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MessageSujet: Le tout premier concert   Ven 17 Oct - 5:07

Celui-ci fut donné le 15 octobre 1968 (donc , il y a tout juste 40 ans ) à Surrey , University selon On Tour With Led Zeppelin sous l'appellation "The New Yardbirds" .
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MessageSujet: Re: Le tout premier concert   Ven 17 Oct - 8:10

En ce lieu même , il y aurait eu aussi un concert le 25 octobre sous l'appellation The New Yardbirds . Ce gig n'apparaît pas sur la gig-list d' Howard Mylett pour laquelle j'ai tout de même repéré quelques petites erreurs de dates .



Ce serait en réalité le premier concert sous le nom "LED ZEPPELIN" . Voir ci- dessous .


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MessageSujet: Re: Le tout premier concert   Ven 17 Oct - 8:16

New Yardbirds Scandinavian Tour
September 7, 1968 - September 17, 1968

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SEPTEMBER 7 - TEEN CLUBS BOX 45, GLADSAXE, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK (SATURDAY, EARLY SHOW, START AT 7:30pm)
Billed as Yardbirds. Support from Fourways and Bodies.
SEPTEMBER 7 - BRONDY POP CLUB, NORREGARDHALLEN, BRONDBY, DENMARK (SATURDAY, LATE SHOW, START AT 7:30pm)
Billed as The Yardbirds. Support from Day Of The Phoenix, The Eyes, and Ham. It's strange how both 9/7/68 shows were advertised as starting at 19:30pm.
SEPTEMBER 8 - REVENTLOW PARKEN, NYKOBING LOLLAND, DENMARK (SUNDAY, EARLY SHOW AT 4pm)
Support from The Beatniks and The Ladybirds.
SEPTEMBER 8 - FJORDVILLA CLUB PARAMOUNT, ROSKILDE, DENMARK (SUNDAY, LATE SHOW)
Billed as Yard Birds. Support from The Ladybirds, an all girl topless go-go dancing team, and Beauty Fools.
SEPTEMBER 12 - STORA SCENEN, GRONA LUND, AMUSEMENT PARK, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN (THURSDAY 9:30pm)
Billed as Yardbirds.
SEPTEMBER 13 - INSIDE CLUB, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN (FRIDAY)
Billed as Yardbirds. Support from Atlantic Ocean.
SEPTEMBER 14 - ANGBY PARKDANS, KNIVSTA UPPSALA, SWEDEN (SATURDAY 8:30pm)
Billed as The Yardbirds.
SEPTEMBER 15 - STJARNSCENEN, LISEBURG, AMUSEMENT PARK, GOTEBORG, SWEDEN (SATURDAY 7:30pm)
Billed as Yardbirds pop band.
SEPTEMBER 17 - KLUB BONGO, MALMO, SWEDEN (TUESDAY)
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Led Zeppelin First U.K. Clubs Tour
October 4, 1968 - December 20, 1968

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OCTOBER 4 - MAYFAIR BALLROOM, NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND (FRIDAY, START AT 8pm)
Billed as The Yardbirds. Support from Terry Reid's Fantasia, Junco Partners, and Downtown Fraction.
OCTOBER 15 - SURREY UNIVERSITY HALLS, GUILDFORD SURREY, ENGLAND (TUESDAY)
Billed as The Yardbirds.
OCTOBER 18 - MARQUEE CLUB, LONDON, ENGLAND (FRIDAY)
Billed as The Yardbirds. Support from Sleepy.
OCTOBER 19 - LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY, LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND (SATURDAY)
Billed as The Yardbirds. mentioned that this will be the last appearance of the band as "The Yardbirds" and that they will be known as "Led Zeppelin" from Sunday, 10/20/68 on.
OCTOBER 25 - SURREY UNIVERSITY HALLS, GUILDFORD SURREY, ENGLAND (FRIDAY 7:30pm)
Billed as The New Yardbirds. Led Zeppelin debut. Despite the "New Yardbirds" poster, all media references to this gig list the band as "Led Zeppelin".
OCTOBER 26 - BRISTOL BOXING CLUB, BRISTOL, ENGLAND (concert truncated due to the rowdy audience) (Supposed to be Exeter but not confirmed.) (SATURDAY)
Billed as Led Zeppelin for the first time.
NOVEMBER 9 - ROUNDHOUSE, CHALK FARM, DAGENHAM, LONDON, ENGLAND (SATURDAY, START AT 10:30pm)
Billed as Yardbirds now known as Led Zeppelin. Support from John Lee Hooker, The Deviants, John James, Tyres, and DJ Jeff Dexter. The 11/9/68 Roundhouse gig questions whether the gig was actually played on that date, and has 11/11/68 as a possible date. However, it has been noted that the band did in fact play the Roundhouse the day Robert Plant married Maureen -- on 11/9/68. An advertisement also exists with 11/9/68 as the date of the Roundhouse gig.
NOVEMBER 16 - COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, MANCHESTER, ENGLAND (THURSDAY)
Billed as The Yardbirds.
NOVEMBER 23 - SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY, SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND (SATURDAY)
NOVEMBER 29 - CRAWDADDY ATHLETIC CLUB, RICHMOND, SURREY, ENGLAND (FRIDAY)
Billed as Led Zeppelin (formerly New Yardbirds).
DECEMBER 10 - MARQUEE CLUB, LONDON, ENGLAND (TUESDAY)
Billed as Led Zeppelin (nee The Yardbirds). Support from Bakerloo Blues Line.
DECEMBER 13 - BRIDGE PLACE COUNTRY CLUB, BRIDGE NR. CANTERBURY, ENGLAND (FRIDAY)
Billed as The Yardbirds on handbill, Led Zeppelin on advertisement.
DECEMBER 16 - BATH PAVILION, BATH, ENGLAND (MONDAY)
Support from Yellow Brick Road. Led Zeppelin performed as a raplecemnt for Jeff Beck billed.
DECEMBER 19 - CIVIC HALL, EXETER, ENGLAND (THURSDAY)
Support from The Deviants and Empty Vessels (who went on to become Wishbone Ash). This was a Christmas Ball for Exeter Art College.
DECEMBER 20 - FISHMONGER'S HALL, WOOD GREEN, LONDON, ENGLAND (FRIDAY)
Billed as Led Zeppelin (formerly Yardbirds). Support from Closed Cell Sponge.
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Led Zeppelin First U.S. Tour
December 26, 1968 - February 15, 1969

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DECEMBER 26 - DENVER AUDITORIUM, DENVER, COLORADO (THURSDAY)
Opened (and unbilled) for Vanilla Fudge and Spirit. The band's name did not feature on advertisements.
WARNING! Some sources reported that tape of this show exist and may currently be in the hands of a tape hoarder. Possibly whole show was recorded but a very big care must be taken with these reports.
Led Zeppelin Database email update
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DECEMBER 27 - CENTER ARENA, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (FRIDAY)
Opened (and unbilled) for Vanilla Fudge.
DECEMBER 28 - PACIFIC COLISEUM, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (SATURDAY, START AT 7pm)
Opened (and unbilled) for Vanilla Fudge.
DECEMBER 29 - PORTLAND, OREGON (SUNDAY, START AT 7:30pm)
Opened (and unbilled) for Vanilla Fudge. Vanilla Fudge ticket stub exists for the Portland Civic Auditorium on 12/29/68. This is more than likely the correct date for the Portland show listed as 12/31/68 but a big caution must be taken to these speculations.
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DECEMBER 30 - THE GYMNASIUM, JOHN F. KENNEDY PAVILION, GONZAGA UNIVERSITY, SPOKANE, WASHINGTON (MONDAY, START AT 8pm)
Opened (and unbilled) for Vanilla Fudge. Billed erroneously as Len Zefflin (sic!).
Recording Includes: The Train Kept A Rollin' [ opening notes cut ] >> I Can't Quit You Baby, As Long As I Have You (<< Fresh Garbage, Shake, Mockingbird..), Dazed And Confused, [ tape cut - entire chatter missing ], White Summer, How Many More Times (<< The Hunter..), Pat's Delight [ ending notes cut ].
Source: Incomplete fair to good audience recording. 61 minutes.
Details: The show starts off with some distortion but clears nicely. Guitar and bass slightly upfront with the vocals and drums pushed back slightly but not to the detriment of enjoying the show. Clearly the recording equipment, a Norelco cassette recorder with internal microphone, was unable to cope fully with the loudness of the performance. It was reported that the taper sat next to the mixing desk in the front row.
Bootleg LP Reference(s): Alpha & Omega (Rock Solid Records) & The Final Option (Rock Solid Records & The Swingin' Pig Records)
Bootleg CD Reference(s): Gonzaga '68 (So Fucking What!), Gonzaga 1968 (no label - matrix is same as title), Gonzaga '68 (Capricorn Records), Lifetime Guarantee (Empress Valley Supreme Disc), Lifetime Guarantee Revisited (Empress Valley Supreme Disc), Spokane Washington 12/30/68 (Zeppelin Digital CD-R), Things Began To Happen (Beelzebub Records CD-R), & Yardbirds Fame (Tarantura2000)
Bootleg DVD Audio Reference(s): Lifetime Guarantee Revisited (Empress Valley Supreme Disc)
Comments: The only known recording of Led Zeppelin live available from 1968. The recording itself is quite good for the era and gives a glimpse of the raw power of the group only three days into their first ever US tour. Robert comments on how cold it is in Spokane and how the equipment had to be heated up with portable heaters and his voice is absolutely amazing ... he hits the highest notes imagined with no effort! Jonesy and Bonham are incredible and Jimmy's playing is wonderful too. The songs are played shortly and compactly, meaning more energy. The Train Kept A Rollin' sounds like the Yardbird's version before it evolved into the blistering Zeppelin version. We can only imagine the audience seeing this then-unknown group for the first time.
Led Zeppelin Database email update
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