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Led Zeppelin: Celebration Day (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | 17 October 2012 (UK)
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A concert documentary of Led Zeppelin's December 10, 2007 tribute performance for Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun.

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Dick Carruthers
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jimmy Page ... Himself - Guitars (as Led Zeppelin)
Robert Plant ... Himself (Vocals and harmonica) (as Led Zeppelin)
John Paul Jones ... Himself (Bass guitar and keyboards) (as Led Zeppelin)
Jason Bonham Jason Bonham ... Himself (Drums, percussion and backing vocals) (as Led Zeppelin)
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Storyline

On 12 December 2007 legendary rock band Led Zeppelin reformed to perform a tribute concert for Atlantic Records founder Ahmed Ertegun. This is that concert. The concert, performed at London's O2 Arena, included their most well-known songs. Set list: Good Times, Bad Times; Ramble On; Black Dog; In My Time of Dying; For Your Life; Trampled Under Foot; Nobody's Fault But Mine; No Quarter; Since I've Been Loving You; Dazed and Confused; Stairway to Heaven; The Song Remains the Same; Misty Mountain Hop; Kashmir; Whole Lotta Love; Rock and Roll. Written by grantss

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Live from London 2007

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2012 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Celebration Day See more »

Filming Locations:

O2 Arena, London, England, UK

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$134,753
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DTS | Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Good Times, Bad Times, Ramble On and For Your Life were played first time on this concert. See more »

Quotes

["Stairway to Heaven" has just finished]
Robert Plant: Hey Ahmet. We did it!
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Connections

Featured in CBS This Morning: Episode #1.250 (2012) See more »

Soundtracks

Dazed and Confused
Written by Jimmy Page
Performed by Led Zeppelin
Published by Superhype Music Inc.
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A Must for Zeppelin Fans
3 January 2013 | by nyshrinkSee all my reviews

They can still rock.

I was skeptical of the idea of a reunion concert, but this more than met my expectations for the DVD. I wish I'd been at the concert--my last chance. I was too young to drive to the arena in the 70s; now I'll never see them live. This DVD is going to be as good as it gets and it's good, better than good. Robert Plant's signing is slightly different but just as interesting, Jimmy Page is still passionate and technically amazing, John Paul Jones is still the consummate professional and Jason Bonham is a lot of fun to watch and listen to.

The concert was supposed to be a tribute to Ahmet Ertegun but it's obvious it also had other meanings to the band members. There's a moment during a break when Page leans over to ruffle the non-existent hair on Jason Bonham's head and I couldn't help thinking that maybe this concert extinguishes any lingering bad karma over John Bonham's death. All I know is that I fell in love with Led Zeppelin all over again this past year, with the attention they've been getting making me listen to and appreciate their music again, with a more seasoned ear and an appreciation of how unique they were and their lasting impact.


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