Editors’ Notes It seemed impossible at the time, yet here's the proof that history was made. In 2007, as part of a benefit tribute to Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, Led Zeppelin reformed to play more than two hours of epic rock 'n' roll. Celebration Day captures Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Jason Bonham (son of original drummer John Bonham) as they find the heart and soul in songs like "Ramble On," "Black Dog," and "Whole Lotta Love." The mammoth power that comes through on "Kashmir" and "Dazed and Confused" explains why this sold-out, one-off performance was one of the decade's most feted musical events. To list every classic drum break, song, solo, and lyric performed is practically superfluous. Just let it be known that for students of rock 'n' roll, school is back in session.

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Good Times Bad Times (Live)
1
3:10
 
Ramble On (Live)
2
5:44
 
Black Dog (Live)
3
5:53
 
In My Time of Dying (Live)
4
11:08
 
For Your Life (Live)
5
6:42
 
Trampled Under Foot (Live)
6
6:19
 
Nobody's Fault But Mine (Live)
7
6:43
 
No Quarter (Live)
8
9:19
 
Since I've Been Loving You (Live)
9
7:51
 
Dazed and Confused (Live)
10
11:43
 
Stairway to Heaven (Live)
11
8:49
 
The Song Remains the Same (Live)
12
5:46
 
Misty Mountain Hop (Live)
13
5:08
 
Kashmir (Live)
14
9:06
 
Whole Lotta Love (Live)
15
7:26
 
Rock and Roll (Live)
16
4:33
 

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