Led Zeppelin appeared on Danish television in 1969 is just one of their classic moments in the annals of rock. This was their second time around, appearing on television but the first as a full live set in front of a studio audience.
“They don’t cheer too madly there, you know? We were really scared,” said Jimmy Page. “Because we only had about fifteen hours to practice together. It was sort of an experimental concert to see if we were any good. I guess.”
The TV performance was recorded at Danmarks Radio Studios, Denmark for TV Byen/Denmark Broadcasting Corporation on March 17, 1969.
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What you’re about to watch is a legendary show performed for a small TV studio audience and this was the only chance back then to see a band live on a TV screen, not until 1976. Led Zeppelin were surely packed with a massive amount of energy during this set showcasing their incredible talents.
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