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Celebration Day [2CD+Blu-ray+NTSC DVD--CD Case] [Deluxe Edition, Box set]

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  • Audio CD (19 Nov 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Deluxe Edition, Box set
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B009E3EY38
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  DVD  |  Blu-ray  |  Blu-ray Audio
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (464 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 47,260 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Good Times Bad Times
2. Ramble On
3. Black Dog
4. In My Time Of Dying
5. For Your Life
6. Trampled Under Foot
7. Nobody's Fault But Mine
8. No Quarter
9. Since I've Been Loving You
Disc: 2
1. Dazed And Confused
2. Stairway To Heaven
3. The Song Remains The Same
4. Misty Mountain Hop
5. Kashmir
6. Whole Lotta Love
7. Rock And Roll

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On December 10, 2007, Led Zeppelin took the stage at London’s O2 Arena to headline a tribute concert for dear friend and Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. What followed was a two-hour-plus tour de force of the band’s signature blues-infused rock ’n’ roll that instantly became part of the legend of Led Zeppelin. Founding members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were joined by Jason Bonham, the son of their late drummer John Bonham, to perform 16 songs from their celebrated catalog including landmark tracks “Whole Lotta Love,” “Rock And Roll,” “Kashmir,” and “Stairway To Heaven.”

The legendary show was captured on film and the result, Celebration Day, is now available on DVD and Blu-ray. The two-hour feature length film is presented in high definition video with excellent audio quality (5.1, 48 khz/20 bit hi-resolution audio surround sound). The aspect ratio is 16x9. Already garnering critical acclaim, the film is directed by Dick Carruthers, who worked with Led Zeppelin on their award-winning 2003 release DVD, and includes the entire 16-song concert.

A bonus DVD in the deluxe versions features the dress rehearsal at Shepperton Studios, filmed a few days before the O2 concert. The band play the entire set that was performed at the O2, and the DVD provides a unique insight into the concert buildup. The rehearsal is filmed by a single camera in SD and recorded in stereo.

BBC Review

The scramble for tickets for this December 2007 Ahmet Ertegun tribute show virtually caused the Internet to crash. Money on the table for a subsequent reunion tour ran into hundreds of millions.

Such facts are evidence, like it’s needed, of the intensity of interest in Led Zeppelin 30 years after they split. There had been desultory one-off reunions, but this O2 Arena show was the full monty. And now, for the best part of 20 million applicants who missed out on tickets for Greenwich, here is the official souvenir.

Available in a variety of varyingly priced packages, Celebration Day is an opportunity to witness the power and the glory of Led Zeppelin, quite possibly for the last time, and they certainly don’t disappoint. “There are certain songs that have to be played,” Robert Plant admits here, before a shrieking ride through one of the best back catalogues in rock.

There’s a scorched-earth take on Dazed and Confused, then the band harnesses its considerable energy on Ramble On, Black Dog and Rock and Roll. By the time they get to Whole Lotta Love you could swim home on the testosterone.

But there was always more to Led Zeppelin than amps that went up to 11. You think you’d groan, but Stairway to Heaven is curiously affecting (“Hey Ahmet,” grins Plant afterwards, “we did it”), while Kashmir has the relentless drive and authority of an invading army.

In My Time of Dying and Nobody’s Fault but Mine display Plant’s strengths as a singer, and the band’s empathy with the music which so inspired them. Truth be told, some of the Jimmy Page solos go on longer than The Archers, but to hear that potency harnessed and unleashed is undeniably impressive. Surprisingly, the star of the show is the drummer, young Jason Bonham. The sheer physicality of his playing is awesome and exhausting.

Following their split, Led Zeppelin have always been protective of their legacy. Celebration Day is a fitting addition to their history. Experienced in conjunction with Barney Hoskyns’ eye-opening new biography, Trampled Under Foot, this is a powerful reminder of just what made Zeppelin fly. Now, do excuse me… I think I can hear Valhalla calling…

--Patrick Humphries

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85 of 89 people found the following review helpful
So here it is at last on general sale: the 2xCD/Blu-Ray of Zeppelin's now-legendary one-off celebratory reunion performance on 10th December 2007 at London's O2 Arena. The event was to honour the life and work of Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun who in 1968 had such faith in a young British band that he backed them with money and a recording contract, and who died aged 83 of a backstage fall during the Rolling Stones benefit concert in October 2006.

Is all the hype about this concert justified? You bet. The performance is indeed worthy of all the superlatives heaped on it, and in every way outstanding.

Having seen the youthful band several times in the 1970s, the initial shock of seeing three guys in their 60s (well OK, in 2007 Plant was 59) - plus the near-perfect-fit Jason Bonham standing in for his long-departed father on drums - on stage together, is swept away once the music starts. From the storming opener `Good Times Bad Times' through two hours of some of their best-known numbers, this is Led Zeppelin, and this band ROCKS. The fast-fingered Page is outstanding; Plant - ever the great showman and commanding stage presence - retains power, emotion, volume and range in his voice even though he avoids the screaming high notes which gave Zeppelin distinctive character in their youth; JPJ is the bedrock for the band both on keyboards and bass, and Jason Bonham almost unbelievably gels with the band so perfectly that he might indeed be his father pounding the skins with power and feel.

Much of the time Page, Plant and Jones stand close together, physically; almost touching each other. The astounding thing is how relaxed they are, how at ease, how professional - and how they simply enjoy themselves on stage so much.
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296 of 316 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Content review - the film and music 13 Oct 2012
I'm one of the lucky ones to have been in the Hammersmith Apollo last night at the Premiere of this movie. I did have a concern on this release or at least the Amazon choices. All I could see originally were NTSC choices but then found the PAL DVD versions - the review covers the content rather than media standards and formats......BluRay will come to me eventually but only when the current backside kicking DVD home cinema system I own gives up the ghost!

Now for content alone it's gets 5 stars. And on watching this I hope they never reform because frankly it won't get any better than this in terms of musical tightness and perfection. This should and will stand as their most solid concert across their career in my view and as a legacy memory it will never be surpassed. I feel sorry for today's youngsters that they have nothing remotely close to this or Pink Floyd ( who should also resist any further reunifications for the same reasons) in terms of musical creativity and longevity (a dirty word for today's music hacks and DJs) .

The concert starts with a rip roaring version of Good Times Bad Times. Cue much air guitar and audience head nodding (not banging, the Zep crowd have long since gone beyond that). Plants voice isn't as strong and piercing as in his heyday and one wouldn't expect it, but its still streets ahead of any I've heard past and present and remains fully capable of carrying off the music. Note the high long notes of Stairway and Kashmir, which he carries off here with arrogant aplomb. I won't do a track by track critique because each is extraordinary in terms of variation and execution. Plants overcomes his ageing voice shortcomings with brilliant improvisation that is inspiring and creatively exciting.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Way way beyond my expecations 18 Oct 2012
Just back from the Screen Cinema in Winchester. Objective summary: the film is sensational, it looks utterly great, it sounds fantastic. Way beyond my expectations! It is fantastically well edited, excellent but not excessive use of film effects including what looks like super eight "fan footage" shot from the audience, and some great slow-motion moments too. Most importantly, the cutting between shots is not too fast, as has been a common complaint in other band concert films. There some lovely close-ups of Page's beautiful Gibson guitars too.

It is fabulous to see so much eye contact, smiles and warmth between the band - most of the time they are standing very close together - no long catwalk excursions here. A real sense of joy is palpable throughout.

My face is hurting from smiling so much. The whole thing is beyond terrific but if forced to pick highlights I'd say the epic, pulverising Kashmir, a lovely Stairway, and Trampled Underfoot, Nobody's fault but mine, and the "never played live before" from Presence - For your life (great black and white backdrop projections on that song). Oh hang on, I've just remembered, Since I've been loving you was an absolute tour de force too!

Thank you so much for releasing this Led Zeppelin.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is the promised land 19 Nov 2012
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This review is for the 2CD/Blu-ray/DVD bonus disc set.
Anyone with even a passing interest in Led Zeppelin needs to have this amazing set in their music collection.

The performances from Jones, Page and Plant , exceed anything from the patchy Song Remains the Same film. JPJ not only plays incredible bass and keyboards but, like the rest of the band , can't contain his joy at being finally reunited as the band belts out versions of some of rock music's finest tunes and riffs in a way no one has a right to expect.

I see some reviewers have criticised Robert's singing and reduced range. Well I have news for them, that's what makes this so wonderful. He is actually singing and not screaming or wailing and brings a maturity and depth that befits the passing of the years. Jimmy's guitar playing is fresh, urgent, sparky and tighter than anything I have seen of him before in concert.

I have deliberately not mentioned Jason Bonham until now. If his father was not looking on from somewhere on high with an approving nod and chest busting pride, then I would want to know why. Jason is absolutely tremendous in driving his Dad's old mates on to a supreme performance.

This video brings the intimacy of the stage into the living room in a way few concert DVDs have done before. And the DTS surround sound is absolutely bang on -- loud and ballsy but clear. Even Jason's occasional backing vocals which are a special treat !

The songs are treated in a similar way as they were on what was to prove to be the original line-up's final ever concerts during a tour of Europe in 1980 before Bonham's untimely death. They were being pared down with some improvisation but trying to peel away the excesses.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Celebrate the good times and the heavy metal music with the band of...
As I have said in my previous DVD review of the History of the Eagles 2013 this product is fantastic because Anyone with even a passing interest in Led Zeppelin needs to have this... Read more
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not a perfect pressing
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Published 27 days ago by Paul
5.0 out of 5 stars Just wish . . .
I had been able to see Zeppelin live! This box set is outstanding, the pressings are absolutely amazing - a great addition to any Zeppelin collection.
Published 1 month ago by Simon Phillips
5.0 out of 5 stars Long awaited but not over-rated - superb
This long awaited re-union was captured perfectly by this DVD and CD set, but not over-rated - superb. Loved it!
Published 1 month ago by Herbie Green
5.0 out of 5 stars A must for fans
Bought this as a gift for my hubby as he is a massive led Zeppelin fan. He loved it and the DVD that came with it.
Published 2 months ago by Mrs. A. L. Slater
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
This did not meet my expectations at all. I have all the original Zep albums but although the selection on this set wasn't too bad, the sound on my full size Hi Fi system was... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Southcoastkid
5.0 out of 5 stars Led Zeppelin CD - amazing
Bought as a Christmas present and the recipient over the moon. Loves it, delighted and has never stopped playing it. Delivered promptly in time for Santa. Would recommend
Published 2 months ago by Scottish Gal
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent concert, fantastic records, great pressing
This really is an excellent Led Zeppelin concert, and the quality of the recording. Is remarkable. All 3 original members play out of their skins, and Bonham Jr is a very good... Read more
Published 3 months ago by David Bartlett
5.0 out of 5 stars Led Zep - awesome
This has to be one of the best live rock CDs/DVDs ever produced.
Fabulous production.
Rolls back the years when Led Zep were for over 10 years the biggest band on the... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Band of Joy
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, well worth buying.
Great concert for Led Zeppelin fans. A must buy. Bought for my partner and he's a Zeppelin fan. He loves it.
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