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Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters – Freilichtbühne Groβer Garten, Dresden, Germany

17 July 2014 1,599 views 2 Comments

Set List included:
Babe I’m Gonna Leave You, Black Dog, Spoonful, Down To The Sea, Going To California, Rainbow, Nobodys Fault But Mine, Turn It Up, What Is And What Should Never Be, Fixin To Die, Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown

Communication Breakdown

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  • margie johnson said:

    Hey, Robert Plant looks fine as usual. Wish he were mine!!!

  • Matthias Adam said:

    I’ve seen this great concert in my hometown … unbelievable, that one original LedZep musician plays in this wonderful open air arena (when I became LZ fan in 1976 it was still East Germany with the iron curtain, I had never expected in these times that such a concert could happen). The concert was sold out, about 5000 spectators. Set list (from my memories … songs are complete, maybe the sequence of songs in the middle section was a little bit different:
    What Is And What Should Never Be; Turn It On; Spoonful; Black Dog; Going To California; Rainbow; Down To The Sea; Babe I’m Gonna Leave You; Little Maggie; Funny In My Mind (Fixin’ To Die); You Need Love/Whole Lotta Love (incl. Who Do You Love).
    Encores: Nobody’s Fault But Mine; Communication Breakdown.
    My personal highlights were BIGLY with this wonderful spanish intro (Robert tried some Fandango-like dance steps, the solo guitar work of Justin in Fixin’ To Die and of course the great WLL-riff.
    Robert was in good mood, made a number of comments about football, but cancelled this with the saying: No, this would be like cabaret. You could feel his disappointment with the English football team in the world cup.
    All in all a great and wonderful concert, also in the opinion of my 14 year old son.

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