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RE: Has anyone ever heard this? RE: CBS Kennedy Center Honors Promo


Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2012 12:32:31 -0500
From: James Bonal <bonal71@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Has anyone ever heard this?


Came across this on YouTube this morning and I've never heard it before. 
The uploader says it's from the 4/17/94 Alexis Korner Tribute Show - which
was the first public performance by Page and Plant after they'd agreed to do
the No Quarter project.  The only song from that show I've ever seen/heard
is  ICQYB (a fine job, too, considering how recently they'd reunited). 

I consulted my go-to resource, Lewis & Pallett's "The Concert File," and
while the set list does not contain anything with the song title that
appears on the YouTube clip, it does contain two "untitled jams", so it's
possible this was one of them. 


I have this on a silver boot called Plant & Page Together again.  Set list
on that CD is listed as ³Baby Please Don¹t Go, I Can¹t Quit You, I¹ve Been
Down So Long, That¹s Why I Love You, Train Kept A Rollin¹.²


Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2012 12:25:22 -0500
From: James Bonal <bonal71@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: CBS Kennedy Center Honors Promo

It was fascinating to see JPJ and Jimmy bopping in their seats along with
the music.

As for Robert, it seemed quite the genuine, touching moment to me, and
although he doesn't hide the fact that Zep had some deep downsides for him,
I think we sometimes tend to forget all the positive comments he's made
about that life-shaping experience.

I also wonder whether he wasn't thinking about what his mate Bonzo would
have thought about it all during that lingering close-up shot ...

Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2012 11:36:55 -0800 (PST)
From: mr553821 <mr553821@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Kennedy Honors promo

WOW!  My eyes literally got wet watching that.  I don't recall ever watching
a music related event that did that to me.

I can't wait to watch the whole show.


This preview is awesome!   I teared up myself.   Couldn¹t believe it.  What
a resounding tribute.  Robert what certainly moved.   I can¹t wait to watch
the whole thing.  Thanks for link Wyatt.