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Led Zeppelin's Last Show Ever on DVD

Note: This is an unauthorized DVD, but it's the only great video of the evening.
It was also shot by a professional - that makes a world of difference.

Wide screen, dual layer DVD R
Remixed and Remastered in PCM Stereo.

You get:

Good Times, Bad Times
Ramble On
Black Dog
In My Time of Dying
Trampled Underfoot
Nobody's Fault but Mine
No Quarter
Since I've Been Loving You
Daved and Confused   (with green lazer pyramid/tornadoe*)
Stairway to Heaven   (I can't believe Plant agreed to sing it)
The Song Remains the Same
Misty Mountain Hop
Kashmir   (with Plant's best vocal ever?)
Whole Lotta Love
Rock and Roll

The band recently said they would NOT release this magic night
but you can get a copy if you're a current subscriber to

Rave reviews for Led Zeppelin 
 Thunder, lightning and the hammer of the gods


"Simply blown away by the world's greatest band", the Telegraph's critic David Cheal wrote.
"It scarcely seemed possible that a group could be this good."

"Bizarre, beguiling and better than ever," was The Guardian's ***** review.

"Older equipment may take a while to get going, but once the requisite valves heat up, 
the quality is unmistakable," cracked Pete Paphides in the Times.

"Page was a continual shock on guitar. At sixty-three, Page is undiminished in
his sorcerer's mix of reckless ferocity - stammering runs, strangled howls, 
granite-block chords - and guitar-army wow," gushed Rolling Stones writer David Fricke.

"Page was almost inhumanly exciting. 
It was like watching a man invent electricity,"said The Evening Standard.

    ha ha, That was my favorite.

Rude Rich and Danny Detriot gotta be tearing their hair out.
The groups they like never got reviews like that.

Trust me, this is a really nice package.
The seller has some nice hi-def stills of the night, too.

And it's copy-protected so you can't make copies..

Yeah, Bart, I need a copy of that greatest ever concert!

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