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K. B. Hallen - February 28, 1970

  • Includes: Dazed and Confused, Heartbreaker, White Summer / Black Mountainside, Since I've Been Loving You, Organ solo / Thank You, Moby Dick, How Many More Times (medley incl. Boogie Chillen', Move On Down the Line, Cocaine Blues, Bottle Up 'n Go, Bye Bye Baby), Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown, C'mon Everybody, Something Else, Bring It On Home, Long Tall Sally.
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on September 21, 2007 - 8:23am
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February 28, 1970
Copenhagen
Denmark
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Setlist: 

Includes: Dazed and Confused, Heartbreaker, White Summer / Black Mountainside, Since I've Been Loving You, Organ solo / Thank You, Moby Dick, How Many More Times (medley incl. Boogie Chillen', Move On Down the Line, Cocaine Blues, Bottle Up 'n Go, Bye Bye Baby), Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown, C'mon Everybody, Something Else, Bring It On Home, Long Tall Sally.

Note: 

Led Zeppelin are billed as "The Nobs", due to an irate relative of the Zeppelin airship family, Eva Von Zeppelin, who threatens to sue the group if they use their name in her home country.

Jimmy Page: "Then we shall call ourselves The Nobs when we go to Copenhagen, the whole thing is absurd. The first time we played we invited her backstage to meet us, to see how we were nice young lads. We calmed her down but on leaving the studio, she saw our LP cover of an airship in flames and she exploded! I had to run and hide. She just blew her top." (Melody Maker)

Notes: 

Led Zeppelin are billed as "The Nobs", due to an irate relative of the Zeppelin airship family, Eva Von Zeppelin, who threatens to sue the group if they use their name in her home country.

Jimmy Page: "Then we shall call ourselves The Nobs when we go to Copenhagen, the whole thing is absurd. The first time we played we invited her backstage to meet us, to see how we were nice young lads. We calmed her down but on leaving the studio, she saw our LP cover of an airship in flames and she exploded! I had to run and hide. She just blew her top." (Melody Maker)

Setlists: 

Includes: Dazed and Confused, Heartbreaker, White Summer / Black Mountainside, Since I've Been Loving You, Organ solo / Thank You, Moby Dick, How Many More Times (medley incl. Boogie Chillen', Move On Down the Line, Cocaine Blues, Bottle Up 'n Go, Bye Bye Baby), Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown, C'mon Everybody, Something Else, Bring It On Home, Long Tall Sally.

Comments

Argenteum Astrum's picture

Another excellent early 1970 show ... the concert is complete except for the first two songs missing from the tape, but those are not available anywhere. Jimmy's playing is out of this world on Dazed And Confused and Heartbreaker, but this show belongs to the rhythm section! Jones and Bonham are simply amazing throughout. A nice batch of encores after the great How Many More Times Medley, including two great Eddie Cochran songs ... Before the last encore Plant said to the audience: "We'd like to say thank you very much for receiving us back again, after last time we came here with Country Joe And The Fish. We've gotta say that I don't think we've changed much, but an incredible change in playing. We'd like to dedicate this to the wonderful clubs in Copenhagen, and until we come back again this is how we'd like you to remember us."

Frode Mikael Petersen's picture

I was there, and heard a fantastic band who played my socks off.
When they tried to finish the concert by turning on the light in the Concert hall, we just kept on clapping our hands ond stomped our fett, ´till they came back for extra numbers to play.

This concert still remains as a musical memory never to be forgotten.

I tried to get tickets for the O2 concert, but was not lucky, and have not yet found any good live material from that venue.

Frode

Henrik Simonsen's picture

I was there, 12 years old (wonder how my parents allowed me!). My first rock concert. I went with my good friend Morten Klimer, and we had a fantastic experience. I still remember the band playing Whole Lotta Love which was a track from the album to come as well as Good Times, Bad Times and many more. I have ever since been a Led Zeppelin fan. The same year, I went to concerts with Canned Heat, Muddy Waters and even had bought tickets to the, unfortunallely canceled concert with The Doors. Furthermore, we went to many concerts with mant Danish bands. What a way to become a teenager! But the concert with "The Nobs" outperformed them all on a cold winters night.
All the memories flushed as I went to a local concert with Danish (gifted) Led Zeppelin Jam two days ago in Randers. My ears are still ringing from tinnitus, but I felt fourty years younger for 90 minutes! Even the teenagers were captured by the heavy rythm section and, of course, everybody sang on loud while the band played "Stairway To Heaven"

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