Dazed And Confused (Remastered)

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An impressive, HD remastered clip from The Song Remains The Same (1976)  featuring Led Zeppelin playing Dazed and Confused in a performance filmed at New York’s Madison Square Garden in 1973.

Look out for Jimmy Page playing his guitar with a cello bow and the nonverbal mid-solo conversation between John Paul Jones and John Bonham.

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73 thoughts on “Dazed And Confused (Remastered)

  1. Pip

    Saw this in the Adelphi when it came out and only very recently discovered why it has always been a disappointment. Due to some screw up, they had to use the audio from one gig and the visuals from the other.
    Explains rather a lot.

    1. rotide

      I only saw it once and lets just say i was under the influence. Thought it was amazing, this new information isn’t surprising in the least.

      1. rotide

        I can’t believe you’re both going to do this to me again :(

        Why do you both hate jurassic music so much !

        1. Brother Barnabas

          did you fall in with that Doors renaissance in the early 90s when the film came out? i never felt so alone as during that time

          1. Bertie Blenkinsop

            Why didn’t you call me?
            I HATE The Doors, Junior Cert poetry over lazy jazz.

          2. rotide

            Probably a bit earlier than that Brother but no fear, I didn’t miss out on the stone roses. god forbid.

          3. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Ian Brown cannot sing. I always preferred the Happy Mondays. I love Shaun Ryder.

          4. Brother Barnabas

            sacrilege

            i saw him being thrown out of the long hall by the barman with the massive lips

          5. rotide

            Completely agree, he cannot sing a note to save his life.

            However, they’re still bleedin deadly

          6. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            He probably heard him singing and did the right thing by funting him out on his arse.
            I like most of their songs (Ten Storey Love Song being a favourite): he just can’t sing them. I went to see him doing his solo stuff: brutal. Despite that, Save Us is a great tune.

          1. Brother Barnabas

            pearl jam can fupp off too

            and foo fighters

            in fact, that whole seattle thing was abhorrent

          2. Brother Barnabas

            ah no… knew it wouldn’t be possible to keep consensus for long

            the clash had their moments

          3. Bertie Blenkinsop

            I just think their moments are few and far between and not proportionate to their reputation.

          4. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            YOU’RE abhorrent. I used to love PJ but Eddie Vedder’s an awful moany-hole.
            I saw Page & Plant playing together. Yonks ago (all my “cool stories” were yonks ago) in Oakland, CA. They were pretty good, I must say, considering I knew fupp all about LZ..

          5. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Did Tenacious D support Metallica in Dublin? If so, I saw them and they were BRILLIANT live. I’m pretty sure it was them.

          6. Spaghetti Hoop

            What, the Clash were underrated if anything! You refer to maybe just three big hits Bert. You’ll go straight to hell for that remark.

          7. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Who was it so? They were loud. Was it AC/DC? Lordy me (it’s the fat slags).

          8. Brother Barnabas

            i don’t know

            i was just being annoying to get your attention

            (update: tenacious d supported metallica in marlay park in 2008. so there)

          9. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Only ten years ago? That’s pretty recent compared with most of my other jollies. I’d say Page & Plant were 1998 or so.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Nonsense!
      Fun Fact: I got thrown off a bus in a little village in rural England for playing LZ loudly through earphones.

      1. Brother Barnabas

        that happened to me, too – not the LZ bit (obviously). and instead of getting thrown off the bus, i meekly turned off my walkman. and then sat seething for the rest of the journey. in the years since, i’ve thought of some pretty cutting retorts. next old one who tells me to turn off my music will rue the fupping day.

        1. Spaghetti Hoop

          Enduring the wafts of urine and Werthers Original should’ve been licence enough to play what one damn well liked at full throttle.

        2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Glaring viciously at the back of someone’s head. That always shows ’em.

    2. trev

      Oh Bertie
      I suppose Wagner is more your cup of tea?
      But not the great German composer who brought you the rings but x factors lump of lard who brought you Louis walshes praise
      Led zeppelin were the greatest rock and roll band on the planet
      And still great today is Robert plant
      Mind you many bands of greatness were around during the golden age of modern music and my generation were spoilt for choice

          1. Yep

            I meant discuss in an intelligent and sophi…

            Talking Heads are one of the most creative and influential bands of all time!!!!

            Pearl Jam Ten is one of the greatest albums OF ALL TIME!!!!!! You’re all WRONG!!!

            There. Much better. :)

          2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Ten is brilliant. Eddie Vedder is a moany botty. Not mutually exclusive statements.

          3. trev

            Yep
            Talking about talking heads oi would love to get the muppet who remastered their stop talking sense CD
            They absolutely vandalised it
            I lost my original copy which is possibly one of the five best live albums ever and destroyed it by remixing certain tracks
            Its up there with made in Japan, rattle and hum,peter Gabriel live

        1. Janet, I ate my Avatar

          It’s never too late to argue
          and sure the cosmic joke is we all are arguing with ourselves

    1. Bertie Blenkinsop

      Although I LOVE The Smiths, I can understand how people might dislike Morrissey.
      But Johnny Marr is a hero.

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