Bring it on Home, White Summer/Black Mountain Side, Since I've Been Loving You, Thank You, What is and What Should Never Be, Moby Dick, How Many More Times, Whole Lotta Love
The tape begins in the middle of a duel between Page and Bonzo during Bring it on Home. Plant attempts to read some rather odd stage announcements before introducing a frenzied White Summer/Black Mountain Side. Page is on fire, his playing is wild and lightning-fast. Since I've Been Loving You is haunting and powerful, one of the best thus far. Page's solo during Thank You is excellent, adding an epic quality to the performance. Another one of the best.
A cut in the tape leaves us in the final chorus of What is and What Should Never Be. Bonzo is explosive during Moby Dick. How Many More Times starts off with an extended funky jam. The riotous medley includes excellent renditions of Elvis Presley's A Mess of Blues and Gene Vincent's My Baby Don't 'Low. There is a slight tape disturbance during the latter. The show ends with an excellent Whole Lotta Love, which includes the first appearance of what Luis Rey calls the Everybody Needs Somebody to Love reference at the end of the theramin freakout.
The tape is clear and well-balanced, a great document of an excellent performance.