LED ZEP PELIN Earls Court May 25 '75 2nd Night RARE DVD

LED ZEP PELIN Earls Court May 25 '75 2nd Night RARE DVD

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Part Number:1809

A recently discovered RARE GEM, a proshot recording of Led Zeppelin’s second night at London’s Earls Court on May 25th, 1975.  With a running time of almost 4 hours, quality is still quite good considering the vintage of this show.  Tracks performed are as follows:


Alan Freeman introduction

Rock and roll

Sick again

Over the hills and far away

In my time of dying

The song remains the same

The rain song


No quarter


Going to California

That’s the way

Bron-y-aur Stomp

Trampled under foot

Moby dick

Dazed and confused

Stairway to heaven

Whole lotta love

Black dog


Communication Breakdown


This region-free DVD-R is in NTSC format and will play on most PS2 systems and DVD Players made since 2000, and comes in a FULL SIZE DVD case, with cover art and track listing.

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5 Stars
Rare Gem Indeed...
Hey folks, What a great night out with the boys...I have the whole LZ discography, & have loved their music for decades, but was too young to experience them live since they dissolved in early 1980...Anyhow, what a very pleasant surprise is this DVD, & what a great band they were. Completely engaging for the near 4-hours, boasting 3 x encores, the band display their really relaxed stage presence & phenomenal stage-craft, along with an exceptional selection of tunes for everyone to enjoy. Picture quality is far better than you may think, & the sound quality is quite good too, being a desk-recording for sure, with my only complaint being that Jimmy's acoustic guitar is low in the mix when played, however his electric-guitar -performance clearly displays why he's a guitar god. Bonzo is in great form, & even though the tempo of some tunes speeds & slows here & there, the band is locked into that powerful pulse. John Paul Jones is quite a multi instrumentalist, see-to-believe performance IMO. And the biggest surprise for me was how well spoken Robert Plant is & how great a front-man he is, by being able to befriend everyone in the audience with the in-between song chit-chat. His voice really delivers the goods too, after a few numbers into the set. This show easily displays why they were the best at what they did...Raw & unedited, the show is awesome ! Cheers, Greg
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