July 20, 2016

Robert Plant and The Band Of Joy - The Roundhouse, London 2010

An artist from which we can still enjoy great live performances is fortunately Robert Plant, here with the Band Of Joy (including vocalist Patty Griffin) and The London Oriana Choir.
Along some beautifully revised Zeppelin songs we are presented mostly with tracks from an excellent album also called Band Of Joy released on 2010.
In concert at The Camden Roundhouse, London during the BBC 2 Electric Proms music festival.




Sound Quality: 9.5+

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
Disc One
01 - Introduction
02 - Down To The Sea
03 - Little Angel Dance
04 - House of Cards
05 - Please Read The Letter
06 - Misty Mountain Hop
07 - Tangerine
08 - Somewhere Trouble Don’t Go
09 - Satisfied Mind
10 - Move Up
11 - Satan Your Kingdom must Come Down
12 - Central-Two-O-Nine
13 - Monkey

Disc Two
01 - Houses of the Holy
02 - You Can’t Buy My love
03 - Tall Cool One
04 - Gallows Pole
05 - Harm’s Swift Way
06 - Rock & Roll
07 - Twelve Gates to The City
08 - Goodnight


Preview some tracks here

FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2
MP3 pt1
MP3 pt2


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing this one with the internet community. I personally already have this concert but it's always nice to get back to Robert Plant's solo concerts. In high quality, they are always a joy to listen to ! And the setlist in this one is quite interesting indeed.

Derek from Paris,

AtticRock said...

Hi Derek, always apreciatte your comment.
My next post will be a recording of a member from this Band of Joy :)

Anonymous said...

Quite curious indeed to see what will come out of your basket, as they were a lot of members amongst the Band of Joy. I just read that Noddy Holder from Slade was even their roadie for this band...

:)

Derek from Paris

AtticRock said...

Well... he sings Somewhere Trouble Don’t Go.

Anonymous said...

Got it :)
Looking forward to Buddy Miller's set !

Derek from Paris,

Anonymous said...

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AtticRock said...

I just downloaded one mp3 file and it went fine, apart from the usual pop-ups of course.