EXTRAORDINARY 1973 ZEPPELIN UK BROADCAST
• Led Zeppelin released their fourth album on 8 November 1971. Variously referred to as Led Zeppelin IV, Untitled, IV, or, due to the
four symbols appearing on the record label, Four Symbols, Zoso or Runes. The band had wanted to release the album with no title or
information, in response to the music press "going on about Zeppelin being a hype", but the record company wanted something on the
cover, so in discussions it was agreed to have four symbols to represent both the four members of the band and that it was the fourth
album. With 37 million copies sold, Led Zeppelin IV is one of the best-selling albums in history, and its massive popularity cemented
Led Zeppelin's status as superstars in the 1970s.
• "Stairway to Heaven", never released as a single, was the most requested and most played song on American rock radio in the 1970s.
The group followed up the album's release with tours of the UK, Australasia, North America and Japan, from late 1971 through early
• One of the very final shows of the tour was also one of the best. On January 7th ’73, Zeppelin played at the New Theatre in Oxford,
UK. The concert was stunning and the entire event was recorded and broadcast on local FM Radio.
• Previously unreleased, this superb gig is now available for the first time on this new 2CD set.
1 Rock And Roll 3:33
2 Over The Hills And Far Away 5:40
3 Black Dog 5:46
4 Misty Mountain Hop 4:33
5 Since I’ve Been Loving You 8:27
6 Dancing Days 4:58
7 Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp 5:35
8 The Song Remains The Same 5:22
9 The Rain Song 6:48
1 Dazed And Confused 28:59
2 Stairway To Heaven 10:51
3 Whole Lotta Love 3:06