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Old 12-10-2007, 05:58 PM   #76
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Wow.
Where did you watch this?
Close your eyes Andy... it's all there...
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Whole lotta love(likely the last song of the night)
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Setlist so far:

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
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As a lurker........ I must say this is a great setlist party!!! I can feel the electricity from here!!!!!
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Apparently inside it was an emotional insane energy. People were passing out, crying, and punching there hands in the air in joy. What an incredible night it would have been to be there. Wow! I get tingles thinking about it.
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I hope that they build on this and take this on tour one last time...:Pray:

I know that dates and arenas have been scheduled...I think Plant is the last one who needs to greenlight this...
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Someone said the Immigrant Song is next...not sure though...
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Has anybody seen the bridge? Reggie?

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I'm betting this was a better concert than many got in their 'heyday'. None of the band was zonked out and they were appreciating all the love they were getting!!!!!
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I'm betting this was a better concert than many got in their 'heyday'. None of the band was zonked out and they were appreciating all the love they were getting!!!!!
The band in their heyday may or may not have been 'zonked out,' but their musical lucidity was dazzling. This may be a great show tonight, but no way can it surpass the real zep. Have you heard how the west was won?
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'Kashmir'
"Yet another epic, as this song cracks the ten minute mark. Plant introduced this one declaring 'We've got people from 50 countries here and this is the 51st'. Afterwards they left the stage to loud applause. Will they do an encore? What do you reckon..."

'Whole Lotta Love'
"... of course they come back to deafening applause. And it's an extended version of the old 'Top Of The Pops' theme. Then once more the band leave the stage with a visibly emotional Plant declaring:
'Thanks to everybody. Thanks Ahmet Ertegun, this one for is Ahmet Ertegun as we remember the days when Atlantic Records was the best label on the planet!'."

'Rock And Roll'
"Just time for one more, as after two hours the night reaches its climax, and what a stomper to go out on."
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The band in their heyday may or may not have been 'zonked out,' but their musical lucidity was dazzling. This may be a great show tonight, but no way can it surpass the real zep. Have you heard how the west was won?
I own that one and it is great. It is who they are. It's just nice to let them know how much we love them now that we aren't all 'zonked out'.................
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From one of the other sites, here's what he has as final:

GOOD TIMES BAD TIMES
RAMBLE ON
BLACK DOG
IN MY TIME OF DYING
FOR YOUR LIFE
TRAMPLED UNDERFOOT
CUSTARD PIE*****the confusion over this continues
NOBODY'S FAULT BUT MINE
NO QUARTER
SINCE I'VE BEEN LOVING YOU
DAZED & CONFUSED
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN
THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME
MISTY MOUNTAIN HOP
KASHMIR

encore
WHOLE LOTTA LOVE
ROCK AND ROLL
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I own that one and it is great. It is who they are. It's just nice to let them know how much we love them now that we aren't all 'zonked out'.................
True. What did Plant say when the band left the stage at Knebworth? Something like "Thanks for... I don't know how to say it... thanks for eleven years." They were very sensitive to fan support, because critics bashed them so much.
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I was trying to get on the BBC website to see if they'd show any entertainment news. I can't get the player to load. Does it work for anyone else, and is there anything to see?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/nol/new...news=1&bbcws=1
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