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Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Shake My Tree - 5/1/95 Milwaukee


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Jimmy never got the chance to take the C/P stuff on tour in the US so Robert is clearly throwing him a bone here, with Jimmy returning the favor with Calling to You.

I wonder how that worked.

Plant doesn't look thrilled to be singing a Coverdale song,

even though it is a good one, and he does a good version of it.

The guitar part was written at the time of In Through The Outdoor.

Page & Plant later dropped Shake My Tree from the set.

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The guitar part was written at the time of In Through The Outdoor.

Didn't know that...not surprising though cause it would have an amazing Zeppelin track.

It's a great song and Robert puts his own spin on it. (as always) There's another clip of that same show where they are covering The Cure's 'Lulluby' That's also a great version.

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i was really, really into the coverdale/page album seeing that it was the newest stuff from page at the time. i thought the album was great, and i still listen to it today.

in march of 95 i saw page/plant in miami, and man did i go wild when the opening riff of that song kicked in. i couldn't believe it! and we all had been hearing the whole "david coverplant" comments going on and i never thought they would ever play a c/p song. i thought it was great. incidentally, the calling to you renditions on that tour were incredible too.

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