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Artist: Robert Plant
Date: October 28th, 1993
Location: Dallas, Texas
Venue: Dallas Convention Center
Label: Smores & KRW_Co.
Source: AUD (DAT Master)
Size: 702 MB
102. Tall Cool One
103. Ramble On
104. 29 Palms
105. I Believe
106. Thank You
107. If I Were A Carpenter
108. Going To California
109. Promise Land
110. In The Mood (medley)
201. Calling To You
202. What Is And Waht Should Never Be
203. Ship Of Fools
204. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
205. Hurting Kind (I've Got My Eyes On You)
206. Whole Lotta Love
Robert Plant (vocals)
Michael Lee (drums)
Francis Dunnery (guitars)
Kevin Scott MacMichael (guitar)
Phil Johnston (keyboards & mandolin)
Charlie Jones (bass)
(1) 1993-10-28 Dallas Master DAT
Smores recordings are from a taper that seems to have recorded tons of shows over the years. At some point he seems to have lived in Dallas. This is the case at least in the 1980's and 1990's I'd guess due to how many shows from these two eras in Dallas that have surfaced and were recorded by Smores. Lately, KRW has been assisting as have other people in getting the ubcirculated Smores recordings out. Smores' tapes seem to be getting transferred by a few people digitizing them and then sharing them on Dime putting them into circulation. So all thanks for this recording goes to "Smores". And a special thanks goes to KRW for assisting with so many of the transfers including this one.
I never got to see Robert Plant on this tour. I can't recall the reason why, but I didn't. I sure wish I had though. The setlist to this show,with some of Plants newer songs like "29 Palms", "I Believe", then other songs from his early solo career like "In The Mood" as well as Zeppelin era tracks like "What Is And What Should Never Be" and others, made for a well rounded setlist. And the sound captured in the show is really excellent. It's just too bad the Dallas crowds (from my own recording experiences too) are so chatty so many times!
I hope you enjoy the show...
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