When Led Zeppelin were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995, they got on stage with fellow Rock Hall inductee Neil Young and performed a new arrangement of "When the Levee Breaks," a classic Led Zeppelin IV track. You can relive the, um, magic by watching the top video below.
Monday, January 2, 2017
LED ZEPPELIN 1973! - "THE EFFECT IS SHATTERING" ON MSG 2nd NIGHT SHOW - THE SHEER HORROR!!
Post 3 of 3 - This ole skool cd boot has the 2nd of 3 nights at the Garden, more notes below.....The Horror!! 7daylink Rating A+
"This is the longest soundboard to surface from Zeppelin’s three nights at the Garden which was the basis for the film and soundtrack The Song Remains The Same. This tape has always stood out from the others in not being too flat or dry but being having quite some depth to it and is presented as is. This makes it fun to hear tracks from the film in their unedited form. Much of “Celebration Day”, “The Song Remains The Same/The Rain Song” and “No Quarter” from this show formed the basis for the film and soundtrack. This is overall a great show, one of the best." - Collector's Music Review