2.7.1995 – München – Olympiastadion

Is this where Klinsmann is playing now?

Having the best weather we attend a wonderfull two day Open Air concert with many top acts.

Setlist: Immigrant/Wanton Song, Heartbreaker into Bring It On Home, Thank You, No Quarter, Gallows pole, Yallah, Since I’ve Been Lovin You, The Song Remains The Same, Friends, Calling To You / Light My Fire / Dazed & Confused / Break On Through, Four Sticks, In The Evening / Carouselambra

Review: Yesterday I saw P&P in Munich. And as the two concerts before it was a very good concert. But in my opinion the best German concert was the one at Lüneberg. They played as the last band before Elton John. Because of the very fine weather they were in a very good mood. Plant wore short trousers and Jimmy played in a white T shirt. Again they left the stage without playing an encore through the crowd was really wanting it. I think that is not okay. Because in Schwalmstadt and Munich they were really well accepted and the crowd wanted more!!! Nevertheless it was a great gig again and I hope they will keep playing on together after the tour. Funny to see was how the band left the Olympic Stadium. Robert and Jimmy drove with a VW van while Nigel Eaton had to ride a moped!

24.6.1995 – Schwalmstadt – Flugplatz Ziegenhain

Setlist: Immigrant/Wanton Song, Heartbreaker into Bring It On Home, Thank You, No Quarter, Gallows pole, Hurdy Gurdy Solo, Yallah, Since I’ve Been Lovin You, The Song Remains The Same, Friends, Calling To You / Were Gonna Groove / Dazed & Confused / Break On Through, Four Sticks, In The Evening / Carouselambra

Review: They started at 6pm. Percy was in a very good mood. He was joking all the time. They left the stage again without an encore. But it was a great concert again. The crowd was really wild on them. There were more Zep fans in the audience than last week. Pagey did not play as good as in Lüneberg, but he was still brilliant. Two girls were dancing very wild on the edge of the stage and Jimmy was always looking at them. So Robert invited them to come on stage and dance there. Jimmy nearly forgot to play and so Robert made some jokes on him. They had a lot of fun on stage and Robert said at the end that this was a good day. And it really was!

18.6.1995 – Lüneburg – Flugplatz

LüneburgSetlist: Immigrant/Wanton Song, Heartbreaker, Thank You, Whole Lotta Love with Theramin, No Quarter, Gallows pole, Hurdy Gurdy Solo, Yallah, Since I’ve Been Lovin You, The Song Remains The Same, Friends, Calling To You / Were Gonna Groove / When The Levee Breaks / Dazed & Confused / Break On Through, Four Sticks, In The Evening / Carouselambra.

Review: I saw the Plant and Page concert in Lüneberg on Sunday the 18th June. It was a really great concert. Page was in top form. He played like hell. They started with the first chords of „Immigrant Song“ and went into „Wanton Song“. After that came „Thank You“. After that was a great version of „Whole Lotta Love“. The best song in my opinion was „Since I’ve Been Lovin You“ with two great page solos. „Yallah“ was played with the Egyptian ensemble live on stage. A great moment. They finished their set with „In The Evening“ and there was no encore. Totally Impressed.

John Paul Jones – 8.11.1999 – Fankfurt – Batschkapp

John Paul JonesJohn Paul Jones, Frankfurt, Batschkapp, Germany 8th November

Set List 1: Zooma, Goose, Grind, Smile Of Your Shadow, Nosumi Blues, No Quarter, Spagetti Junction, Blues (Steel Away?) – Intermission –

Set List 2: Triple Neck Solo, Crackback (?), Bass’n’Drums (incl. Heartbreaker Tease), Jump Blues (?), When The Levee Breakes, Tidal. Encores: Trampled Underfoot, Black Dog.

It was a really amazing concert in Frankfurt. The small venue was filled with 200-300 people. Jones and his ‚orchestra‘ entered the stage at 9.00pm and played their two sets as usual. The setlist was the same as on the other gigs before. The band played very good. The really enjoyed the gig. Jonesy was very shy and did not talk to much. The only remarkable words were before No Quarter when he said with a look at the guitar: ‚This was now and here and that was then and there‘. After that they started to play No Quarter.