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.