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Posted: 28 May 05, 00:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Who can tell me about the above collaboration. I can't sem to find any info on it (haven't looked really hard, just thought I'd use the wealth of knowledge here first) :)

I also just read that Robert Plant was very recently on the Jools Holland (I think that's the name) show doing some tracks from his new album, and Roger was the drummer. Anyone see this?


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Posted: 28 May 05, 07:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


I think I caught a bit of that. It was quite good. Nothing compared to zeppelin though.



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Posted: 28 May 05, 07:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


Wait- i missed the last part.
Roger on drums? I didn't see that bit. You sure?


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Posted: 28 May 05, 09:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

djaef wrote:

Who can tell me about the above collaboration. I can't sem to find any info on it (haven't looked really hard, just thought I'd use the wealth of knowledge here first) :)

I also just read that Robert Plant was very recently on the Jools Holland (I think that's the name) show doing some tracks from his new album, and Roger was the drummer. Anyone see this?


If this is true, then the fans are getting lazy! C´mon guys, is it possible that Roger Taylor or any Queen member go to television to play and we at Queenzone don´t hear about it?- What´s the matter with us?

Probably it wasn´t him because Robert Plant has his own band and doesn´t need to hire musicians for this events ( he recently did Conan O´brien), but who knows....

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Posted: 28 May 05, 09:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

From www.queenconcerts.com:

22.06.1983 TV show, Milton Keynes, UK (with Robert Plant)
01. Little Sister
02. Treat Her Right
03. Sea Of Love
04. Pledge Pin
05. Other Arms
06. In The Mood
07. Big Log
08. Like I've Never Been Gone
09. Worse Than Detroit
10. Other Arms
11. In The Mood
12. Big Log (with a very long drum intro)
13. Fat Lip
14. Burning Down One Side

As far as I know, Robert Plant was supporting his "Principles Of Moments" album and had just asked Roger to play drums on his television appearance, but, for some reason, the pre-recorded filming was bumped by another section and it was never shown.