Music: Led Zeppelin Reunion

How to tell if an event was a great and global success. Well the Led Zeppelin concert in London this Monday definitely put the bar up quite a bit for others.

If 2,000,000 want to come and you have to distribute the tickets through a lottery to the lucky 20,000 that’s definitely an indication. If news stations around the world are reporting on the event at prime time even a better one. Not to mention the hundreds of web blogs, news paper and magazine sites.

And if on web sites from YouTube to MySpace hundreds of video clips of the event appear within 24 hours – we stopped counting on YouTube at 250 – you have definitely won the crowds over.

As the AP writer for Yahoo News put it: “…Led Zep were pure class,” he wrote. “Now bring on the full reunion tour…


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…Playing a full set for the first time in nearly three decades, the authors of “Stairway to Heaven” and “Whole Lotta Love” rocked the O2 Arena on Monday for more than two hours, leaving fans from around the world gasping in delight.

“With a synergy like this going on, it would be an act of cosmic perversity to stop now,” Pete Paphides of The Times of London wrote.

The band’s three surviving members — singer Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page and bassist-keyboardist John Paul Jones — were joined at the sold-out benefit show by the late John Bonham’s son Jason on drums…

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