Relive Led Zeppelin's Tearing Performance of “Whole Lotta Love” at London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1970

Relive Led Zeppelin's Tearing Performance of “Whole Lotta Love” at London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1970

Posted 21 Jun 2021
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Led Zeppelin. Photo by John Lynn Kirk/Redferns/Getty Images. 

Led Zeppelin go down in history for forging a whole new level of heaviness – and this ripping live performance from London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1970 is a prime example why!

When faced with the task of following up the astronomical success of their 1969 debut album, Led Zeppelin proved what makes them one of the greatest bands on the planet when they delivered “Whole Lotta Love” as the opener of their second album Led Zeppelin II in 1970. It’s not just a career-defining track for the band, it’s rock and roll in a league of its own.

This electrifying live cut exemplifies the magic each member brings to the stage; Jimmy Page’s scorching riff, Robert Plant’s howling vocals, John Paul Jones’ thunderous rhythm and John Bonham’s sheer power simply conjure an unstoppable force when combined. 

Enjoy six minutes of rock and roll at its absolute finest below! 

Led Zeppelin | “Whole Lotta Love” [Live at Royal Albert Hall 1970]

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