Led Zeppelin (2/Cd) Boston Tea Party 1969

Led Zeppelin (2/Cd) Boston Tea Party 1969
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Led Zeppelin (2/Cd) Boston Tea Party 1969
While Japan has a history of more than 2,600 years since the imperial prince of Jinmu, the United States is an emerging country that is less than 150 years since the independence war of 1775. Until then the United States was a British territory. Soviet country Britain’s colonial policy is unilateral in that only the home country gets moist, and in that respect the difference from the assimilation policy Japan has made against Korea and Taiwan is remarkable. In 1773, the residents of Boston, who were dissatisfied with British colonial policy, overturned the box of tea which was the cargo of the British East India Company, which had been berthing in the harbor, to the sea. There was a case. It is only a matter of dumping the box of tea into the sea a little, but this is reported to posterity as a case symbolizing the American Independence Revolution. It is the “Boston Tea Party Incident” that it says to the world.

Speaking of Boston · Tea Party generally refers to the “Boston Tea Party Incident” in 1773. This incident was to refurbish the building which was originally used as a church, which will be proud in the local as an indication of the enthusiasm for the independence of residents of Boston, to a concert venue, The name of the venue was named “Boston Tea Party” after this incident. It was in 1967.

Originally it was a small local concert venue and an event venue anywhere, where a musician without a local name appeared, but soon the famous musician began playing here. Neil Young, Jimihen, Floyd, Zappa, The Band, Cream, Who … Fleetwood Mac is performing live album recording at this place (although it was released much later) . The Boston Tea Party as a live venue was closely linked with the psychedelic movement of the time, and along with San Francisco’s Fillmore West, Philadelphia Electric Factory, he established a position as a rock sacred place. And it was in 1969 that we led by Led Zeppelin at the Boston Tea Party here.

The Zeppelin of an early age still performs on 4 consecutive days at Boston Tea Party from January 23 to 26, 1969. To see the state in the opening at the time that is posted on the back jacket of this work, you can see that a large audience is packing as much space as possible without having a cone at a very narrow venue. It seems that the mobilization power of Zeppelin was supplemented by 4 consecutive performances at this time. Unfortunately, from the 4 consecutive performances, it is unearthed that the sound sources of January 24 and January 25 are. Fortunately, however, the sound source of January 23 of the first day and January 26 of the last day is left with high sound quality. This work is a collection of Boston · Tea Party performances of both January 23 and January 26, 1969.

[Performed January 26, 1969] The sound source of this day is left as a complete recording with a concert high quality sound. Sound quality is wonderful as well as content, it is one of the sound sources that represent the beginning. The opening is “The Train Kept A Rollin ‘” which plays the adoribu full of distorted guitar in the intro. A long intro is added, and Jimmy is spinning inpro without worrying even if a familiar Bonzo drum enters. And then it enters the song from a long intro with Robert ‘s signal. Anyway, Jimmy is the best performance transmitted, and while mistakes are found in the middle, while inserting the basic phrase, inserting ad libs everywhere, it has become very listening comprehensive. After a momentary silence, Robert’s screams resound within a narrow venue. “I Can not Quit You”. Here again Jimmy will be the leading role. With a long guitar solo fingers are smooth without rest and the fingers move freely as if the finger moves arbitrarily. Robert introduces the third song as “The next song is Killing Floor”, but this is a prototype that comes out to the world as “Lemon Song” later. However, the songs are nearly complete and there is no big difference. Just a intense prelude has been added to the intro, and at the beginning I do not know what the song is. There is a part relaxing in guitar solo though it is fluffy, but it is mysterious because it also seems to be a taste to Zeppelin of this momentous period.

“Dazed And Confused” which was constantly highlighted through Zeppelin’s career has only been playing for about 12 minutes at this point. Of course there may be other long-awaited songs, but it will be valuable also in that “after being dazzled” developed after more than 30 minutes is played in a manner similar to the prototype . It is also an unusual listening place where John Paul Jones plays bass two bass shortly in the intro. “You Shook Me” is a somewhat slapstroke performance, but the gutter phrase that draws the tail and the vocal that sticks around is devised, and the feeling of feeling of the song is emphasized. This song is also played as a long time comparable to “dazzled” for as much as 12 minutes.

“Communication Breakdown” of this day is also unusual, this time only arrange. While the performance itself is as short as 4 and a half minutes, the first 1 minute and 20 seconds is a long intro to the Improvisation. I have never heard of such arrangements. From the long intro, he enters the famous riff, as if to rush, it rushes into the song as if it were going to run. If it thinks whether it is a performance that can be enjoyed by those who are used to listening to “Communication Breakdown” in other lives, such as breaking down the tempo halfway on the way and then going to the ending again violently.

Jimmy ‘s solo “White Summer” is put in between, and the band moves to “Babe I’ m Gonna Leave You”. This song has no record recorded only during this period, it is a song that will not be played at all until the dissolution after 1970. Therefore it is a major factor of motivation to collect live 1969. From serendipity to motion, to stillness it is a song with a composition that shades go and go rather than strength, and it makes me feel like peeking at the depths of the live of Zeppelin, which was thickly veiled in 1969. The end of Disk 1 is “Pat’s Delight”. This is a song to charm Bonzo drum solo that will be continued as “Moby Dick” later. The prelude by the band is unique to this song, and this one can only be heard in 1969.

The end of the concert is “How Many More Times”. Even among the long songs, this day has become a performance for 15 minutes. Robert is introducing members on the intro’s melody. Like the “Whole Lotta Love” of the later years, it was not a composition that sandwiching the various songs in the medley with the back and forth, but a purely long solo was continued, it was such a long time passed.

[Performed on January 23, 1969] Schedule is here first, but since only 7 songs have been confirmed on this day, it is recorded in the second half of disc 2 like a bonus track. As mentioned above, in Boston Tea Party 4 consecutive performances in January 1969, only two performances recorded in this work can be heard now. The performance on January 23 is as good as 26th, but noteworthy is that it is playing “As Long As I Have You”. It is unknown whether I did play on January 26, but no sound source was left. However, from the fact that it was recorded on the first day, there might have been a minor change in the set list on that day. Even without it, there is a possibility that the set list has been intentionally added to the set list just as a continuous performance in the same venue. In any case, the feature on this first day is that I play “As Long As I Have You”. While the members are tuning on the stage, the moderator quietly introduces Zeppelin. The introduction of the opening “Train Kept A Rollin ‘” comes over at the timing of whether the introduction words end or not. Buck is doing fine, but Robert is somewhat restrained singing. Normally, I will enter “I Can not Quit You” without getting a haircut from this song, but it is unusual for Robert to have MC after the performance on this day. I’m speaking a simple greetings and the introduction of the next song for quite a while. Although I can not tell from sound sources alone, I wonder if there is a problem with equipment or something and I am doing a bridge knight.

And “As Long As I Have You” is. There are days to play depending on the day, but in the 1969 concert it is an unpublished piece that is one of the highlights. Basically the structure is like that, basically it is like a scene of each member, like a battle with each member’s character, with a screaming vocal and a violent guitar playing a series of dancing bass, dancing bass, Impro Because it is a song that can be made to show, it shows different expressions for each performance.

After this, “Dazed And Confused” is abridged. Jimmy in the intro is giving out an unusual strange sound. You can see that the performances are quite different, compared with the performance on the 26th on the day near Disk 1. It is a song that should be called the real pleasure of Zeppelin Live this time. Unfortunately the performance on the 23rd is “You Shook Me” and the second half has not been excavated.

【THE BOSTON TEA PARTY 1969】 This work has recorded the first day and the last day in high sound quality from the Boston Tea Party’s 4th consecutive performance which was held in January 1969. Since it is an old tape for nearly 50 years anyway, it takes quite a while to restore. First of all, with respect to the pitch, it is perfectly adjusted, so it is possible to appreciate the momentary performance at that time with accurate speed. Next is the sound quality, perhaps it is one of the best as an audience in 1969. Especially, the sound source of the last day January 26 was high quality sound famous for a long time ago, it is a point to mention that it was CDized with accurate pitch and perfect contents. In both cases, the one that was transferred from the 1st Generation Tape to the DAT for saving is the master, so it can be said that it is the highest sound quality that can be considered at the moment.

Among Zeppelin’s maniacs there are people who advocate “the strongest theory of 1969”. Certainly, listening to this work is a truly tremendous performance that you can recognize that it is the theory that shoots righteousness. I would like you to listen to the performance of young Zeppelin with the strongest performance, not the strongest vandalism of the strongest time in the strongest times

BOSTON TEA PARTY, BOSTON MA U.S.A. January 26, 1969 DISC ONE 01. Train Kept A Rollin’ 02. I Can’t Quit You 03. Killing Floor 04. Dazed And Confused 05. You Shook Me 06. Communication Breakdown 07. White Summer – Black Mountain Side 08. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You 09. Pat’s Delight

DISC TWO 01. How Many More Times

BOSTON TEA PARTY, BOSTON MA U.S.A. January 23, 1969 02. Introduction 03. Train Kept A Rollin’ 04. I Can’t Quit You 05. As Long As I Have You 06. Dazed And Confused 07. You Shook Me Wendy. WECD-268/269