Written May 01, 2016
Led Zeppelin proved there is no doubt that they are the "Greatest Rock-n -Roll" band of all time. They are timeless and sound awesome. The movie soundtrack and video made you feel like you were sitting in the front row. Well done!!!!!
Written October 22, 2016
This is, by far, the best sound I have heard from a live Led Zeppelin performance. Reasonably sure there was a great deal of studio touch up done on the sound track, but none the less, it was an amazing show. I can't wait to buy it on BluRay to experience it again. Robert Plant was spectacular, John Paul Jones performed above my expectations, Jason Bonham did his father well and Jimmy Page was exceptional, though, I do believe that much of the studio touch up was done on his guitar. Every see him play live without the edits?
Written August 25, 2016
Fantastic!!! A MUST SEE for any Zep fan. RP's vocals started out a little weak, but he sure made up for it in the end. My favorite part was the "No Quarter, Since I've Been Loving You, and Dazed and Confused" blues-y trio. Absolutely beautiful. Since I've Been Loving You brought tears to my eyes, I was just SO overwhelmed. I only wish I could go see it again tonight! Or if it was offered, I'd go again and again and again and again.
The only problem I had with it was that it should have been LOUDER and in a BIGGER theatre with SURROUND sound!!! That WAS a disappointment
Written June 29, 2016
One of a kind mighty Zeppelin, there has never been or ever will be a better group. They were incredible Jimmy Page is the best guitarist that ever breathed air. He is mesmerizing to watch. I get chills. Was very impressed with Jason Bonham to me just as good as his Dad if not better and of course Robert who put the most on the line exceeded expectation. So sad that they won't tour they could if they wanted who cares how old they are, talent never goes with age apparently.
Written December 03, 2016
They can still do it...2007's London O2 Arena appearance by Zeppelin was probably their last and, in my very humble opinion, their best. 14 songs over a two hour period only prove what a gift that Led Zeppelin is to the rock and roll genre...from the opening beats of Good Times Bad Times to the finale Rock and Roll, they show why they are considered the BEST rock and roll band of all time...Jimmy Page works the guitars, Page can still hit the high notes, John Paul Jones is rock solid on bass and keyboards and Jason Bonham channels his dad. I've seen many of the films they've released over their lifespan and this is, by far, their best effort. A MUST SEE for all you Zeppelin fans out there and for those of you who have only heard their studio stuff, you have to see this to understand just how BIG these guys are...