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Led Zeppelin
Summer of Love
July 1, 1969







Title: Summer Of Love
Label: Beelzebub Records
Artwork included

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Disc 1: Schaeffer Music Festival, Central Park, New York City, NY, 21 July 1969
Disc 2: Mid-West Rock Festival, State Fair Park, West Allis, Milwaukee, WI, 25 July 1969

Disc 1:
1-The Train Kept A' Rollin'
2-I Can't Quit You
3-Dazed And Confused
4-You Shook Me
5-White Summer - Black Mountain Side
6-How Many More Times Medley
7-Communication Breakdown

Disc 2 :
1-The Train Kept A' Rollin'
2-I Can't Quit You
3-Dazed And Confused
4-White Summer - Black Mountain Side
5-How Many More Times Medley
6-Communication Breakdown


Nice combo of two hot , summer of '69 outdoor performances. I didn't have a previous version of Central
Park for comparison but the West Allis WI set is a definite improvement over TDOLZ Stroll On. Enjoy!


Short review from UU:

This release neatly brings together two electrifying concerts that came right after one another in July
1969. The band played many of the festivals in the USA that took place in 1969 (with the notable exception
of a small gathering in Upstate New York in August 1969). The concert in New York's Central Park was a
classic, with incredible paying by the band. However Robert Plant excelled himself with reaching some
incredibly high notes at the end of You Shook Me, with Jimmy Page's guitar. The How Many More Times Medley
was superb, with The Woody Woodpecker Song thrown in for good measure, and a rather sexually explicit
Lemon Song. The sound on this release is very punchy, with good bass and is a very clear recording.
A few days later, the band are in the Midwest, at another music festival. A very similar set list, but
the sound on this recording is even better than the one from New York. This is nice and clear, powerful
and punchy, with very good bass. Whilst the performance is not quite as good as the one in New York a few
days previously, any concert from 1969 is pretty amazing.
The packaging for this release is perhaps the best yet from this label. A gatefold card sleeved slipcase
in colour. Inside the sleeves there are the posters for both concerts reproduced, and the picture discs
are extremely attractive. All in all a very nice and desirable release. (Jamie Boswell May 06)


LZ - 1969-07-21 NYC mp3.rar - FileFactory

LZ - 1969-07-25 Milwaukee WI mp3.rar - FileFactory

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