Here's a great video from a small show Mark played in Berlin two years ago to promote "Kill to get crimson". You had to win one of the 150 tickets to get in, they weren't available anywhere else. Those who weren't lucky can watch it now though. Sound and picture are perfect - enjoy!
If you want the audio only, get it from the excellent Mark Knopfler's Music blog! It has loads of other goodies, too!
Tracklist: 01. Donegan's gone 02. Song for Sonny Liston 03. Rüdiger 04. Let it all go 05. The fizzy and the still 06. True love will never fade 07. Done with Bonaparte 08. Postcards from Paraguay 09. Brothers in arms 10. Our Shangri-La
Video: AVI Time: 43:35 mins. Aspect ratio: 544x384
This is a very interesting silver bootleg - CD from 1991 featuring some early recordings of Led Zeppelin as well as Robert Plant and Jimmy Page. If you don't have this one, get it! It's a treat, even if you are not a Led Zep-Fan! This is not to be confused with the several "Led Zeppelin Roots" - CDs circulating that feature nothing but tracks and artists that have supposedly influenced Led Zeppelin!!!
Tracklist: 01 - You better run 02 - Everybody's gonna say 03 - Our song 04 - Laughing, crying, laughing 05 - Long time coming 06 - I've got a secret 07 - Garden of my mind 08 - Shapes of things 09 - Happening ten years time ago 10 - Over under sideway down 11 - I'm a man 12 - Communication breakdown 13 - How many more times 14 - Dazed and confused
Tr. 01-06: Robert Plant solo singles 1966/67 Tr. 07: Mickey Finn (obscure single feat. Jimmy Page as session guitarist) Tr. 08-11: Yardbirds live in Cologne (Germany), March 1967 (feat. Jimmy Page) Tr. 12-14: First Led Zeppelin TV-appearance, London Dec. 1968
Yep, this is exactly the same recording posted on T.U.B.E. not too long ago. I didn't steal their files though. I actually contributed them, so I thought I might as well post them on here, too. If you got it from their site already, you don't need to download these files here.
The show is incomplete, but this is all that was broadcasted by the BBC, so it is the most complete version you'll find. Neil really played a great show and you can tell how much fun he had doing it. He just doesn't seem to want to stop! Check it out!
Setlist: 01. The needle and the damage done 02. Words 03. Get behind the wheel 04. Keep on rockin' in the free world 05. A day in the life
Video: AVI Time: 38:40 mins. Aspect ratio: 640x352 [Rapidshare]
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