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Jimmy Page / Robert Plant - No Quarter - Unledded [VHS] [1995]


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  • Language: German
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6303284183
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 242,480 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Smokey Joe on 27 Oct. 2004
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When Jimmy Page was looking for a new band project after the Yardbirds he was tempted to go in the direction of one of his chief influences, Bert Jansch, and form a Pentangle-like group, performing acoustic folk rock. Although I'm sure it would have been a great band, I doubt it would have reached the heights and the worldwide level of acclaim that he achieved with Led Zeppelin
However, for those of us who like to play "what-if" this release gives us an insight into the power and skill that both Page and Plant have as acoustic musicians - and what might have been.
Plant rarely unstraps his custom made, twin-neck 12/6 string Ovation acoustic guitar while romping through legendary Zep tracks including Gallows Pole, Nobody's Fault But Mine, When The Levee Breaks (my personal favourite) and Four Sticks. Page's true acoustic virtuosity is highlighted in "The Rain Song" where he expertly solos above the London Metropolitan Orchestra.
Equally amazing is the undiminished power and control of Robert Plant's voice, well into his forties when these tracks were recorded in 1995.
Although not entirely "unplugged" this disc does contain a great deal of 'roots' influences with significant input from musicians from Marakesh and Egypt. It is a testament to the validity of Zep's music that these diverse sources can provide an effective counterpoint for the original songs.
The whole disc is a delight both for the original MTV footage but also for the generous additions of interviews and bonus tracks. Audio quality is excellent.
With Led Zeppelin enjoying a well deserved renaissance, especially with a new generation of listeners, this disc represents an excellent addition to the Page, Plant and Led Zeppeling catalogue.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Paul Harper on 29 Oct. 2005
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If you are considering this dvd you will only read these reviews to make sure the dvd quality is good - of course you already like led zep/plant/page etc or you wouldn't be on the page!
This is a class act dvd, excellent production and great sound particularly on dolby 5.1. - The music? - not heavy led zep but it still rocks ( It is plant and page ! ) and very much worth getting - it just grew and grew on me the more I watched/listened to it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Sacks on 25 Dec. 2006
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You know, I was skeptical at first but now I just kick myself. Who am I to doubt the great Robert Plant and the musical genius himself Jimmy Page. I am only 19 years old so the only time I can see Led Zeppelin live is on the double disc DVD, that is a must! But this DVD, is a showcase of all the songs that you love but would never expect to see live. Page plays his beautiful Gibson on songs such as "Thank You" & "What Is And What Should Never Be". But his acoustic sound on "That's They Way" & the "Rain Song" is superb. He also treats us to playing the mandolin in "Battle Of Evermore". If you own a surround sound system, this is great. It is mixed really well and because it is played with a full orchestra, there are enough instruments to go around all 5 speakers!

If you are still debating it don't. This is another milestone performance by two legends/Gods. If you are anyway a fan of the greatest band ever, Led Zeppelin, you will appreciate this. So go on and treat yourself.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By DSitcom on 25 Oct. 2005
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As a massive Led Zeppelin fan, it took me a little while to actually purchase the Unledded dvd, Page and Plant's mid-90's reunion as part of MTV's popular Unplugged series. This was mainly due to the lack of bigger Led Zep tracks being part of this series of performances. However, what is here is, after close inspection, superb. The attempts to add Eastern elements to most of the tracks covered was exceptionally executed. Highlights include Thank You, The Battle of Evermore, Since I've Been Loving You, The Rain Song and what has to be the superior version of the best track from Physical Graffiti, Kashmir (A song which Led Zep always planned to re-record as Robert Plant was unhappy with his vocal effort). Now it seems, Page and Plant finally got round to giving Kashmir even more justice, and it's paid off, to the extent where you really should buy this dvd (or it's cd equivalent) for this track finale alone. Overall, Page is on form, with probably the most bizarrely impressive host of guitar types ever. Plant's voice is exceptional given his age, it even sounds better than it did on later Led Zep albums such as "In Through The Out Door". What is important however, is Since I've Been Loving You. This blues track is performed exceptionally, and I personally think the older nature of Page and Plant gives the track new meaning and depth. An essential purchase for Led Zep fans, and perfect for people who prefer acoustic-rock, as this is dominant here. Just a shame John Paul Jones was unforgivably forgotten throughout all this brilliance.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Guardian TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 May 2013
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Jimmy Page and Robert Plant met in 1968 and hit it off when they discovered they shared unorthodox and wide-ranging musical interests. Despite Led Zeppelin's reputation as the founding fathers of heavy metal, real fans know that what made Zep unique was the variety of musical styles deployed in their compositions. Ideas from North African and Indian music (check out Page's frequently unconventional guitar tunings) as well as Mississippi Delta blues, Appalachian mountain music and the folk traditions of the British Isles all fed into the Zeppelin song book.

The 1994 reunion between Page and Plant was sparked by an invitation to perform together on MTV's `Unplugged' series, and by music producer Bill Curbishley talking Robert Plant around to the idea (Page needed no persuasion).

The resulting concert at the studios of London Weekend Television (LWT) forms the centrepiece of this DVD which captures and celebrates the `Unledded' project. `No Quarter' contains 17 musical pieces performed either at the LWT concert, or outside in the open air in North Wales, or under the hot sun in Morocco with a group of Arab musicians. Four of the pieces - `City Don't Cry', `The Truth Explodes', `Wah Wah' and `Wonderful One' - are non-Zeppelin compositions, the rest imaginative re-works of songs written jointly by Page and Plant and originally recorded by Zeppelin in the 1970s.

The new arrangements are backed by 7 musicians playing banjo, mandolin, bodhran and hurdy-gurdy as well as bass and percussion. To add further spice to the mix a traditional Egyptian 11-piece musical ensemble is deployed on many of the tracks and on those recorded in Marrakech, a group of Moroccan musicians.
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