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Led Zeppelin - Feel All Right - Live In Montreux album flac Performer: Led Zeppelin
Title: Feel All Right - Live In Montreux
Released: 2017
Country: Yugoslavia
MP3 album: 1175 mb
FLAC album: 1778 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: DTS AHX APE XM MPC AIFF AC3
Genre: Rock

March 07 1970, Le Grand Casino, Montreux, Geneva, Switzerland. Disc 1 - Audience Disc 2 - Audience until mid way into "How Many More Times" and then Soundboard. Disc 3 - Soundboard with Audience filler before "Moby Dick" and between "Moby Dick" and "How Many More Times". Feel All Right - Live In Montreux 1971 ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial). Audio Recording Corporation.

Recorded live at Montreux Casino, Montreux, Switzerland on March 7th, 1970. 1986 fan club pressing. Blue label says John Darrenkamp and yellow labels says Joe Valino. Other Versions (5 of 25) View All. Cat. The Dark Tower ‎(2xCD, Unofficial).

Led Zeppelin's manager, Peter Grant, sometimes took extraordinary measures to combat the practice of live bootleg recordings at Led Zeppelin concerts. He is reported to have personally visited record stores in London which were selling Led Zeppelin bootlegs and demanded all copies be handed over. He also monitored the crowd at Led Zeppelin concerts so as to locate anything which resembled bootleg recording equipment. The Feel All Right version was released in 1984 by Audio Recording Corporation under an incorrect title of Live in Montreux 1971. Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada on March 21, 1970.

Bonzo's Montreux" is a drum solo by Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham. It was recorded in September 1976 at Mountain Studios in Montreux, Switzerland, with electronic effects later added by Jimmy Page. The track was released on the 1982 compilation album, Coda. The instrumental was also included on both of the band's boxed sets, released in the early 1990s

August 16, 2017November 1, 2017 ~ Little Wing Collectif. 1970-01-09 London, UK – Royal Albert Hall. LZ 1970-01-09 Jimmy’s Birthday Party (EVSD 4 CD).

Live At Montreux, 1994. This set features selections from the aforementioned Feel This album, See The Light and Hell To Pay albums. Added to My Q. Show Information. Led Zeppelin Manager Peter Grant travelled to Scotland to see the band Power perform centred around the distinctive vocals of MAGGIE BELL. Suitably impressed, he signed them but had a name change in mind and they were renamed STONE THE CROWS. Even though their original guitarist Leslie Harvey had been electrocuted during a sound check at The Swansea Ballroom in 1972 they had regrouped with JIMMY McCULLOCH playing guitar and were at a creative and performance peak when this concert was recorded in Germany during 1973.

Led Zeppelin attracted two thousand youths. But much more if we consider that several hundred more fans could not enter. They waited in vain throughout the afternoon and well into the evening for some of them. Montreux promoter, Claude Nobs, sparks a close friendship with the band and brings them to perform at the Casino. They would return to play in 1971 and 1972 as well as taking personal holidays to the mountain retreat throughout the decade. One of the perks of playing in Montreux is the availability of the state-of-the-art recording studio, Mountain Studios, connected to the venue, which the band also used. The group was never part of the "Montreux Jazz Festival", as they as sometimes erroneously attributed.

Led Zeppelin: Complete Album-By-Album Guide. From the First Album to ‘Coda’: An expert rundown of every studio album. While Zeppelin recorded their first album in three weeks after a single, two-week Scandinavian tour, Led Zeppelin II was cut over six months on tour in London, New York, Vancouver and Los Angeles, with the band carrying the master tapes along the way in a steamer trunk. Released October 22nd, 1969, Led Zeppelin II went on to sell 3 million copies within six months, taking the Number One spot from Abbey Road in December. Whole Lotta Love" hit Number Four in the . in January 1970, foreshadowing heavy metal more than a decade early. Our whole lives changed," Plant said.


1-1 Introduction
1-2 We’re Gonna Groove
1-3 I Can’t Quit You Baby Medley incl. It Hurts Me So
1-4 Dazed And Confused
1-5 Rice Pudding Intro / Heartbreaker Medley incl. Bouree
1-6 White Summer / Black Mountain Side
1-7 Since I’ve Been Loving You
1-8 Organ Solo / Hang On To A Dream
1-9 Thank You
2-1 What Is And What Should Never Be
2-2 Moby Dick
2-3 Suzie Q Intro / How Many More Times Medley incl. The Hunter, Boogie Chillun, Move On Down The Line, Hideaway, Bottle It Up And Go, They’re Red Hot, Cumberland Gap, My Baby Left Me, Jenny Jenny, The Lemon Song
2-4 Applause
2-5 Whole Lotta Love
2-6 Communication Breakdown
3-1 We’re Gonna Groove
3-2 I Can’t Quit You Baby Medley incl. It Hurts Me So
3-3 Dazed And Confused
3-4 White Summer / Black Mountain Side
3-5 I Can’t Quit You Baby Medley incl. It Hurts Me So
3-6 White Summer / Black Mountain Side
4-1 Moby Dick
4-2 Suzie Q Intro / How Many More Times Medley incl. The Hunter, Boogie Chillun, Move On Down The Line, Hideaway, Bottle It Up And Go, They’re Red Hot, Cumberland Gap, My Baby Left Me, Jenny Jenny, The Lemon Song
4-3 Applause
4-4 Whole Lotta Love
4-5 Communication Breakdown


The Casino, Montreux, Switzrland, March 7th, 1970
CD 1 & 2 - Audience Recording / Soundboard Recording
CD 3 tracks 1-4 - AM Recording source #1
CD 3 tracks 5-6 - AM Recording source #2
CD 4 - Soundboard Recording

Feel All Right - Live In Montreux is 4CD set including legendary Montreux Casino performance on March 7th, 1970 taken from great sounding audience and newly surfaced soundboard tapes. Both sources have been treated carefully to preserve their original quality. This set features three individual contents:
• The whole show is released on the first two discs as audience / soundboard mix
• Two unique radio broadcast are released on the third disc
• The soundboard tape is released on the fourth disc
adding a short audience filler for the very start of How Many More Times

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARC 2002 Led Zeppelin Feel All Right - Live In Montreux 1971 ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial) Audio Recording Corporation ARC 2002 Yugoslavia 1984
T70CD-3/4 Led Zeppelin The Dark Tower ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Tarantura T70CD-3/4 Japan 1996
LU 9314 Led Zeppelin We're Gonna Groove ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Luna Records LU 9314 Italy 1993
TCD-6-1,2 Led Zeppelin Charisma ‎(2xCD, RE, Unofficial) Tarantura TCD-6-1,2 Japan 2005
OCEAN 208 / 624 039 2 Led Zeppelin Divinity ‎(2xCD, Num, RM, Unofficial) Atlantic Ocean OCEAN 208 / 624 039 2 1999

Comments: (2)
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I think this is the best Zep related release from EAP so far, and that’s a fair compliment considering the high quality of their previous Zeppelin material. Its a superb document of a superb show at a time when the band were really growing into themselves. Peach have the ability to better any mastering the designer labels do and although you don’t get the same quality of packaging as the likes of Tarantura or EVSD, what you get is a brilliant package at a quarter of the price. Buy this now !