Live On Stage
12/20/03 Ruckus Pizza, Raleigh,
To book The Levee, call us at
919-957-1329, 919-942-3449, or write us an e-mail.
The best-selling live Led Zeppelin DVD and CD releases have
energized The Levee, and we're ready to put on
some fantastic shows. We've learned a lot of great new songs, and
we hope you can
join us soon to hear the results of all the fun we've been having.
Keep an eye on our site as we announce
new developments and additional live appearances in 2003 and into 2004.
Thanks for visiting!
Misty Mountain Hop
As the first song on the second side of the
ever-famous fourth album, "Misty Mountain Hop" has been reported by
Robert Plant to be
about "A walk in the park, when things don't go so well." He has also
mentioned that it referred to a London hippie love-in that was broken up by the
police. "Misty Mountain Hop" was quickly composed at Headley Grange during
the sessions for the fourth album, and was played during the 1972 Japanese tour until the
end of the 1973 tour. It appeared again during the Copenhagen warm-up shows for the
1979 Knebworth Festival. The song was also performed as an encore in Pensacola,
Florida and in Europe on the 1998 Page and Plant tour. The Levee plays an
arrangement of the song which includes the transition to "Since I've Been Loving
You" as performed during tours in 1972 and 1973.
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