Immigrant Song, Heartbreaker, Dazed and Confused, Bring it on Home, That's the Way, Bron-Yr-Aur, Since I've Been Loving You, Thank You, What is and What Should Never Be, Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown
The tape begins with the taper asking his friends for the time as the band does a brief soundcheck before launching into Immigrant Song, which is almost a carbon copy of the version on Led Zeppelin III. Page's soloing is rather subdued during Dazed and Confused, preferring long sustained notes and simple patterns over the usual acrobatics. There are some tape disturbances that effect the stereo separation during Bring it on Home.
The acoustic set is expanding as the first appearance of Bron-Yr-Aur replaces White Summer/Black Mountain Side as Page's solo showcase. More tape issues all but destroy Page's delicate intro to Since I've Been Loving You. Jones's ever-expanding organ solo is no longer a mere intro to Thank You, but is quickly becoming its own complex entity. The unfortunate tape disturbances continue throughout Thank You, particularly during the guitar solo. The tape is cut during the medley in Whole Lotta Love as the band is playing a slow blues "feel so good" jam. The band is quite subdued, a far cry from the usual boogie explosion. The sound deteriorates considerably as they return for Communication Breakdown, which again features Good Times Bad Times following the bass solo.
The recording is a bit distant and muffled with many tape issues throughout the show.