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Whole Lotta Love: Frame By Frame

Footage listing
1969.03.19 Copenhagen, "Danish TV Special", pro-shot
1969.03.25 Staines, "Supershow", pro-shot
1969.06.19 Paris, "Tous En Scene", pro-shot
1970.01.09 London, Royal Albert Hall, pro-shot
1970.06.28 Shepton Mallet, Bath Festival, amateur. Not sure about the date, but these shots are definitely from 1970
1972.02.27 Sydney, Sydney Showground, pro-shot
1973 Unknown footage with Bonzo wearing red t-shirt. It may be from Atlanta too
1973.07.24 Pittsburgh, Three Rivers Stadium, amateur
1973.07.27-29 New York, Madison Square Garden, pro-shot
1975.01.20-21 Chicago, Chicago Stadium, amateur
1975.05.17-25 London, Earl's Court Arena, pro-shot
1977.07.17 Seattle, Kingdome, pro-shot
1977 Other pro-shot (?) footage
1979.08.04 & 11 Knebworth, pro-shot
 

Frame #1: Color footage (from where??? I haven't seen the Texas International Pop Festival documentary - is that from there?) of festival-people walking, with a woman in bra and sunglasses/Texas International Pop Festival poster closing
#2: Earl's Court - Jonesy with bass
#3: A helicopter landing in the background/Earl's Court poster in front
#4: EC poster/'77 - Page from right
#5: Electric Magic poster/TSRTS - The crowd at the beginning of Rock And Roll
#6: Electric Magic poster/EC - Page and Plant with Jonesy behind them
#7: Royal Albert Hall, Plant singing "You need coolin'"
#8: Paris TV - Page and Plant
#9: Seattle '77: - Page kneeling with the doubleneck during TSRTS (footage known from MTV Rockumentary)
#10: EC - Robert singing "...send ya"
#11: EC - The band from left, Page jumps up (Rock And Roll)
#12: EC - Plant singing WLL "back to schoolin'"
#13: TSRTS - Bonzo and Page. Jimmy's duck-walking and is wearing his black suit with stars on it
#14: EC - Plant singing "way down inside"
#15: Page duck-walking in the white suit
#16: EC - Plant singing "...you need it"
#17: EC - Page and Jones
#18: EC - Plant singing "I'm gonna give you my love"
#19: EC - Plant from left
#20: EC - Plant singing "I'm gonna give you my love" again
#21: Supershow: Bonzo from left
#22: TSRTS: Bonzo close-up from behind the hi-hat (Moby Dick)
#23: EC - Bonzo from left
#24: Chicago - Plant turning right, Page behind him
#25: EC - Plant and Page singing "Wanna whole lotta love?"
#26: Supershow - Page scratching the strings with the pick
#27: Danish TV - Bonzo
#28: EC - Plant and Page singing "Wanna whole lotta love?"
#29: '77 - Plant
#30: RAH - Bonzo from right
#31: RAH - Closeup on Pagey's Black Beauty Les Paul
#32: RAH - Plant singing "Wanna...", closeup shot
#33: RAH - Plant singing "...whole lotta love?", more distant shot
#34: RAH - Bonzo from right rear
#35: RAH - Jonesy
#36: RAH - Plant singing "Wanna whole lotta love?", more distant shot
#37: RAH - Plant, more distant shot from right
#38: EC - Page and Plant, Jonesy behind them
#39: EC - Plant turning around
#40: EC - Page raising the doubleneck up/EC: Bonzo
#41: EC - Bonzo filmed from up
#42: EC - Bonzo from left
#43: EC - Bonzo from up, great footage of him crossing the sticks while playing
#44: EC - Bonzo from left
#45: TSRTS - Closeup of Jonesy's bass (WLL medley)
#46: EC - Plant singing "Way, way down inside"
#47: EC - Tilted and distant shot of Robert
#48: EC - Page
#49: Danish TV - Jonesy
#50: EC - Page, Plant and Jones
#51: Bath? That's Robert, sporting the beard and the moustache, wearing the same shirt as in Bath... He's on black background - isn't that too dark for Bath? Was it already dark when they were finishing their set there?
#52: TSRTS - The crowd after Since I've Been Loving You
#53: EC - Page and Plant
#54: EC - Plant and Page singing "Whole lotta love"
#55: EC - Page duck-walking
#56: EC - Plant and Page singing "Wanna whole lotta love?"
#57: EC - Plant with his head back, raising hands
#58: EC - Plant and Page singing "Wanna whole lotta love?"
#59: EC - Robert, Jimmy jumping up, filmed from left (Rock And Roll)
#60: EC - Bonzo from above
#61: EC - Plant and Page singing "Wanna whole lotta love?"
#62: Chicago - Page raising his Les Paul/RAH - Bonzo from left
#63: The crowd... RAH?
#64: RAH - Bonzo from right, doing the cymbal work in WLL
#65: Crowd lighted up with spotlights, filmed from above - EC?
#66: Sydney - Robert walking backstage and picking his teeth
#67: RAH - Bonzo from left, doing the cymbal work in WLL
#68: Sydney - Jonesy speaking
#69: The girl with "Led Zepplin" banner (EC?)
#70: Sydney - Bonzo sporting the beard
#71: B/W footage of huge stadium filled with people - Sydney?
#72: EC - Jimmy bowing, filmed from left
#73: EC - Distant shot from left of Jimmy bowing/Knebworth - closeup on Page bowing and the pyramid of lasers
#74: Knebworth - Bow and lasers/EC - Jimmy bowing
#75: Knebworth - Closeup on bowed Les Paul
#76: Knebworth - Bow and lasers/Sydney - Band entering the stage
#77: Knebworth - Bow and lasers/Knebworth - Jonesy playing piano
#78: Knebworth - Bow and lasers/Percy with tambourine (EC?)
#79: Knebworth - Closeup on bowed Les Paul
#80: Knebworth - Bow and lasers/EC - Robert and Jonesy dancing
#81: Knebworth - Bow and lasers/Knebworth - Page with the doubleneck, plaing STH solo/Knebworth - Closeup on the doubleneck
#82: Knebworth - Closeup on bowed Les Paul
#83: Closeup on Percy's mouth - RAH?
#84: Robert sporting beard, dressed exactly like offstage in Bath (blue shirt and black coat)
#85: Peter Grant, Jimmy, Richard Cole and Bonzo walking. Jimmy and Bonzo are dressed exactly like in Bath
#86: RAH - Closeup on Percy's mouth
#87: Paris TV - Page bowing
#88: Paris TV - Robert dancing
#89: Closeup on Robert's face, while "Ah, ah, ah" inferno - RAH?
#90: Bonzo from right, in red t-shirt, raising his hand - RAH?
#91: Closeup on Robert's face, while "Ah, ah, ah" inferno - RAH?
#92: Page sporting the beard, smiling - Bath?
#93: TSRTS - Bonzo from right (Moby Dick)
#94: EC - Closeup on snare
#95: TSRTS - Bonzo close-up from behind the hihat (Moby Dick)
#96: RAH - Bonzo from left, doing the "Dang, Dang"
#97: Knebworth - Page and Bonham
#98: Knebworth - Page playing WLL solo
#99: Knebworth - Bonzo doing the "Dang, Dang"
#100: Knebworth - Page playing WLL solo
#101: Knebworth - Other shot of Page playing WLL solo
#102: Knebworth - Page and Plant from left
#103: EC - Bonzo from above
#104: Knebworth - Bonzo from left
#105: Knebworth - Les Paul closeup
#106: Knebworth - Pagey from left
#107: Knebworth - Bonzo from left
#108: Knebworth - Les Paul closeup
#109: Knebworth - Pagey from left
#110: Knebworth - Les Paul closeup
#111: Bonzo from left, wearing red t-shirt - Pittsburgh?
#112: Knebworth - Jimmy from left
#113: Knebworth - Jimmy from right
#114: RAH - Bonzo from left, doing the "Dang, Dang"
#115: EC - Page duck-walking then both with Percy raise hands
#116: '77 - Robert turning around
#117: '77 - Another shot of Robert finishing the turnaround
#118: Pittsburgh - Page in white suit with Robert behind him
#119: TSRTS - Bonzo in black t-shirt
#120: '77 - Jimmy
#121: Sydney - Jimmy onstage from front
#122: RAH - Robert singing "All the good times baby"
#123: RAH - Robert, Jimmy and John Paul
#124: The crowd, filmed from the left side of the stage
#125: RAH - Bonzo closeup from left
#126: Danish TV - Robert, Jimmy and Bonzo
#127: RAH - Closeup on Robert singing "Way, way down..."
#128: Sydney - Plant and Page onstage, filmed from behind the front row, someone's head is in the frame
#129: The crowd, filmed from the left side of the stage
#130: '77 - Robert singing "...gonna give you my love".This shot is more likely from Seattle
#131: EC - Bonzo's face
#132: EC - Bonzo from left
#133: EC - Bonzo's face
#134: Knebworth - Robert singing "I'm gonna give you every inch of my love"
#135: Sydney - Robert and Bonzo, filmed from above
#136: '77 - Robert singing "... gonna give you my love". This shot is also more likely from Seattle
#137: '77 - Jimmy jumping forward
#138: EC - Pagey raising the doubleneck, during the STH fanfare
#139: RAH - Robert
#140: Jimmy duck-walking, filmed from the left side of the stage. TSRTS?
#141: RAH - Bonzo from left
#142: '77 - Bonzo from left
#143: EC - Jimmy and Robert doing that descending "Ah, ah, ah, ah, aaaaaaaaaaahhh" sing-along with Jimmy's guitar
#144: '77 - Plant turning right
#145: Pittsburgh - Pagey in white suit
#146: Knebworth - Jonesy with the Alembic bass and Bonzo behind him
#147: EC - Jimmy
#148: '77 - Robert turning right
#149: EC - Bonzo
#150: EC - Page, Plant and Jones
#151: Knebworth - Page and Plant, filmed from behind. Robert sings "Wanna whole lotta love?"
#152: Pittsburgh - Robert and Jimmy in his white suit
#153: '77 - Closeup on Robert singing "Wanna whole..."
#154: Knebworth - Closeup on Jimmy's Les Paul
#155: EC - Page with his Danelectro guitar and the bottleneck, pointing at people slowly
#156: Knebworth - Robert singing "Way down inside"
#157: EC - Robert
#158: RAH - Robert singing "You need"
#159: RAH - Bonzo doing the "Dang - Dang"
#160: EC - Bonzo
#161: TSRTS - Page raising the bow
#162: EC - Bonzo twirling his drumstick over his head
#163: TSRTS - Robert singing "Looooooooooveeeee!"
#164: Knebworth - Robert singing "Looooooooooveeeee!"
#165: Knebworth - Bonzo
#166: TSRTS - The fireworks explosion, filmed from the above back of the stage (WLL)
#167: TSRTS - Jimmy walking with the fireworks behind him (WLL)
#168: RAH - Jonesy
#169: TSRTS - Jimmy and some fireworks (WLL)
#170: TSRTS - The band during WLL
#171: TSRTS - Jimmy during WLL
#172: EC - Page, Plant and Jonesy
#173: RAH - Bonzo from left
#174: TSRTS - People from left, during R&R. One of them makes funny gestures, pointing at someone or something
#175: TSRTS - Bonzo from left
#176: RAH - Robert turning left
#177: RAH - Bonzo
#178: RAH - Page with Bonzo behind him, closeup on the Les Paul
#179: RAH - Jonesy
#180: RAH - Les Paul closeup
#181: Knebworth - Closeup on Robert singing "Shake for me girl"
#182: TSRTS - Page from right (WLL)
#183: RAH - Bonzo
#184: RAH - Jonesy and Robert
#185: Knebworth - Closeup on Robert singing "...backdoor man"
#186: Supershow - Page and Plant
#187: Supershow - Page and Plant from right
#188: Supershow - Robert from above
#189: Supershow - The band
#190: EC - Robert
#191: Supershow - Jimmy
#192: RAH - Robert
#193: RAH - Robert and Jonesy, filmed from behind the drum-kit
#194: RAH - Bonzo
#195: RAH - Robert
#196: EC - Bonzo from right
#197: RAH - Robert filmed from behind the drum-kit
#198: EC - Bonzo from right
#199: EC - Robert
#200: EC - Jimmy at the end of STH with Bonzo behind him
#201: RAH - Bonzo
#202: Supershow - Jimmy raising his Telecaster during the call-and-response with Robert, filmed from left
#203: Supershow - Jonesy
#204: Supershow - The call-and-response with Robert, filmed from left
#205: Supershow - Robert, Bonzo and Jimmy during the call-and-response
#206: Supershow - Call-and-response with Robert, filmed from left
#207: Supershow - Robert, Bonzo and Jimmy during the call-and-response
#208: Supershow - Call-and-response with Robert, filmed from left
#209: Supershow - Robert, Bonzo and Jimmy during the call-and-response
#210: Supershow - Call-and-response with Robert, closeup from left
#211: Supershow - The band during the call-and-response
#212: Unidentified dark and extremely short frame, perhaps from RAH, but I'm not sure
#213: Supershow - The band during the call-and-response
#214: Supershow - Jimmy and Bonzo during the call-and-response
#215: Supershow - The band during the call-and-response
#216: EC - Jimmy
#217: Danish TV - Robert and Bonzo, filmed from right
#218: Knebworth - Robert from right, singing "Keep it coolin' baby"
#219: EC - Page from above
#220: Knebworth - Robert singing "Keep it coolin' baby"
#221: EC - Bonzo crashing the cymbal with his head
#222: EC - Robert with his hands up and head back
#223: Danish TV - Jonesy during D&C
#224: EC - Closeup on raised doubleneck
#225: EC - Robert raising the tambourine

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March 21, 1969 - Zeppelin’s debut TV appearance on "How It Is"
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March 04, 1980 - John Bonham makes a TV appearance on "Alright Now" with Bill Connolly
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