|1977 07 April On This Day Led Zeppelin in Chicago|
- 1967 The Yardbirds - Stockholm Sweden at Radiohuset
- 1970 Led Zeppelin - Charlotte NC at The Coliseum
- 1977 Led Zeppelin - Chicago at Chicago Stadium (day 2 of 4)
- 1995 Page & Plant Unledded Tour - East Rutherford NJ at Brendan Byrne Arena (day 2 of 2)
|1970 Jimmy Page / Led Zeppelin, Charlotte NC|
Totally amazing that the audience could be so bad that Robert Plant would tell them to shut up. Can you imagine these days going to a Led Zeppelin concert and not being 110% focused on the show?
The show must not go on...
Chicago provided its challenges. This second of four days of shows had a time limit, tough for a band that played long shows. Because the Chicago Black Hawks had to use the arena the next night, the union that worked this arena demanded that the band be done by 11:00 P.M. The Showco sound system had to be torn down and then after the hockey game, reassembled for Saturday's show. In My Time Of Dying and Trampled Under Foot were dropped from the set that night.
Note that the Stormtrooper outfit was not worn on this day - in spite of the photo used for today's post on Jimmy Page's website. The outfit was only worn on the final night in Chicago and then only for part of the show.
|1977 Jimmy Page / Led Zeppelin, Chicago|
|1995 Jimmy Page & Michael Lee (drums) / Page & Plant, East Rutherford NJ|
♪ Shapes of Things / Heartful of Soul / Mr. Your a Better Man Than I (The Yardbirds, Sweden 1967) YouTube
♪ You Go Your Way I Go Mine / Over Under Sideways Down / Little Game (The Yardbirds, Sweden 1967) YouTube
♪ My Baby (The Yardbirds, Sweden 1967) YouTube
♪ I'm A Man (The Yardbirds, Sweden 1967) YouTube
♪ What Is And What Should Never Be (Led Zeppelin, Charlotte 1970) YouTube
♪ The Song Remains the Same/The Rover/Sick Again (Led Zeppelin, Chicago 07 April 1977) YouTube
♪ Mage Music 1 playlist at YouTube
♪ Mage Music 2 playlist at YouTube
♪ Page & Plant playlist at YouTube
NOTICE: April 11 will be the last daily On This Day post
as that will be a full year's worth. I won't post any more
unless Jimmy Page's website offers some new ones.
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