We listen to a newly discovered 3rd source for the 2/27/72 Sydney concert of Led Zeppelin. For the first time ever we have Immigrant Song, Heartbreaker, and Since I’ve Been Loving You from this momentous show. It’s a good thing.
Ep. 98 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast: 7/25/69 1st Gen
We listen to a new 1st gen reel transfer of July 25, 1969, of Led Zeppelin in West Allis Wisconsin, for the Midwest Rock Festival. This is a great audience recording from up close. Wonderful sound and a nice performance. Train, Dazed, and HMMT are played.
Ep. 97 – November 16, 1971 The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
The Winter 1971 UK tour is amazing. We listen to November 16, 1971, Ispwich, and hear a band playing the smaller theaters for the last time. Zep 4 had just come out and the band were having fun, and sounding amazing.
Ep. 96 – The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
We listen to one of the best shows of Led Zeppelin’s 1973 North American tour. 7/21/73 in Providence, Rhode Island. A good low gen audience source is used, and we hear Over the Hills, No Quarter (amazing!), and Heartbreaker. Great one, folks.
The Heart of Markness Classic Rock Podcast – Mike Millard Master
I present a Mike Millard master recording of Genesis at the LA Forum on 4/17/78, supporting And Then There Were 3. The recording is stellar as is the performance. Squonk, The Lady Lies, and Follow You Follow Me are featured.
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.
Dec. 8, 1976 – Dutch Radio. The Pretender Meets The Offender
This is a great radio performance from Dec. 8, 1976 featuring Jackson Browne & Warren Zevon. They accompany each other on their respective songs, and it makes for a lovely, intimate unplugged concert. The Offender meets the Pretender.