Led Zeppelin – Teady Bear’s Picnic

Posted: July 1, 2015 in Vinyl
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This Led Zeppelin bootleg has a handful of errors, some intentional and others glaring mistakes. The most glaring of errors is with the title of the bootleg, which is spelled differently on the album cover and on the center labels. On the cover it’s spelled Teady Bears Picnic, but on the center labels the spelling changes to Teddy Bear’s Picnic. The first track on the boot, “Immigrant Song,” is also misspelled/mis-titled, but this is an intentional error to mask what songs are on the bootleg to avoid legal prosecution. “Immigrant Song” is misspelled “Immigration Song” on back of the jacket.

Teady Bear’s Picnic was released in 2012 on a nonexistent label, which is typical for bootlegs. The catalog number is CHALL001. The audio for the boot was recorded in 1971 at Newcastle City Hall in Newcastle, England. The performance is from November 11, 1971 to be precise. Here is the track listing:

Side A:

  1. Immigrant Song (labeled as “Immigration Song” on the jacket)
  2. Heartbreaker
  3. Black Dog
  4. Since I’ve Been Loving You

Side B:

  1. Rock And Roll
  2. Stairway To Heaven
  3. That’s The Way
  4. Going To California
  5. Tangerine

Led Zeppelin - Teady Bears Picnic - Copy

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