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Performer: Led Zeppelin
Genre: Rock
Album: Riverside Blues
Released: 1989
Style: Blues Rock
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Tracklist

A1 Whole Lotta Love
A2 Travelling Riverside Blues
A3 What Is And What Should Never Be
A4 Communication Breakdown
B1 You Shook Me
B2 Dazed And Confused
B3 I Gotta Move

Notes

Blue Translucent Vinyl.
A bootleg compilation of live recordings from different sources, all dating from the year 1969.
Tracks 1 to 3: recorded live for BBC "Top Gear", June 1969
Tracks 4 to 5: recorded live for BBC "Top Gear", March 3, 1969
Track 6: recorded live in Staines, England, March 1969
Track 7: recorded live at Konserthuset, Stockholm, March 14, 1969

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TSP-CD-024 Led Zeppelin Riverside Blues ‎(CD, Unofficial) The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-024 Luxembourg 1989
TSP 024 Led Zeppelin Riverside Blues ‎(LP, Unofficial, Bro) The Swingin' Pig TSP 024 Europe 1989
TSP 024 Led Zeppelin Riverside Blues ‎(LP, Unofficial, Whi) The Swingin' Pig TSP 024 Europe 1989
TSP 024 Led Zeppelin Riverside Blues ‎(LP, Unofficial, Pin) The Swingin' Pig TSP 024 Europe 1989
TSP 024 Led Zeppelin Riverside Blues ‎(LP, Unofficial) The Swingin' Pig TSP 024 Germany 1989
Fek
I'm not sure what concerns the "live" label of all of these recordings. For instance, in "What is and what should never be" it can clearly be heard that in the chorus there are not only two lead vocals (which must both be Robert Plant's judging from the sound) - first unisono, then in thirds - but also ad libs which are partly sung simultaneously. I'm not saying it's a studio recording, but - not knowing anything about the circumstances of these performances - there must have been some kind of overdubs afterwards, or a pre-produced click track in advance (which I don't think is likely at that time). If someone knows more about these recordings, please let me know! I'd be glad to find out.

Mustard Forgotten
Portions of this album have been rendered obsolete, as the versions of "Whole Lotta Love", "Travelling Riverside Blues", "What Is And What Should Never Be" and "You Shook Me" have been officially released on the BBC Sessions Album, however, this release still has the unofficial Tracks of "Communication Breakdown", "Dazed & Confused" and "I Gotta Move" on it, which may make the purchase worthwhile for some. I personally still enjoy it, I feel that it is worth it for the Great version of "Dazed" and the rare performance of "I Gotta Move", but if you are only interested in the officially released songs, check out BBC sessions instead.