Inner City Blues (2cd)



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[ad_1] STUNNING EARLY 1972 BROADCAST Led Zeppelin released their fourth album on 8 November 1971. Variously referred to as Led Zeppelin IV, Untitled or, due to the four symbols on the record label, as Four Symbols. The album has gone on to sell 37 million copies, making Led Zeppelin IV one of the best-selling albums in history, and its massive popularity cemented Zeppelin’s status as superstars in the 1970s. The group followed up the album’s release with tours of the UK, Australasia, North America, Japan, and the UK again, from late 1971 through early 1973. Two of the early gigs in the UK occurred in late January ’72, when Zeppelin descended on the southern port city of Southampton. Performing at the Gaumont Theatre on 21st January, in front of 2,500 fans, some who attended agreed the show was tight, but a little less spectacular than expected. The next night though things changed, when Zep turned up at Southampton Uni and set up in the union – or ‘the old ref’ as most of the students referred to it. The gig was superb and was recorded and broadcast by local radio. Jimmy Page had requested that the band play a smaller venue on this tour, with the possibility of releasing it as a live album at a later date. The album never materialised. This remarkable concert is now available on this new CD however, more than 50 years after it took place, and will surely delight the millions of fans still flying the flag for this essential quartet. Tracks: DISC ONE 1 Rock and Roll 4:00 2 Over The Hills And Far Away 6:34 3 Black Dog 5:41 4 Misty Mountain Hop 4:34 5 Since I’ve Been Loving You 8:24 6 Dancing Days 4:30 7 The Song Remains The Same 5:34 8 The Rain Song 9:05 9 Dazed And Confused 28:17 DISC TWO 1 Stairway To Heaven 12:02 2 Whole Lotta Love Medley 24:27 3 Heartbreaker 8:25 4 Organ Solo 3:27 5 Thank You 9:36 6 How Many More Times 8:15 7 Communication Breakdown 3:33
Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 5.55 x 4.84 x 0.43 inches; 3.35 Ounces
Date First Available ‏ : ‎ February 19, 2023
Number of discs ‏ : ‎ 2