Ep. 176 – Zep 5/21/77 Houston Texas: The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear a nice soundboard from Led Zeppelin playing the Summit in Houston 5/21/77. Bonzo is in overdrive and the show is fun. We hear Nobody’s Fault, No Quarter (a nice one), and an awesome Trampled Underfoot played as an encore. Power, Mystery, etc are all on hand.
Ep. 175 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast – July 26, 1995
July 26 , 1995 Wembley Arena. Page/Plant on their triumphant reunion tour. Great stuff. We hear Wanton Song, a stellar In the Evening (enhanced by 2 orchestras and a middle eastern percussion section), and a rollicking epic Kashmir. A great show from a time. Nice recording as well.
The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast: Ep. 174 Sept 2, 1970 Oakland (Source 1)
Sept. 2, 1970 kicks off the California stretch of the tour for Led Zeppelin. Another incredible performance from all of them as we hear Whole Lotta Love (w/ a whole lotta medleys), Train Kept A Rollin’ (!), Blueberry Hill, and Long Tall Sally. Good times.
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.
Ep. 168 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast – June 30, 1980
We hear a wonderful remaster of June 30, 1980, Led Zeppelin in Frankfurt. Liriodendron did the remaster and brought the dry (and slow) sbd to life. We hear In The Evening, maybe the best live Achilles, and a great cover of Money with Phil Carson on bass. This show sparkles.
12/22/1972 London – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We hear Led Zeppelin’s penultimate 1972 performance, Dec. 22 at the Alexandra Palace, London. This is their biggest British tour and we hear Dancing Days, Whole Lotta Love, IS & Heartbreaker. A transition period from stars to Gods.
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. 161 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast – June 24, 1980 Hannover Germany
We listen to Led Zeppelin playing Hannover DE June 24, 1980 and Jimmy Page’s fingers are nimble! We hear Nobody’s Fault, All My Love (excellent solo), Trampled Underfoot and a regal SIBLY. The audience recording is lively and dynamic. There are gems to be found in the 1980 Tour Over Europe. Jimmy’s firing on all cylinders here.