Ep. 242 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
This is a great recording of Led Zeppelin at Brondby DK March 15, 1969 (late show). A hungry young band plays the club with a ferocity and joy which remains unrivaled. I play Train, I Can’t Quit You, and a Dazed which is reminiscent of the album version. A joy.
Ep. 229 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear a few from Feb. 1, 1969 (the Late Show) at the Fillmore East, NYC. Led Zeppelin is winding up their first tour and they’re winning hearts and minds with their energy and virtuosity. I play Train>I Can’t Quit You and How Many More Times. Amazing band.
Ep. 220 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast.
We hear a new revision of NiteOwl’s matrix of Led Zeppelin 8/31/69 at the Texas International Pop Festival. This time he’s demixed the bass and drums from the mono aud recording, and split/remixed them to sound more like a professional release, when mixed with the voice/guitar heavy soundboard recording. Another amazing piece. Sounds great!
Ep. 215 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
The 1st of 3 nights at the Winterland in San Fran, Led Zeppelin are absolutely incendiary. This is April 25, 1969 and we’re nearing the end of telecaster Jimmy. We hear Train Kept A Rollin’, maybe the best You Shook Me ever (Robert’s voice!), and As Long As I Have which is a kitchen sink of covers and references (Bags Groove? Damn). This is an amazing show of young hungry Zep leapt from the gate and reaching their stride.
Ep. 207 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
This is Led Zeppelin at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 6, 1969. The recording I use is a 2nd gen (M>Reel>Reel) from KRW_CO, and it’s pretty damn good. We hear Dazed and Confused (the crowd goes bonkers when Jimmy slaps the strings w/ his violin bow), You Shook Me (killer filthy slide), and a beautiful How Many More Times. There are some PA issues early on but the show is brilliant. Gotta love 1969 Led Zeppelin
Ep. 173 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear a nice 2nd gen of Zep at Musicarnival on July 20, 1969 in Cleveland. This is a heavy bluesy Les Paul kinda affair with lighthearted banter and amazing amazing talent. We hear You Shook Me and How Many More Times. Sexy summer fun.
Jan. 26, 1969 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear a nice upgrade from KRW_CO to Jan 26, 1969, the legendary Boston Tea Party gig that lasted 4 hours. We hear a wild band with a frenetic Jimmy Page, winning over the Boston Crowd. A Legendary show which sounds even better now.
July 25, 1969 West Allis, Wisconsin – Ep. 162 The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear Led Zeppelin playing the Midwest Rock Festival in Wisconsin on July 25, 1969. It’s a wonderful open air recording with airplanes adding to the ambiance. We hear four songs from their hour long set. Fun fun fun!
Ep. 145 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
This is a more complete and upgraded tape of Toronto Nov 2 1969, liberated by Dogs of Doom. We have a complete Dazed, as well as the two encores (Eddie Cochran songs), an incredible Babe I’m Gonna Leave You, as well as Communication Breakdown. Both Dazed and Babe are very cool and unique.
Remastered Soundboard 1/11/69 – Ep. 133 The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We listen to a wonderfully remastered soundboard recording from Jan 11, 1969, of Led Zeppelin at the Fillmore West in San Francisco. Great sound and a great performance of a hungry young band making their name known. We hear I Can’t Quit You, Dazed, and How Many More Times. Amazing. You can download the entire recording here: https://mega.nz/folder/r1MFyQTQ#ye5JPAjqcyFbY1ajtJBOXA