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  1. I saw Robert and The Sensational Shape Shifters in Melbourne on Wednesday night. WOW,what a first time experience for seeing Robert Plant! Quite a few Zep songs were performed along with Spoonful,Tin Pan Valley,The Enchanter and Another Tribe.Robert was his usual engaging self with a couple of humorous quips thrown in about Australia's convict heritage which got the crowd laughing.There was a real atmosphere in the arena with very few empty seats,and as I looked around everyone was rocking away and all songs were greeted well.Although Robert remarked on it and I noticed too that it took the crowd a little time to warm up. The band,who are - Robert Plant - vocals, harmonica; Juldeh Camara - ritti (one-stringed African violin), kologo (African banjo), talking drum, vocals; Justin Adams - guitar, bendir, vocals; John Baggott - keyboards; Liam "Skin" Tyson - guitar, vocals; Dave Smith - drums and percussion; Billy Fuller - bass guitar, vocals - were in top form and performed like the pro's they are,giving RP an excellent platform and backing in which to showcase his talents. The sound was very good and was nice and clear up where I was sitting.The crowd consisted of people ranging from what I'd call elderly,there's no slight in that term either as those people had the broadest grins plastered on their faces before and after the show,to as young as my friends son who is 12.He's already a Zeppelin fan,now he's also a Robert fan. If you get a chance,Zep friends,catch this show.It's special.
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