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Led Zeppelin

Previews & Novelties (Equinox)

1971, May 3 - Monday

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Venue: K. B. Hallen

1. Immigrant Song
2. Heartbreaker
3. Since I’ve Been Loving You
4. Dazed and Confused
5. Out On the Tiles (introduction) / Black Dog
6. Stairway To Heaven
7. Going To California
8. That’s the Way
9. What Is and What Should Never Be
10. Four Sticks
11. Gallows Pole
12. Whole Lotta Love
13. Communication Breakdown
14. Misty Mountain Hop
15. Rock and Roll

BootLedZ.Com Review
Copenhagen 1971 (Cobra), In Concert In Copenhagen (Empress Valley), K, B (Image Quality),
Loove! (Tarantura), Previews & Novelties (Equinox), & The 2nd European Tour (Whole Lotta Live)
The Whole Lotta Live title is a direct copy of Tarantura.
Equinox is the only title not cut 15 minutes into Dazed and Confused.
Tarantura is missing 4 seconds of tape at the cut.
IQ has a second of silence at the cut but does not seem to be missing any time.
Equinox is the only title that doesn't have a short sentence pasted after Gallows Pole.
The sentence is not found anywhere else on these titles. It does seem to be from the same tape source.
All titles are cut after Communication Breakdown, but Tarantura is missing almost 10 seconds of tape and then repeats 5 seconds.
EV has all of the usual cuts, plus two extra. It too is cut during the 15th minute of Dazed and the short sentence after Gallows Pole. This title does have 8 extra seconds of tape after Black Dog before being cut, but it could possibly be the result of good editing.
Equinox has a few extra seconds of tape after the show than the others.
"Previews & Novelties" sounds a tiny bit better than IQ and EV, but Tarantura sounds a tiny bit better than Equinox.
The sound differences are not likely due to a difference in generation of tape.

What makes this show stand out is Gallows Pole and Four Sticks are played this evening

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