lunes, 9 de junio de 2008
Led Zeppelin - Dancing Days - (2CD Bootleg) Live at Budokan Tokyo Oct 2 1972 - (UK Hard Rock)@320kbps
Led Zeppelin's 1972 Japanese Tour was the second and final concert tour of Japan by the English rock band. The tour commenced on October 2 and concluded on October 10, 1972.
This tour took place shortly following the recording of the band's fifth album, Houses of the Holy. Two tracks from the album were played live for first time, namely "The Song Remains the Same" and "The Rain Song". For these tracks, Jimmy Page used his characteristic Gibson EDS-1275 double-neck guitar. Other songs from the album were also played, but these had already been debuted on previous concert tours.
It was on this tour that John Paul Jones played his mellotron for the first time. He used it for the tracks "Stairway to Heaven", "The Rain Song" and "Thank You". He also introduced an arco stand-up bass, which he played during "Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp".
Some observers have noted that it was during this tour that the vocals of singer Robert Plant began to show signs of damage, as he arguably started to lose the extremely high-pitched wail which was evident on previous concert tours and album releases.
Whilst on this tour, Jones bought a traditional Japanese string instrument called a Koto. He later used this instrument on his solo album Zooma (1999)
Live recorded at Budokan, Tokyo, Japan on October 2, 1972.
Disc 1 Disc 2
1) Rock and Roll 1) Stairway to Heaven
2) Over the Hills and Far Away 2) Whole Lotta Love /
3) Black Dog I Can't Quit You /
4) Misty Mountain Hop Whole Lotta Love
5) Since I've Been Loving You 3) Heartbreaker
6) Dancing Days 4) Immigrant Song /
7) Bron-Y-Aur Stomp Communucation Breakdown
8 ) The Song Remains the Same
9) The Rain Song
10) Dazed and Confused
La grabación es floja. pero suficiente. Ripeado a 320kbps - Caratulas incluidas.
Led Zeppelin - Dancing Days (2xCD Bootleg)