Average: 4.4 (48 votes)

January 29, 1975

Greensboro, NC US

Coliseum (NC)

Setlist:

Rock and Roll, Sick Again, Over the Hills and Far Away, In My Time of Dying, The Song Remains the Same, Rain Song, Kashmir, No Quarter, Trampled Underfoot, Moby Dick, How Many More Times, Stairway to Heaven, Whole Lotta Love, Black Dog, Communication Breakdown.

Notes:

'75 North American Tour Programme

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Press Review: Zeppelin concert golden memory for all

The mystical universe of Led Zeppelin exploded in a burst of laser beams and flash powder Wednesday night in the Greensboro Coliseum. The concert was one of Zep’s first stops on its current American tour.

The supermusical quartet lifted off the evening with “Rock and Roll,” and proceeded to increase the karma with some selections from their new album, Physical Graffiti.

AS USUAL, Robert Plant’s virtuoso voice wailed and shrieked to perfection. The dazzling sequined mentor of the guitar, Jimmy Page, hoofed his way about the stage and played his usual amazing style despite a recent bone fracture in one of his playing fingers.

John Paul Jones displayed his adeptness at the keyboards, and drummer John Bonham thundered away until the very foundation of the Coliseum shock to the rhythm.

Led Zeppelin is a powerhouse of heavy metal, but they still shine on the mellow “Stairway to Heaven.” Their oriental magic and hell-bent boogie and blues made the concert a golden memory for all who attended. [J.Worthington / Feb. 1975]

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Not as bad as Luis Rey says.

I finally got a copy of Footstomping Graffiti off the net and after listening, it is certainly not their best show, but not bad either. Page is sloppy but not as out of key as noted in other reviews. Plant is hoarse too, but knowing the volume levels they worked at in those days, who would notice? I was not there as I was 12 and not allowed to go hang around a bunch of degenerate hippies then. Get Footstomping and listen for yourself.