The definite Led Zeppelin-record. With songs spanning from their debut to Houses of the Holy, sublime musicianship and an all-together well-played performance (two separate nights), this live-album contains the back-bone of Hard Rock as we know it. Plant's gritty howls, Page's blistering guitars, Jones' thick layer of bass, and Bonzo's mastodontic pounding make sure that anyone with just the slightest hint of chesthair will enjoy this triple-CD packed with 150 minutes of Rock n' Roll at it's finest.
A serious contender for the greatest live album ever. Everything that made Led Zeppelin the most acclaimed and popular rock band of the 70s as well as one of the most heralded live acts ever can be found within this triple album---the unGodly long jams that routinely went 20-30 minutes yet never got boring for a second, Bonham making his case as the greatest rock drummer ever on his definitive track "Moby Dick", Jimmy Page shredding guitars with violin bows and proving himself as one of the preeminent rock guitarists ever, Jones driving bass lines, and Robert Plant's soaring vocals that define 70s rock as a whole, everything there was to love about this band can be found in the depths of this remarkable album. A must-have for anyone with even a passing interest in that "rock and roll" thing.