Event Details

 

Venue

  References:
10-Mar-1970  

Musikhalle

  Official Web Site: Confirmed J
Recorded Time: 2:00:14   Hamburg, Germany   The Complete Concert Chronicles: Confirmed J
European Tour 1970     Led Zeppelin Reference: Confirmed J
    Led Zep Concerts: Confirmed J
      Wikipedia: Confirmed J
     


         

Review(s)
 
Another one of the really good shows from the 1970 European tour. Robert's voice is amazing as always in 1970 and the band plays some really intense music. Jimmy's quiet riff intro to Heartbreaker before leading the band in full force is quite dramatic and the not yet recorded Since I've Been Loving You is very passionate and intense. Dazed And Confused is very compact and played brilliantly, especially by Jimmy, whose playing is fast and fluid in front of the wall of rhythm created by Jones and Bonham. The How Many More Times medley is great and Robert leads the band through a pastiche of great oldies before closing the show with a great, 1970 pre-medley version of the sole encore Whole Lotta Love. What makes this recording so exciting it is a only known live rendition to Living Loving Maid. Just right after the last notes of Heartbreaker Plant segued into "With a purple umbrella ..." lyrics but shortly after he said: "I think we're all getting a bit loose!" We know he hated that one so this recording is so exciting for making listening to this song live!
 

Known Set List
 
  Track   Title Time
1.       We're Gonna Groove    3:36      
2.       I Can't Quit You Baby    6:43      
    a.        It Hurts Me So    0:09      
    b.        Unknown    0:35      
3.       Dazed And Confused   18:18    
    a.        Early Shuffle    1:02      
    b.        Bow Solo    4:57      
      i.        Slapped Echo Section    0:38      
      ii.        Mars Alternate Section #1    1:38      
      iii.        Vocal Accompanied Section    0:58      
      iv.        Judy Judy Judy    0:02      
      v.        Fireworks Section    0:32      
      vi.        Crescendo Section    0:20      
    c.        Beat Down Section    0:30      
      i.        Unknown    0:19      
    d.        Moaning Section    0:30      
    e.        Mars: The Bringer Of War    0:30      
    f.        Outro Shuffle    1:44      
4.       Heartbreaker    6:14    
    a.        HB Guitar Solo    1:59      
      i.        Bourrée In E Minor    0:06      
5.       White Summer-Black Mountain Side   13:05    
    a.        Casbah    0:28      
    b.        Mustapha    0:34      
    c.        Swan Song    0:38      
6.       Since I've Been Loving You    7:05    
7.       Organ Solo    1:26    
8.       Thank You    5:14      
9.       What Is And What Should Never Be    4:36      
10.       Moby Dick   16:44    
    a.        No-Sticks Section    4:50      
11.       How Many More Times   27:00    
    a.        Descending Riff Section    0:42      
    b.        Unknown    0:30      
    c.        Beck's Bolero    0:23      
    d.        The Hunter    2:04      
    e.        Acapella Blues Improvisation    0:28      
    f.        Boogie Chillen'    2:00      
      i.        Move On Down The Line    0:23      
      ii.        Hideaway    0:11      
    g.        Bottle It Up And Go    1:39      
      i.        They're Red Hot    0:08      
      ii.        She's A Truckin' Little Baby    0:06      
      iii.        Cumberland Gap    0:08      
    h.        Unknown    0:30      
    i.        Down By The River    0:15      
    j.        Unknown    0:35      
    k.        Travelling Riverside Blues    0:31      
    l.        Long Distance Call    0:28      
    m.        The Lemon Song    0:58      
12.       Whole Lotta Love **Encore**    6:48    
    a.        Space Out Section    2:28      
      i.        Theremin Duel    1:06      
  13.       Closing Thanks        

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Generation   Length   Source   Comments
1st gen   118   aud   -
2nd gen   118   aud   -
unknown gen   129   aud   runs slow, Type I cassette (White Summer is 4 minutes longer here because a section is repeated, some of Moby Dick is also repeated)