Led Zeppelin‘s 1970 gig at Los Angeles’ Inglewood Forum has been restored and posted online – you can view it below.Earlier this year, rare footage from one of the band’s most iconic concerts – held at New York’s Madison Square Garden in 1970 – was unearthed and uploaded to the internet, and another show has now been added to the web.On September 4, 1970, the band played Los Angeles, and a recording of that show has existed for decades as an audio bootleg under the name On Blueberry Hill.The audio has now been put together alongside 8mm video footage from fan Eddie Vincent, with his recording equipment at the time unable to capture both audio and video.Speaking to Classic Rock about his experience at the gig, Vincent said: “I had really great seats.
They were right behind the band. I had seats in the front row, right behind John Bonham’s kit. The only problem was that you couldn’t really see John because the gong was there, but he came around and chatted to us while they were doing the acoustic set.”Discussing how he forgot about the footage and it went undisturbed in a box for decades, the fan added: “The music needs to be out there.
I know a lot of collectors and traders that don’t give their stuff away, and that’s a shame to me. Music’s to be shared, and today you need it to get away from the crazy world.Read more on nme.com