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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You - Led Zeppelin HQ

    7:25

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    lyrics:
    Working from seven to eleven every night,
    It really makes life a drag, I don't think that's right.
    I've really been the best, the best of fools, I did what I could. (Yeah)
    'Cause I love you, baby, How I love you, darling, How I love you, baby,
    My beloved little girl, little girl.
    But baby, Since I've Been Loving You (yeah). I'm about to lose my worried mind, oh, yeah.

    Everybody trying to tell me that you didn't mean me no good.
    I've been trying, Lord, let me tell you, Let me tell you I really did the best I could.
    I've been working from seven to eleven every night, I said It kinda makes my life a drag
    Lord, that ain't right...
    Since I've Been Loving You, I'm about to lose my worried mind. (Watch out!)

    Said I've been crying, yeah. Oh, my tears they fell like rain,
    Don't you hear them, Don't you hear them falling?
    Don't you hear, Don't you hear them falling?

    Do you remember mama, when I knocked upon your door?
    I said you had the nerve to tell me you didn't want me no more, yeah
    I open my front door, hear my back door slam,
    You know, I must have one of them new fangled, new fangled back door man.

    I've been working from seven, seven, seven, to eleven every night, It kinda makes my life a drag...
    Baby, Since I've Been Loving You, I'm about to lose, I'm about to lose, lose my worried mind.

    Just one more, just one more, oooh, yeah,
    Since I've been loving you, I'm gonna lose my worried mind.

  • Led Zeppelin - Since Ive Been Loving You Live

    8:03

    From The Live-DVD The Song Remains The Same

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You - Jimmy Page & Robert Plant

    7:20

    1994 Live with the Egyptian Ensemble and the London Metropolitan Orchestra

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    4:01

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    Since I've Been Lovin' You · Alexander O'Neal

    Love Makes No Sense

    ℗ 1993 Tabu Records

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: Steve Lindsey
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Richard Cottrell
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Elliot Scheiner
    Composer Lyricist: Francine Vicki Golde
    Composer Lyricist: Michael Bolton

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  • Europe - Since Ive Been Lovin You Live at Nalen, 2008

    7:53

    Live at Nalen in Stockholm, Sweden on January 26, 2008

    TRACKLIST:
    Got To Have Faith
    Forever Travelling
    Devil Sings The Blues
    Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd Cover)
    Dreamer
    Love To Love (UFO Cover)
    The Final Countdown
    Yesterday's News
    Since I've Been Lovin' You (Led Zeppelin Cover)
    Hero
    Suicide (Thin Lizzy Cover)
    Memories
    Superstitious
    Rock The Night

    PERSONNEL:
    Joey Tempest - Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
    John Norum - Electric & Acoustic Guitars
    John Levén - Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
    Mic Michaeli - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
    Ian Haugland - Drums, Backing Vocals
    Malin - My Nilsson - Violin, String Arrangements
    Victoria Lundell - Violin
    Jonna Inge - Viola
    Anna Landberg Dager - Cello

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:11

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    Since I've Been Lovin' You · Zepparella

    Zepparella Live At 19 Broadway

    ℗ 1970 Page/Plant/Jones

    Released on: 2006-02-10

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  • Led Zeppelin - Since Ive Been Loving You Madison Square Garden

    8:16

    Led Zeppelin performing Since I've Been Loving You

  • Since Ive Been Loving You aka Since Ive Been Lovin You

    4:57

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    Since I've Been Loving You aka Since I've Been Lovin' You · Fiona

    More Than Words

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  • Since Ive been lovin you

    3:37

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    Since I've been lovin' you · Donald Dean

    Nightshift

    ℗ 1995 1995

    Released on: 1995-01-01

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:27

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    Since I've Been Lovin You · Joseph Cipriano

    Greatest Hits, Vol.II

    ℗ 2011 Joseph Cipriano

    Released on: 2011-04-15

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  • Since I Been Lovin You

    8:01

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    Since I Been Lovin You (Live) · Led Zepagain

    Tribute to Led Zeppelin (Deluxe Edition)

    ℗ 2014 Music Master Exchange LLC

    Released on: 2014-12-18

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  • Since Ive been Lovin you

    7:19

    as performed by the LED ZEP Tribute Band SWAN SONG @ the Flying Pig Roadhouse in Lake Dallas, TX, Saturday May 22, 2010.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You//Led Zeppelin

    8:18

    gincraze.blogspot.com

  • Led Zeppelin Knebworth 1979 - Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:56

    Since Ive Been Lovin' You Live At Knebworth England 1979.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:16

    June 28, 1970
    Shepton Mallet,
    UK
    Bath Festival - West Showground


    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Bring It On Home,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Organ solo / Thank You,
    That's Way (tentatively titled: The Boy Next Door), What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    How Many More Times (medley incl. Long Distance Call, Honey Bee, Meed Your Love Tonight, That's Alright Mama),
    Whole Lotta Love,
    Communication Breakdown,
    Long Tall Sally ~ Say Mama ~ Johnny B. Goode ~ That's Alright Mama.

    Peter Grant: Some people were trying to videotape the Bath festival and they'd already been told beforehand they couldn't, so I had no qualms about throwing a bucket of water on to the tape machine which blew the whole lot up. Whoosh! It made a horrible smell and then it melted. (C. Welch interview)

    Review: By 8pm, it was estimated that a quarter of a million people roughly the population of the city of Leeds were champing at the bit awaiting Led Zeppelin. Half-an-hour to set up then the members of THE definitive heavy band strode on stage Robert Plant, looking more like Norse warrior than ever, Jimmy Page looking like Mad Dan Eccles in an ankle length overcoat and yokels hat over his ears, John Bonham in purple vest crouched behind his green drums and John Paul Jones in straight trendy gear clutched his bass guitar.
    They kicked off with a new riff from their next album called Immigrant Song. They actually took some time to warm up the crowd, but this may have been intentional as they built up to a fantastic climax with an act lasting over three hours.
    Jimmy produced his violin bow to attack the guitar strings, and John Paul was featured on Hammond organ on Since Ive Been Loving You.
    It was after John Bonhams phenomenal drum solo violent, aggressive and furiously fast had brought the crowd permanently to their feet, that the real fun began!
    They had contrasted their rock style with the beautiful The First Time (aka Thats the Way) featuring John Paul on mandolin and Jim on six-string acoustic with Robert singing in the most attractive restrained style. Now it was time for the other extreme.

    A wild rock medley - How Many More Times. The crowd wouldnt let them go. Tambourines thrown to the fans. As dusk fell and the lights flickered on the band roared into Communication Breakdown.

    ANOTHER ENCORE at 10:50pm Zeppelin had won. They had made all the hang-ups worthwhile and given the crowd a night to remember whatever else happened. In their final minutes, they paid tribute to the masters of Rock and Roll with the songs of Little Richard, Elvis Presley and Chuck Berry. (MelodyMaker, July 1970)

    The most legendary gig by Zeppelin ever certainly lives up to that, even in the average recording. Robert's voice is just amazing in its range and scope, and the band are blistering ... Jones is on fire, Jimmy is incendiary and Bonham is thunderous. The band just played a perfect gig! There are a few previews: Immigrant Song, which was written six days before has a completely different vocal arrangement, That's The Way (under it's working title and introduced as something a little different), and a great jam at the end, and Since I've Been Loving You is played for the first time in the UK. Moby Dick is exceptional and the How Many More Times and Rock Medley are immensely powerful. Plant speaking to the audience prior to the final encores: We've been playing America a lot recently and we really through that coming back here we might have a dodgy time. There's a lot of things going wrong in America at the moment, that are getting a bit sticky. It's really nice to come to an open-air festival where there are no bad things happening and everything's turned out beautiful.

    My most lingering memories of this night, in addition to the fact that the ground had finally dried out after the rain and the crowd's mood was palpably lifting, was the way the band came on right at sunset--afterwards we learned Peter Grant had orchestrated this, but at the time it seemed like an incredible piece of natural drama. There was a mad rush to the front, the result of this being that I couldn't personally see anything, but no trouble hearing--so incredibly loud you could feel the vibrations through the ground. And they were fabulous, of course.

    I missed the previous year's festival, so was determined not to miss out on this one. It was my first ever taste of the new Pop Festival's...and it will be forever, my all time favourite!!
    Not just because Led Zep played an amazing set...but Pink Floyd were awesome. John Mayall, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, Canned Heat....wow! How much would all their tickets cost today?!!
    Mind you...I often wonder if they ever did find Harry!!!

  • Led Zeppelin‘s „Since I‘ve Been Lovin You“. Best version! With lyrics

    8:00

    inZEPtion plays Led Zeppelin.


    Workin' from seven
    To eleven every night
    It really makes life a drag
    I don't think that's right
    I've really been the best of fools
    I did what I could, yeah
    'Cause I love you, baby
    How I love you, darling
    How I love you, baby
    My beloved little girl, little girl
    But baby, since I've been loving you, yeah
    I'm about to lose my worried mind, oh yeah

    Everybody trying to tell me
    That you didn't mean me no good
    I've been trying, Lord, let me tell you
    Let me tell you I really did the best I could
    I've been working from seven to eleven every night
    I said it kinda makes my life a drag
    Lord, that ain't right, no no
    Since I've been loving you
    I'm about to lose my worried mind
    Watch out

    Said I've been crying, yeah
    Oh, my tears they fell like rain
    Don't you hear, don't you hear them falling
    Don't you hear, don't you hear them falling

    Do you remember, mama, when I knocked upon your door?
    I said you had the nerve to tell me
    You didn't want me no more, yeah
    I open my front door, hear my back door slam
    You know, you must have one of them new fangled
    New fangled back door man

    I've been working from seven, seven, seven to eleven every night
    It kinda makes my life a drag, a drag, drag
    Ah, yeah, it makes a drag
    Baby, since I've been loving you
    I'm about to lose
    I'm about to lose, lose my worried mind
    Just one more, just one more, oh yeah
    Since I've been loving you, I'm about to lose my worried mind

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:02

    November 11, 1971
    Newcastle, UK
    City Hall (Newcastle)

    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Black Dog,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Rock and Roll,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    That's the Way,
    Going to California,
    Tangerine,
    Dazed and Confused,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Celebration Day,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley),
    Communication Breakdown.

    Really nice sound on this ... The band is playing very tight but loose, and are steamrolling through the set. Robert's voice is very good and the show focuses on the new material from the newly released 4th album. A great show. Now then, today's the day of the Teddy Bear's picnic, and to go with it, the new album came out. I know what they say about the lenght of time between the two, and I'm sure you can rea all sorts of reports and toss a coin! said Plant. The main question is Moby Dick really was played or not. Right after Celebration Day Plant saying The one and only... and the tape cuts straight into You don't wanna be famous? comment just before as Pagey starts with opening intro to Communication Breakdown.

    There I was 16 years old. I had got up at some unearthly hour to queue for my ticket with my mate Rob and now here I was in the City Hall Newcastle, ready to rock. I seem to remember the house being very bright and then being suddenly plunged in to darkness and a spot light picking out Robert Plant who simply said: Good evening and then straight in to the pulsating beat of the Immigrant Song --- A haa haaaaaa ha and we were off, ear drums bleeding!

    John Bonham was driving things along, John Paul Jones did his usual invisible man but supplied that incredible texture and Jimmy Page was, well, Jimmy Page. The way he played guitar I wouldn't be at all surprised if had sold his soul.

    The evening before I was in the Five Bridges Hotel Gateshead, where they had a strict dress code ... not drinking alcohol, honest (only 16). I was standing at the bar next to this guy who was dressed head to toe in denim with cowboy boots and mane of hair. Who the heck is that I thought. Yup, it was Robert Plant. He nodded at me I nodded back and I rushed back to tell my girlfriend I'd just met Robert Plant! She turned round and of course he was gone. I've told that story many a time, like the time I met Ray Davies of the Kinks fame, in the Green Man in Finchley...but that's a tale for a different web site.

    15 years old and quewed all night with my brothers friend to get front row seats. You could have knocked me down with a feather when I actually had one in my hand after the box office opened.
    Took several pics with dads Kodak, the best for me of my hero Bonzo winking when I stood up like a prat to take the picture during a lull in the set. Shook hands with Robert, Jimmy and John Paul. The experience has just never been bettered and still makes me smile after all these years.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:40

    September 14, 1971
    Berkeley, CA US
    Community Theatre
    Setlist:

    includes: Immigrant Song, Heartbreaker, Since I've Been Loving You, Black Dog, Dazed and Confused, Stairway to Heaven, That's the Way, Going to California, What Is and What Should Never Be, Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Let That Boy Boogie, Hello Mary Lou, My Baby Left Me, Mess of Blues, You Shook Me).
    Notes:

    Newspaper review from local press:

    Led Zeppelin Bows In with a Roar

    Led Zeppelin, tabbed a supergroup by many rock critics, proved itself only to be loud, boisterous and very deafening at their first Bay Area appearance in over a year last week.

    Filling the Berkeley Community Theater with some 40 amplifiers and speakers, the English group apparently mis-judged its sound projection because its effect was almost unbelievable, and often unbearable. It is well known that Led Zeppelin is a talented group. Jimmy Page is without a doubt one of the best guitarists in the musical world, John Bonham is a great drummer, bassist John Paul Jones is an above-average performer and Robert Plant, well, he has been called a male Janis Joplin.

    The concert, which started 20 minutes late, began with the barely recognizable Immigrant Song, with Page improvising to the hilt throughout the number and Plant dancing around onstage spastically to the tune.

    Since I've Been Loving You, was moving, dramatic and gutsy, but absolutely too loud and so was Black Dog, from the newest album. Their mystic and haunting Dazed and Confused has improved by Page and his guitar. Zeppelin's Celebration Day,
    a hard, driving number that was unbelievably loud, shook the auditorium and the people in it.

    A quiet and peaceful interlude where the group sat down and performed a couple of tunes including the lyrical and soothing (to the ear) Going to California almost saved the evening. They played acoustic guitar, but even it was plugged in. John Bonham, the drummer in the group, presented one of the most phenomenal drum solos this reporter has ever witnessed. The half-hour solo had the crowd in a frenzy and they roared its approval until his conclusion. From then on, the crowd stood until the end of the performance, apparently hypnotized by the music, and danced Whole Lotta Love, a fast moving tune, interspersed with oldies but goodies like Rick Nelson's old hit, Hello Mary Lou. When called back for an encore, they went into Been a Long Time, also from their upcoming album and again blasted the audience out of the auditorium, ears ringing with the tunes of Led Zeppelin, probably the loudest group to
    come out of England. — Oakland Tribune.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:58

    Led Zeppelin
    Orlando 1971 [Genuine Masters, 2CD]
    Live at the Civic Auditorium, Orlando, Florida, August 31, 1971

    Interestingly, I've just got a bootleg from a gig in Orlando and in between every song I'm playing all these riffs. Somebody played it to me and I thought, Crikey, they're really good riffs! They never got used again, but they just came out on the spur of the moment. It was such an inspiring time, playing with inspired people, and we were all absolutely on top of it.
    - Jimmy Page, Guitarist Magazine (12/12/03)

    There are three versions of this show in circulation: Welcome To Disneyland Part 1 And 2 (Lemon Song) is an incomplete audience recording. Florida Sunshine: Orlando Magic (Empress Valley) is a nearly-complete soundboard with the missing gaps filled with an audience recording. Then there is Orlando: You Really Got Me (Genuine Masters). The latter is a DVD release (photo stills as a slideshow) and is also a nearly-complete soundboard with the missing gaps filled with an audience recording. The sound is generally excellent.

    According to Jules McTrainspotter on the sound on the DVD is more 'natural', that is, the sources have not been EQ'd to the extent that Empress Valley like to do it... and the blend between the two sources [soundboard and audience] is seamless. There is also excellent stereo seperation between both left and right speakers, quite distinct in What Is And What Should Never Be.

    Listening to the show today, one would hardly raise the eyebrow at Black Dog, Stairway To Heaven and Going To California - for these have become Led Zep classics and staples. But imagine the excitement of the Orlando audience - for many it would be the first time they were hearing these tracks which would make their appearance on the legendary Led Zeppelin IV album (released in November 1971). Stairway To Heaven was so new that Robert Plant had to introduce it!

    But what fans recall and really miss from this show is the presence of drummer John Bonham - from his exchanges with Jimmy Page and the fat sound of his drumming.


    Disc 1
    Track 101 Introduction** (3.5MB)
    Track 102 Immigrant Song (5.6MB)
    Track 103 Heartbreaker (10.8MB)
    Track 104 Since I've Been Loving You (10.8MB)
    Track 105 Dazed And Confused** (33.0MB)
    Track 106 Black Dog (9.6MB)
    Track 107 Stairway To Heaven (12.6MB)
    Track 108 Celebration Day** (7.9MB)
    Disc 2
    Track 201 That's The Way** (9.6MB)
    Track 202 Going To California** (7.2MB)
    Track 203 What Is And What Should Never Be** (6.5MB)
    Track 204 Moby Dick (22.7MB)
    Track 205 Whole Lotta Love (23.6MB)
    Track 206 Organ Solo (4.7MB)
    Track 207 Thank You (12.1MB)

    Note: Excellent soundboard source except ** where audience source used to complete.

    Lineup:
    Jimmy Page - guitar
    Robert Plant - vocals
    John Paul Jones - bass, keyboards
    John Bonham - drums

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You Led Zeppelin Live 6-23-1977

    9:30

    June 23rd, 1977. Since I've Been Lovin' You, Led Zeppelin.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    6:07

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    Since I've Been Lovin' You · Lisa Tingle

    Black Pearl

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:33

    September 7, 1971
    Boston, MA US
    Boston Garden


    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Black Dog,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Celebration Day,
    That's the Way,
    Going To California,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley),
    Communication Breakdown,
    Organ solo / Thank You,
    Rock and Roll.

    This is a blistering show, right from the start. Immigrant Song is a pummeling opener and a very long and amazing Heartbreaker follows right after. Robert is simply amazing ... hitting the highest notes effortlessly for dramatic effect in Black Dog and a gut wrenching Since I've Been Loving You. The band is awesome too, powering through Dazed And Confused like nobody's business. The crowd seems to be rowdy so Robert calmed them down few times. No! No! You gotta cool it! Listen, I gotta put things straight. We had a bit of trouble in New York the other day, when so many people got on stage that is fell apart. Listen! Listen! Listen to me! ... If everybody gets on the stage, then the police will stop the thing. So what we wanna do is play as much of the new stuff and old stuff as we can without it falling apart! The ending is pure rock and roll bliss.

    I was in attendance at this concert. With the lights barely dimmed at the old Boston Garden, Led Zeppelin took the stage like a storm and whipped right into the Immigrant Song for their opening number. To say the crowd was stunned would be an understatement. People who had been wandering around the facility aimlessly rushed back to their seats to see what the big commotion was all about. Most bands of this era invariably showed up late for their performances. Not Led Zeppelin. They were scheduled to arrive at 8 PM and they promptly took the stage only a few minutes later. The band's appearance in those days differed from their later image and attire. Page had a full beard and, for the most part, everyone was in jeans. Call it the business casual of 1971.
    Plant did all the talking during the show and commented ruefully to the audience about Atlantic Records and the problems they were having getting their new album released. I remember the band played at least two tracks from the up-coming album (Led Zeppelin IV): Black Dog and Stairway to Heaven. Both songs were given mild support from the audience as is always the case when new un-heard songs are played. The band did an outstanding acoustic set (all four members sitting in chairs in the middle of the stage) and played a number of cuts from their third album including That's the Way. Near the end of the show, John Paul Jones did an extended and impromptu organ solo and the other band members danced at the front of the stage. There were several well-received encores after which the band left the stage triumphantly. The show clocked in at just over three hours and was considered one of their most masterful performances of 1971. I had just returned from Vietnam (August 1971) and this was the first concert I attended after my arrival back in the States. It was also a sold-out performance (15,000) and there was no opening act.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:06

    March 12, 1970
    Dusseldorf, DE
    Rheinhalle


    Communication Breakdown,
    I Can't Quit You Baby,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Heartbreaker,
    White Summer / Black Mountainside,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Organ solo / Thank You,
    Moby Dick,
    How Many More Times (medley incl. Move On Down the Line, Bottle Up 'n Go, Lemon Song),
    Whole Lotta Love.

    An unusual set and really great show. We're Gonna Groove was the usual set opener the first half of 1970 but Communication Breakdown is the opener here. It sounds like Page wanted to loosen his fingers and somehow wandered into the Communication Breakdown riff and the band just followed along. It rocks! The highlight of this show is White Summer/Black Mountain Side. I can easily described this version as the moment when the West meets an East! Very subtle Since I've Been Loving You follows this masterpiece. How Many More Times includes a lot of humorous commentary by Plant on the lyrics he's singing, letting us all in on the joke and has the audience in stiches. Blistering Whole Lotta closes this really gutsy show much to the excitement of the crowd.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:35

    KB Hallen
    Copenhagen,Denmark
    June.3,1971

    What a document! One of the rarest tapes ever to surface and one of the most unusual concerts from the band. A nervous night with a sometimes troublesome audience (after the initial tidal wave of pieces,Plant is shouting,STOP! STOP! Whoa! Tell him...if there's any trouble,we go off! Right,we go!

    By the time they play a very light version of Since I've Been Loving You,the group has settled down and Plant does a beautiful vocal workout on Dazed & Confused. The main instrumental of the piece is very similar to the BBC Broadcast and a unique,whispered howl is the first refrain of the returning vocal theme (superb).

    Page finishes the piece in an Oriental mood.Every remote attempt at rhythm,as in some interwork between Page's violin bow and Plant's murmuring,is followed by the now legendary Danish clapping.Plant keeps repeating Good evening! to try and warm things up a bit.Black Dog is rather freely changed in the lyrics.

    Plant manages miraculously to control the audience at the beginning of Stairway To Heaven and offers a beautiful and intimate version with superb,high-pitched soul flourishes. The end of the song has him hitting high notes just as in the album version,although not as clean.But the big surprises start as Plant announces that,We'll try something we've never done before...there's every chance that we will fall apart. If we do,we'll start again,okay? (Yes,spontaneity was not dead in 1971!).With an unusual introduction,they start the still-untitled Four Sticks,played for the FIRST TIME EVER in public,and the ONLY live recording to date! Page produces a special Waltz intro and the chaotic drum pattern faithfully reproduces the effect on the fourth album!

    This surprise is followed by yet another one!Gallows Pole is played live for the first time also and is the ONLY complete live version known to date! The twelve-string electric guitar intro makes it sound different,and Bonham molds a variant,heavily underlining the first verses of Keep me from the Gallows Pole! He follows with a slow cadenza until everything evolves into complete chaos and Page is lost at the end in a disjointed guitar solo (not very effective,but great fun).

    The group then embarks on a typical classic version of the Whole Lotta Love Medley,similar again to the BBC Broadcast and including a very long instrumental intro to Mess O' Blues. The Honey Bee guitar solo is a strange mixture of Dazed & Confused and Since I've Been Loving You. At the end of the song,Plant demonstrates that he has no limits as the final LOOOVVEEEE!! breaks all barriers.
    Communication Breakdown includes a booming bass solo and an almost funky arrangement of Celebration Day (first time,too).But the previews and novelties are not over. Misty Mountain Hop includes beautiful keyboard playing in harmony with really daring guitar patterns,and Rock & Roll (called It's Been A Long Time in the concert) finally has the privilaged,but sometimes difficult Danish audience out of it's head!

    1-Immigrant Song.
    2-Heartbreaker.
    3-Since I've Been Loving You.
    4-Dazed & Confused.
    5-Black Dog.
    6-Stairway To Heaven.
    1-Going To California.
    2-That's The Way.
    3-What Is And What Should Never Be.
    4-Four Sticks.
    5-Gallows Pole.
    6-Whole Lotta Love (Includes Boogie Woogie,Trucking Little Mama,MessO' Blues,Honey Bee & The Lemon Song).
    7-Communication Breakdown (includes Celebration Day).
    8-Misty Mountain Hop.
    9-Rock & Roll (called It's Been A Long Time).

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:58

    June 3, 1973
    Los Angeles,
    CA US
    The Forum

    Rock and Roll,
    Celebration Day,
    Black Dog,
    Over the Hills and Far Away,
    Misty Mountain Hop,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    No Quarter,
    The Song Remains the Same,
    Rain Song,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Moby Dick,
    Heartbreaker,
    Whole Lotta Love,
    The Ocean,
    Communication Breakdown,
    Organ solo ~ Thank You.

    More SIBLY's here:


    It didn't get much attention, because the group paid for everything, but Led Zeppelin was in rare destructive form when they were here recently for some concerts.

    Things got off to a bad start when lead guitarist Jimmy Page sprained a finger when he lurched against a fence at San Diego Airport. That apparently threw the boys into a grand funk.

    Not too long after the group got settled in a ninth floor suite at the Continental Hyatt House, a table came sailing out their window. Explanation for the mis-Led table was, the boys were irritated at being told not to toss liquor glasses into an open Lincoln convertible parked on the street below. Then it was off to a theater to attend a party for Jo Jo Gunne. There members of the group were accused of smashing up the rest rooms and defacing paintings in the lobby.

    Back to their hotel they went to spread a four-foot cake around the swimming pool. It happened to be Zeppelin drummer John Bonham's 25th birthday. When George Harrison and wife Patti dropped by to help celebrate. Bonham threw both of them, fully clothed, into the swimming pool. (Newswire, June 1973)

    The last show of the first leg of the 1973 US Tour features the best show from 1973. Robert is in incredible voice, John Paul is amazing as always, Bonham is thunderous and grooves and Jimmy, despite a sprained left finger (?!) is as amazing as ever! You shouldn't have been here tonight and we should have been in England! As you know, the concert you originally had to come to was cancelled because of Jimmy's finger. Now, this finger is very susceptible to strain and ligament pulling. Jimmy's had his finger in a bucket of cold water offstage, completely, the whole of the time since the concert was cancelled. I think he's doing really well and that's a fact. It's no fun. said Plant before Stairway To Heaven. This entire show is unreal, with the 30 minutes of Dazed And Confused and 20 minutes of Whole Lotta Love standing out among all of the improvisations. Since I've Been Loving You is one of the most emotional and best versions ever played, bested only by the version played here on June 25th, 1972.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    9:09

    June 11, 1972
    Baltimore,
    MD US Civic Center (Baltimore)

    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Black Dog,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Going to California,
    That's the Way,
    Tangerine,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    Dazed and Confused,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Let That Boy Boogie, I Need Your Love Tonight, Hello Mary Lou, Heartbreak Hotel, I'm Going Down, Going Down Slow),
    Rock and Roll,
    Communication Breakdown.

    An excellent show with excellent sound! The band is on and plays truly excellent music. While Immigrant Song has lyrics repeated twice at some point the rest of the show is on top form. Friends is only short vocal rehearsal and it is followed by short and unknown medley. Plant making some reference to Elvis Presley while he's introducing an aocoustic set: We went to see Elvis Presley. That guy did so much for music - long time ago, mind you! His voice has gone down about two or three tones and seemed to have changed a bit and his waist is a bit bigger. Dazed And Confused is outstanding and the Whole Lotta Love medley is fast, furious, and lots of fun!! Robert's voice is just beautiful, especially in the great, intimate acoustic set, and overall, this concert rates as one of the best from the 1972 US Tour.

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  • Since Ive Been lovin You

    9:43

    Led Zeppelin Colston Hall Bristol, UK January 8 1970.

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    TITLE: The Bristol Stomp Audience

    Disc 1: 1. We're Gonna Groove 2. I Can't Quit You Baby 3. Dazed And Confused 4. Heartbreaker 5. White Summer - Black Mountain Side Disc 2: 1. Since I've Been Loving You 2. Organ Solo - Thank You 3. Moby Dick 4. How Many More Times 5. Whole Lotta Love 6. Communication Breakdown New show to appear in this double CD set from the Colston Hall, Bristol on January 8, 1970. This audience recording starts off in We're Gonna Grove as very muffled, distorted and distant but does afterward become clearer even if tape wobble is heard in places. Moby Dick is severely cut and there are drop outs in Dazed. Most songs are played in short but intense arrangements, especially I Can't Quit You and Communication Breakdown. Good guitar work on Heartbreaker, White Summer and How Many More Times. There are other 1970 shows which are easier on the ear.

  • Led Zeppelin - Since Ive Been Lovin You

    9:29

    July 10, 1973
    Milwaukee, WI US
    Milwaukee Arena

    Rock and Roll,
    Celebration Day,
    (Bring It On Home intro) Black Dog,
    Over the Hills and Far Away,
    Misty Mountain Hop,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    No Quarter,
    The Song Remains the Same,
    Rain Song,
    Dazed and Confused (incl. San Francisco),
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Moby Dick,
    Heartbreaker,
    Whole Lotta Love.

    Press Review: Zeppelin Flying High

    The Led Zeppelin soared high over Milwaukee Tuesday night. One of the granddaddies of hard rock groups, the Zep thoroughly entertained about 11,000 at the Arena.

    It had been three years since the group was in Milwaukee and rock music has taken some strange twists and turns since then. Some very good rock groups have compromised their musical integrity by selling their souls to gimmicks, gadgets and the foibles of a few loud and abusive fans.

    But Zeppelin was as true to its music as it was the last time around. The group had stage smoke drifting out over the audience, apparently a necessity for all rock bands that consider themselves superstars.

    There were truckloads of light and optical equipment on stage. But Led Zep never forgot what it was there for to play the sometimes sweet, sometimes sour hard rock that has kept it on top while others have come and gone.

    There were many peaks and few valleys in the long show.

    Led Zeppelin played for 2 hours and 40 minutes, an unusually long set for a group that commands the money and prestige it does. There was no opening act.

    Lead guitarist Jimmy Page made his guitar sing while playing it with a violin bow. Drummer John Bonham delivered a spectacular drum solo that seemed as if it never would quit.
    Keyboard man John Paul Jones simulated orchestras at the keys. Singer Robert Plant, whose background is blues, wailed and shouted and crooned.

    It was difficult to pick a highlight, but it was probably the groups thrilling 15 minute version of Stairway to Heaven, one of the most beautiful rock songs written in recent years.
    Page outdid himself time and time again, bringing to mind his days as a Yardbird. When the list of rock superstar guitarists is recited by those in the know, his name seldom is mentioned. It should be.

    Led Zep did almost all of its fans favorites, including its only pop single hit, Whole Lotta Love. The quartet receives a lot of airplay on FM rock stations, but has not sought the AM top 40 market.

    The group is on one of those monster concert tours that reportedly has them carting the money away by the carload. The four musicians supposedly are drawing better crowds and making more money than the Beatles, Rolling Stones or Alice Cooper ever did.

    Milwaukee fans should be happy that the Arena was included in the bonanza. (D. Jaques, Milwaukee Journal, 7/11/73)

    Robert starts this show very low and hoarse but he recovers halfway through. The band is on top form however, and from the brutal middle of Rock And Roll, this is a great show. Plant asked the audience, if they remember the 1969 gig: Good evening! It's very nice to be back. When did we come here last? 1969, was it? Do you remember that festival where it rained all day? Well, anyway, a lot of things changed since then, and we've had a few experiences as well. Black Dog is wonderful, and Jimmy tears his heart and soul out for a beautiful Since I've Been Loving You. Dazed And Confused is just great, with the rhythm changes and spontaneous additions making it slightly different and a great listen.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:17

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    Led Zeppelin - 1973-01-15 - Stoke, UK
    (Soundboard)

    01. Rock And Roll (4:07)
    02. Over The Hills And Far Away (5:49)
    03. Black Dog (6:27)
    04. Misty Mountain Hop (5:07)
    05. Since I've Been Loving You (8:16)
    06. Dancing Days (4:46)
    07. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp (5:52)
    08. The Song Remains The Same (6:01)
    09. The Rain Song (5:53)
    10. Dazed And Confused (29:20)
    11. Stairway To Heaven (9:34)
    12. Whole Lotta Love (17:22)

    John Bonham's brother Mick recalled the night in his book 'My Brother John':

    I mused on the thought of putting a heavy rock band on stage in a venue such as Trentham Gardens. Set in 1000 acres of woodlands and beautiful gardens... John kick-started the kit into life, making it sound like a pneumatic hammer pounding the snare. The audience knew it was time to rock and Jacko (father)
    and I stood proudly watching as the boys yet again gave their all in a show that moulded talent with sheer magic.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    9:16

    May 18, 1977
    Birmingham, AL US
    Jefferson Civic Center Coliseum

    The Song Remains The Same,
    (The Rover intro) Sick Again,
    Nobody's Fault But Mine,
    In My Time of Dying,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    No Quarter,
    Ten Years Gone,
    Battle of Evermore,
    Going to California,
    Black Country Woman,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    White Summer ~ Black Mountainside,
    Kashmir,
    (Out On the Tiles intro) Moby Dick,
    Jimmy Page solo,
    Achilles Last Stand,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Rock and Roll.

    A very good show, the first during the tour's second leg since the Silverdome show. The first few songs are heavy and played very well and really provide a solid introduction to the set. No Quarter in particular is quite good, although shorter than usual. Achilles Last Stand is very good and almost impeccable and the drama is really heightened in the solo/jam section of Stairway To Heaven. A brutal Rock And Roll caps the event.

    I won tickets to this show on WSGN. In fact, I won the Stairway to Zeppelin. I was recovering from the flu but that did not stop me from drinking (slamming) six beers within 30 minutes of the start of the show. Needless to say, I slept through the show. Tim

    This was the second concert I'd ever seen, 15 years old, and there will never be anything that even comes close! Tickets were selling for 50 cents on the streets because the scalpers bought them up and thought they were going to get rich! These guys were as good as it will ever be.

    Still have my ticket, the first time I ever heard Led Zeppelin was in a room with the speakers way apart and my friend said you have to hear this they played a whole lot of love, I knew at that point that I had been touched by a force that I had never known and it talked to me. Every man had his job and they did it so masterfully. They would just build you up then just tear you down. I began to follow the band only in print and their albums. To me they were just so mistic, they would go away and then cut another album with almost all great songs. This feat is so hard to believe that just a hand full of bands have ever get to the air so rare. I was a witness May 18, 1977, thanks guys for the light and the shade. BAS III

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:08

    April 9, 1970
    Tampa, FL US
    Curtis Hixon Hall


    Bring It On Home,
    White Summer / Black Mountainside,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Organ solo / Thank You,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    How Many More Times (medley incl. Boogie Chillen, Hideaway, Bottle Up 'n' Go, Mess of Blues, My Babe, Lemon Song),
    Whole Lotta Love.

    Press Review: Zeppelin Group Was Great

    Jimmy Page may have finished only sixth or seventh to the recently completed Playboy magazine jazz poll but more than 9,000 rock fans decided Thursday night in Tampa he may be the great¬est.

    Page was the premier attraction of Led Zeppelin, a British Isles supergroup who conducted an evening with concert at Curtis Hixon Hall Thursday night.

    It was Curtis Hixons first complete standing room only sellout in a long time. It was also one of the more expensive concerts ever on this coast of Florida. So, if things didn't go perfectly smooth, the sub-culture of hard rock would surely have let the promoters know about it.
    Things went smoothly.

    Page, while the most musical of the quartet, is still only one fourth. Bobby Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham are names you will hear again. If not as members of Led Zeppelin, then as solos or members of other small groups. Each member of Zeppelin got a shot at solo work. Page was first and he was magnificent. Many of the groups touring through the area manage to turn every¬body on, but few of the individual performers are true musical craftsmen
    Jimmy Page is a master guitarist

    After cranking out some numbers from their two albums, vocalist Plant introduced Page for a solo. The slender guitarist, hanging over his instrument like some strange stork, stroked out more than 15 minutes of music scaling from elementary Chuck Berry rhythm to hard raga.
    The far eastern influence in Page's fretwork was obvious, his long, bony fingers running the length of the electrified guitar with magical ease.

    The capacity audience re¬warded Page with a seven-minute standing ovation. Only a shy smile creased his lips as Page fidgeted about the stage constricted with huge amplifiers. Drummer Bonham soloed for more than 25 minutes to several standing ovations. Bass guitarist Jones turned his solo on the electric organ and vocalist Plant, besides providing the words for all the Zeppelin's songs, played his harmonica.

    Zeppelin turned in one of the truly great performances in this area. Some of the biggest names in rock have been at Curtis Hixon but few besides B.B. King — have received the welcome afford¬ed these slender English boys.

    And more amazing than the group's ability to perform is the fact they came on the stage and started their first number four minutes before show time. This was promised by the promoter, National Shows Inc., but few hardened rock fans believed it.

    Led Zeppelin is one group that would be welcome back.

    (J. Lankford, Independent, April 10, 1970)

    A great, energetic and very intense show. White Summer has some bars from Bron-Yr-Aur and the performance of it by Jimmy and the drumming by Bonham is just exceptional. Since I've Been Loving You is one of the pre-record intense versions and a spaced out and blistering Whole Lotta Love follows the amazing medley. How Many More Times shines and has few excellent oldies thrown in. Robert's voice is great and the band blows everything out. Listen as Robert makes crowd announcement near the beginning: Will Carol Russell go to the front box office? Funny!

    I was at this concert in Tampa. I was 16 years old, my Mother took me and picked me up. Curtis Hixon Hall no longer exist, it was a great venue for concerts it sat about three thousand people. The concert was great.
    Christine Dohlmar

  • Since Ive Been lovin You

    9:18

    April 25, 1977
    Louisville,
    KY US Freedom Hall -
    Kentucky Fair & Expo Center

    The Song Remains The Same,
    (The Rover intro) Sick Again,
    Nobody's Fault But Mine,
    In My Time of Dying,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    No Quarter,
    Ten Years Gone,
    Battle of Evermore,
    Going to California,
    Black Country Woman,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir,
    (Out On the Tiles intro) Moby Dick, Jimmy Page solo,
    Achilles Last Stand,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Rock and Roll.

    In the several feet closest to the stage, people were wringing wet with perspiration. People who waited all afternoon and evening for Led Zeppelin were complaining that the air was too stale to breathe. The pressure of bodies against bodies was too much. I had to get out, said 18 year-old Lloyd of Valley Station, his curls hanging wet from his head. I couldnt breathe in there. The T-shirted stage security men stood on a wooden platform and the veins in their arms bulged as they pulled on the men and woman handed up to them by the crowd.One girl was unable to stand on her own, as they carried her, doubled up from the stage area, she said On, my God. And they stretched her out on the concrete. Those that had been lifted out bought drinks at the concession stands and looked around for the friends they had been separated from. At 9 p.m. they were refreshed, again part of the crowd, and adding to the roaring ovation given Led Zeppelin as the show began. (J. Adams / CourierJournal / May 1977) I was only 14 at the time but I blackmailed my older sister into taking me with her and her friends ( it was something about the bag of pot I found in her room). We went to the show and she said remember where we parked and be here an hour after the shows over and it was amazing I don't remember much about the crowds being as bad as the review but the music and lights are in my head forever. I ended up standing in one of the concrete halls that lead down to the floor but I still saw most of the show. It amazes me what time does to the memory.I was and al ways will be a led head. My friends who attended the show with me couldn't remember the year, either could I. The show sold out faster than any other show that has ever played louisville including the stones, eagles, elvis, elton john, rod stewart. The problem with the show was the band was delayed close to an hour and at the time and the concert was festival seating, wich is no longer allowed in freedom hall. They sold about 5000 more tickets than the hall could handle coupled with some really bad sustances that most people were under the influence of. When the band took the stage every body kept surging forward, crushing the people up front.Robert Plant would stop in the middle of a song and tell every one toback up or they would haveto quit the show. Security were pulling crushed girls over the stage barricade to save them.and trying to push eveyone back. Finally everybody chilled and the graetest band in the world rock and rolled . This was the best concert I ever attended. The band delivered a strong set start to finish. I remember John Paul, the Golden God and Jimmy sitting down. The first song after that was Bron-Y-Aur Stomp. They got the crowd going first with that highlands riff and launched into the song. It seems like the crowd was waiting for Rock n Roll and when John kicked the intro the crowd exploded. From my seat stage left lower, the floor was a mass of people swelling, jumping, hands and lighters in the air. An amazing night with an amazing band. What a great show it was. 3 friends and I drove in from Lexington (University of Kentucky). I still have the ticket stub!

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    9:36

    May 26, 1977
    Landover, MD US
    Capital Centre

    The Song Remains The Same,
    (The Rover intro) Sick Again,
    Nobody's Fault But Mine,
    In My Time of Dying,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    No Quarter,
    Ten Years Gone,
    Battle of Evermore,
    Going to California,
    Dancing Days ~
    Black Country Woman,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    White Summer ~ Black Mountainside,
    Kashmir,
    (Out On the Tiles intro) Moby Dick,
    Jimmy Page solo,
    Achilles Last Stand,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Whole Lotta Love ~
    Rock and Roll.

    I attended the second concert at what we called the Cap Center and it was absolutely awesome. After listening to Zep non-stop and hunting for tickets, the opening of Song Remains the Same was everything we expected. They blew the roof off. Bonham's drum solo was amazing and Page followed up with his own smokin' solo. Great stuff. Still the best concert I ever saw/experienced. Greatest rock band ever - bar none!

    Wow, I was a senior in high school when I attended that show, do not remember a whole lot thru the haze of smoke, do recall people yelling at Bonzo to get off stage through the long solo, the first and only time I saw Zeppelin what a fantastic show and what a great trip down memory lane

    Another strong accent. Since I've Been Loving You is very powerful, No Quarter an epic and Ten Years Gone is also excellent. A great, short, impromptu version of Dancing Days leads into Black Country Woman Moby Dick for drum solo fans is over 35 minutes long here! So sad Jimmy not goes deeper into Communication Breakdown but only teasing the audience with a riff.


    JIMMY WAS PLAYING FROM ANOTHER WORLD THAT NIGHT. MAN WHATA SHOW! I WAS STILL IN HS.TICKETS WERE SO CHEAP COMPARED TO TODAY.IVE SEEN THEM THROUGH THE YEARS AS SOLO PERFORMERS AND THE PAGE /PLANT SHOWS,IN 99 OR MAYBE 2000 AT THE VA. BEACH AMPITHEATRE AND THEY STILL SOUNDED AWESOME.NO ONE TODAY HAS EVEN COME CLOSE TO THE TALENT THAT EACH ONE BROUGHT TO THE STAGE AND STUDIO.MY BAND FOREVER!!!!


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  • Since Ive Been lovin You

    8:24

    September 13, 1971
    Berkeley, CA US
    Community Theatre


    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Black Dog,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Celebration Day,
    That's the Way,
    Going to California,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Let That Boy Boogie, Hello Mary Lou, Mess of Blues, You Shook Me), Communication Breakdown (incl. Gallows Pole), Rock and Roll (aka Been a Long Time)

    Led Zeppelin, tabbed a supergroup by many rock critics, proved itself only to be loud, boisterous and very deafening at their first Bay Area appearance in over a year last week.

    Filling the Berkeley Community Theater with some 40 amplifiers and speakers, the English group apparently mis-judged its sound projection because its effect was almost unbelievable, and often unbearable. It is well known that Led Zeppelin is a talented group. Jimmy Page is without a doubt one of the best guitarists in the musical world, John Bonham is a great drummer, bassist John Paul Jones is an above-average performer and Robert Plant,well, he has been called a male Janis Joplin.

    The concert, which started 20 minutes late, began with the barely recognizable Immigrant Song, with Page improvising to the hilt throughout the number and Plant dancing around onstage spastically to the tune.

    Since I've Been Loving You, was moving, dramatic and gutsy, but absolutely too loud and so was Black Dog, from the newest album. Their mystic and haunting Dazed and Confused has improved by Page and his guitar. Zeppelin's Celebration Day, a hard, driving number that was unbelievably loud, shook the auditorium and the people in it.A quiet and peaceful interlude where the group sat down and performed a couple of tunes including the lyrical and soothing (to the ear) Going to California almost saved the evening. They played acoustic guitar, but even it was plugged in.

    John Bonham, the drummer in the group, presented one of the most phenomenal drum solos this reporter has ever witnessed. The half-hour solo had the crowd in a frenzy and they roared its approval until his conclusion. From then on, the crowd stood until the end of the performance, apparently hypnotized by the music, and danced Whole Lotta Love, a fast moving tune, interspersed with oldies but goodies like Rick Nelson's old hit, Hello Mary Lou.When called back for an encore, they went into Been a Long Time, also from their upcoming album and again blasted the audience out of the auditorium, ears ringing with the tunes of Led Zeppelin, probably the loudest group to ome out of England. — Oakland Tribune.

    An excellent first night in Berkeley with the band firing on all cylinders. The entire concert is played brilliantly, especially the new material form the as yet unreleased fourth album. That's The Way is one of the better versions I have heard with amazing mandolin from Jones. Dazed And Confused is of epic proportions and the ending medley is very gutsy and suggestive, especially from Robert.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    6:34

    1. Since I've Been Loving You
    2. Black Dog
    3. Dazed and Confused


    The group continued through set, Heartbreaker, Since I've Been Loving You, Black Dog, Dazed and Confused.. with small fires erupting among the audience. Despite pleas from Robert Plant begging the crowd to calm down, the chaos continued. We went on for another 20 or 30 minutes, but every time the audience would stand up for an encore, there'd be loads of smoke!, Page recalled. So we just kept on saying repeatedly 'Stop lighting those fires, please!'. But then we suddenly realized that it wasn't smoke from fires - it was bloody tear gas that the police were firing into the crowd. It wasn't until one canister landed about 20 feet from the stage (during Dazed and Confused) and the wind brought it over to us that we realized what was happening. The band stops playing, about several minutes into the song after tear gas lands close to the stage [sample audio clip], causing screams from the crowd and chants of BASTA!... BASTA! (enough) pleading to the police to stop.
    They began throwing stones and police quickly charged toward the crowd in an attempt to disperse them. They returned less than 10 minutes later. By all accounts, it was a small number of youths who ruined it for all, inciting the crowd and police over-reaction that would escalate the situation to a full scale riot. Police retaliated forming a line of military jeeps where the battle moved towards the other side of Vigorelli. Police once again launched tear gas and spread out around the whole perimeter of Vigorelli. All hell broke loose by 11:30pm.
    We were still playing in a cloud of tear gas but it was hopeless, so we said 'Blow this, let's cut it really short.' We did one more number and went right in to Whole Lotta Love and the whole crowd jumped up., said Page. By this point there'd been about 40 minutes of tear gas attacks and finally somebody heaved a bottle at the police. It was not entirely unexpected since the crowd had been getting bombarded for no reason - but of course
    the moment a bottle went up, that's what the police had been waiting for.
    Choking and gasping for air, desperate fans began fleeing - some towards the stage. The band had seen enough and fled the stage. Thick clouds of tear gas and smoke blocked their only passageway as they attempted to find a way out, with a steady succession of gas bombs still exploding. Locking themselves in a small room backstage, they tried to catch their breath. Realizing some of their equipment was still on stage, in the middle of the ensuing riot roadies braved the war zone again to salvage what was left, including Bonham's drums who was certain they were now destroyed. An assortment of projectiles including Molotov cocktails, bottles and stones were thrust into the air.
    The roadies had to be carried off in stretchers, just for trying to save the gear, recalls John Paul Jones. The police had cordoned off all the audience around the back and there was a big line of policemen holding them there.
    The only way they could move was forward on to the stage - about 10,000 kids were forced up through the stage. It was a war. police block access to the stadiumAfter an hour of waiting in their barricaded backstage room, armed officers provided an escort back to their hotel. Fans were still fleeing the area, hanging onto passing trucks and running in the streets. It was already evident that only a small group of youths were responsible for sparking the entire incident, and police overreactions fueled the incident to a war-like fiasco. By the end of the evening, an estimated 40 people were injured, 16 arrested, 4 cars vandalized and the Vigorelli Velodromo sustained an enormous amount of damage. With the morning light, local people began understanding the scope of the event.

    Needless to say, Led Zeppelin's first tour of Italy was their last, with the Milan riot marking the worst concert violence of their career

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    9:07

    July 24th 1979 Falkoner Theater Copenhagen, Denmark
    Audience Tapes

    1. The Song Remains the Same
    2. Celebration Day
    3. Black Dog
    4. Nobody's Fault But Mine
    5. Over The Hills and Far Away
    6. Misty Mountain Hop
    7. Since I've Been Loving You
    8. No Quarter
    9. Ten Years Gone
    10. Hot Dog
    11. The Rain Song
    12. White Summer
    13. Kashmir
    14. Trampled Underfoot
    15. Sick Again
    16. Achilles Last Stand
    17. Guitar Solo
    18. In The Evening
    19. Stairway to Heaven
    20. Whole Lotta Love

    In some spots, this show is better than the previous week's, especially in the beginning, which has much energy. But as it progresses it gets sloppy and tentative. Ten Years Gone starts beautifully but progresses to sound hesitant and downright messy. In fact there were some problems with Jones' effect pedals prior to that song. Achilles Last Stand is strong and powerful, as is In The Evening, but Stairway To Heaven sounds rushed, tired, and unenthusiastic. The encore of Whole Lotta Love features a refreshing new arrangement but this concert is filled with contradictions.

    Not quite good evening. The electrical system broke down and delayed the concert two hours, and the show had a absolute bad sound, too loud and distorted.

    But after all: I was there - I have seen Led Zeppelin

    I was there at the concert at falconertheatre In july 24.The sound was terrible the light also everything.But i loved every minute,Plant said too the audience if you think this sucks,You should be here yesterday


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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:11

    1971-09-09 -
    Hampton

    (Soundboard)

    01 - Immigrant Song
    02 - Heartbreaker
    03 - Since I've Been Loving You
    04 - Black Dog
    05 - Dazed and Confused
    06 - Stairway To Heaven
    07 - Celebration Day
    08 - That's The Way
    09 - Going to California
    10 - What Is and What Should Never Be
    11 - Moby Dick


    An incomplete show and all that is known to exist from this show in this fabulous sounding soundboard. An excellent, virtuostic show with Jones in particular shining through! His bass in Heartbreaker and Celebration Day is amazing. Stairway To Heaven is one of the closest to the album version I have heard with a great guitar solo. In the opposite to previous show, tonight the audience is quiet and very polite so Plant did a warm commenatry during an acoustic set: Right, you're sitting down and so are we. Far out! This is the part where we usually ask people to stop falling out of the spotlights for a bit. Fortunately, there's no trouble tonight. High Heeled Sneakers contains only a few lines singing by Plant: Put on your red dress, baby, 'cos we're going out tonight!

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:09

    Tampa
    5/5/73

    Rock and Roll,
    Celebration Day,
    Black Dog,
    Over the Hills and Far Away,
    Misty Mountain Hop,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    No Quarter,
    The Song Remains the Same,
    Rain Song,
    Dazed and Confused
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Moby Dick,
    Heartbreaker,
    Whole Lotta Love (incl. Let That Boy Boogie),
    The Ocean,
    Communication Breakdown.

    I went with some friends that I went to school with, we drove over from Clearwater in a VW that had no radio, but we knew we would have our heads full very soon of music among other things, it was the 70's after all. I cut all the newspaper clipping out and saved them and still have them to this day.

    I was 14 years old in 1973. Nothing was going to stop me from seeing this concert. I dicided to thumb to Tampa from Orlando were I still live. Yeah 14. Never did tell my mom I was sorry. I still think of it as my Woodstock. Re- telling the story with my sons 20,17,16 always gets me a little respect. I left out one little detail I will share with there kids down the road. As I threw my thumb out a car stopped with the occupents also heading to the show. I was nervous. Only to find out they new my older brother. So I road there with them. Invited to the pre concert festivities . After the show they dropped me off at the house instead of the exit I started at.What hell of a good time for a kid. Thanks guys.

    I was in the crowd for the Led Zeppelin show in Tampa, FL, May 1973. I do not remember much of the concert as we got there early in the afternoon, sat on the football field and smoked pot for most of the afternoon, into the evening when the show started. I remember being in the back, up a few steps on a bleecher, and I remember the guitar sounds of Dazed and Confused. That is about it of my memory from that concert. I was attending Florida Institute of Technology, in Melbourne, FL at the time. My friends and I went over to Tampa a week or so earlier and bought a bunch of tickets. Went back to campus and sold them. The day of the concert, I remember we drove a car-caravan across the state to Tampa and into rock history......those were the days.....Thanks!
    Joe

    I had 17 invitations to this concert, but decided to hitch-hike from Orlando with a friend, so I could REALLY enjoy my second Led Zeppelin concert. Tho I will Never, EVER forget either one, the excitement and awe created by the vast number of people who attended--not to mention the astonishment of Led Zeppelin by the amount of people who were there ( I remember Robert Plant mentioning almost like he couldn't believe it the amount of people inside the stadium more than once)---made this THE best concert I ever went to. No matter what, I will always have my wonderful memories of Led Zeppelin--not only did I see them twice (once at the Orlando Sports Stadium); I saw their record-breaking concert in Tampa, on 5 May 1973. (as I remember, there were people outside the stadium as far as you could see who couldn't get in) One band, playing at least 2 1/2 hours, over 56,000 people---they deserve their place in history for that alone!!!!!!

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:50

    June 13, 1972
    Philadelphia, PA US
    Spectrum

    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Black Dog,
    Bring It On Home,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Going to California,
    That's the Way,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    Dazed and Confused,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley).

    Press Review: Led Zeppelins Music Needs the Spectrum
    A lot of people complain about the Spectrum as a place to hear rock music. Much better, they say would be an intimate place where the sound could come through bell-like, unsullied by reverberation off 17,000 people and massive concrete walls.
    The Led Zeppelin concert last night at the big hall, however, pointed up what a fallacy the anti-Spectrum reasoning is, for some groups at least. The histrionics of the band members, the awesome pretension of their loudness and stage antics, made it clear that several elements go into superstar concerts.
    First, of course, is the music. To fill a hall the size of the Spectrum (which last night held 16, 847 persons), huge amplification systems are needed. Every little instrument, even the hi-hat on the drum kit, must have a microphone place next to it.
    What happens then is that a little sound, such as a tambourine being shaken, becomes a mighty apocalyptic noise, louder than if the sky were to fall. Everything, in other words, gets bigger and louder and seemingly more important.Then, the ambience of the hall and the people in it is important. With about 17,000 people on hand, rock-festival-like hassles are inevitable. That sense of hearing the concert, in spite of the surroundings make everything seem that much more delicious.
    And the huge throng, which carpets the mammoth hall, makes demands on the musicians for showmanship and song selection that no one could possibly fulfill.With everything magnified so much the sound by amplification, personal gestures by the necessity to telegraph meaning to an enormous room, audience reaction and demands by the sheer number of people in the hall its no wonder that rock stars have to live lives of overblown profligacy off stage.
    Only the sanest and most secure like George Harrison can keep things at a human level within their aura, and let them blow up to unreal proportions once beyond the stage lip.Led Zeppelin is led by Jimmy Page on guitar. Page is lightning fast and slick as a whistle. And hes inventive too. His interest in the capacity of his instrument was demonstrated last night when he used a violin bow to work an organ-toned sound out of the guitar.
    Pages guitar sound is perfectly matched strangely by vocalist Robert Plant. Sexier on stage than even Mick Jagger, Plant pointed up the complement of his voice and Pages guitar by trading off licks with Page who would play three notes on his guitar and Plant would sing them back.Making up the rest of the group are John Paul Jones on bass and organ and John Bonham on drums. Jones plays a melodic bass, a necessity with an under-instrumented band. Bonham brought down the house with a 20-minute solo that got him so worked up he abandoned the sticks and started beating the drums with his bare hands.
    Zeppelin played for two-and-a-half hours last night, a rarity. But the overall impression was that they sailed flashily and mightily, but failed somehow to engage, working below the level when the brain gears in. (Bulletin W. Mandel, June 1972)

    A very good show with a good versions of Black Dog and Dazed And Confused. What makes this recording very interesting albeit its rather poor quality is a presentation of Bring It On Home, the song that was not played for more than one and a half year! It contains famous battle between Page and Bonham and is possibly the brightest moment of this tape.

    This was the first of two LZ shows I saw at the Specturm, the other being the Physical Graffitti tour. Back in those days, seating wasn't aggressively enforced as it is now. I remember making my way down to the third row, where I sat on the back of an empty chair.
    Toward the middle of the show, that stage hands brought chairs out and set them up near the front of the stage. The band then sat down and played an acoustic set of songs from LZ 3 and LZ 4. It was amazing. I was no more than 15 feet from them as they played songs like That's the Way and Going to California.
    I was 17 at the time, and, at 52, the show is as clear to me now as though it was yesterday. Sure hope they tour again...

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:25

    1970/09/19 : M.S.G., New York City, New York

    September 19, 1970

    Afternoon show:
    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Bring It On Home,
    That's Way,
    Bron-Yr-Aur,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Organ solo / Thank You,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Let That Boy Boogie, For What It's Worth, Honey Bee),
    Communication Breakdown.

    Evening Show:
    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Bring It On Home,
    That's Way,
    Bron-Yr-Aur,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Organ solo / Thank You,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Let That Boy Boogie, Dust My Broom, Bottle Up and Go, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Some Other Guy, Train Kept a Rollin', I'm a King Bee, Baby Don't You Want To Go, C.C. Rider), Out On The Tiles, Communication Breakdown (incl. Gallows Pole), The Girl Can't help It (medley: incl. Talking About You, Twenty Flight Rock),

    Notes:

    The band return from England where they top the Melody Maker Poll Awards, dethroning the Beatles after eight years. A press conference is held the day before the show, with Jimmy Page and Robert Plant speaking to rather mundane reporters.

    Two shows are scheduled: 2pm & 8pm, where Robert Plant also pays tribute to Jimi Hendrix who had just died. The evening's performance is widely considered one of their best ever.

    PRESS REVIEW: With no fatigue showing following a gruelling six-week U.S. tour, Led Zeppelin filled the Garden for their second show. Saturday (19). With a good crowd for the first show, the group grossed over $200,000 and were the only act on the bill, unless you count disk jockey Scott Muni's minimal duties in introducing the group.

    The second concert finished in just under three hours, with no sign of lagging enthusiasm from either audience or group. Drummer John Bonham walked off with the top ovation with his long feature, Out on the Tiles but the difference in the reaction to other members of the group was marginal.
    The group flies off in several directions, covering the progressive and the rock world - Blueberry Hill yet, by Robert Plant. An undoubted assist is Plant's visual appeal which works on the assumption that a moving target is harder to hit.

    This time round, the quartet featured a quiet time with Page doing an acoustic bit and a set with just Plant and John Paul Jones on electric mandolin. (J. RADCILIFFE, SEPT. 1970)
    How Many More Times (medley incl. Cadillac, Blueberry Hill).

    Afternoon show is a strong performance. Before What Is And What Should Never Be Plant paid tribute to Jimi Hendrix who died only one day earlier in Londo: I think it's really hard ever having to say something about something that's quite a delicate point. But yesterday something happened - Jimi Hendrix died and we're all very sorry because he contributed a lot to the current music thing, and we'd like to just hope that everybody thinks it'a a real shame ... Jimi Hendrix! Immigrant Song is playing with fury and led into very heavy version of Heartbreaker. Dazed And Confused follows that and it's another good version. A bit strange organ solo and dramatic Thank You making this show interesting and Bonham's high energic drum solo is very inspired. The Whole Lotta Love medley and agressive Communication Breakdown closed this show but it's nothing when compared to the evening set. This one is a great audience recording for this era of technology, and of Zep live, pleasure to listen to. The performance is definitely a best-of-1970, at outset seems to take a while to get going ... there are some crowd issues, Plant improvises a sit down, sit down lyric for the 1st verse of Dazed And Confused. Bring It On Home is really intense and from this point the band seems to have won the audience over. Since I've Been Loving You has some unique ensemble improv and a great guitar solo. Jonesy is really stretching out in his organ solo, with what sounds like pitch-bending/shifting and the crowd seems to enjoy it. This show's utterly unique Whole Lotta Love does make it a strong holy grail candidate - it even briefly includes The Train Kept A Rollin. Before as song starts, Plant says: What we want to do is try to choose a good number to go on with. Out On The Tiles is a raved-up rhythm move along version and the last time ver when they performed it live! Communication Breakdown includes Gallows Pole verses. Spontaneous Girl Can't Help It, Talking 'Bout You and Twenty Flight Rock encore medley is priceless and we're lucky to have it captured on tape. The band want to keep ensuring that their audience has a good time, so How Many More Times includes another excellent medley of odd tunes. What could we ask for more?

  • Since Ive been lovin You

    9:17

    25th January 1973,
    6th UK Tour
    Music Hall,
    Aberdeen,
    Scotland


    January 25, 1973
    Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
    Aberdeen Music Hall
    Setlist:

    Rock and Roll,
    Over the Hills and Far Away,
    Black Dog,
    Misty Mountain Hop,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Dancing Days,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    The Song Remains the Same,
    Rain Song,
    Dazed and Confused (incl. San Francisco),
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Everybody Needs Someone To Love, Let That Boy Boogie, (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care, Let's Have a Party, Going Down Slow),
    Heartbreaker,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    The Ocean.


    Magic just Magic, no effects or lights as the council failed to deliver so just raw Zeppelin, it was my first concert and it will live with me forever. Magic

    A very good show in the face of rowdy Scottish audience. Good versions of Dazed And Confused and Heartbreaker, with some great guitar work on Black Dog, Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp, The Song Remains The Same and Stairway To Heaven. Also Plant's vocals are solid throughout.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:45

    München 73
    17. März 1973
    München, DE
    Olympia-Halle


    Rock and Roll,
    über die Hügel und weit weg,
    Black Dog,
    Misty Mountain Hop,
    da ich schon seit Loving You, Dancing Days,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    The Song Remains the Same,
    Rain Song,
    Benommen und verwirrt (inkl. . San Francisco),
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Whole Lotta Love (Medley mit. Everybody Needs Someone To Love, Let Das Boy Boogie, (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care, Let's Have a Party, kann ich nicht Quit You Baby),
    Heartbreaker.

    Another absolutely fabulous and exceptional show from the 1973 European Tour ... quite possibly the best Led Zeppelin tour ever! The entire band is playing better than ever before or since, and Jimmy in particular is absolutely incendiary and beyond words. Every song is nailed with amazing playing and Robert's voice for the most part is fairly strong and bursting with passion. Dazed And Confused is one of the best ever and the medley is outstanding. It is getting to be difficult to compare these European concerts ... they are all phenomenal.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:26

    March 27, 1970
    Los Angeles,
    CA US
    The Forum

    We're Gonna Groove,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Heartbreaker,
    Bring It On Home,
    White Summer / Black Mountainside,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Organ solo / Thank You,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    How Many More Times (medley incl. I'm a Man, Boogie Chillum', Bottle Up 'n Go),
    Whole Lotta Love,
    Communication Breakdown.

    This is one of the greatest shows ever! Right from the start this show is special. The band is on and Robert's voice is perfect, controlled and his entire range is used, resulting in one of his finest recorded vocal performances! Good evening. Everybody feel alright? Tonight we intend to get everybody looser than anybody's even been loose ... even with cod liver oil! tells Plant at the beginning of the show. Heartbreaker features some wonderful playing form Jimmy in his solo in the middle but Plant calmed down the audience after the song: The people who are standing in the aisleys, can they sit on the floor or whatever. There's some people behind can't see. So if anybody knows they are obstructing somebody else's view, can they respect that fact or move, then everybody can see! Since I've Been Loving you was dedicated to ...the litttle men with the suits on who keep pushing everybody back down the aisle. It's their big day, y'see. They can't understand it. Plant also humorously intrioduced the band at the beginning of How Many More Times as the four survivors of the Graf Zeppelin, John Bonham as for the benefit if Mr Kite! and Pagey as the man who made rock, rock. After a wild version of that song, the Whole Lotta Love encore features a duel between Jimmy on the Theremin and Jonesy on a heavily distorted organ....simply wild! An announcer informed the crowd about the forthcoming event - Jimi Hendrix on April 25th, 1970.

    Recently returned from Nam, all my friends were talking about the hot new group Led Zeppelin. All it took was hearing the way they layed down the classic blues songs like Since I've Been Loving You to make me a life long fan.
    The concert at the Forum in LA on March 27, !970 was the only opportunity I've had to see them live, but I've always said with pride that I was there and that it was the first official date with my wife of 32 years. I put this concert right up there with my attendance at the farewell performance of Cream tour and the 1967 tour of Pink Floyd.
    If there is any hope in the world of getting tickets to the possible tour later this year or so, I'll for sure be trying my best. Congrats on the reunion on 12-10-08! Your in the love of great music, John Kayser

    Zeppelin created more frenzy at the Forum than any group Ive seen since the Stones appearance last year. At the end of the evening, hundreds had pushed their way into the aisles near the stage and thousands of others were standing in rhythm to the music.

    The concert, which had been sold out for weeks, showed that Led Zeppelin is largely trying to recreate the sounds that have dominated English blues-rock in recent years.

    Appearing without any support act, the group was onstage from 8:45 to 11:15pm. Like the Stones, they have a gyrating lead singer in Robert Plant and their best received songs have bawdy, under-the-counter lyrics. (LA Times, March 1970)

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    9:02

    April 28, 1977
    Cleveland, OH US
    Richfield Coliseum

    The Song Remains The Same,
    (The Rover intro) Sick Again,
    Nobody's Fault But Mine,
    In My Time of Dying,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    No Quarter,
    Ten Years Gone,
    Battle of Evermore,
    Going to California,
    Black Country Woman,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    White Summer ~ Black Mountainside,
    Kashmir, (Out On the Tiles intro)
    Moby Dick,
    Jimmy Page solo,
    Achilles Last Stand,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Rock and Roll,
    Trampled Underfoot.

    While JP may think that Zeppelin was at their very best in '72 (remarks concerning How the West Was Won), it's hard to believe that they could have been as good as this night in Cleveland thirty years ago. I got my ticket by fixing a friend's car at The College of Wooster where we were freshmen. As was probably always the case, there was no warmup band and I think Zeppelin finally made it on stage at least an hour and a half after the advertised starting time. The wait was worth every minute!

    I can only say that the electricity in the Richfield Coliseum that night was unlike anything I had experienced at any other concert, ever. The band had such a presence that it was hard to describe it in everyday, worldly terms. They were rather, well, unworldly in their stage presence. Years later, having seen most of the big hard rock acts from that era, I can say that Zeppelin was at a level above all others. I've seen the Stones, Aerosmith, Rush, Deep Purple, BOC, Skynyrd, Eagles, Foreigner, Van Halen, etc., etc., etc. and none compared, though all were awesome.

    I'm thrilled that the boys are talking about taking the stage again! My 25-year-old son says he can't wait because he wants to pay homage to the kings. It says something when your art reaches that far through time.

    I'll never forget the day Zeppelin came to the Richfield Ohio.
    I bought all the tickets for my friends and supplied the weed.
    We had poor seats behind the stage, but the presence of being there overwhelmed us all.
    I was only 17years old and we had to hitch hike home to Cleveland down route 303.
    I ordered tickets for the 1980 tour, but that concert never came. I still have the newspaper ad of the news of John's B. death. I still have my albums of Zeppelin including a physical graffiti 4 album set with no words on the label of side 3.
    I grew up on LZ and lived my life with LZ.
    Thank You Led Zeppelin, for all your wisdom and life experiences though your music.
    I want to have a party at my funnel with your music playing and all the free booze and weed.
    In my time of dying take my body home.
    You guys are the greatest ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Im 47 years old now and still crank it loud when your music comes on. I always dreamt of meeting the band and having my picture taken with you guys. I would frame it and hang it on my living room wall for all to see! ROCK ON ZEPPELIN

    I have many photos from this show as I was sitting about three rows to the right of the stage. It was also my audience recording that be came the original destroyer four album set on smiling ears records.

    I was there also. I remember buying ticket from a very unlikely source...an older lady at work told me her son had an extra ticket and he would sell it for the price of a bag of weed. At the time that meant $15!!! I went all by myself even though it was kind of scary but I met up with lots of people that I knew and I felt like I was at one big family reunion!! I really miss the Coliseum as I saw alot of great shows there. But this was truly a night to remember. I hope the band sees their way to going on tour again in the United States. This time my sons want to come along!!!




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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:58

    Led Zeppelin - 1971-11-16 Ipswich Date: 16er November 1971, 5th. UK Tour Venue: St. Mathew´s Bath, Ipswich, England, UK Label: Gusto, Gallows Pool Sound: Mono -Aud 7 - 8 Another set of odd encores. Ours is not to reason why, i guess. I ain't complaining. Immigrant Song Heartbreaker Black Dog Since I've Been Loving You Rock And Roll Stairway To Heaven Going To California That's The Way Tangerine Dazed And Confused What Is And What Should Never Be Celebration Day Whole Lotta Love Weekend Gallows Pole Type &fmt=18 at the end of the URL for high quality sound and pix!

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:56

    July 29, 1973
    New York, NY US
    Madison Square Garden

    01. Rock And Roll (4:34)
    02. Celebration Day (3:55)
    03. Black Dog (6:25)
    04. Over The Hills And Far Away (6:59)
    05. Misty Mountain Hop (4:56)
    06. Since I've Been Loving You (8:55)
    07. No Quarter (14:10)
    08. The Song Remains The Same (6:06)
    09. The Rain Song (9:38)
    10. Dazed And Confused (32:07)
    11. Stairway To Heaven (12:29)
    12. Moby d*** (28:13)
    13. Heartbreaker (7:46)
    14. Whole Lotta Love (23:16)
    15. The Ocean (5:02)
    16. Organ Solo / Thank You (12:08


    The final New York show and the last concert of the 1973 Tour. The opening numbers are just powered through and Jimmy's playing is spectacular! I gotta put you straight on a couple of things. This year in America we decided to work extra hard, so we did two tours and this is the last night of the last tour. stated Plant at the beginning of the concert. Jones is excellent on bass and turns in some great keyboard playing, especially on No Quarter. Dazed And Confused is an excellent version and by Stairway To Heaven, the band has left mere mortal status. Moby Dick is immensely long and rather boring but from Heartbreaker to the end, there is a riot that has the crowd, as well as the listener, in an absolute frenzy ... the music's that good!

    Well the Band seems Rejuvinated as they were Awesome.Me on the other hand I am worn out but I still manage to make it and survive Teresa and another Awesome show .This one is closer to the New Orleans show to me but My seats were not nearly as good as they had been the previous nights.I wanted to sneak down lower but Uncle said know afraid I would be lost in New York little old country bunkin me from little ole New Orleans LA.The Pot Smoke was worse up top so I think I had a contact High HA .When my uncle left the Couple next to us let us have a couple of quick hits of of one of thier joints Thank God for small favors.Oh yes guess what our wheels were a 1971 GTO Man that Car was fast.Rest in Peace Uncle Darrell Love YA Thanks for letting us stay for the encores.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:26

    January 14, 1973
    Liverpool, UK
    Liverpool Empire

    Rock and Roll,
    Over the Hills and Far Away,
    Black Dog,
    Misty Mountain Hop,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Dancing Days,
    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,
    The Song Remains the Same,
    Rain Song,
    Dazed and Confused (incl. San Francisco),
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Everybody Needs Someone To Love,
    Let That Boy Boogie,
    (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care, Let's Have a Party,
    I Can't Quit You Baby,
    Going Down Slow),
    Heartbreaker,
    The Ocean.

    An excellent show, even though Robert's voice is severely damaged by the flu. The band is on fire here though! Dazed And Confused has some truly savage playing and the rhythm section owns this show, even though Jimmy plays very well too, especially on the last three numbers. A complete soundboard show except for Rock And Roll missing as the first song ... Robert's voice is gone but this is a really great instrumental concert.

    I was there. I was in my last year of school and queued up with friends from 6.am to get the £1 tickets. I remember the crush into the box office was ridiculous. The show started at 7 and we all thought they would never start on time so got there a few minutes late and they were on stage already! My seat was in the mid-stalls towards the left-hand side. They were'nt that loud (unlike Rainbow who were deafening). The crowd were ecstatic - one girl in front of me spent most of the gig screaming 'Robert Plant Marry Me' - which seemed more like something you would shout at a Bay City Rollers concert than a Zep gig. I was stunned by the event and the overall impression of the music and the performance and actually cannot remember much about individual songs - being high just to be there. Funny - this is exactly how I felt standing a similar distance away from the stage at the Ahmut Ertugen gig in December - nothing changes then.

    I was there too. I remember queing for the tickets months before the date of the gig and the que stretching around the back of the theatre and continuing up London Road. My mate Alan and I joined the que at the back of the Empire at 7am eventually getting our tickets in the early afternoon.
    I seem to recall that the band opened with 'Black Dog' which lives with me to this day as iconic of my Led Zep experience, I was 14 years old at the time.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    10:03

    1972-05-28 Brussels, Belgium
    Led Zeppelin
    City: Brussels
    Country: Belgium
    Venue: Voorst National
    Source: Aud
    SQ: 8/10

    Mp3 @ 256 kbps

    Disc 1:
    01. Immigrant Song
    02. Heartbreaker
    03. Black Dog
    04. Since I've Been Loving You
    05. Stairway To Heaven
    06. Going To California
    07. That's The Way
    08. Bron-Y-Aur-Stomp

    Disc 2:
    01. Dazed and Confused
    02. What Is And What Should Never Be
    03. Whole Lotta Love

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:57

    March 27, 1973
    Nancy, FR
    Parc des Expositions

    Rock and Roll,
    Over the Hills and Far Away,
    Black Dog,
    Misty Mountain Hop,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    The Song Remains the Same,
    Rain Song,
    Dazed and Confused ,
    Stairway to Heaven,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Everybody Needs Someone To Love, Let That Boy Boogie, (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care, Let's Have a Party, I Can't Quit You Baby).

    Another great discovery, especially for Bonham fans, who seems to be waging all out war against his drum kit. Sadly, Dancing Days and Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp were dropped out from this show.

    C soir là,j'y etais ce fut une de mes plus belles soirées de ma vie.Malgré l'énorme charpente métallique,ou était suspendu des fans,le son fut tout de meme convenable.J'ai toujours ce son du départ du concert,gravé bien au fond de ma mémoire,il tape et tape sur ces caisses un son dur c'est rock n roll ,led zepp est pour moi dans mon trio de groupes préfères avec deep purple et who.

    Salut
    J'ai lu ton comentaire sur le site de Led Zeppelin lors de leur passage en France en 1973.
    Je suis de Lyon et la veille j'étais présent aussi à Lyon pour leur concert.
    Memorable ! une chance inoui que beaucoup de jeunes nous envient.
    Je suis ausi fan de Deep Purple et des Who.
    D'ailleurs Deep Purple passait en concert aussi dans cette période en France et je les ai vu également en 1973 avant Led Zep.
    Ce fut mon premier concert Rock j'avais 19 ans.
    Ce fut la meilleur epoque pour la musique au monde!
    Amitiés et que Dieu te préserve ta mémoire !
    Et que la chance fasse que Led Zep refasse une tournée !
    Aldo

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