On January 9, 1970, the young Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and John Bonham, from now-venerated rock band Led Zeppelin, took to the world-famous Royal Albert Hall stage to deliver one of the most celebrated gigs of their career. Although the legendary foursome had made their debut here only the year before, alongside Liverpool Scene and Blodwyn Pig at the First London Gala Pop Festival 1969, they were nervous. The band played a for nearly two hours without a break - a set dominated by material from the band's first two albums (including a performance of "Since I've Been Loving You") and their unreleased third LP, as well as a bunch of '50s rock 'n' roll and blues covers.


A1 We're Gonna Groove 09:48
A2 I Can't Quit You Baby 07:02
A3 Dazed And Confused 08:50

B1 White Summer 12:20
B2 What Is And What Should Never Be 04:33
B3 Communication Breakdown 03:52
B4 C'Mon Everybody 04:54

C1 Whole Lotta Love 06:20
C2 How Many More Times 20:15

D1 Moby Dick 15:11
D2 Bring It On Home 07:44

LED ZEPPELIN 2xLP Jimmy Page Birthday At The Royal Albert Hall 9 January 1970

€29.90 Precio
€24.90Precio de oferta

Label: DBQP ‎– DBQP 37

Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

Country: Europe

Released: 14 May 2020


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