Led Zeppelin
City Hall, Newcastle-On-Tyne, England

Newcastle Symphony (Image Quality)
Lineage: Silvers>EAC(secure)>FLAC(level 7)
Audience recording

Disc 1
1. Rock And Roll
2. Over The Hills And Far Away
3. Black Dog
4. Misty Mountain Hop
5. Since I've Been Loving You
6. Dancing Days
7. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
8. The Song Remains The Same
9. The Rain Song

Disc 2
1. Dazed And Confused
2. Stairway To Heaven
3. Whole Lotta Love
4. Immigrant Song
5. Heartbreaker
6. Mellotron Solo/Thank You

from Bootledz:
Newcastle Symphony (IQ), Nice Starter (The Symbols), & Stepmothers Club (Mad Dogs)
Mad Dog's release is far from complete and doesn't retain the proper running order for the tracks featured.
The other two titles are cut after Dazed but Symbols is missing a dozen seconds and the sound quality drops. Both are cut during Whole Lotta Love, but in different places. IQ has a few more seconds of tape after the show. Symbols runs a little slow on the first disc and seems to run even slower on the second disc. Both titles are likely to be from the same generation of tape but IQ has amplified theirs. The amplification has helped this title. It makes it much easier to hear the commentary between songs.

from Underground Uprising:
30-Nov-72 Newcastle
Newcastle Symphony (2CD, Image Quality, IQ-022/23), Newcastle, 30.11.72, aud
Set List: R&R, OTHaFA, BD, MMH, SIBLY, D Days, BYA Stomp, TSRTS, TRS, DaC, StH, WLL, IS, HB, TY
Source tape is identical to that of the previous released boots, such as 'Stepmothers' (2CD, ZLA-9314/15), 'Stepmothers' (2CD, Mad Dogs-027/8), and 'Nice Starter!' (2CD). Among these previous stuff, 'Nice Starter!' is most complete, but worst in terms of sound quality. Other two items are almost equivalent in sound quality and better than 'Nice Starter!', but the first half of the show (from R&R to The Rain Song) is missing on these two boots. This new release contains all songs, like 'Nice Starter!', but the cut in WLL is only on this new boot. Other cuts that were appeared on abovementioned 3 titles, such as R&R intro, D Days intro, DaC intro, Thank You intro, and the ending of The Rain Song are also on this new release. So, in terms of completeness, this one is slightly but inferior to 'Nice Starter!' I terms of sound quality, this one is much better than 'Nice Starter!', but slightly inferior to both 'Stepmothers' (ZLA-9314/15) and 'Stepmothers' (Mad Dogs-027/8), since treble range is a little bit weaker. (Susumu Omi, Aug 97)

Newcastle Symphony (Image Quality) Per *** SQ **1/2 Appeal HC
Two disc set from the opening date of the UK 1972/73 tour, City Hall, Newcastle on November 30 1972. The first two tracks of this audience source are distant, muddy and flat sounding, then the sound improves a bit in clarity to become more muddy on the last three tracks. The intro's of Dazed and Mellotron Solo/Thank You are slightly cut, as is a part of Going Down Slow in the Whole Lotta Love medley. Page shines on Black Dog, Bron-Y-Aur, and Going Down Slow. However, the Crunge inside Dazed has Page rushing the riffs and messing up the timing and then almost false starting Immigrant Song. Since I've Been Loving You is sensitive, Rain Song restrained and Song Remains is certainly a storming version. Not Zeppelin's best gig from this era by any means, but this is the best release so far for this date in terms of sound quality/completeness. (Tony Gassett Oct 97)

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