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Led Zeppelin - BBC Broadcast

Led Zeppelin - BBC Broadcast

Performer: Led Zeppelin
Title: BBC Broadcast
Style: Blues Rock, Hard Rock
Released: 1972
Cat#: LZ-537
Country: US
Label: Trade Mark Of Quality
Size MP3 version: 1753 mb
Size FLAC version: 2951 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 570
Genre: Rock

Led Zeppelin - BBC Broadcast


1Going To California
2Stairway To Heaven
3Whole Lotta Love
4What Is And What Should Never Be
5Dazed And Confused
6Communication Breakdown


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LZ-537Led Zeppelin BBC Broadcast ‎(LP, Unofficial, Pur)Trade Mark Of QualityLZ-537US1972
B2046Led Zeppelin BBC Concert ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial)Berkeley RecordsB2046US1975
LZ-537Led Zeppelin BBC Broadcast ‎(LP, Unofficial)Trade Mark Of QualityLZ-537US1972
3646Led Zeppelin BBC ZEP ‎(LP, Mono, Unofficial)Contra Band Music3646US1972
LZ-537Led Zeppelin BBC Broadcast ‎(LP, Unofficial, Tra)Box Top RecordsLZ-537US1984


Concert at Paris Theatre, London, United Kingdom 1st April 1971.


  • Recorded At – Paris Theatre, London


BBC Sessions is a compilation album featuring studio sessions and a live concert recorded by English rock group Led Zeppelin for the BBC. It was released on 11 November 1997, by Atlantic Records. Disc one consists of material from four different 1969 BBC sessions. Disc two contains most of the 1 April 1971 concert from the Paris Theatre in London. Led Zeppelin were an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The group consisted of vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, bassistkeyboardist John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. Their untitled fourth studio album, commonly known as Led Zeppelin IV 1971, and featuring the song Stairway to Heaven, is among the most popular and influential works in rock music, and helped to secure the group's popularity. Page wrote most of Led Zeppelin's music, particularly early in their career, while Plant generally supplied the lyrics. Completa la tua Collezione su Led Complete BBC Sessions, an updated and newly remastered version with eight unreleased BBC recordings and including three rescued from a previously Sessions. Live, Import. Led Zeppelin Format: Audio CD. 23 tunes culled from Led Zep's legendary live performances for the BBC in 1969 and 1971, handpicked and remastered by Jimmy Page to include favorites Dazed and Confused Communication Breakdown Whole Lotta Love from their first four albums as well as two tunes unreleased by the band in any form, Eddie Cochran's Something Else and Sleepy John Estes' The Girl I. Some of these tracks weren't even broadcast . Communication Breakdown Live on Tasty Pop Sundae from BBC Sessions 2016 Remaster. Led Zeppelin. The Complete BBC Sessions. Автор: Jimmy Page - John Paul Jones - John Bonham. Dazed and Confused 32369 Top Gear 2016 Remaster. If the 1969 sessions were Zeppelin figuring out who they were, the 1971 sessions were Led Zeppelin figuring out who they werent. Broadcast on BBC Radio Ones In Concert on April 4, 1971, and famously featuring the first-ever version of Stairway to Heaven eight months before the release of Led Zeppelin IV, the second disc features the band stepping into the vast musical expanse they had laid before themselves. III was released the previous October and was their first shot at pushing beyond their blooze rep to more vivid folk influences. Led Zeppelin's BBC sessions were among the most popular bootleg items of the rock & roll era, appearing on a myriad of illegal records and CDs. They were all the more popular because of the lack of official Led Zeppelin live albums, especially since The Song Remains the Same failed to capture the essence of the band. For anyone who hadn't heard the recordings, the mystique of Zeppelin's BBC sessions was somewhat mystifying, but the official 1997 release of the double-disc BBC Sessions offered revelations for any fan who hadn't yet heard this music. Led Zeppelin -The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair Live on Tasty Pop Sundae from BBC Sessions. Led Zeppelin -What Is and What Should Never Be 29669 Top Gear. Jimmy Page reminisces about Led Zeppelin's BBC sessions, collected in a new expanded reissue. Ross Halfin. On June 29th, 1969, the British DJ John Peel opened Top Gear, his progressive-rock program on the BBCs Radio One, by spinning the Rolling Stones new single Honky Tonk Women. We were doing stuff from the third album, starting with Immigrant Song and all that. The audience is really there for us, as opposed to us just being part of the overall thing. Later, when it was broadcast on the BBC and syndicated in America, songs were cut such as Since Ive Been Loving You and Black Dog