Ep. 241 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
July 17, 1973 Seattle WA. Led Zeppelin play another of a series of brilliant gigs across the United States. There are myriad recordings of this show, and we’re listening to a sweet vinyl rip of the OG Trademark of Quality title V 1/2.
I play Since I’ve Been Loving You, No Quarter, and The Rain Song. This recording is beautiful and a joy to hear. I hope you enjoy it.
Ep. 238 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear some rockin’ raucous rock n roll with Jimmy Page & The Black Crowes at the Roseland NYC on Oct. 14, 1999. They’re amazing together and I play Wiser Time, Sick Again, and Nobody’s Fault But Mine, all of which benefit from the 3 guitar army wall of sound. Fantastic.
Ep. 235 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear an insane Whole Lotta Love from Sept 24 1971 Tokyo, as Led Zeppelin is on their first tour of Japan. The song is 30 minutes of Rave On, You Time Is Gonna Come, I’m A Man, Hello Mary Lou, How Many More Times, and more… all within Whole Lotta Love. It’s ridiculously good. Also play a groovy Communcation Breakdown. Also insane.
Ep. 232 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
This is Led Zeppelin at their instrumental peak. March 24, 1973 Offenburg, Germany. This is the 2 source Eddie Edwards release and it is incredible. Like the Japan 1971 tour the Europe 1973 tour is a must hear for all Zep, or even classic rock, fans. We hear SIBLY and Dazed in the podcast.
Ep. 223 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear some fantastic playing from Led Zeppelin in Landover, MD on 5/30/77 courtesy of Liriodendron’s fine remaster, and Led Zeppelin Boots’ restoration of lost tape with an audience from the same night, for the first time. This is a Jonesy night although everyone is in top form. We hear Achilles and one of the best top shelf No Quarters with amazing interplay between all. A nice one.
Ep. 222 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear a great set from Robert Plant on Nov 6, 1993 in Detroit, on his Fate of Nations tour. This show has some rarities (Through With The Two-Step, Like I’ve Never Been Gone, and In My Time Of Dying) which I play for you. Recording courtesy of Mark McFall.
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.
The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast – Ep. 211
This is the Grame Remaster tape with patching done by ZepHead315 with a 1st Gen AUD recording, bringing us the most complete recording of this rollicking show ever. This is 2/14/75 Uniondale NY and the band are in great form, and great spirits. No bitching about the snow or anything like that. It’s all libidinal paganism and rock and roll.
Ep. 205 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
This is a beautiful recording of a beautiful show. Saving Grace w/ Robert Plant & Suzi Dian May 1, 2022, at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival. We hear Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down, It’s a Beautiful Day Today, and a sublime We Bid You Goodnight. This is special.
November 26, 1970 Cincinatti OH – The Heart of Markness Clasic Rock Podcast
This is a great performance by Derek & The Dominos in Cinci Ohio 11/26/70. Eric Clapton plays brilliantly on Got To Get Better In A Little While before jamming with BB King on Everyday I Have The Blues. Amazing show.