frontman Robert Plant
wanted the group's upcoming reunion concert to be a song-for-song recreation of their historic 1970 show at London's Royal Albert Hall.
The Down By The Seaside
singer felt the supergroup's January 9, 1970, concert was the best they ever played - and he wanted to revisit the show for the band's Ahmet Ertegun
tribute gig in London next week.
He tells Rolling Stone magazine, "I had an idea initially that we should do our entire Royal Albert Hall set starting with We've Gotta Groove
... Just do that!"
The 1970 gig he recalls was featured in its entirety on the band's 2002 DVD Box Set
and featured White Summer, Black Mountain Side, Whole Lotta Love, C'mon Everybody
, and Communication Breakdown
Led Zeppelin's December 10 show at London's O2 Arena marks the band's first full concert since their final show with the band's late drummer John Bonham
The group tells Rolling Stone the show will be 100 minutes long and will include band classics like Whole Lotta Love, No Quarter
and Dazed & Confused
, as well as selected rarities.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)