THE WORD AND THE IMAGE: THE FILMS OF PETER WHITEHEAD
LED ZEPPELIN: LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL
1970, 102 minutes.
Recorded at London's Royal Albert Hall on January 9, 1970, Whitehead's work is an exemplary concert film. No titles or credits, just 100 minutes of the British band at their peak, including a thirteen-minute drum solo by John Bonham. Shot three months after their second LP had been released, the film highlights Whitehead's expert on-the-hoof camerawork and inspired editing.
Added by sadotter on February 16, 2007