Average: 4.8 (95 votes)

September 4, 1970

Inglewood, CA US

The Forum

Setlist:

Immigrant Song, Heartbreaker, Dazed and Confused, Bring It On Home, That's Way, Bron-Yr-Aur, Since I've Been Loving You, Organ solo / Thank You, What Is and What Should Never Be, Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love (medley incl.: Let That Boy Boogie, Who's Loving You Tonight?, I'm Movin' On, Red House, Some Other Guy, Think it Over), Communication Breakdown (medley: incl. Good Times Bad Times, For What It's Worth, I Saw Her Standing There), Out On The Tiles, Blueberry Hill.

Notes:

An historic show immortalized on one of the first-ever LP bootlegs, Blueberry Hill.

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First Concert

@ 15 yrs this was my first concert. My parents only let me go with my older brother and his wife. My dad absolutely hated hippies and the rock thing. I think it was my mother bought me the tickets for my birthday in mid August. I took a friend as well and we had loge seats just above the floor to the left front of the stage. When the lights went out and the announcement "An Evening With Led Zeppelin" came the band came on stage and as I recall a goateed Robert Plant greeted the crowd and then they launched into Immigrant Song. What a trip that night was. It was the first time I had ever heard improvised versions of album tracks. One memorable song from the night was this new song Out On The Tiles towards the end of the set. I bought LZ III the first day it released about a month later. Shortly thereafter I got my hands on the Blueberry Hill bootleg and thought that the recording didn't match up to the live show. See my comment regarding 1st night of '71 show @ Inglewood.