LED ZEPPELIN – ” Live at the Royal Albert Hall January 9th 1970 “

Posted: October 28, 2014 in MUSIC
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Continuing the Led Zeppelin live posts, one of the best is the historic show from the Royal Albert Hall on January 9th 1970.The Royal Albert Hall was London’s most prestigous and the largest Venue, professionally filmed for a documentary by Peter Whitehead and Stanley Dorfman with co-operation from  band manager Peter Grant, However there were technical recording issues with the sound and speed  which caused the project to be shelved until 2003. Two of the tracks from the concert “We’re Gonna Groove” and “I Can’t Quit You Baby” were released on the “Coda” album released in 1982 .The tour of the UK commenced January  7th and concluded 17th February One of the shows at Edinburgh Usher Hall was cancelled for 10 days due to Robert Plant being involved in a car accident, The band did not have any support for these shows other than at Edinburgh were Barclay James Harvest supported.


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