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Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, vocalist and guitarist, respectively, of Led Zeppelin, reunite to perform some Led Zep classics plus a few new songs.

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Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, vocalist and guitarist, respectively, of Led Zeppelin, reunite to perform some Led Zep classics plus a few new songs. Some of the classics are reworked. A mixture of live concert footage plus "on location" music videos, e.g. in a Moroccan village. Songs: "No Quarter"; "Thank You"; "What Is And What Should Never Be"; "The Battle of Evermore"; "Gallows Pole"; "Nobody's Fault but Mine"; "City Don't Cry"; "The Truth Explodes" (formerly known as "Yallah"); "Wah Wah"; "When the Levee Breaks"; "Wonderful One"; "Since I've Been Loving You"; "The Rain Song"; "That's the Way"; "Four Sticks"; "Friends"; "Kashmir". Written by grantss

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12 October 1994 (USA)  »

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Nobody's Fault but Mine
Written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
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One of the Best Concerts of the Twentieth Century
6 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

In 1994, the MTV series Unplugged approached the stars Jimmy Page and Robert Plant in one of the best concerts of the Twentieth Century. The unforgettable "No Quarter: Jimmy Page & Robert Plant Unledded" is awesome and to be worshiped not only by Led Zeppelin fans, but also by fans of great songs. Robert Plant and Jimmy Page are inspired and deliver sensational performances with top notch musicians. It is visible the pleasure of these musicians in sharing the stage with the icons from Led Zeppelin. The thrilling and soulful voice of Najma Akhtar singing "The Battle of Evermore" is one of the best moments of the show. The last time I saw the DVD of this magnificent concert was on 07 January 2005, but I do not know how many times I have partially or fully watched this DVD or listened to the CD. My vote is ten.

Title (Brazil): "No Quarter: Jimmy Page & Robert Plant Unledded"


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