|1||4:49||ROCK AND ROLL|
"..., good evening. It's, uh, it's more than our pleasure to be back in, uh, Montreal, again. Well, tonight we intend to try and, we've been playing together now for nearly seven years and, uh, it is our function this evening to try and give you what is a cross section of the music that we've been able to write together for nearly seven years. It's, uh, this will include, um, material from the new LP called Physical Graffiti, which comes out in about, uh, two weeks time. Some stuff that you haven't heard yet and some stuff that possibly you have heard. This is one of the ones that you might have heard.
|3||8:09||OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY
Thank you. Seem to have some problem with guitar leads. It'll only take a second. So that was something that you knew, yes? This is something, uh, this is something that you will hear for the first time. It takes us back to the, the original influences that started Led Zeppelin in the first place.
|4||10:33||When it starts.
IN MY TIME OF DYING
[cut @ 10:02] song that, uh, we wrote after a lot of traveling. A lot of hotels. A lot of towns. A lot of different people, different races, languages, creeds, sex. And a lot of relationships, good and bad. And we found in the end that the basic common factor to one, it's not a waffle. But in fact, that 'The Song Remains the Same.'
|5||5:32||THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME|
|6||8:49||THE RAIN SONG
[edit @ 8:01] instrument, because every time we take it somewhere it is out of tune. It's built and comprised with tapes inside a little box. Uh, and to simulate violins is not an easy job when you are traveling North America. In fact, we're gonna try and simulate some Eastern violins now. This is a track off the new album and it's entitled 'Kashmir.' Enter Eastern violins.
|7||8:48||KASHMIR [fade cut @ 8:46]|
|1||19:00||.... Or rather a doom-laden journey. In fact, it depends what day it is, really, doesn't it? This once again features Mr Jones on keyboards. He's doing a very good job these days. When we finish this tour we gotta spring to Las Vegas. He's got his candle sticks all ready and. And, um, now this is for the soccer fans over there. This is a track called 'No Quarter.'
NO QUARTER [cut]
|2||7:42||lyrics are ... can be parallel. The motorcar can be parallel to the body. This is a song about a motorcar, but it's all about .... It's called 'Trampled Underfoot.'
TRAMPLED UNDERFOOT [cut]
|3||25:37||bucket full of smiles. Mr Ultraviolence. John Bonham, 'Moby Dick.'
Well alright! John Henry Bonham! .... John Bonham! [fade cut @ 25:34]
|1||27:16||.... [edit @ :09]
DAZED AND CONFUSED (incl SAN FRANCISCO)
[edit @ 26:15] .... Jimmy Page, guitar. That's an .... .... Let's see, that was September, 1968. And then came the Dark Ages. Uh, we've written, we wrote a lot of nice things and we wrote some things we wanna forget. And one of the things that I don't think we'll ever forget is John Paul Jones trying to tune the mellotrons. Ha ha. John is ... if you can just smile.
|2||12:24||The oboes are now in tune. We'd like to smile.
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN
Thank you all. Thanks very much indeed. Au revior. [edit @ 11:51]
|3||1:29||Merci bien, .... ....
WHOLE LOTTA LOVE/
Thank you. Thank you very much.
|5||7:25||We'd like to thank you for being very very very warm. Thank you.
Thank you very much. Montreal, you are the best. .... Au revoir. Thank you very much, indeed, really. It's been great. .... Goodnight. [fade cut @ 7:23]