A previously unheard recording of Led Zeppelin’s Bloomington 1975 show emerged online


A previously unheard audience recording of Led Zeppelin’s January 18, 1975 performance in Bloomington, Minnesota has emerged online.

The tape was released online by the Dogs of Doom group which has previously tracked down and released a series of unheard recordings, videos and photographs including a tape of Led Zeppelin’s 1969 Atlanta Pop show and an audience recording of San Francisco November 7, 1969 performance.

This newly released audience recording comes after parts of a soundboard tape of the same Bloomington show emerged online in February last year.

The audience tape, recorded by Don R and released by the Dogs of Doom group, misses out “In My Time Of Dying” and the encore songs “Whole Lotta Love” and “Black Dog” according to the entry for the show on Led Zeppelin’s official website.

Listen to the newly released audience recording below:

The full tracklist for the tape is below:

  1. Introduction
  2. Rock And Roll
  3. Sick Again
  4. Over The Hills And Far Away
  5. When The Levee Breaks
  6. The Song Remains The Same
  7. The Rain Song
  8. Kashmir
  9. The Wanton Song
  10. No Quarter
  11. Trampled Underfoot
  12. Moby Dick
  13. Stairway To Heaven (cut)

Here’s a collection of the soundboard snippets from the same show that were released online last year:

Here’s the tracklist for the soundboard portions embedded above:

  1. Introduction
  2. The Song Remains The Same
  3. The Rain Song
  4. Kashmir
  5. The Wanton Song (cut)
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2 Comments on "A previously unheard recording of Led Zeppelin’s Bloomington 1975 show emerged online"

  1. Manuel Alfredo Escalante | 3rd May 2021 at 6:18 am | Reply

    To Whom it may Concern : For my personal opinion Led Zeppelin is the most famous rock &Roll amazing Band in the world, since I was a teenager I always admired this Group. and I follow all their concerts and public concerts, they have an excepptional style for development classic and all kind of rock and roll music,so I think there is no one Band with this strong style that we can enjoy for generations trough the yeras since last century and this millenials century.

  2. mark bendickson | 21st June 2021 at 3:28 am | Reply

    I was at this show.
    They only played a snippet of “Whole Lotta Love’.
    “Kashmir” was very impressive.
    Jimmy Page had a large white bandage on one of fingers.
    My friends and actually booed a little at the end of the show (Im ashamed to say….and we were entitled pricks…)…because the announcer (Richard Cole, I believe)…promised “3 hours” of music….and the show was considerably shorter than that…..

    I was front row at St. Paul show, 1977……EPIC.

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