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2CD (soundboard)
Feb 26, 1998
Spodek Hall, Katowice, Poland

Disc 1 - 55:18
1 1:40 Egyptian intro
2 3:25 THE WANTON SONG
3 1:28 BRING IT ON HOME
4 6:11 HEARTBREAKER
Good evening, everybody. How are you doing? Alright! Well it gives us a great pleasure to be in your city. Tonight, for the first time ever in, in Poland, we're very proud to be here.
5 12:46 We're gonna play some old songs; we're gonna play some new songs. Here's a song that comes from just a little bit back down the line. See if you know this old chestnut.
RAMBLE ON
Oh yeah. Now can you feel it?! Have mercy. Uh, we got a new record coming out called Walking, Walking Into Clarksdale. This record comes out real soon. It's the beginning of the next beginning. This is the title track. It's called 'Walking Into Clarksdale.'
WALKING INTO CLARKSDALE
On guitar, Mr Jimmy Page!
6 10:54 NO QUARTER
7 5:08 Hey, good people, would you welcome our newest band member on keyboards, piano, hammond organ, mandolin and squeeze box, Mr Phil Andrews. He's gonna cue us into a little song about the heartbreak of a young man, ahh. Oh.
GOING TO CALIFORNIA
[fade cut @ 5:07]
8 3:23 TANGERINE
This new song, this next song is a song that originated maybe two or three hundred years ago in England. It was a folk song that traveled across with the new people in the new world and was introduced to the black people living down in the Delta. They turned it round and made it into a song that we turned around and sent back and then it came back and then we sent it back and then it came back. And, um,
9 4:38 it's very old.
GALLOWS POLE
10 5:45 Thank you very much. Now can you feel it?! Okay, here's another song .... This is, uh, from our new Walking Into Clarksdale album. It's called 'Burning Up.'
BURNING UP
[fade cut @ 5:42]

Disc 2 - 49:16
1 9:08 Well, you may hear it again. And then you may understand all the pain and the anguish and, and the hurt. And we may understand binky and everything will be alright. Thank you. ..., what? What?
BABE I'M GONNA LEAVE YOU
Would you welcome, on drums, Mr Michael Lee! On bass guitar, Mr Charlie Jones!
2 11:08 Oh yeah, I can feel it.
HOW MANY MORE TIMES (incl IN THE LIGHT) [@ :07 -'Oh, it's swinging now. Oh, it's swinging a little bit now. I'll go swinging that, swing it. Yes.']
3 6:19 Now can you feel it?! Oh boy it's, feeling pretty good up here.
MOST HIGH [@ :17 -'So, here's another new song. This is a big favorite already. It's called 'Most High, High, High'.']
[fade cut @ 6:18]
4 8:30 Big big big big smiles. And for these smiles, here's the way that we say thank you for a wonderful evening. We'll see you again soon.
WHOLE LOTTA LOVE
Oh yeah! Thank you, Katowice. It's been a fantastic evening. Thank you, people from ... and Warsaw, from Krakow. It's been a short visit but really really sweet. Thank you. And goodnight. [edit @ 8:18]
5 7:34 Here's a little song for you.
THANK YOU
Ladies and ladies and ladies and gentlemen, whew! It's been fantastic. You've been really warm and really great and we're really glad we came. And, we'll see you again. [edit @ 7:28]
6 6:37 (I wonder, wonder who, I wonder who, who wrote the book of love.) Well, folks, it's finally come to that time. I mean, we've only been playing together for twenty-nine and three-quarter years so this is how we really say, goodnight.
ROCK AND ROLL [@ 5:07- 'Don't.']
Yeah!
--AUDIENCE--
The mind, the body, the voice, the guitar. The conscience, the tablets. The end. Goodnight. [fade cut @ 6:33]