Some great Robert Plant from his first solo tour, with Phil Collins on drums. Recorded for the King Biscuit Flower Hour, this video has both Part 1 and Part 2 so you can hear it all. And I'm not sure who uploaded it, but it sounds really good (no tape noise or vinyl), so it MIGHT have just made it to the CD (1983). Its hard to find bootlegs from that tour with completeness and good sound quality, but this has both. Its also a well mixed recording that sounds live with audience input. Except for the King Biscuit guy talking and breaks for commercials, its fantastic. Highly recommended if you like early Plant solo stuff.
If you are not familiar, Robert did not perform one single LZ song for his first 2 solo tours. Many people just couldn't understand and were disappointed. But his heart was truly broken by the death of John, and he wanted to move on, to perform his own music. Not many acts I know of have that much courage, class, and integrity. Its a shame people have forgotten some of these tracks, because many of them are truly great songs.