquisite solos during No Quarter. Never as high profile as Robert in the past decade, any sighting is a moment to behold. And the first thing I notice as he turns around to greet the audience is that familiar cherubic Page smile. He looks in excellent shape — and I d had my doubts after the Buxton show where he was carrying an uneasy amount of excess weight.
No evidence of it now — he looks well fit with his hair jet blacked, permed and still with that side parting falling over one eye, ala Twenty-five years on he is still the quintessential English guitar hero. And the same goes for Robert Plant. Striding on stage with that angular bounce of his, crooked smile beneath the now customary retro shag pile hair, tonight given something of a new look by being parted to the side, brown leather trousers, overlong long-sleeved Indian top, waistcoat, he looks suitably regal and better than I remember from last year.
My, this is all a long way from the jumpsuits and bouffoned hair of — The Tube. Big Log and all that. A different era. There have been some very odd phases, and some wild accusations and contradictions in his media statements, leading to him eating a sizeable proportion of his words on more than one occasion. But with Robert Plant what you get is what you get. And vocally he has matured like vintage wine. His vocal prowess has if anything improved in recent years. Careful consideration in looking after this most precious instrument has paid off.
The first ever Led Zeppelin bootleg to be released. FM broadcast. Mudslide is a remake of the original first LP 'PB'. Tracks are FM recordings from London on March 19, All other tracks were recorded live in Ottawa, Ontario on April 14, Soundboard recording mono. Berkeley Community TheatreBerkeleySeptember 14, Budokan HallTokyo, JapanSeptember 23, Bombay, IndiaApril, OffenburgWest GermanyMarch 24, Los Angeles ForumCaliforniaMay 31, Audience recording incomplete soundboard available.
Kezar StadiumSan Francisco, June 2, Seattle Center ColiseumSeattleJuly 17, Seattle Center ColiseumMarch 21, Earls Court ArenaMay 24, Richfield ColiseumClevelandOhioApril 27, Audience recording taped by Mike Millard. Audience recording. The original vinyl bootleg was recorded by an unknown taper, although it is commonly mistaken as having been taped by Mike Millardwho made a separate recording of the show.
Keith Moon joined in on drum set for " Moby Dick " and the encores. Memorial AuditoriumDallasUS on 4 March ; an incomplete soundboard recording of this concert had previously circulated. An unknown concert date before this bootleg's release.
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