Robert Plant released a new live DVD/Blu-ray, Robert Plant & The Band Of Joy: Live From The Artists Den, on July 10. Plant has released a clip from the DVD, his performance of “Gallows Pole,” which he originally recorded with Led Zeppelin on Led Zeppelin III. You can check out the video here…
Robert Plant & The Band Of Joy: Live From The Artists Den is the sixth concert DVD release from the Artists Den.
The DVD’s full tracklisting, which includes several other Led Zeppelin and solo Plant songs, can be seen below. The show was recorded at the historic War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
Track listing: 01. Black Dog 02. Angel Dance 03. Houses Of The Holy 04. House Of Cards 05. Cindy, I’ll Marry You Someday 06. Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down 07. Somewhere Trouble Don’t Go 08. Tangerine 09. A Satisfied Mind 10. Move Up 11. Down To The Sea 12. Ramble On 13. Gallows Pole 14. In The Mood 15. Rock And Roll 16. I Bid You Goodnight
Blues TV : Jeff Healey Band - Angel Eyes (Live In Belgium)
Filmed in July 1993 at the Peer Blues Festival in Belgium, the show captures the band touring in support of their album “Feel This”. The Jeff Healey Band normally performed as a trio but here they take to the stage with the addition of two backing singers and a keyboards player giving the songs a greater depth and range and taking the whole band up to a new level.
Blues TV | Tedeschi Trucks Band - Darling Be Home Soon
We’re pleased to bring you the world premiere of Tedeschi Trucks Band’s new video, for “Darling Be Home Soon” off Tedeschi Trucks Band’s recent live album Everybody’s Talkin’. Written by John Sebastian of the Lovin Spoonful (one of Derek’s dad’s favorite bands), the track was famously covered by Joe Cocker’s group Mad Dogs & Englishmen, a group that remains a major inspiration for the 11-piece traveling musical circus that is TTB.
TTB’s version of “Darling Be Home Soon” is a wonderful showcase of Susan’s vocals soaring above the gentle swell of the band’s groove. Featuring a trumpet solo by Maurice Brown and a slow-building extended solo by Derek as the band brings it down to a whisper behind him, “Darling Be Home Soon” is easily one of the highlights of an album with no shortage of beautiful vocals and show-stopping solos.