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Led Zeppelin – Whole Lotta Love- Live Madison Square Garden [VIDEO]

Last night as I was flipping through channels, I stumbled across a Led Zeppelin concert at Madison Square Garden going back to 1973 for the “Song remains the same” album.

My only criticism about the concert was the amount of times the camera focused on Robert Plant’s crotch. (I’ll leave it that!)

Between Jimmy Page’s performance, the amazing John Bonham drum solo and the incredible vocal’s by Robert Plant it is definitely a DVD you need to check out if you never have or it’s just been a while.

Enjoy this video clip from the live concert:

 

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