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    Plant & Krauss at Glastonbury - When the Levee Breaks

    Possibly the highlight of the festival:

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    That was simply fantastic, I didn’t see it over the weekend, thank you.

    Coincidentally I played my teenage years crackly vinyl copy of Zep IV today for the first time in decades, I loved it all over again.

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    Precisely the type of stuff that should be played at a festival such as Glasto. I despair at so many of the acts that appear nowadays.

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    Excellent rendition!
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    That's marvelous. Goosebumps.
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    Thanks for posting!

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    Now, THAT was fantastic!! Thanks for posting!
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    Very nice. I wish we had seen their 'local' performance a week or so ago. Too far to go on a 'school night'.
    We saw the Raising Sand tour and it was wonderful.
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    Well, it's different.

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    Sounds like an alternate take from the Page and Plant tour almost -- and working in a little bit of Zep III's "Friends" was a nice touch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunlight Caller View Post
    That was simply fantastic, I didn’t see it over the weekend, thank you.

    Coincidentally I played my teenage years crackly vinyl copy of Zep IV today for the first time in decades, I loved it all over again.
    The whole set is available to watch (possibly only in the UK) on the BBC iPlayer. The song that precedes this set closer is a gloriously joyous version of Battle of Evermore.

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