RPM Small Print Series #02 – Jimmy Page, “Electric Magic” Empire Pool, 1971


© Alec Byrne


In late 1971, immediately following the release of their fourth album, Led Zeppelin embarked on a month long tour of the UK. This tour is particularly notable for the two concerts performed by the band at the Wembley Empire Pool, Wembley Park, dubbed the “Electric Magic” shows. These five hour shows included bizarre vaudeville circus acts with plate spinners, trapeze artists and performing pigs which were dressed in policeman’s uniforms. All 10,000 available tickets for the two Wembley shows sold out in under an hour. Alec still has his, un-torn (see below).

Signed 6×9 inch archival pigment print on smooth high-gloss metallic paper.

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