As long as Led Zeppelin didn't wander off into 30-minute "improvisations" or (ugh) drum solos, their live stuff was often fantastic. Here's two songs in under five minutes from a January 9, 1970 show at the Royal Albert Hall: covers of Eddie Cochran's "C'mon Everybody" and "Somethin' Else".
This was going to be the first post in this non-baseball series (hence the name) before I wised up and rightly went with some '72 Stones. This clip (and much more from the 1970 gig) is on the 3-DVD LZ set released in 2003.
Here's Cochran himself doing both songs. He died in a traffic accident in 1960 at age 21.
Two more versions of "Somethin' Else": Keith Richards & Sid Vicious. Warning: Sid is wearing only a jockstrap.
Here's the "C'mon Everybody" Zep audio with Peanuts characters dancing -- is that a young Manny at the top of the screen doing the Mummy? ... Does the shrugging shoulders kid have a name?