Average: 4.3 (28 votes)

January 12, 1975

Brussels, BE

Vorst Nationaal


Rock and Roll, Sick Again, Over the Hills and Far Away, When the Levee Breaks, The Song Remains the Same, Rain Song, Kashmir, The Wanton Song, No Quarter, Trampled Underfoot, In My Time of Dying, Stairway to Heaven, Whole Lotta Love, Black Dog, Communication Breakdown.


Backstage, Robert Plant is interviewed for BBC television by Bob Harris before the show. (Available on the Led Zeppelin 2003 dvd)


Online Translation: What always strikes from Led Zeppelin, the climate created by a rock machine that bursts of power still young and has its moments of poetry and lyricism. Each of the four band members formed here now seven, is in itself an essential part, in determining the originality of Led Zeppelin. And there is in this music as a combination of soul and heart, with a beautiful and vast intelligence technique, whereby most naturally flows from a developed world and rock end, where humor eventually may play a role.

What appears, of course, in the foreground, is dialogue guitarist Jimmy Page and singer Robert Plant. Musician using the latest electro-acoustic discoveries, able to beautifully combine the most delicate melodies with rock "hard" emotionally intense, Jimmy Page has a way of exposing him to the theme, to linger a bit before launching into a discourse where ideas grow each other, where great lyrical movements abruptly gave way to brief crackles, a devastating rampage. The voice and gesture Robert Plant complete to give all an irresistible impression of purity.

Led Zeppelin opened Sunday night at the Forest National in Brussels a European tour that will not pass this year by Paris. The band played a number of songs written for the next album, sometimes giving the impression of trying to get out of the way in which it has so far installed properly reinforced, even if attempts were unsuccessful evident.  [THE WORLD | 17.01.1975  | FLEOUTER CLAUDE]

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