Lineage : FM Master from Europe2 FM (Paris) on December 7, 2007
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The story is simple
Originaly broadcasted November 2, 1969 on Europe1 (Musicorama) and NEVER rebroadcast after,
the master tape was forgotten in the radio basements and rediscover few months ago .
Setlist : complete
01 - Good Times Bad Times/Communication Breakdown
02 - I Can't Quit You Baby
03 - Heartbreaker
04 - Dazed And Confused
05 - White Summer/Black Mountain Side
06 - You Shook Me
07 - How Many More Times (including: The Hunter, Boogie Chillun'...).
Moby Dick is missing ...
7 separate tracks
total time: 68'03"
Notes : mono recording ... some very annoying dj chatting over songs ...
Artwork : no
Line up :
Robert Plant (vocals/harmonica)
Jimmy Page (guitars/bow)
John Paul Jones (bass)
John Bonham (drums)
---------------------------------- Enjoy it all LED ZEPPELIN fans !!! -------------------------------------
Review from http://www.argenteumastrum.com/1969.htm :
OCTOBER 10 - L'OLYMPIA, PARIS, FRANCE (FRIDAY)
Whole concert was recorded professionally. Originally aired on "Musicorama", Europe1 on November 2nd, 1969. Rebroadcast on Europe2 on December 7th, 2007 at 22:30.
Recording Includes: Band Announcements, Good Times Bad Times Intro [ 0:31 ] >> Communication Breakdown (<< It's Your Thing..) [ 2:40 ] >> I Can't Quit You Baby (<< DJ Comments..) [ 6:25 ], Heartbreaker [ 4:18 ], Dazed And Confused (<< DJ Comments..) [ 14:53 ], White Summer (<< DJ Comments, Black Mountain Side..) [ 10:16 ], DJ Comments, You Shook Me [ 11:31 ], How Many More Times (<< Over Under Sideways Down, Bolero, DJ Comments, The Hunter, The Lemon Song, Boogie Chillun..) [ 22:42 ].
Source: Complete excellent professional radio recording. 78 minutes.
Details: During the guitar solo on I Can't Quit You Baby there is a DJ interruption, then again during bow solo and near the end of Dazed And Confused, near the beginning of White Summer/Black Mountain Side, and the last one is during the middle of How Many More Times, when the music was abandoned for awhile. Moby Dick was played but not recorded or aired.
Bootleg LP Reference(s): Get The Boogie (Whispering Souls Authentic Vinyl Records)
Bootleg CD Reference(s): Ain't No Fool (Black Dog Rekords), L'Olympia (Godfather Records), Led Zeppelin On Fire (Beelzebub Records CD-R), N'est Aucun Imbecile (Black Dog Rekords), Olympia 1969 (no label), Olympia Master (Vintage Masters CD-R), Olympia Paris 1969 (Wendy Records), Paris Par Excellence (Empress Valley Supreme Disc), & Whole Lotta Live: Live Soundboard Collection (no label)
Comments: Ok, this is what we were looking for a long years! A spectacular and gutsy show in a stunning quality. Whole concert is so energetic and powerful that can be easily compared with August 31st, 1969. Good Times Bad Times Intro is awesome and Communication Breakdown is filled with some excellent lyrics. An amazing Heartbreaker shows its power and Plants voice is dramatic. Very long and intense How Many More Times contains some renditions to the old Yadbirds' tunes and is a definitive killer of this show.