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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Page-Plant-Irvine-...7689&sr=1-4

Anyone seen this from amazon UK ?? also lots of Led Zep bootleg DVD for sale on AMAZON UK

1 The Wanton Song 3:44

2 Bring It On Home 1:29

3 Ramble On 5:13

4 Thank You 7:21

5 No Quarter 6:41

6 That's The way 6:35

7 Hurdy Gurdy Solo 3:35

8 Gallow's Pole 4:40

9 Since I've Been Loving You 9:18

10 The Song Remains The Same 6:40

11 Going To California 4:30

12 Babe I'm Gonna Leave You 7:57

13 Friends 4:12

14 Four Sticks 5:27

15 Whole Lotta love 19:40

16 In The Evening 10:23

17 Kashmir 15:00

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Page-Plant-Irvine-...7689&sr=1-4

Anyone seen this from amazon UK ?? also lots of Led Zep bootleg DVD for sale on AMAZON UK

1 The Wanton Song 3:44

2 Bring It On Home 1:29

3 Ramble On 5:13

4 Thank You 7:21

5 No Quarter 6:41

6 That's The way 6:35

7 Hurdy Gurdy Solo 3:35

8 Gallow's Pole 4:40

9 Since I've Been Loving You 9:18

10 The Song Remains The Same 6:40

11 Going To California 4:30

12 Babe I'm Gonna Leave You 7:57

13 Friends 4:12

14 Four Sticks 5:27

15 Whole Lotta love 19:40

16 In The Evening 10:23

17 Kashmir 15:00

Hi there,

The disc that you mention, is one of 3...... Irvine is one, Milwaukee is the second, & Detroit is the third, & that comes with a Bonus. Together its called the "Eternal Burning".

Fantastic gigs, Just wish i was there.

Hang-man.

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I was there. The highlight for me was the Lili Haydn violin solo at the end of Kashmir.

Plant sang so much better on tour than he did on Unledded it's not even funny. There is a clip on Youtube of Since I've Been Loving you from this show and right after Page's solo he successfully hits a 1969-era note. Page was also better but didn't really peak until they dropped Porl Thompson for the 1998 tour.

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I went to this concert for two nights with my boyfriend. We had a pretty good time.

Wanton Song

Thank You

No Quarter

Another Plantation, "This is from Herman's Hermits."

That's The Way

Since I've Been Loving You

The Song Remains The Same

Going to California

Whole Lotta Love

In The Evening

What Is and What Should Never Be/Break on Through

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I find it strange to watch Robert sing in this era. He looks so uncomfortable in his own skin. He has moments of great singing and moments where he has this unconfident whining take over.

Even Robert can't live up to the magic he created in the early seventies it seems and I think you can see the reason he has second doubts about doing Zeppelin. It must be hard to try and put on that persona that sang and danced so like a man possessed in early years when he didn't have to try and put it on-it just came naturally.

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He has always had an endearing whininess in his voice here and there along the way, like a baby wanting a cookie or something, very sweet. It doesn't bother me. It's an attention-getting behavior that has tended to work well for him in some ways.

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I find it strange to watch Robert sing in this era. He looks so uncomfortable in his own skin.

I think Robert entered into the Page/Plant project thinking he was being progressive and updating Zep for the 90s. I think somewhere along the way Jimmy got the better of him. The arrangements progressively dropped the acoustics, they dropped Porl Thompson, and went back to recreating the 70s Zep experience and Robert was temporarily living in a haze of nostalgia. I think at the stage of life he was in, with Zep having gone on to win over the critics and another generation of fans, he was happy to do this as kind of a victory lap and certainly the fans were happy. But I could understand how after WiC bombed that he would see this as a creative dead-end.

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Saw both P&P tours, 1998 was way better!!! They should have takin Jonesy w/ them, it may never happen now. Coolest thing for me, playing Plants Calling to You and Coverdale Pages Shake my Tree, loved that!

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I think Robert entered into the Page/Plant project thinking he was being progressive and updating Zep for the 90s. I think somewhere along the way Jimmy got the better of him. The arrangements progressively dropped the acoustics, they dropped Porl Thompson, and went back to recreating the 70s Zep experience and Robert was temporarily living in a haze of nostalgia. I think at the stage of life he was in, with Zep having gone on to win over the critics and another generation of fans, he was happy to do this as kind of a victory lap and certainly the fans were happy. But I could understand how after WiC bombed that he would see this as a creative dead-end.

that's an interesting take, i subscribe to alot of those thoughts myself.

the '95 tour was definitely the most adventuresome....had it been a full-blown led zep tour with jonesy and those arrangements, they would have been back all the way, able to do what ever they wanted next. (especially a new album of new material)

as my avatar indicates, jimmy page is my mofo!@@#$%! and the only time in '95 that i felt let down was porl taking the solo on TSRTS. but when jimmy raised the doubleneck up behind the drums, the entire arena swelled to bursting. it was the ultimate rockstar moment.

however, my friends and i discussed porl after the show and we all agreed (or seemed to) that it was not that big a deal and that jimmy page was still definitely back.

using so much percussion to replace john bonham was, i thought, the ultimate sign of respect.

now, after all this talk of irvine, i'm gonna dig it out and watch it right now!

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