Ep. 197 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
I finally get around to the new 8/19/71 Vancouver show. It’s a wild bacchanal of top tier Zep. I play Gallows Pole (another one appears!), Whole Lotta Love (w/ medleys) and a rockin’ Weekend (Eddie Cochran cover). What a band!
Ep. 195 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear the NakedEye25 remaster of the soundboard for Led Zeppelin on 6/7/77 @ Madison Square Garden. Nobody’s Fault, In My Time, and No Quarter are heard, and they’re amazing. Bombastic fantastic power. Powerful 1977 vibes.
Ep. 194 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
I play a nice soundboard of The Firm at the LA Forum on March 14, 1985 on their first tour. I play City Sirens, The Chase, and Live In Peace. Paul Rodgers is in great voice, and Tony Franklin & Chris Slade pop! Jimmy’s soaring above and around it all. Good times.
Ep. 192 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We revisit Led Zeppelin’s 9/28/71 Osaka legendary show with a glorious stereo remaster by North Bridge. Wide stereo soundstage and impressive instrument separation make this star shine even brighter. Amazing. It sounds even better than the awesome EVSD release.
November 9, 1991 – A Mike Millard Master : The Heart of Markness Classic Rock Podcast
We hear an incredible Mike Millard master recording of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers in Costa Mesa on Nov 9, 1991 supporting Into The Great Wide Open. I play Free Fallin’, Psychotic Reaction & Don’t Come Around Here no more. Great show from a great band.
Ep 190 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear from Page/Plant’s legendary 1996 tour of Japan with Feb 13, 1996 in Tokyo. I play Tea For One (amazing), Custard Pie, and Whole Lotta Love (with medleys) from a glorious matrix recording by Liriodendron. Sublime performance.
October 9, 1971 Chicago, IL: The Heart of Markness Classic Rock Podcast
We hear a great show from Traffic on their Low Sparks tour on Oct. 9, 1971 in Chicago. The rhythm section is hothothot and Steve Winwood/Jim Capaldi sound fine. I play Light or Leave Me Alone, Low Spark, and Dear Mr. Fantasy. Fine show from a fine band.