Immigrant Song, Heartbreaker, Since I've Been Loving You, Black Dog, Dazed and Confused, Stairway to Heaven, Celebration Day, That's the Way, Going to California, What is and What Should Never Be, Moby Dick
The tape begins with an introduction of "Led Zeppelin, most popular!" Plant repeatedly asks the crowd "how've you been?" before Immigrant Song. Page is in good form during Heartbreaker. Plant warns the crowd not to make a racket while the band is playing before a powerful Since I've Been Loving You. Page shreds through the guitar solo/workout in Dazed and Confused, even playing some country-inspired licks between solos. There is a cut in the tape near the end of the song.
As Page begins Stairway to Heaven, shouts of "shut up!" can be heard coming from multiple places in the crowd. A frantic Celebration Day is dedicated to New York. Plant asks the crowd what they've been doing for the past twelve months before That's the Way, which includes a new intro from Page and some beautiful mandolin from Jones. Plant sings "and yesterday, I saw you standing by the Hudson" at the beginning of the second verse. Plant jokes that the next album will be called "Led Zeppelin are alive and well in Scottsborough, Nebraska (?)" before Going to California. The recording ends about seven minutes into Moby Dick.*
The tape is noisy and distant. The highs are a bit hard on the ears at times.
*- a more complete alternate source exists, but is not currently in our collection.