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Buy Online Blind Faith - Live In Los Angeles

Features the band’s last live performance, held at UCLA’s Pavley Pavilion in Los Angeles

– Includes the entire KSCR-FM radio broadcast
– 32pp hand-numbered hardback book with 10” black LP
– Full colour A3 poster
– Professionally re-mastered with background liners and many rare and unseen photographs.

Blind Faith, live from UCLA’s Pavley Pavilion, Los Angeles on August 26th 1969.

The short-lived Blind Faith were running out of steam by August 1969, weighed down by expectations and a gruelling US tour they were ill-prepared for. This remarkable performance at UCLA’s Pavley Pavilion, LA on the 26th August, was one of their last gigs, and finds them in superb form on a variety of material including a remarkable rendition of Crossroads (finding Eric Clapton on especially outstanding form).

Remastered original KSCR-FM radio broadcast, presented here in its entirety,

Buy Online Led Zeppelin - Live Scandinavia ‘69 White

From jamming in a basement in a London record store to bagging the biggest recording deal in the history of popular music, Led Zeppelin’s rise to super-stardom took only a few short months. The band that would come to redefine hard rock music and influence generations of future rockers is here captured in all its thundering sonic glory as it embarked on a tour of Scandinavia in the spring of 1969. Led Zeppelin perform ‘How Many More Times’ on Danish TV channel Danmarks Radio on March 17th, 1969.

The 1969 tour of the United Kingdom and Scandinavia was a concert tour of the United Kingdom and Scandinavia by the English rock band. The tour commenced on 1st March and concluded on 17th April 1969. During this tour, Led Zeppelin made a number of live television appearances, including one date in Denmark on 17th March, and a session at BBC TV studios on March 21st and a session at Staines on March 25th, the last for the filming of the Supershow. Some of these early filmed sessions were later released on the Led Zeppelin DVD (2003). They were part of manager Peter Grant’s early strategy to build public awareness of the group. However, his dissatisfaction with the medium (particularly its inferior audio quality), would soon lead him to make the band unavailable for television again

 

Performed live at Stockholm’s Konserthuset on 14th March, broadcast by Sveriges Radio and Copenhagen’s Gladaxe on 17th March, broadcast by TV-BYEN, these gigs are an early taste of the virtuoso rock performances that would break stadium attendance records across the globe and change the genre forever.

  • Two incredible performances, live from Stockholm and Copenhagen, 1969
  • Includes the entire Sveriges radio and TV-BYEN broadcasts
  • Digitally remastered for greatly enhanced sound quality
  • Background liners and rare images
  • First time on vinyl
  • Hand numbered editions