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Learn more about No Quarter (bonus Track):

Format: CD
Sku: 63505034
UPC: 731452636225
UPC 14: 00731452636225
Release Date: 10/8/2006
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Nobody's Fault But Mine ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
2. Thank You ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
3. No Quarter ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
4. Friends ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
5. Yallah ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
6. City Don't Cry ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
7. Since I've Been Loving You ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
8. Battle of Evermore ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
9. Wonderful One ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
10. Wah Wah ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
11. That's the Way ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
12. Gallow's Pole ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
13. Four Sticks ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
14. Kashmir ~ Page & Plant/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel includes: Jimmy Page (acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin); Robert Plant, Najma Akhtar (vocals); Porl Thompson (guitar, banjo); Jim Sutherland (mandolin, bodhran); Nigel Eaton (hurdy gurdy); Ed Shearmur (Hammond B-3); Charlie Jones (bass, percussion); Michael Lee (drums, percussion); Hossam Ramzy, Ibrahim Abdel Khaliq (percussion); Abdel Salam Kheir (oud); London Metropolitan Orchestra, Hassan El Arfaoui, El Mahjoub El Mathoun, Abdelhak Eddahmane.
Muze PNote Recorded in Marrakesh, Morocco; Bron-Y-Aur, Wales; London, England.
Muze PNote "Kashmir" was nominated for a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
Muze PNote CD contains bonus track.
Muze PNote Personnel: Najma, Robert Plant (vocals); Porl Thompson (guitar, banjo); Jimmy Page (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin); Nigel Eaton (hurdy-gurdy); Jim Sutherland (mandolin, bodhran); Abdul Salam Kheir (oud); Mark Berrow, Jessica OLeary, Perry Montague-Mason, Jeremy Williams, Pauline Lowbury, Anne Morlee, Elizabeth Layton, Clare Thompson, Peter G. Hanson, Harriet Davies, Rosemary Furness, Ian Humphries, David Juritz, Rita Manning, David Ogden, Cathy Thompson (violin); Andrew Brown , Janet Atkins, John Jezzard, Rusen Gunes, Bill Hawkes, Andrew Parker (viola); Cathy Giles, Stephen Milne, Ben Chappell, Caroline Dale (cello); Bashir Abdel 'Aal (strings, nay); Bahig Mikhaeel, Amin Abdelazeem (strings); Edward Shearmur (organ); Michael K. Lee (drums, percussion); Farouk El Safi, Farid Khashab, Ali Abdel Salem (bendir); Hossam Ramzy, Charlie Jones (percussion).
Muze PNote Audio Mixer: Mike Gregovich.
Muze PNote Recording information: Albion (08/1994); London, Albion (08/1994); Maroc (08/1994); Marrakech, Maroc (08/1994); Snowdonia, Wales (08/1994); Wales (08/1994).
Muze PNote Photographer: Andy Earl.
Muze PNote Unknown Contributor Roles: Farouk El Safi; Ali Abdel Salem.
Muze PNote Arranger: Edward Shearmur.
Muze PNote In this age of unplugged it was inevitable that Led Zeppelin would return in some shape or form to reclaim a legacy which fused folky musings with harder leanings. On NO QUARTER, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page are joined by a core group of musicians featuring the Cure's Porl Thompson, The London Metropolitan Orchestra, and a multitude of Middle Eastern musicians playing exotic instruments. The result is a fascinating blend of Zeppelin classics and three new songs. "Nobody's Fault But Mine" and "Friends" are given a slightly altered interpretation while the more recent "Yallah," "City Don't Cry," and "Wonderful One" revel in multicultural trappings. "Yallah" and "City Don't Cry" are both steeped in chanting in a foreign tongue while "Wonderful One" sounds like an outtake from HOUSES OF THE HOLY.
Muze PNote Robert Plant and Jimmy Page's world music approach casts a positive sheen on the remainder of this collection of Zeppelin songs which include exotic versions of "The Battle Of Evermore," "Gallows Pole," and "Kashmir."

Producer: Jimmy Page; Robert Plant

Engineer: Mike Gregovich

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Porl Thompson

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 10/01/1994
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1994
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 5263622
Music Label Name Label : Universal International
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Mixed
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00731452636225

Professional Reviews

Rolling Stone (12/15/94, p.92)
- 4 Stars - Excellent - "...far better than anyone but their accountants had a right to expect..."

Entertainment Weekly (11/11/94, p.70)
- "...With Page strumming away energetically and Plant hitting most of his old mystic-hippie high notes...they and their band offer up sharp remakes....Show the connection between the folk music of the British Isles and...Middle East..." - Rating: B

Q (12/94, p.148)
- 3 Stars - Good - "...a curious, new, bombastic, post-Peter Gabriel species of non-groinal World Music Zeppelin. The album is hit-and-miss...but it does stand up, as far as spirit of adventure goes, with prime, hubristic Zeppelin..."

Mojo (Publisher)
(1/95, p.50)
- Included in Mojo's "25 Best Albums of 1994" - "...A robust and thrilling new beginning....with this hugely enjoyable album..."

NME (Magazine)
(11/19/94, p.47)
- 6 - Good - "...Plant wibbles on about Moroccan sunrises and the like, and actually manages to transfer his wandering moods to the music..."

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