Saturday, February 28, 2004
That' right, it's time for another product endorsement. I'm such a shill for the man. Any way, today I have two DVD's to endorse. If you love great classic rock, you'll love these.

Led Zeppelin
This is their recent 2-disk release of concerts they gave over their 10 year recording career. It has 4 awesome concerts, Royal Alber Hall - 1970, MSG - 1972, Earls Court - 1975 and Knebworth - 1979. There' also a butt load of promos and performances that were televised over the years. But their concert at Knebworth is the stand out performance here. Their sound is tight and they're meshing like a band should. If you've ever seen "The Song Remains The Same" you would have heard what Page sounds like when he's stoned out of his gourd. At Knebworth, he sounds like he's cleaned himself up. He and the band are at their peak. It's also their last appearance in England before John Bonham died. Great 2-disk set. Go out and get it.

Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon
This DVD is the making of the greatest album in music history. This will tell you everything you've ever wanted to know about DSoTM. What the cover of the album means, where the songs came from. It also has footage of the band in the studio making the album, some footage of the members playing their parts live during the interviews, some demos, Allan Parsons mixing the album. Everything. Get this DVD.

The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing