Ep. 127 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast – March 5, 1971
e listen to Led Zeppelin playing Ulster Hall, Belfast NI on March 5, 1971. These are the very first live performances of songs from Zep 4 ever. We hear Black Dog, Stairway, and a Ramones level Rock and Roll. Robert’s voice is unreal. Never better. You can download this show right here: https://mega.nz/folder/Lk0A0Y5C#YeWZ3h_ga7KvX-wB0GPl8g
Ep. 126 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We listen to a glorious recording of Led Zeppelin’s first show in 2 years, July 23, 1979 in Copenhagen. The band plays with a relaxed intensity and Jimmy plays like 1973 again. Celebration Day, No Quarter, and Achilles are heard. Great one!
Club Rust Copenhagen 4/3/90 – The Heart of Markness Classic Rock Podcast
We listen to Camper Van Beethoven touring in support of one of my favorite albums, Key Lime Pie. Club Rust, Copenhagen 4/3/90. We hear All Her Favorite Fruit, Eye of Fatima, I Was Born In A Laundromat, and Waka. Great band. Great show. Great songs.
Ep. 125 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We listen to the only extant live recording of Led Zeppelin from 1968. Gonzaga University, December 30, they played a gymnasium. Rough and ready and hungry. The very first roar from the behemoth. If you would like to download this show you may do so here: https://mega.nz/folder/W8kwSR7Z#NecCyUJzWsNZyVtoZQA0cA
We listen to Eric Clapton playing Long Beach, CA on July 19, 1974. This is a Mike Millard master recording, and Eric plays Cream, Blind Faith, Derek & The Dominoes, as well as his solo material. A great set.
In Celebration For A King Matrix Compilation. Ep. 104 – The Heart of Markness
We listen to tracks from Led Zeppelin in Landover, MD in May 1977. YouTuber Led Zeppelin Rarities created an AMAZING matrix compilation of the best of songs from all four nights of that run. The sound is incredible. This is almost official release quality, and the bass is ridiculous.
Ep. 95 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast – 7/5/69
This is a BRAND NEW Led Zeppelin show that had been previously unheard. July 5, 1969 at the Atlanta Pop Festival. What a great recording (audience) of a brilliantly high powered Led Zeppelin screaming through an amazing set. Thanks to the Dogs of Doom for liberating this great show.
Ep. 94 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast.
This is the legendary Jan. 26, 1969 Boston Tea Party gig that allegedly lasted 4 hours. We only have a portion of that night taped, but by god it’s one of the best ever. It may be Jimmy’s best show. Unreal power, mystery, fun, and rock and roll. Legendary show.
June 28, 1981 Millard 1st Generation: Heart of Markness Podcast
We listen to another great 1st generation recording by St. Mike Millard, from June 28, 1981 at the LA Forum. This is the Long Distance Voyager tour, with Patrick Moraz playing keyboards. Lots of hits in this show.