A recording has been released of a never-before-heard Led Zeppelin show from 1972

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A recording has been unofficially released online of a previously unheard Led Zeppelin show.

A tape of Led Zeppelin’s December 3, 1972 performance at Green’s Playhouse in Glasgow was discovered late last year and emerged online on February 13.

The recording is the first time that the show has been heard, as no other recordings of the performance have emerged until now.

A tape of the band’s December 4 performance at the same venue has already been released.

The recording of the December 3 show was announced in a private Facebook group in December.

Here’s the setlist of the show, according to the recording:

  1. Rock And Roll
  2. Over The Hills And Far Away
  3. Black Dog
  4. Misty Mountain Hop
  5. Since I’ve Been Loving You
  6. Dancing Days
  7. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
  8. The Song Remains The Same
  9. The Rain Song
  10. Dazed And Confused
  11. Stairway To Heaven
  12. Whole Lotta Love
  13. Immigrant Song
  14. Heartbreaker
  15. Crowd Noise
  16. Mellotron Solo / Thank You

You can read more about the show on the official Led Zeppelin website here.

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3 Comments on "A recording has been released of a never-before-heard Led Zeppelin show from 1972"

  1. Melleton solo .very exciteing news

  2. I don’t care for any of Saving Grace’s music. Just because Plant is part of the band doesn’t make them a hit. I could understand that Plant doesn’t want to keep playing the same music for 50 years, or if he can’t hit the extended high notes any longer. But Zeppelin could write new music, or I suppose they could retire. I love Zeppelin and seen them perform live.

  3. Every time other than the o2 back 07 show he s turned down offers Jimmy an jonesy just do some new material.i ve seen the. Thru out sseventies it died when bonham died

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