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Published: 2012/05/31

Robert Plant & the Band of Joy Announce Live DVD

Robert Plant & the Band of Joy have announced the release of a live DVD capturing their performance at the War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee on February 9, 2011. Portions of the show aired nationwide on public television’s Live from the Artists Den, but on July 10 the concert will be released in full for the first time via Artists Den Entertainment and Universal Music Group. The career-spanning performances features Led Zeppelin favorites, traditional songs, hits from Plant’s solo catalogue, and new material.

Robert Plant explains the excitement of the evening in his own words in the liner notes included with the DVD:

Some years back I was propelled by chance, with little planning or expectation into an American way…with a lean and pull into a new direction…voices and harmony, restraint and explosion, tight and loose, great joy in great company….in a blizzard in Nashville. My thanks to one and all for aiding and abetting this exciting bend in the road.

Check out the DVD’s full tracklisting below.

Robert Plant & the Band of Joy: Live from the Artists Den Tracklisting

1. Black Dog
2. Angel Dance
3. Houses of the Holy
4. House of Cards
5. Cindy, I’ll Marry You Someday
6. Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
7. Somewhere Trouble Don’t Go
8. Tangerine
9. A Satisfied Mind
10. Move Up
11. Down to the Sea
12. Ramble On
13. Gallows Pole
14. In the Mood
15. Rock and Roll
16. I Bid You Goodnight


There are 4 comments associated with this post

drasticjasper May 31, 2012, 17:42:06

I caught some of this stuff at a few of the festivals it is the most godawful no tempo
shoegazer crap I have ever seen and Plant’s voice is totally shot as is his stage presence and timing…literally unwatchable/unlistenable the only people who could like this would have to be on thorazine retarded and never have heard a led zep record…truly truly sad and pathetic

Jesse May 31, 2012, 18:08:32

I caught this at the Sony Centre in Toronto and it was one of the best shows of the year. Robert Plant is at a post-Zeppelin career high. This should be amazing. The previous commenter has his head completely buried in his rear end.

Max May 31, 2012, 20:34:43

I agree with Jesse. Saw this tour last year. Patty Griffin and Buddy Miller added agreat new element to the Zeppelin tunes. Plant can’t hit the high notes like he could in his 20’s, but still has a rock god stage presence and frankly would look pretty foolish if he was still trying to act 25. this set will be great.

Paulie May 31, 2012, 22:49:59

Thanks alot for giving us yet another wash out CD.
Do yourself and the world a BIG favor Mr. Plant.
Go get the the worlds best – most creative – most beautiful guitar player – the most masterful bass and keyboard player alive today – and the son of the King of Kings (duh-Bonham DNA )- and MAKE SOME MORE UNSTOPPABLELEGENDARYMODERN DAY LED ZEPPELIN MUSIC ALREADY!!!!!!!!!!!
DIG IT…............???

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