A lost live recording of ‘Dazed And Confused’ from 1969 was published online

A long-lost recording of Led Zeppelin performing “Dazed And Confused” in Amsterdam on October 5, 1969 was posted online.

The 13-minute clip was recorded by a fan from a TV broadcast of the song on November 12, 1969 on the Dutch television show “Dit is het begin” (“This is the beginning”) shown on the VARA network.

The recording was published online by Mark McFall, the founder of the Zepfan memorabilia website and host of the Zepfan podcast. He recently interviewed me, LedZepNews founder James Cook, in this podcast episode.

The latest episode of the podcast sees McFall interview Michael Gillespie who taped Led Zeppelin’s April 12, 1970 performance in Bloomington, Minnesota. You can listen to that episode on Spotify here and on Apple Podcasts here.

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3 Comments on "A lost live recording of ‘Dazed And Confused’ from 1969 was published online"

  1. I bet there is a lot of music from led Zeppelin out there that has not been found yet it’s just a matter of someone finding it

  2. No there isn’t.

  3. It would be nice if it was
    I love zeppelin so much 💓. No other bands can ever come close.

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