Thursday, 3 May 2018

Led Zeppelin [1971.09.03] Listen To This Artie! (3CD)






Led Zeppelin
'Listen To This Artie!' (3CD)
(2011 A Group/Personal Project)
Madison Square Garden
New York City, NY, USA
Friday September 3rd, 1971


Good Remastered Audience Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=lz19710903d1
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=lz19710903d2
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=lz19710903d3
http://www.ledzepconcerts.com/concertdates/cd.php?id=lz19710903
http://www.rambleonzep.com/dates/1971-09-03.htm
http://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/september-3-1971
http://www.rambleonzep.com/dates/info/1971-09-03ListenToThisArtie.htm
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/Setpage.aspx?Showid=293
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/speechpage.aspx?showid=293

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
01. Introduction / Immigrant Song
02. Heartbreaker
03. Since I've Been Loving You
04. Black Dog
05. Dazed And Confused
Disc 2:
01. Stairway To Heaven
02. Celebration Day
03. That's The Way
04. Going To California
05. What Is And What Should Never Be
06. Moby Dick
Disc 3:
01. Whole Lotta Love
02. Communication Breakdown
03. Organ solo / Thank You
04. Been A Long Time / Rock And Roll

Listen To This Artie! is an "audience recording merge and remaster". The double CD was recorded at Madison Square Garden in New York City on September 3rd, 1971, two months before the group would finish Led Zeppelin IV (Zoso), and the discs are edited together from two different tape sources, both from the audience, including someone named Artie, who is recognized in the title of the boot. This is pretty much 100% of the show with the exception of some audio cuts due to the nature of analog recording at the time, including "Going To California". "Rock And Roll" was still called "Been A Long Time", as announced by Robert Plant. As you will hear, the volume in some sections may seem low but that's due to the creators of this disc living in excessive crowd sounds from the recording, including hand clapping during "Moby Dick" and people talking near the taper. Highlights include the group including "You Shook Me" as part of their "Whole Lotta Love" medley. -Original

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