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Led Zeppelin DVD
Just as the same year’s How The West Was Won would become the audio replacement for The Song Remains The Same album release, the 2003 Led Zeppelin two-disc DVD set was the definitive document of Led Zeppelin’s incredible stage shows. Covering Led Zeppelin’s entire touring career from 1969–79, there’s plenty of TV appearances and interview footage. The biggest selling points, however, are the entire Royal Albert Hall performance from 9 January 1970, Earls Court footage from 25 May 1975 and footage from Led Zeppelin’s first Knebworth homecoming show, 4 August 1979.
How The West Was Won
The live album that every Led Zeppelin fan had been waiting for, How The West Was Won (No. 5 UK, No. 1 US) presented the best recordings from two concerts recorded in 1972 (25 June, The Forum, and 27 June, Los Angeles and Long Beach Arena) where, arguably, the group were at their live peak. By mixing the best of both shows, the triple-album didn’t contain a dud moment. Instead it provided a two-and-a-half-hour document of what Led Zeppelin could do when they were on top form.
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