One of the greatest rock shows at Royal Albert Hall

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12:12pm 10th January 2018

Some of the greatest guitarist all in one room, watching one band on this day in 1970.

Back on 9th Jan 1970 - Led Zeppelin put on a very special show at The Royal Albert Hall.

Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and John Lennon were all in the audience for the show on guitarist Jimmi Page's birthday.

The set, which was over two hours long, was filmed but it was shelved for decades.

It eventfully was released as a DVD in 2003.

Watch it back here

Led Zeppelin - Royal Albert Hall 1970 Concert from Joseph Riviello on Vimeo.

Listen to more of the best from the decade on KL.FM 70s

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