ZEPP in Hampton '70

Venue : Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia, U.S.A. Date : 08/10/70 Source : Mono-Audience Total Time : 115min (Complete) Generation : 6th Gen. Tape Speed : Normal Quality : Good
SETLIST 1. Immigrant Song 2. Heartbreaker 3. Dazed and Confused 4. Bring It On Home 5. That's The Way 6. Bron-Yr-Aur 7. Since I've Been Loving You 8. Organ Solo/Thank You 9. What is and What Should Never Be 10. Moby Dick 11. Whole Lotta Love -Feel So Good Tonight -Let That Boy Boogie -I'm Movin' On 12. Communication Breakdown -Good Times, Bad Times

1st night in their 6th US tour. (2nd US tour in 1970, and the biggest hall tour ever)
1st announcement of new opening number to US audience.

Sound is distant, worn-out and unstable. Left channel is dropped in DAZED/BRING.
Tape condition become worse from THAT'S THE WAY. Channel drops like panning!

Robert says, "This is the song dedicated to a little cottage on the mountain..."
After long-long tuning, Jimmy plays BRON-YR-AUR. 
It is very interesting that this performance is fairly different from studio version! 
Monotous arrangement with strange percussive stroke.

Tape condition become better from MOBY DICK.
Bonzo plays loud african drums at the back of theremin solo in WLL.
Robert demands the audience to shout as "Woman!" twice in the "You Need Love" section.

Jimmy plays Wah-Wah aggressively in the introduction of COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN.
Include brief version of GOOD TIMES, BAD TIMES in the outro.

Bad quality, but significant document of the tour.

You can get sample sound from this tape(.WAV)

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