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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.

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  • Led Zeppelin - Since Ive Been Loving You Live

    8:03

    From The Live-DVD The Song Remains The Same

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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

  • Corinne Bailey Rae - Since Ive Been Loving You

    5:31

    Music video by Corinne Bailey Rae performing Since I've Been Loving You (Live At St Luke's).

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

    7:20

    1994 Live with the Egyptian Ensemble and the London Metropolitan Orchestra

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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

    ℗ 2008 Dualtone Music Group, Inc.

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  • Alexander Oneal- Since Ive Been Lovin You

    4:01

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  • 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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  • Live at Moods: Bilal

    6:43

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  • Led Zeppelin Knebworth 1979 - Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:56

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

  • The Embers featuring Craig Woolard - Since I Been Lovin You

    4:11

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  • Modern Soul - Alexander ONeal - Since Ive Been Lovin You - 1993

    3:56

    .By the time 80's soul singer Alexander O'Neal's last album for the Tabu label ''Love Makes No Sense'' was released, his commercially successful Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis period was waining.
    This album however allowed him a certain amount of artist freedom and resulted in this classic piece of throwback modern soul, here set to another sun-up in 1960's Watts and the wonderful, untangled world of a US teenager in love.

  • CORINNE BAILY RAE - Since Ive Been Lovin You

    4:40

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  • Bare Bones Boogie Band - Led Zeppelins - Since Ive Been Lovin You - Lyrics .

    7:18

    Bare Bones Boogie Band playing at the Nags Head in High Wycombe on 14th December 2010 at the music pubs regular weekly Tuesday blues night . This number , Since I've Been Loving You by Page, Plant, Jones , with excellent stripped down, no nonsense, rock 'n' blues 'n' boogie Band Members Helen Turner (Vox) Iain Black (Guitar) Trev Turley (Bass) Andy Jones (Drums) The best local music guide More vids from Trevor

    Since I've been loving you lyrics. Led Zeppelin .

    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, I'm in love with you, girl, little girl.
    But baby, Since I've Been Loving You, yeah. I'm about to lose my worried mind, ah, 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, drag, drag, drag..
    Lord, yeah, that ain't right... no no
    Since I've Been Loving You, I'm about to lose my worried mind.
    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 them, 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, I hear my back door slam,
    You know I must have one of them new fangled, new fangled back doors man.
    I've been working from seven, seven, seven, to eleven every night and It kinda makes my life a drag...
    a drag, drag, oh yeah it makes a drag.
    Baby, Since I've Been Loving You, I'm about to lose, I'm about lose lose my worried mind.
    Just One more, Just One more
    Oh yeah, since I've Been Loving You, I'm gonna lose my worried mind.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:21

    Japan

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

    8:00

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    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

    8:55

    San Diego
    California
    San Diego Sports Arena
    1973

    Source: Soundboard


    01. Rock and Roll
    02. Celebration Day
    03. Black Dog
    04. Over The Hills and Far Away
    05. Misty Mountain Hop
    06. Since I've Been Loving You
    07. No Quarter
    08. The Song Remains the Same
    09. The Rain Song
    01. Moby Dick
    02. Stairway to Heaven
    03. Heartbreaker
    04. Whole Lotta Love
    05. The Ocean

    The culmination of all rock n roll of a decade appears to have occurred with Led Zeppelin and the crowning achievement capable of its star instrument, the guitar, seems to be the possession of Jimmy Page, the British groups leader, if such there be.

    Appearing Monday night in the Sports Arena before a sold-out house of 16,000 persons who began to gather outside the entrances at noon, Led Zep attested to all praises that have preceded its performance here, namely sold-out concerts all around the country and gold record sales that continue to mount.

    This show is something like a group's attempt to returning to a good form but still the band is little loose. Page flubs twice during the last part of Black Dog, repeating the bum note to make it seem intentional after the first mistake, then bursting with another flurry of notes, as he attempts the end the song a second time. No Quarter is a really nice version here and Jonesy is in peak form tonight playing some really interesting jazzy notes. Curiously, Moby Dick is played right after Dazed And Confused and Plant introduces Bonzo as something the people in China and Korea are never gonna see; something the people in Russia will never get a chance to look at; a gentleman full of shit and speed. Unfortunately, Jimmys guitar goes mute, leaving Jonsey and Bonzo alone. After some fun during Heartbreaker, as the boys chase each other around, perhaps the highlight of this set follows. After the theremin madness, Jones launches into a bit of The Crunge, but its ignored by Page. Plant then sings a bit of Honey Bee, answered by a flurry of buzzing notes from Page, circa 1970! After that brief interlude, and a tease of one night. from Plant, Page answers with notes from Going Down. Plant and company pick up on this and the band launches into a full version of the song, complete with solo, a real rarity during the more static shows of the 1973 US Tour. A rousing version of The Ocean closes out the show.

    I REMEMBER WHEN WE GOT TOTHE SPORTS ARENA, THERE WERE FANS ALL OVER THE PLACE.WE HAD PUFFED HASH OILERS&GREASERS BEFORE THE SHOW.THEY HAD TO LET EVERYONE IN BY 3PM. IT WAS GENERAL ADMISSION AND WE GOT THE FRONT ROW SEATS. WHEN ZEPP CAME ON, I COULD'NT BELIEVE HOW LOUD IT WAS. THE BLOUSE THAT ROBERT PLANT WORE THAT NIGHT,I'VE NEVER SEEN HIM WEAR IT SINCE. IT WAS A DARK GREEN SEE-THRU SILKY TOP. IF ANYONE HAS PHOTO'S OF THAT SHOW, PLEASE POST, AS I HAVE ALWAYS DUG THAT TOP ROBERT WORE. TO THIS DAY THAT SHOW HAS ALWAYS STUCK IN MY MEMORY OF HOW LUCKY WE WERE TO GET TO WITNESS SUCH A POWERFUL PERFORMANCE, AND HOW MANY SONGS THEY PLAYED. I ALSO REMEMBER BEFORE THE SHOW, FOR ALMOST 3 HOURS, WE HEARD THE SAME SONG OVER AND OVER BY THE DOOBIE BROTHERS= LISTEN TO THE MUSIC. THAT WAS THE ONLY SONG THAT WAS PLAYED BEFORE ZEPP CAME OUT THEY STILL RULE

    This was my very first rock concert. I stood 10 feet away from Jimmy Page and was awestruck!
    I thought to myself This is what I want to do - play the guitar!
    That night was pure magic! This was Led Zeppelin at the height of their dynasty. Robert's vocals were amazing, Page was brilliant! Jonesy was tight and Bonzo was in rare form!
    Best show ever....

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:48

    September 11, 1971
    Rochester, NY US
    War Memorial Auditorium


    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),
    Organ solo / Thank You.

    Quite a mixed performance. In one place the band rocks really but on another they seems to be tired or bored with the atmosphere a bit I think. Some really good playing duirng Dazed And Confused and the medley. Robert aked the audience to be back in one point and it's obvious he was scared after Boston and New York riots.

    sent away for tickets about 2 month's early...got 4th row center and as i recall they cost six bucks each....i remember swallowing something in the parking lot and left rochester for the next 4 hours....the greatest rock concert i've ever been to....by far!!!! evey other concert i saw palled by comparison...i remember robert tossing his head back and his long hair seemed to flow forever...jimmy broke a string on a song and the roadie strung it kneeling in front of him as jimmy just kept playing his solo...during the solo jimmy worked tuning that string into the solo and never missed a beat.......i realized that thebig b drove that band to places no other band could ever go!!! amazing but then robert told us that this next song is from a forthcoming lp.......imagine being in the 4th row...in an altered state and hearing stairway for the first time ever!!! it still gives me chills to think about it!!! by the time Zep played the encore Thank You....everyone in the aud was weeping and filed out in a daze.....as me and my 5 buddies drove back to Buffalo we knew we had just witnessed something unbelievable.......although time has taken it's toll on some and i've lost track of others....when i do see them we always talk of this night and what we had the priviledge to witness!!!!! all we can say is......Thank You

    I attended this concert, and I will never forget it. The acid was delicious, and the company screamed hippie!! I remember I took a pair of my Fathers expensive binoculars (without his permission), and left them at the War memorial. Dad never missed them!!

    I will swear on my life that they played Gallows Pole@ this concert and it was incredible...

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You ~ Stairway to Heaven

    10:00

    Nassau Coliseum, NY
    june -15, 1972.

    AUD

    Disc 1.
    1.Immigrant Song
    2.Heartbreaker
    3.Blackdog
    4.Since I've Been Loving You
    5.Stairway To Heaven
    6.Going To California
    7.That's The Way
    8.Tangerine
    9.Bron-Y-Aur-Stomp

    Disc 2.
    1.Dazed And Confused
    2.What Is And What Should Never Be
    3.Moby Dick
    4.Whole Lotta Love Medley

    Another wild and excellent show the night after! The band is just perfect; everyone came to play! Jones and Bonham play some amazing lines behind Jimmy in one of the best versions of Dazed And Confused from the tour! During Heartbreak Hotel many members of the audience started some movement and the authorities raised the house lights so they could check what's going on. The Whole Lotta Love medley is long and wonderful and Robert's voice is at its most pristine throughout this show.


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  • SCHOOL OF ROCK MEMPHIS SINCE IVE BEEN LOVIN YOU

    6:56

    SCHOOL OF ROCK MEMPHIS covers SINCE I'VE BEEN LOVIN YOU Recorded at NEWBY'S on February 25, 2017.

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    8:08

    Led Hed At Gaspar's Grotto 9-21-13

  • Jimmy Page and Robert Plant

    7:52

    Jimmy Page and Robert Plant ( Chile ) - Since i ve been lovin you (AUDIO)

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:51

    Poor sound on this one Ladies and Gents

    May 16, 1973
    Houston, TX US
    Sam Houston Coliseum


    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 (incl. I'm Going Down, Let That Boy Boogie),
    Communication Breakdown.

    This was the second time I had seen Led Zeppelin. They put on a great show as usual even though Robert Plant seemed under the weather. He was having trouble hitting the higher notes that night but he still sounded great. My favorite Rock & Roll band by far.

    One word describes this show...violent! The band's playing and attack is relentlessly aggressive ... listen to No Quarter, Dazed And Confused, Heartbreaker ... they are pushing everything to the limit. The vibrant, overloading recording only helps to emphasize this quality ... this is a great show; Robert really pushes himself to the max with the rest of the band. Misty Mountain Hop was tonight introduced as a song about what happens when you take a stroll on a Sunday afternnon with a packet of cigarette papers and some good grass and ... I'm not advocating it ... just telling the story!

  • ALEXANDER ONEAL - Since Ive Been Lovin You

    4:01

    Modern Soul from Alex and his 93' album titled ''Love Makes No Sense''

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    9:33

    1971-03-06
    Dublin,
    Ireland
    National Stadium
    Sq: 6-7/10 (After the cut it runs really fast)



    01. Intro
    02. Immigrant Song
    03. Heartbreaker
    04. Since I've Been Loving You
    05. Black Dog (Listen to Plant, wow)
    06. Stairway To Heaven
    07. Dazed and Confused
    08. Going To California
    09. What Is And What Should Never Be
    10. Moby Dick
    11. Whole Lotta Love
    12. Communication Breakdown
    13. C'mon Everybody (Fragment cut)
    14. Rock and Roll


    The visit of a band of the stature of Led Zeppelin is rare in Dublin, so it was not surprising that last week the National Stadium, normally a venue for amateur boxing tournaments, was packed with 3,000 Irish progressive music fans.

    Led Zeppelin were playing the second concert of their current British tour after a three month lay-off for recording work and having played a sensational concert the night before in Belfast, came south and proceeded to whip up the Dublin fans into a cheering, stamping, throbbing mass. The standing ovation started long before the show was over, and at the end Zeppelin had to come back for several encores before they could get away.

    Zeppelin are the heaviest and loudest group yet heard in Dublin, and the huge banks of amplifiers and speakers pushed out a fantastic wrap-around volume.

    Their performance comprised of material from their previous three albums. There was a bit of confusion at the start over what they were going to play. We had a list on a piece of toilet paper, explained Robert Plant, But I think its been used.
    However, once under way Led Zeppelin cruised through the evening without much trouble. Jimmy Page played some excellent guitar throughout; including a clever piece of work with a violin bow during Dazed and Confused, and John Bonham own huge applause for his drum solo during Moby Dick.

    The place really erupted when Zeppelin went into Whole Lotta Love, which had been shouted for from the start of the show and many of the fans were standing on their seats waving their arms and cheering for the duration of the number.
    Stairway to Heaven was one of the new numbers which starts off in a relaxed way and builds up into heavy rock. Page switched to a twin-necked guitar with six and twelve strings and featured some nice finger style work in the introduction.

    Another new number from the upcoming fourth album was Going to California, with John Paul Jones on mandolin and Page on acoustic guitar. With Plant on vocals, which provided an ear-resting contrast to the remainder of the programme.
    California showed an influence that may come from Robin Williamson and Mike Heron, and on their next album this could well be known as Led Zeppelins Incredible string band.

    The last part of the concert was given over to a mixture of old and new rock with items like Suzie Q, Sugar Mama, Lemon Song, Thats Alight Mama and Cmon Everybody all following in quick succession.
    It raised the excitement to fever pitch and the short-haired, grey-suited officials of the National Stadium gave up trying to make the people sit down and instead arranged themselves along the front of the stage in case of a possible riot. However, it all finished peaceably and 3,000 fans went off into the night more than satisfied with this tremendous concert.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:01

    February 28, 1970
    Copenhagen, DK
    K. B. Hallen


    Dazed and Confused,
    Heartbreaker,
    White Summer / Black Mountainside,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Organ solo / Thank You,
    Moby Dick,
    How Many More Times
    Whole Lotta Love,
    Communication Breakdown,
    C'mon Everybody,
    Something Else,
    Bring It On Home,
    Long Tall Sally.

    Led Zeppelin are billed as The Nobs, due to an irate relative of the Zeppelin airship family, Eva Von Zeppelin, who threatens to sue the group if they use their name in her home country.

    Jimmy Page: Then we shall call ourselves The Nobs when we go to Copenhagen, the whole thing is absurd. The first time we played we invited her backstage to meet us, to see how we were nice young lads. We calmed her down but on leaving the studio, she saw our LP cover of an airship in flames and she exploded! I had to run and hide. She just blew her top. (Melody Maker)

    Another excellent early 1970 show ... the concert is complete except for the first two songs missing from the tape, but those are not available anywhere. Jimmy's playing is out of this world on Dazed And Confused and Heartbreaker, but this show belongs to the rhythm section! Jones and Bonham are simply amazing throughout. A nice batch of encores after the great How Many More Times Medley, including two great Eddie Cochran songs ... Before the last encore Plant said to the audience: We'd like to say thank you very much for receiving us back again, after last time we came here with Country Joe And The Fish. We've gotta say that I don't think we've changed much, but an incredible change in playing. We'd like to dedicate this to the wonderful clubs in Copenhagen, and until we come back again this is how we'd like you to remember us.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You ~ What Is And What Should Never Be

    9:55

    September 6, 1970
    Honolulu, HI US
    International Center Arena

    Immigrant Song,
    Dazed and Confused,
    Heartbreaker,
    Bring It On Home,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    What Is and What Should Never Be,
    Moby Dick,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Let That Boy Boogie, I'm Movin' On, Some Other Guy),
    Communication Breakdown.

    Two shows scheduled: 7pm / 10:30pm

    Press Review: Times have been good to Led Zeppelin. They are making both good money and good music. If their heavy sound has gotten too much for you, rejoice. It has had the same effect on them and they are back into more acoustical material. They did some material from the third album which has for or five acoustical numbers. Both Jimmy Page and Robert Plant are more relaxed and human now. The first concert had them being pretty much concerned with being rock stars, but that is over now. Plant seemed especially perceptive about what was going on around him. He stopped the show twice for emergencies, something ehich they probably would not have done the first time they were here (last year). (Honolulu Advertiser, 9/7/70)

    A very incomplete set that is dominated by the amazing voice of Robert Plant! The band plays exceptionally well but Robert blows everything off the stage with his amazing voice! Jones leads the group right into Dazed And Confused after Immigrant Song, causing a spontaneous change in the set list. What am I doing said Plant after the song and he intrioduced the next one: This is one from the second album. It's about a mean woman - as they usually are! and Heartbreaker was performed as well. This version is awesome and the Whole Lotta Love Medley is great. Some equipment problems plagues the show what caused Robert to quite funny commentary: The group's been renaimed The Box Of Tricks - 'cos we don't know what these things really are, but they come with us everywhere we go. This is not a much better show than the one two nights before, but has a quite different mood and is loaded with guts, power, and shorter, more focused versions of the songs. During acoustic set someone had a seizure. There were also a few problems with fighting between fans and the show was stopped for awhile. We don't know from which show exactly this recording comes from.

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  • Since ive been lovinyou solo cover by Samuel Lippolis

    1:25

    Hi!
    one of my favourite song of led zeppelin !
    a little solo cover of this song with my sensitivity.
    enjoy !

  • Since Ive been lovin you 2010 Led Zeppelin live By Rangzen

    6:49

    On 22th of july 2010 Rangzen performed a Led Zeppelin tribute on Parco Summer Savignano Italy- This is one of our favourite song by Led Zeppelin
    Since I've been lovin' you-

  • THE STARES Since Ive Been Lovin You

    5:15

    In the last century I did a fair bit of volunteer work with Cablenet, learning as much as I could about production and what went into the making of a television show. Being in the park today reminded me of a show I worked on in the nineties–sometimes as a Director, sometimes as a Switcher in the mobile production truck–called Music In The Park. It was a great way to spend the lunch-hour–by the fountain in front of City Hall, people-watching and listening to, filming and broadcasting live music. We usually had two or three cameras and could easily switch angles and viewpoints, blending scenes seamlessly. Glorious!

    Alas, that is not so with only one camera but, still, what a pleasure to see and hear The Stares here today! When they launched into my fav Led Zeppelin song I had to do the best I could to capture for posterity. I love their version!

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:36

    December 2, 1971
    Bournemouth, UK
    Starkers Royal Ballroom

    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, Rock and Roll,
    Whole Lotta Love (medley incl. Bottle Up and Go, Heartbeat, Hello Mary Lou, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, I Can't Quit You Baby), Communication Breakdown (incl. Turn On Your Lovelight),
    Weekend, It'll Be Me.

    I was a 14 year old school girl desperate to get close to Robert Plant. We bought a bottle of Leibfraumilch for £2 to drink there. There weren't any seats there and you could get right up to the stage. Robert shared the bottle with us and we were in heaven!

    Oh yeah and the music was amazing!

    This show equals the other shows on this short tour of the UK. Dazed And Confused is another winner, with another version of the theme from Shaft (we thus have three now), which served as a precursor to The Crunge in 1972 and the funk part of the piece in 1973 onwards. The Whole Lotta Love medley is also very inspired. Truckin' Little Mama was obviously thrown in by Robert and the rest of the band scramble to follow along. Half way through Rock And Roll Robert Plant is left without any musical backup and sings a few notes alone. This was due to equipment failure. A couple of great encores closing this recording.

  • Since Ive Been lovin You

    9:19

    January 27, 1973
    Dundee,
    Scotland,
    Caird Hall

    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,
    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,
    Communication Breakdown.

    Robert Plant's voice was recovering from a bit of a cold he had caught in Aberdeen a few days earlier. Jimmy Page was strutting about the stage Chuck Berry style unlike the 1971 concert in Dundee when he wandered about the stage just playing - rather brilliantly. Robert Plant recalled the troubles at the 71 concert. Good concert but nothing like the 71 evening.

    I think this is a much better show than previous one with exceptional playing throughout. The Whole Lotta Love Medley contains some nice improvisations and a small snippet of Ramble On, the song which was never played in its entirety.


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    2:36

    Impro on the groovy Led Zep backing track. Nothing serious. Road Worn Fender strat + Blues Junior + TS9.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:57

    Birmingham
    17th December 1972

    (49:08)
    Misty Mountain Hop (fades in; claps more audible for 11 sec beginning 1:30 as if mic/recorder lowered),
    Since Ive Been Loving You (crowd chatter, loud [non-digital] clicks),
    Dancing Days,
    Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp (cut and mic rubs prior to beginning),
    The Song Remains The Same,
    Rain Song,
    Dazed and Confused (includes Rolling and Tumbling and San Francisco) (fades out at 11:36)

    The Birmingham source is about 50 minutes long. It begins during the first verse of Misty Mountain Hop and runs through the first 11 minutes of DaC. The recording is very good, one of the better audience tapes from the tour. MMH contains some strange noise in the middle, as if the taper was using his mic to clap along. A lazily brilliant SIBLY also has some pops and flutters which sound specific to the tape. These minor problems continue to a lesser degree. The five middle songs are complete, and every piece is very well performed. It is a great shame that Dazed is so truncated, as it's a goodie. San Francisco is complete. Plant's voice is decent for the period. A quiet and cool atmosphere yields minimal audience noise. I have not heard Tarantura's Four Cards of last year, so I can't compare versions.

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    6:54

    Mid-South Coliseum,
    Memphis, TN -
    April 17th, 1970



    Opening announcements
    We're Gonna Groove
    Dazed & Confused
    Heartbreaker
    Bring It On Home
    White Summer / Black Mountain Side
    Since I've Been Loving You
    organ solo
    Thank You
    What Is And What Should Never Be
    Moby Dick
    How Many More Times (Bolero, The Hunter, Boogie Chillun', Cumberland Gap, Memphis Tennessee, Ramble On, Tobacco Road, Mess O'Blues, Thats Alright)
    Whole Lotta Love
    closing announcements

    Sound 6/10


    The tape for Zeppelin's only show in Memphis on their spring, 1970 tour is a good, almost complete mono audience recording. The taper hits the pause button between all of the songs to save tape but this also eliminates Plant's between song talking. It is a shame since according to him they have been wanting to play in Memphis since before we were born and it would have been great to hear his reaction to playing in the birthplace of rock and roll. The tape first surfaced with two tracks on the well-known Maui Wowie (ML-006/7) hoax on the Missing Link label along with the September 19th afternoon tape from New York being passed off as a Hawaii tape. The first releases of the complete concert were on two releases from the mid nineties Memphis (NEP-001/2) on Neptune and Memphis 1970 on Zoso. Most recent release was on Memphis Underground on Magnificent Disc (MD-7001 A/B). The short lived label tried to improve the tape through excessive remastering but managed to ruin it with the crunchy metallic sound smudging the music and creating an unbearable mess. Empress Valley, on the simply titled Memphis Tennessee 1970, also improved the sound quality but without the effects of past labels and have produced a very nice version.

    The only defect found on this release is the left channel disappearing during White Summer. It reappears again six minutes into the track, but its presence is a strange. Overall this is one of the best concerts played on this spring tour. Empress Valley kept the taper's introduction about going to the Zeppelin concert and this is followed by a DJ speaking about giving away an autographed copy of their albums before the band hit the stage. We're Gonna Groove is the opener and t he band hit a slower, funky groove in the middle of the song. I Can't Quit You was played as a second song on the opening dates but had been dropped by this time and they follow with Dazed & Confused. Heartbreaker includes the spacey introduction. White Summer is more than twelve minutes long and is a masterpiece. It includes versions of Bron-Y-Aur as well as the strumming that can be heard in the Bron-Y-Aur cottage demos as well as t he descending riff from Kashmir at 11:20 into the piece. Jones' organ solo before Thank You is a bit different in Memphis. He plays the ice-skating rink music before getting into a bit of a Dieterich Buxtehude style sonata before leading the band into Thank You. The tape shows some signs of deterioration during that track.

    How Many More Times is very long in this show and contains their only known version of Memphis Tennessee in celebration of playing there. Mess O' Blues, which was also played in Florida on this tour, will be a regular inclusion in the 1971 Whole Lotta Love medleys. The song is halted several times for Plant to calm the audience down and begging them to not stand on the chairs in order to save Grant from being shot! A surreal version of Whole Lotta Love is the encore and the tape ends with the taper recording his closing comments about the greatest concert he has ever seen. As good and clear as this tape is, it really makes one wish a better and more complete recording were to surface someday to truly enjoy it. The artwork is very simple yet effective with several photos from the actual tour. It is printed on regular dull paper instead of the glossy paper usually utilized by this label giving this a common and austere look but also very attractive. This release, along with Just The Crowd And... and Young Person's Guide, are from a more budget conscious Empress Valley. The label had a similar conscious several years ago by releasing some titles with the Lifetime Achievement sticker at a reduced price and have occasionally issued titles that are priced to own. Given the affordability of this release and the scarcity of good releases of this tape Memphis Tennessee 1970 is recommended. (GS)

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  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:37

    June 18, 1972
    Seattle, WA US
    Seattle Center Coliseum


    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Black Dog,
    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).


    A gig in Vancouver was originally scheduled for this date, but was cancelled by Vancouver city council. An announcement in the local newspaper read:

    Due to a freeze on rock concerts in Vancouver, Led Zeppelin announces that a second show will be held in the Seattle Coliseum, this Sunday at 8:00 p.m. This is a make-up for the City of Vancouver and all its Led Zeppelin fans. Tickets for the cancelled Vancouver show will be honoured at the Seattle Coliseum. So come on down and experience a killer of a show.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:25

    Audio Test # 1

    Bristol
    Jan 8th
    1970

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    7:22

    Belfast
    IE Ulster Hall
    5/3/71

    01: Immigrant Song
    02: Heartbreaker
    03: Since I've Been Loving You
    04: Black Dog
    05: Dazed And Confused
    06: Stairway To Heaven
    07: Going To California
    08: What Is And What Should Never Be
    01: Moby Dick
    02: Whole Lotta Love
    03: Communication Breakdown
    04: Rock And Roll
    05: Bring It On Home

    The band debut a number of songs from their upcoming Fourth Album, including the first public performance of Black Dog, Stairway to Heaven, Going to California and Rock and Roll.

    i was 16 zeppelin were my god;s unless u were there it is hard to describe fantastic is not good enough; i was lucky to get to stage door;s and got their autograph;s ; it was a night i have or never will forget i was on the stairway to heaven

    In 1971 I was 16 and fond of Simon and Garfunkel and West Coast bands such as Crosby Stills, I had never been to a rock concert the previous highlight having been The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem with my aunt two years previously! There wasn't alot happening in Belfast around that time as the troubles were kicking in big time. I'd just bought Zeppelin 2 a month prior to the concert, I didn't get a ticket but went down to the Ulster Hall with a friend who had, and outside I manged to get one at face value (25 shillings or £1.25 in todays money!) from a guy whose girlfriend didn't turn up.
    The band walked on stage with no warm up act and went straight into the Immigrant Song followed by Heartbreaker. I simply don't have words to aedquately describe the impact that first fifteen minutes had on me and on those that were there. It changed things for me. I, as did everyboy stood in disbelief in the face of the pure wall of energy, raw talent and passion, images and sound are etched in my memory and still are as vibrant 36 years later. I discovered what rock was all about that night (and alot else besides). I remember looking down from the balcony and seeing friends and the excitement on their faces. That was just the start it got better! It was the first time they played Stairway live,I remember Plant saying this is a thing off the fourth album, I hope you like it. We did.
    As I left the Ulster Hall around midnight I remember clearly looking up fully expecting to see cracks in the ceiling, such was the energy we all expended that night.
    From time to time I meet people who were there, old friends and some new ones, we nod approvingly, smile with an understanding that knows we were lucky enough to have experienced something magical and life altering. We rarely try to describe it to the others, those that didn't make it, because we know we can't do it justice.
    Thank you.

    The recording is slightly distorted as per many of the audience recordings of the time. Make no mistake about it, what you are hearing is Led Zeppelin at the very top of their game. Tonight's set kicks off with a bombastic Immigrant Song, crushing the audience with it's immense volume. A superb Heartbreaker follows, complete with a compact guitar solo. This concert is a must for any Robert Plant fan. He gives the show 110% and the unbelievable power of his amazing high pitched vocals is evident right from the start. A full-on version of Black Dog complete with a mistake in the first instrumental passage. For a long time, we have all wondered what the first ever public performance of Stairway To Heaven must have been like. Well, wonder no more for now it can be heard. Zeppelin finish the main set with a compact Whole Lotta Love medley. Rock And Roll is another preview, played at a frantic pace.

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:38

    Led Zeppelin
    1971-08-21 & 22
    Great Western Forum
    Inglewood
    California

    August 21st, 1971.

    101. Introduction
    102. Immigrant Song
    103. Heartbreaker
    104. Since I've Been Loving You
    105. Black Dog
    106. Dazed And Confused
    107. Stairway To Heaven
    108. Celebration Day

    201. That's The Way
    202. Going To California
    203. What Is And What Should Never Be
    204. Whole Lotta Love
    205. Weekend
    206. Rock And Roll
    207. Communication Breakdown
    208. Thank You

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You

    8:02

    February 29, 1972
    Brisbane, AU
    Festival Hall (Brisbane)

    This is a repost with different aud source


    Immigrant Song,
    Heartbreaker,
    Black Dog,
    Since I've Been Loving You,
    Celebration Day,
    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 incl. Let That Boy Boogie, The Wanderer, Hello Mary Lou, Let's Have a Party, Going Down Slow).

    The final show of the Australian tour and the only indoor show of the tour. An excellent, high-powered show in front of another rowdy Australian crowd! The opening numbers are excellent and Robert's singing on Since I've Been Loving You is pure emotion and one of the best versions I have ever heard. A restless audience stops That's The Way a minute into the song. After Plant's seating instructions, they start the song again. Dazed And Confused is great except Bonham's drumming is rather boring throughout. The medley is excellent and contains some really rare inclusions.

    I was there on Feb. 29 back in 1972 & can remember it like it was yesterday, the photos on the web site sure bring back memories. kenr.

    I was also there and can confirm that Immigrant Song was the opener which received a relatively subdued audience response. This prompted Robert to ask Is there anybody out there? to which we gave a much louder reaction.

    I've heard a bootleg recording of this concert with this piece of dialog edited out. IS plays straight into Heartbreaker without this incident which didn't happen on the night.

    I think the cost of the tickets for seats was $A5.20 and the cost for standing in the centre part of the hall was $A4.20. Festival Hall no longer exists as it was knocked down a couple of years ago for a high rise office/apartment building.

    This was the first international band I had seen live. By the Setlist on the website Led Zeppelin opened with Immigrant Song, Heartbreaker, Black Dog. I thought Led Zep opened with Black Dog followed by Immigrant Song but I am probably wrong as the concert was quite a few years ago.

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