Vocalist Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page are without a doubt two of the most famous talents in rock music. Making their fame as two of the four members of the legendary rock group Led Zeppelin--and definitely the most visible--Page and Plant went on to successful solo careers. In 1994, fourteen years after the dissolution of Zeppelin, the two rock giants collaborated to write a few songs and perform on this wonderful video, NO QUARTER (UNLEDDED.) On both acoustic and electric instruments, including a mandolin and a banjo, the two men and a backing band perform seventeen tracks.
- Format: DVD
- Run Time: 93
- Color Format: Color
- UPC: 603497032426
- Genre: Music Video - Pop/Rock
- Rating: Not Rated
- Release Date: October 2004
1994 music video produced and performed by former Led Zeppelin lead guitarist Jimmy Page and vocalist Robert Plant. Location segments shot in Marrakesh, Morocco and Snowdonia, Wales; the studio portions taped at the London Weekend Television Studios in London. The concert blends rock, classical, folk, and a variety of African and Middle Eastern music and instruments in cover versions of various Led Zeppelin songs. It also features two new pieces, "Wah Wah" and "Yallah." It premiered on MTV on October 12, 1994.
Music video with location shooting in Marrakesh, Morroco and Snowdonia, Wales; studio segments shot at the London Weekend Television studio in London. Premiered on MTV October 12, 1994. Additional credits: Linda Mendoza (assistant director), Roz Story (vision mixer). Tracks: "No Quarter" "Thank You" "What Is and What Should Never Be" "The Battle of Evermore" "Gallows Pole" "Nobody's Fault but Mine" "City Don't Cry" "The Truth Explodes" "Wah Wah" "When the Levee Breaks" "Wonderful One" "Since I've Been Loving You" "The Rain Song" "That's the Way" "Four Sticks" "Friends" "Kashmir" Copyright 1994 Nightcharm, Ltd.
"...Bottom line: For once, older is better." -- Rating: A - 04/28/1995 Entertainment Weekly, p.74
"[E]lectrifying." - 01/01/2005 Uncut, p.85