17. Oktober

17. Oktober

Beitragvon Wind-of-Thor » Mo Aug 17, 2009 5:59 pm

17. Oktober 1969 Konzert
Carnegie Hall, New York, New York
2 Auftritte, nachmittags und abends
http://www.led-zeppelin.org/multimedia/photoarchive/tours/1969/images/lz19691017_01.jpg http://www.ledzepconcerts.com/articles/lz19691017_03.jpg Bild

17.Oktober 1988 Konzert The Firm
UIC Pavilion, Chicago

17. Oktober 1999 Konzert John Paul Jones
Philadelphia, PA USA Theater of Living Arts

17. Oktober 2002 Konzert Robert Plant
University Leeds
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Re: 17. Oktober

Beitragvon Kunke » Do Sep 26, 2019 9:03 pm

Ich habe mich gerade 2,5 Std. durch den gesamten Thread gelesen im Led Zeppelin Forum. Es geht um das Konzert vom 17.10.69 in NYC.
Es sind vor 5 Jahren bis dato unveröffentlichte Bilder aufgetaucht, und von einem Live Mittschnitt ist auch die Rede. Hier ein erstes Statement von einem Teilnehmer von diesem Doppel-Konzert. Er erzählt auch von der lange Zeit vermissten "Black Beauty Gibson" von J.P.

https://forums.ledzeppelin.com/topic/25 ... -les-paul/

These photos were taken by my best friend, Gerald Birdsall, when we were both 15 years old. We got these pair of tickets to the 8:30 pm concert 10th row just two days before the concert. As you may know, the Led Zeppelin band members missed their flight to the US the day before the concert and managed to arrive at Carnegie Hall just a few hours before the concert. That may help to explain why there was so little stage equipment for this concert. The crowd went wild during the concert and the Carnegie Hall management were compelled to stop the concert several times so they could urge the fans to step down off the mahogany arms of the chairs in this formal concert hall. As LZ webmaster, Sam Rapallo, has mentioned, there was no security managing the crowd that night - only traditional ushers. So, because our seats were right off the isle, we could go right down to the edge of the stage to take a few of these photos. The camera that was used was a Nikon F with high speed B&W Tri-X film. We used this high speed film so no flash would be required. Gerald and I developed the negatives ourselves. The negatives were misplaced for 45 years. They were found in 2014 when Robert Plant was touring the US with his new album show. We saw him put on a fantastic concert at the Capitol Theater (Port Chester, NY) on September 24, 2014. Ironically, the Capitol Theater concert hall was established in the fall of 1969 by Howard Stein, the same individual who produced the concert at Carnegie Hall on October 17, 1969. Gerald and I sent copies of these 1969 photos from Carnegie Hall back stage to Robert Plant the night of the 2014 concert, but we were not sure they got to him. Now they can be enjoyed more widely.
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Re: 17. Oktober

Beitragvon r107300sl » Fr Sep 27, 2019 9:07 am

.….toll, vielleicht taucht ja auch dieser Live-Mitschnitt bald auf. Wäre doch mal wieder was :super:
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