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No Quarter: Music of Page & Plant [VHS]


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Product Details

  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: German
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Atlantic / Wea
  • VHS Release Date: April 11, 1995
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (140 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6303284183
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #582,728 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

17 Songs. 01. No quarter 02. Thank you 03. What is and what should never be 04. The battle of evermore 05. Gallows pole 06. Nobody's fault but mine 07. City don't cry 08. The truth explodes 09. Wah wah 10. When the levee breaks 11. Wonderful one 12. Since I've been loving you 13. The rain song 14. That's the way 15. Four sticks 16. Friends 17. Kashmir

Customer Reviews

The digitally mastered sound and video quality is amazing.
Barbara Rose
The MTV Unledded performance from Page & Plant is truly magical.
jimmypageisgod
This is absolutely a must buy for zeppelin or just music fans.
Chad D. Monre

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142 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Sideburns on November 16, 2004
Format: DVD
Ex-Led Zeppelin vocalist and lyricist Robert Plant always said that the true spirit of Led Zeppelin as represented within a single song was more evident in "Kashmir" than it was in AOR standby classic tracks like "Rock & Roll" and "Black Dog"; the notion that a hard rock blues-based band of English white boys who practically invented the heavy metal music genre could in fact be considered the godfathers of "World Beat" music a full generation before Peter Gabriel came along is conveniently overlooked by Western rock music fans, as is the notion that the principles of Eastern music (in terms of Indian and Arabic theories and applications) were far more prevalent within Led Zeppelin's work than that of the Beatles, typically more associated with Indian music thanks to George Harrison's association with Ravi Shankar.

This outstanding live performance recorded 10 years ago as of this writing is a fantastic example of Plant's opinion and the Led Zeppelin vision of musical exploration gloriously realized. As detailed within the interview included with this DVD's bonus features, Plant and guitarist/co-songwriter Jimmy Page chose a set that lent itself well to a broad interpretation and that reflected less the brute force of the riff-driven heavy metal classic tracks that permeate albums such as "Led Zeppelin II" and their self-titled 4th album (although "Four Sticks" and a wild reinterpretation of "When The Levee Breaks" are included) and more of the songs crafted as introspective compostions from "Led Zeppelin III" and "Houses Of The Holy".

This is not Led Zeppelin in their prime; that would be "How The West Was Won".
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Alex G on October 27, 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Well, Sir Robert and James Page have done it again!

This time, in a re-release of MTV's 1994 Special UnLedded Page and Plant video, the full beauty of Robert's voice, and Jimmy Page and his mastery of guitar legend abound.

It is replete with wonderful moments, such as Gallows Pole, featuring Jimmy playing one of his own BlackMountainside Brand custom acoustic guitars, Friends, a fabulous, exotic song from Zep III, and a heavy version of THE song, Kashmir, replete with cello phenom Caroline Dale, her entire ensemble of British cellists, Giles, Milne, et al, an Egyptian string ensemble, (with monstrously talented Egyptian violin soloist Wael Abu Bakr) doing lead violin solo, and Jimmy playing the 50,000$, multi computerized GIbson Les Paul Transperformance guitar - capable of instantaneously moving and retuning to nearly 100 different modal tunings real time- with relish. Jimmy has that device down to a science. Kashmir is simply still astonishing and brings tears to the eyes delivered like this. Power and glory abound here.

There is EVEN Page/Plant/Jones and Lee, doing a parody of Dred Zeppelins' (Nobody's Fault) doing a parody of Led Zep. How about that for turnabout? All in good fun of course. It's even dumbed down to Dreds level for extra gusto.

The other piec de resistanc' is No Quarter, the beginning song, filmed outdoors, in the woods, in Wales, with Jimmy doing a totally re-worked No quarter in modal 12 string, acoustic, and Robert handling his own array of black boxes (on his lap) through which he does misty mountain hopping special FX for his voice, in real time. THIS is priceless.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By michael shaoul on April 6, 2003
Format: DVD
I'm very surprised that no has rated this DVD yet. This is one of the best live concerts I have ever scene. Plant and Page are masters and work together like two soulfull, deep and invested musicians at the top of how real musicians should make music. The Arabic touches are mesmerizing. This combination of Middle-Eastern music with rock breathes a fresh spin on the classic rock genre that, unfortunatly, is not done by too many other bands today. I can't understand why either - these styles can compliment each other so nicely if done right like they way it's done here. What a great sound. Stand out traks - "Friends," "Kashmir," "Four Sticks," "Scince I've Been Loving You," "The Rain Song" and one of my other favorites, "Nobody's Fault But Mine." I can't say how much of an impact this made on me the first time I saw it. My dad bought it on VHS and we watched it when I was about 16. That was it for me. I discovered real music. I'm 21 now, and Led Zepplin still remains on of my favorite bands including Talking Heads and Jethro Tull. I always wondered why this concert never went on DVD, so to finnally find it was great. This music started it all for me. It's deep, powerful, fun and emotional music. Note - People who like "The Backstreet Boys" will, more then likely, not like this music. It's not pop, just great music.
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42 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Tuco on February 21, 2005
Format: DVD
First off, this is a must have for fans of Zepp as this DVD includes near perfect renditions of all of the classics that were not included on the recent 2 DVD set. Great acoustic stuff here. Not to be missed...

Secondly, Page and Plant should be ashamed of themselves for not inviting John Paul Jones' participation. It goes against everything that Zeppelin stands for. Not only did he contribute his solid bass and keyboard skills he was also the single entity that kept the band together in their later years. Explainable for no other reason but sheer Greed.

Shortly after this was filmed, Zepp was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Page, Plant and Jones all accepted the award together along with Bonhams son. Jones approached the mike and made the public comment when accepting "I'd like to thank my mates(looking at Page/Plant) for remembering my phone number this time." Page and Plant immediately look at each other with embarrassment and shame. Plant then glances back at Jones while mimmicking that he was searching his jacket and trouser pockets for a pen. An all time low for this mighty band and their stellar reputation...
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