Ep. 84 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast – March 19, 1975
We listen to Grame’s remaster of Led Zeppelin in Vancouver, BC on March 19, 1975. The PNW leg of the ’75 tour is my favorite, and this is a fun show. Great recording, great energy. Happy Thanksgiving, enjoy!
Episode 83 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We listen to November 7, 1969 San Francisco at the Winterland. Another great night as we hear a blistering Babe I’m Gonna Leave, a joyous What Is What Should Never Be, and boisterous Dazed and Confused. Great show.
Ep. 79 – August 4 1979 The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
I tackle the legendary Aug 4, 1979 outdoor concert by Led Zeppelin at Knebworth. This is considered by many to be the last great Zep show and it is a doozy. I use a great matrix recording of this show that you’ll enjoy.
Led Zeppelin: LA Forum June 21, 1977 Mike Millard Master
Here it is! The master recording of the legendary Listen to this Eddie show at the LA Forum 6/21/77, recorded by Mike Millard. This is the first of five nights Led Zeppelin played the Forum on their 1977 tour. We hear the master recording for the first time. Everything is a little bit clearer, crisper, closer. Close your eyes and it’s like you’re there.
Ep. 74 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
This show was taken from an FM broadcast from New Orleans October 1, 1998, and it smokes! Jimmy Page is on fire for the entire 1998 tour, but he gets better as the tour progresses, and this night is amazing. A great How Many More Times is played, with a bow solo, and even a bit of I Can’t Quit You. Great great performance.
The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast – Episode 73
On February 27, 1972 Led Zeppelin played an outdoor show in Sydney, Australia. Zeppelin only toured Australasia once at it was a doozy! This is a high energy outdoor show to an appreciative Aussie crowd. Only live performance of The Rover as well. A good one!
Bloomington, MN Jan. 18, 1975 The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
The new soundboard fragment has been liberated by the Dogs of Doom and propogated by yours truly. There are only 4 songs, which seems to be the fashion of the bootleg market lately, and Wanton Song is cut after about a minute, but it sounds incredible. It’s worth hearing for Kashmir alone (still in its infancy as a live number). Jonesy is strong in this very professional sounding, balanced recording. You’re going to love it.
We listen to the opening night (Sept 23, 1971) of Led Zeppelin’s first Japanese Tour, and it’s brilliant. They’re eager to show the audience why they’re the best band ever, and they succeed. We listen to a pristine Since I’ve Been Loving You, and a rapturous Whole Lotta Love with complete performances of Good Times, Bad Times, How Many More Times, You Shook Me, as well as tons of rock songs in the medley. It’s arguably the best Whole Lotta Love ever.