Led Zeppelin - "High Heeled Sneakers" Hampton Beach September 9th 1971 flac

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Led Zeppelin - "High Heeled Sneakers" Hampton Beach September 9th 1971 flac


Artist: Led Zeppelin

Date: 1971.09.09

Title: High Heeled Sneakers

Label: The Godfatherecords (GR 352/353)

Venue: Hampton Roads Coliseum

Location: Hampton Beach, VA

Source: Soundboard

Lineage: Silver CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC

*Note: Disc 2 Bonus tracks are from Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, Ontario, Canada - September 4th, 1971.

Disc 1

01. Immigrant Song

02. Heartbreaker

03. Since I’ve Been Loving You

04. Black Dog

05. Dazed & Confused

06. Stairway To Heaven

07. Celebration Day

Disc 2

01. That’s The Way

02. Going To California

03. What Is And What Should Never Be

04. Moby Dick

*Bonus Tracks

05. Stairway To Heaven

06. Celebration Day

07. That’s The Way

08. Going To California

09. What Is And What Should Never Be

10. Moby Dick


The bulk of High Heeled Sneakers on Godfather Records in the popular Hampton Virgina tape from Zeppelin’s

seventh tour. Beginning with its appearance on One More Daze (DS92D046) on Dynamite which contains

“Immigrant Song” to “That’s The Way” and its full release in 1996 on Tarantura’s Jim’s Picks (HAMP-1,2) to

last year’s Hampton Roads Coliseum 1971 (Scorpio LZ-08019), there have been a myriad of different editions.

The sound quality between all these titles is so similar that to single out one release as “definitive” really

borders on being too pedantic. High Heeled Sneakers does sound very nice with a touch more bottom end that the

older releases giving the flat sounding tape more liveliness. Unfortunately there are some digital clicks

scattered throughout “What Is And What Should Never Be” not found on the others which ruins what is an otherwise

very solid effort. If Godfather were to perhaps go back and fix this problem this could be as close to

definitive as possible.

Zeppelin collectors are well aware that there are some very painful cuts existing on this tape. The first

verse of “Immigrant Song” is missing, there is a cut in the middle of “Dazed & Confused” eliminating the second

verse, some minor cuts between songs, and ”Whole Lotta Love” with the encores are all missing totaling about

forty-five minutes of music. It is a shame since this is a great show in the middle of one of Zeppelin’s

greatest tours. Robert Plant introduces “Since I’ve Been Loving You” as “something a little cooler.”

“Dazed & Confused” is referred to as “a little ditty from way back.” The versions of the piece in late 1971

contained several interesting variations from others. It was about this time where Page began to introduce

the Bouree into the violin bow section as well as the descending drone over which Plant sang a high pitched moan.

(A motif that is very effective in the first Tokyo show on September 23rd, 1971).

This tape has one of the better-recorded versions of “Celebration Day” (a song that is very hard to find a

clean version) and acoustic set. The playing is so relaxed it makes one wonder exactly how the concert ends.

Godfather include the forty-five minute soundboard fragment from the Toronto show a week earlier. Unlike

Hampton, there is tremendous depth and atmosphere to this recording which only exacerbates its incompleteness.

This first surfaced in the early nineties on Jennings Farm Blues on Scorpio and last heard on Maple Leaf Gardens

on Empress Valley, where it is edited with the audience recordings to great effect for the complete show.

This is packaged in a trifold cardboard gatefold sleeve which is the norm for this great label and have several

photographs from the era. Included also is a four page booklet with extensive liner notes giving the historic

setting of these gigs. Overall this is a solid effort by Godfather which, if the problems in “What Is And What

Should Never Be” on the Virgina tape were fixed, would be a sterling release.

-Collectors Music Reviews

Art and Checksum Included



From: argenteumastrum.com

Recording: Excellent mono soundboard / Excellent stereo soundboard.

Source: Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton Beach, Virginia Sept. 9 '71

Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Sept. 4 '71.

Comments: Italian bootleg. Deluxe trifold cardboard sleeve with a booklet inside.

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