Average: 4.8 (1227 votes)

December 10, 2007

London, UK

The O2 Arena

Setlist:

Good Times Bad Times, Ramble On, Black Dog, In My Time Of Dying,  For Your Life, Trampled Underfoot, Nobody's Fault But Mine, No Quarter, Since I've Been Loving You, Dazed And Confused, Stairway To Heaven, The Song Remains The Same, Misty Mountain Hop, Kashmir, Whole Lotta Love, Rock And Roll

Notes:

Led Zeppelin reunites with Jason Bonham on drums for the Ahmet Ertugen Tribute charity concert. Official release, "Celebration Day", on audio cd, blu-ray and DVD on Nov. 19th, 2012.

Original 2007 announcement page, here.

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I was there...it was incredible! Thank You Zep!

The Fish's Led Zeppelin Adventure! London O2 Arena 2007

Fish's review of Led Zep!
It was hard for me to be critical of band I have anxiousily waited 27 years to witness, but it was worth the wait! I imagine it would be like getting out of prison to have a steak dinner and a cold beer as I was serving my rock-n-roll sentence without Zep.... but now I am free. I pondered the quality of what I was about to witness in person at London's O2 arena and had admitted in advance limited expectation. I wondered about the ability of Robert Plant to hit the high notes, Jimmy Page to rip the right chords on guitar, working exiled Bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones into the mix and last but not least would Jason Bonham rise to the level in memory of his Father ? That was a lot to ask...Do you believe in miracles...YES!

Led Zep rocked the celebrity laced crowd from the opening number "Good Times, Bad Times" until the final note of "Rock and Roll" Many felt the sound wavered in the first few numbers , but my floor seat in front of the sound board was a perfect place to enjoy the best sound and only a few moments of feedback or unbalanced troubles really was noticable.

My favorites included "Trampled Under Foot" "Song Remains the Same" and "Ramble On"...I enjoyed every number but did manage a beer break during "Dazed and Confused" and ran into Joe Elliott of Def Leppard, James Young of Styx, Film Star Tera Patrick - a great mix of people at this show! "Stairway to Heaven" for whatever reason lacked the audience response I thought it would get, perhaps the song is outdated? A young girl in my area cried tears of joy during the entire song, in fact many cried tears of happiness during this emotional Led Zep reunion. (Including me, three or four times) Jason Bonham added a sizzle to all the songs, Jimmy Page looked like he was having the time of his life being a Rock god again, Jonesy was smiles on the bass, Robert Plant seemed to soak in the moment and somewhere John Bonham had to be proud of his Son.... I could write and talk about this show for hours but you'll see it soo n enough - I predict a 65,000 crowd at Qwest field sometime Summer 2008? Led Zep 9 out of 10...Nobody's Perfect! It was the greatest road trip adventure of my life




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