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No Quarter: The Unledded Legacy of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant

In 1994, two former members of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, reunited for a special project that would showcase their musical influences and explore new sonic territories. The result was No Quarter: Unledded, a live album and a TV special that featured acoustic and electric versions of Zeppelin classics, as well as new songs and collaborations with Moroccan and Egyptian musicians.

No Quarter: Unledded was not a typical reunion of a legendary rock band. It was an artistic experiment that challenged the expectations of fans and critics alike. Page and Plant wanted to revisit their roots in folk, blues, and world music, and to create something fresh and original out of their shared musical heritage. They also wanted to avoid the nostalgia trap that often plagues reunions of old bands.

To achieve their vision, Page and Plant travelled to exotic locations such as Marrakesh, Morocco, where they jammed with local musicians in the old city square, Jemaa El-Fnaa[^1^]. They also recorded at Bron-Yr-Aur, a remote cottage in Wales where they had written some of their early songs[^2^]. And they performed at London's Wembley Arena with a symphony orchestra and an Egyptian ensemble[^3^].

The songs they chose for No Quarter: Unledded reflected their diverse influences and interests. They included acoustic renditions of Zeppelin classics such as The Battle of Evermore, That's the Way, and Gallows Pole, as well as electric versions of Kashmir, Four Sticks, and Nobody's Fault But Mine. They also introduced new songs such as City Don't Cry, Wah Wah, and Yallah (later retitled The Truth Explodes), which blended rock with Arabic rhythms and melodies. And they covered some of their favorite songs by other artists, such as Tim Buckley's Song to the Siren and Willie Dixon's I Can't Quit You Baby.

No Quarter: Unledded was a critical and commercial success. It received rave reviews from critics who praised its adventurous spirit and musical quality. It also sold over six million copies worldwide and spawned a successful world tour. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 1995[^3^]. And it was hailed as one of the best rock albums of the 1990s by Rolling Stone magazine.

No Quarter: Unledded was more than just a reunion of two rock legends. It was a creative exploration of their musical roots and a bold statement of their artistic relevance. It was a testament to their enduring chemistry and talent. And it was a gift to their fans who had waited for more than a decade to hear them play together again.After No Quarter: Unledded, Page and Plant released another studio album in 1998, called Walking Into Clarksdale, which featured original songs written by the duo. The album received mixed reviews and sold modestly compared to their previous work. Page and Plant then went their separate ways again, pursuing solo projects and collaborations with other artists.

However, in 2007, they reunited once more for a historic concert at the O2 Arena in London, as part of a tribute to their late friend and mentor Ahmet Ertegun, who had died the previous year. Ertegun was the co-founder of Atlantic Records and had signed Led Zeppelin in 1968. He was also a major figure in the music industry and a champion of various genres such as jazz, soul, blues, and rock. The concert was a benefit for the Ahmet Ertegun Education Fund, which provides scholarships for students in the UK, US, and Turkey[^1^].

The concert was one of the most anticipated events in rock history, as it marked the first full-length performance by Led Zeppelin since 1980. The band was joined again by Jason Bonham on drums, who also sang backing vocals on two songs. The setlist consisted of 16 songs, spanning their entire career from their debut album to their final studio album In Through the Out Door. They played some of their most iconic songs such as Who


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