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Soundstage: Robert Plant & the Strange Sensation
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I was stupid enough not to have seen any of the dates since the rearranger album, but have listened to radio and web broadcasts of some of the concerts, but nothing prepares you for the visual and audio presentation on this DVD.
Perhaps of the old gaurd only this guy and Peter Gabriel try anything different.
Go out and buy it...
The TOTP performances are a strange addition - they point up very nicely the difference between that and the eclectic, Arabian / African influenced work he's doing now. What he is doing with his hands in his pocket on the 'Big Log' footage I don't like to think.
But back to the main event - every track is a winner, but for Led Zep fans the reworkings bring a new side to what were always amazing songs. Well worth buying.
If Percy wasn;'t 60 you'd say this band has great potential. I would definitely recommend this but I tgink they should have more self confidence and dispose of the legacy stuff (well almost anyway)
What does bug me a bit is that I get the impression that the young, pretty people with American teeth were all put at the front of the audience while the average demographic of a Plant concert - greying, thinning on top and spreading around the middle, are all probably stuck at the back.
When telling friends about The Mighty Rearranger I suggest getting this DVD before getting the album.
My only problem with this disc is that the live gig seems way too short - maybe it is just me wanting more? There are a few music videos tagged on to the end, which is something at least, but more live stuff would have been better.
If you are debating, just do it, get the DVD. It is great sound (5.1), great picture - and Robert Plant.
Robert Plant may not be able to hit all the high notes that he once could but with his band, Strange Sensation, he hits the right notes. Strange Sensation may be the best group of musicians Robert Plant has worked with in his solo career. Justin Adams plays some amazing blues guitar riffs.
I am giving this DVD 4 stars because run time is only 66 minutes and I wanted more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this music.Good way to hear the songs in their full unabridged glory.Good sound.Published 1 month ago by Mr. D. J. Williams
Robert Plant and a great band reel off some classic Zep and new songs too. Superb musicianship and a great gig in HD quality.Published on 10 Dec. 2010 by dml2502