Monday, December 6, 2021

Led Zeppelin stream 1975 Earls Court performance of Going To California

Led Zeppelin are streaming video footage of a performance of “Going To California” from their legendary 1975 series of concerts at London’s Earls Court Arena.

The band played five shows over the course of nine nights in support of their sixth album, “Physical Graffiti”, after the original three dates sold-out in a matter of hours and two more events were added due to overwhelming demand.

Each of the shows saw Led Zeppelin perform for over 3 hours, playing a mix of tracks from their catalog while featuring an acoustic mini-set for the first time in several years.

Some material from the UK shows was eventually released as part of the 2003 “Led Zeppelin” DVD package; check out the program for the Earls Court shows at

The 1975 footage of “Going To California” is being shared as part of the band’s 50th anniversary celebrations for “Led Zeppelin IV”.

Watch a performance of “Stairway To Heaven” from the same series of shows here.

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