Led Zeppelin to release reunion DVD and CD

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    Led Zeppelin to release reunion DVD and CD

    From LATimes.com:

    When Led Zeppelin announced five years ago that the band’s surviving members would reunite for the group’s first headline show in 27 years, more than 20 million requests for tickets flooded in. Only 18,000 fans got in to London’s O2 arena to see the performance, but as of Oct. 17, the unlucky millions who were shut out will have another shot by way of limited theatrical screenings, to be followed Nov. 19 by the release of the concert in multiple home video formats.

    In addition, founding members Robert PlantJimmy Page and John Paul Jones, who were joined at the O2 show by original drummer John Bonham’s son, Jason, will be shown a whole lotta love in Washington on Dec. 2 as one of this year’s recipients of the Kennedy Center  Honors.

    Led Zeppelin reunited in a salute to record executive Ahmet Ertegun, the co-founder of Atlantic Records, the group’s label in the late 1960s and '70s. Despite international clamoring for a reunion tour, the Dec. 10, 2007, show remains Zeppelin’s only latter-day performance.

    The “Celebration Day” film of the shows will be screened on more than 1,500 screens in more than 40 territories worldwide, following special premiere screenings in Los Angeles, New York, London and other major cities. Tickets for the public screenings go on sale Thursday at the band's website

    Here's a list of the songs,running a little over 2 hours:

    Good times bad times

    Black Dog 

    Ramble on

    In my time of dying

    For your life

    Trampled under foot

    Nobody's fault but mine

    No Quarter

    Since I been loving you

    Dazed and confused

    Stairway to Heaven

    The song remains the same

    Misty mountain hop

    Kashmir

    Whole lotta love

    Rock and Roll

     

     

     
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    Re: Led Zeppelin to release reunion DVD and CD

    Can't wait.

    Wow -- what a great set, and yet there's so much "missing."

     
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    Re: Led Zeppelin to release reunion DVD and CD

    Greg,

    Just imagine what's "missing."

    Off the top of my head:

    • Communication Breakdown
    • All of My Love
    • Going to California
    • Immigrant Song
    • Thank You
    • Tangerine
    • The Song Remains the Same
    • Houses of the Holy
    • Heartbreaker
    • Over the Hills and Far Away
    • Hot Dog
    • Dancing Days
    • Gallows Pole
    • Achilles Last Stand
    • In the Evening
    • Down by the Seaside
    • Battle of Evermore
    • When the Levee Breaks

    I'm sure there's more, but heck, this wold be a great set by itself.

     
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    Re: Led Zeppelin to release reunion DVD and CD

    So little of what they put out was bad.

     
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    Re: Led Zeppelin to release reunion DVD and CD

    This thread has gotten me on a Led Zep kick.

     
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    Re: Led Zeppelin to release reunion DVD and CD

    This is the song Kasmir from the 2007 reunion.This isn't the DVD or CD quailty video,this is some guy recording with an I-Phone or something.Still sounds pretty good though!

     

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rO7HtU0Co6Y&feature=related

     
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    Re: Led Zeppelin to release reunion DVD and CD

    I think this is a pretty good version of the song Rock and Roll.Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones joined the Foo Fighters to do the song in 2008.Here's a link:

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WFw7rgPumY

     
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