Jimmy Page/Robert Plant: No Quarter: Page and Plant Unledded

Jimmy Page/Robert Plant: No Quarter: Page and Plant Unledded


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/26/2004
UPC: 0603497032426
Original Release: 1995
Rating: NR
Source: Warner StraT. MKT.
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:33:00
Sales rank: 9,096

Special Features

Included in this package, Blackdog performed at ABC American Music Awards; Exclusive footage from Page & Plant interview; Moroccan Montage; Most High; Remixed for stereo and 5.1 surround sound

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. No Quarter [3:39]
2. Thank You [5:54]
3. What Is and What Should Never Be [5:08]
4. The Battle of Evermore [6:55]
5. Gallows Pole [4:19]
6. Nobody's Fault but Mine [3:48]
7. City Don't Cry [3:13]
8. The Truth Explodes [4:39]
9. Wah Wah [4:01]
10. When the Levee Breaks [4:21]
11. Wonderful One [5:09]
12. Since I've Been Loving You [7:32]
13. The Rain Song [7:30]
14. That's the Way [5:35]
15. Four Sticks [5:17]
16. Friends [4:42]
17. Kashmir [11:16]
18. Closing Credits [:54]

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Jimmy Page/Robert Plant: No Quarter: Page and Plant Unledded 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am an avid fan of Led Zeppelin and I am very pleased with this long-awaited DVD. The remastered sound and picture are a vast improvement over the video. The guitars and vocal singing are much clearer and resonant in the DVD. The guitar comes out especially well in the songs where Page plays the acoustic guitar and the guitar is not as muddled in the songs where Page plays the electric. Besides the track list, there are some special features as well - an interview with Plant and Page, 'Blackdog' performed for the Music Awards, a montage in Morocco, and the Most High video. Highly recommended for Zeppelin fans and fans of Robert Plant / Jimmy Page.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'll admit, I wasn't expecting this DVD to be that good, but it's absolutely amazing. Both Robert and Jimmy sound fantastic, and the new versions of their old songs sound great, too. The extras include a great interview with Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, and the music video for Most High. I definitely recommend this DVD.
Juan Noyola More than 1 year ago
Okay I know it is only half of the original, but hey half is better than none. Great music from two of the most talented musicians ever. Must have for all you led heads.