April 3, 1977
Oklahoma City, OK US
The Song Remains The Same, (The Rover intro) Sick Again, Nobody's Fault But Mine, In My Time of Dying, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, Ten Years Gone, Battle of Evermore, Going to California, Black Country Woman, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir, (Out On the Tiles intro) Moby Dick, Jimmy Page solo, Achilles Last Stand, Stairway to Heaven, Rock and Roll, Trampled Underfoot.
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Press Review: Hit-Packed Zeppelin Throbs at Myriad
Led Zeppelin throbbed with a vengeance Sunday night at the Myriad Convention center.
Britain’s notorious heavy-metal virtuosos masterfully assaulted the capacity crowd with a hit-packed program accentuated with lengthy and frequent solos.
Zeppelin hasn’t been on the road in two years. Oklahoma City was, however, their second date on a current US tour.
The group is remarkably tight musically and appears in as good form as ever, searing and thunderously loud. It’s brutal, aggressive and embodies a paganistic rawness. That “aura” surrounds them completely.
Zeppelin fans know what the group is capable of and demand it Sunday with almost masochistic pleasure.
The first hour and a half of the program began as a warm-up for the deafening, spontaneous musical offerings to come.
Lead singer Robert Plant from his recent bout of tonsillitis, brought forth the Rain Song (?) with driving power.
He showed no signs of difficulty with other pulsating selections from the group’s Physical Graffiti album. Plant acted the bona fide super star. With shirt torn to the navel, he sashayed across the stage like a prize winning rooster.
But lead guitarist and the group’s founder, Jimmy Page, had his moment to prove why he is considered one of the best musicians in rock.
A spectacular stage show came with No Quarter, which featured keyboardist John Paul Jones engulfed in a multicolored fog which rolled over the stage and into the audience.
Green fluorescent lasers all the while flashed oscillating oval forms on the ceiling. The crowd cheered as it had done almost continuously since the start of the concert.
Zeppelin continued with Ten Years Gone and went into a second half program which spotlighted solos by Page and Jones.
Drummer John Bonham performed an exhausting but stupendous solo. He provides the “heavy” to the “metal”.
The spirit of Led Zeppelin is, musically, “to let it all out”. It gave all three hours worth to a well-pleased audience Sunday. [P.Upton / Daily Oklahoman/4/4/77]