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Jimmy Page - Robert Plant


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3.94 | 77 ratings

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Sean Trane
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4 stars Well I reviewed the DVD of this historic reunion event, so you might want to head on over that page to read up my drivel, but of course, this was the original album that made history, so it deserves some attention as well.

Of course the original album is presented in a fairly different track order than the concert DVD and it is quite a bit shorter - three tracks are missing: Rain Song, What Is and Truth Explodes - but then again most tracks are in fairly different version than on the DVD. So I'll mainly discuss the three "Moroccan" jam tracks (all vastly expandable? Brian Jones did better 28 years sooner) and the Wonderful One, which seems like the only real new composition for the project.

So if one had to choose between the present album and the DVD, it doesn't make the shadow of a doubt that the full concert wins hands down, but it shouldn't deter you from lending an appropriate ear to the original release, the one that made the significant impact over a year before the DVD release.

Sean Trane | 4/5 |


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