The Led Zeppelin bootleg recordings are a collection of audio and video recordings of musical performances by the English rock band Led Zeppelin which were never officially released by the band, or under other legal authority. The recordings consist of both live concert performances and outtakes from studio sessions conducted by the band. Many hundreds of Led Zeppelin bootlegs exist, and are widely collected by fans.
Led Zeppelin II (1969). The album where Zeppelin’s identity solidifies is also one of their best. On October 22, nearly 300 days after their first album, Jimmy Page and co released Led Zeppelin II. Both heavier and more textured than their debut, it far outstripped the success of its predecessor. Of all their records, Zep’s fourth album, released in late 1971, remains their most admired work. From Page’s unimpeachable riffs, through Jones musical invention and Plant’s clarity of vocal to that titanic John Bonham drum sound, IV still emits a freshness that belies its age.
First Led Zep album I bought! Nostalgia! Zeppelin at the height of their powers. The best album of all time 1. Houses of The Holy 2. Physical Graffiti 3. Presence 4. 4 symbols 5. In through the out door 6. Led Zeppelin III 7. Led Zeppelin II 8. Led Zeppelin 9. Coda. 1 houses of the holy. Okay, first things first, their fourth album is un my opinion their worst if we're nota counting coda.
The Led Zeppelin propelled itself onto the Boston Garden stage to confront sixteen housand colourfully-attired high school and college aboriginals - a total of thirty-two thousand dilated pupils, all eagerly trained upon the massive loth-fronted bank of amplifiers that was 'to produce the capper of an evening of northern-fried schmaltz rock and mini-riots. Led Zeppelin, Johnny Winter and the MC-5 played to a full Boston Garden Saturday night at Narragansett's "First Tribal Rock Festival". Zeppelin entered to a standing ovation .
Led Zeppelin fans trashed the Boston Garden on Jan. 6, 1975. As writer Stephen Davis recalled in his book about Zeppelin's 1975 tour, the band was planning winter dates, so tickets for its stop in Boston – scheduled for the classic Boston Garden – went on sale in January. The result? Thousands of fans lined up to spend the night outside the Garden in freezing temperatures.
Led Zeppelin didn't release singles in the UK, where it was considered gauche, and in America, they didn't issue any from their first album. Whole Lotta Love" was the first song they allowed as a US single, and it became their biggest hit, going to (their only Top 10 entry) despite a 5:33 running time. The band issued a press release stating: "Led Zeppelin have no intention of issuing 'Whole Lotta Love' as a single as they feel it was written as part of their concept of the album.
|Rock And Roll|
|Over The Hills And Far Away|
|The Song Remains The Same|
|The Rain Song|
|Dazed And Confused (Incl "San Francisco")|
|Stairway To Heaven|
|Whole Lotta Love (Incl "Boogie Woogie")|
|IQ-078/079||Led Zeppelin||Zep Vs Boston (2xCD, Unofficial)||Image Quality||IQ-078/079||Japan||1998|
|EVSD 353/354||Led Zeppelin||Boston Cream Pie (2xCD, Unofficial)||Empress Valley Supreme Disc||EVSD 353/354||Japan||2005|
|EVSD 353/354/355/356||Led Zeppelin||Boston Cream Pie (4xCD, Unofficial)||Empress Valley Supreme Disc||EVSD 353/354/355/356||Japan||2005|
|BH-009||Led Zeppelin||Wild And Relatively Mellow (2xCD, Album, Unofficial)||Badgeholders||BH-009||Japan||2005|
|0000||Led Zeppelin||Boston 1973 (2xCD, Ltd, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Led Zeppelin)||0000||Japan||2016|