May 22, 2007

The Firm: Cleveland 1986

More Zeppelin-related music, this time the supergroup Jimmy Page and Paul Rodgers formed which also include Tony Franklin and Chris Slade.
A broadcast recording with superior quality from the concert in Cleveland on the 11th of may 1986. There are several versions of this show, i've read this is one of the best out there.

Sound Quality: 9.5

Track list:
1. Intro
2. Fortune Hunter
3. Found Somebody
4. Make Up Or Break Up
5. Prelude
6. Money Can't Buy
7. Satisfaction Guaranteed
8. Radioactive
9. King's Horses
10. Long Black Cadillac
11. You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling
12. Midnight Moonlight
13. Tear Down The Walls
14. Live In Peace


MP3
FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

wow, Thank You! Is this Picture the original?
Because in the backround you see an Ludwig-Basedrum, which has big affinity to J.H.Bonhams BaseDrum..

AtticRock said...

This picture was included in the archives that i downloaded along with the show.
It is possible to be a Zeppelin-era photo and the "label" that released it called Buccaneer Records just used it here...

Anonymous said...

Sem dúvidas, seu acervo é mais do que Famtástico !!!! Parabéns por mais este post.
Loyola

Anonymous said...

it'a montreal 1985 that 's write on the cover

i have the original bootleg ( ref buccaner records label )

AtticRock said...

I know that cover but it is wrong as you can check here:
http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=83507

FatallyWanderer said...

This picture is from the Led zep US tour 1977. Jimmy wore this suit on nearly every gig.
Thanks a lot for the great post!
FatallyWanderer

Anonymous said...

I can't get part two unzipped. It says I need a password?

AtticRock said...

You have to use this to unrar both files:
Soundaboard_blog

Anonymous said...

hi,I want to know if anybody have the complete show and it is really true that live in peace is the last before encores?

Anonymous said...

Top!
Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

Dead link, sadly. Could you repost? Thanks!

Looks like an amazing setlist. Fun covers, as if the guys just sat around jamming for their own entertainment and let an audience sit in.

AtticRock said...

Ok, new links up!