Madison Square Garden - July 27, 1973
"Rock and Roll" performed live in New York 1973, from "The Song Remains the Same".
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I don't know if any of the guys actually get this, but just in case one of them does...please, PLEASE, for the sake of rock-n-roll & all of music in general, PLEASE somehow, manage to get on the same page (no pun intended) & go on a WORLD TOUR! I know some of you, (Bob), may have your reservations, but honestly, for the sake of humanity in general, don't deprive the world, potential future musicians & Led Zeppelin lovers the chance that the Beatles denied their followers. There was never another band like you, nor has there been since. Jimmy, you inspired me to learn guitar & actually start taking lessons at the ripe old age of 38. Led Zeppelin was already done when you were that age. Think of it. Every day that passes is another opportunity lost. None of us are getting any younger. You're doing the human race a great dis-service by depriving them of your art. I hate to bring this down to something as disgusting as money, but hey...it talks. Do you realize the numbers you'd bring in? You'd sell out multiple nights in every city. In the depths of the recession people would pay whatever it took to see the might Zeppelin. Come on guys, the world needs you. I wanna bring my daughters to see the greatest band that ever was.