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In the Light
By Sziszy from New York, NY on 4/11/2008
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Sound, Perfect Set List
I don't know what you really want to hear, so I just tell you how was it.I was long awaiting for something like this. I love Led Zeppelin's music from A to Z. I have their all CD-s, DVD-s whatever they came up with. I'm collecting bootlegs now so I'm regular on all the websites where I can find anything about them.The only thing I could never get was: The live experience, the concerts wich I could not attend. (I mistakenly was born much later then I could possible do that:( )Everybody knows how good they were at the studios (thanks for Jimmy) but I think their main act -which made everyone loose their mind - was happening in stadiums and concert halls! Watching the Led Zeppelin DVD, the Royal Albert Hall or the Earl's Court concerts I can only imagine how could it be to be there!So returning to my rewiew I think Get the Led Out is the closest I can get to that experience! I did not just see a cover, I've seen an excellent presentation of the most influental, versatile, powerful and soulful band in the History of Rock and Roll!I actually could not believe they only play Zeppelin together for 3 years! It sounded for me like 10-15 years! A friend of mine told me they are really good so I travelled with 4 other friends from NY and I made sure we will be in the first row, so we can hear and see them well. Well?? I did not mind at all. I can say this was one of the best night of my life! Paul the singer said in the beginning of the concert: "I'm sure you are here tonight becouse you love and enjoy Led Zeppelin's music just as we do!"So they made sure we will have a blass! And we did! I'll never gonna forget that.All the musicians were great. They were not acting like they were LZ, they just gave their best to share their passion with us. Excellent, precise, soulful play and singing from these fab 5! I really loved the acoustics of the place, the sound was great!The set of the songs was superb! I loved that they did not only play the most popular LZ songs, they played the underrated ones too!I really went nuts when they did a tour to Physical Graffiti!I think In the Light was one of the biggest highlights of the concert (of course I can not forget Whole Lotta Love or Heartbraker either)!The acoustic set was beautiful too. The only thing I would add to the list is: a couple of more blues songs . Since I've Been Loving You was sending chilles up and down on my spine and I would die to hear it's little "brother" Tea for One, wich I think is one of the most beautiful blues songs of all time. (Jimmy Page at his very best!) Achilles Last Stand was unbelievable as well, so guys, please do a little extension of Presence!About the band? First of all Paul Sinclear. I never heard anyone before singing Robert Plant as close as he does!I think Jimmy Page should consider to forget about Chris Robinson or David Coverdale and should give you a call instead, Paul!Paul Hammond and Jimmy Marchiano! You guys rock!Your solos made me wonder how would it feel to listen Jimmy Page live! (By the way Paul, did Jimmy liked the custom guitar you delivered for his birthday? :))Paul Piccari and Andrew Lipke you did a great job as well. Andrew, you really multitalented! You were running through the stage all night, playing on almost all the instruments! It was amazing.And at last Adam Ferraioli. Moby Dick just can't get better (John Bonham would be proud of you:))To sum of all: Well done guys, THANK YOU SO MUCH!I'll be there to see you as many times as possible with as many friends as I can seduce! Just please don't stop!