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Robert Plant shifts Festival space in Werchter!


  1. The Lemon Song
  2. Rainbow
  3. Black Dog
  4. Turn It Up
  5. Black Country Woman
  6. How Many More Years
  7. Dazed and Confused
  8. Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You
  9. Little Maggie
  10. Fixin’ to Die
  11. I Just Want to Make Love to You / Whole Lotta Love / Bo Diddley
  12. Encore: Rock and Roll
    (Led Zeppelin song) (with ‘Bluebirds Over the Mountain’ intro)

Steve Vai’s Passion and Warfare 25th Anniversary Tour


Bad Horsie

The Crying Machine

Gravity Storm

Whispering a Prayer


Passion and Warfare


Erotic Nightmares

The Animal

Answers (with Joe Satriani)

The Riddle

Ballerina 12/24

For the Love of God

The Audience Is Listening (with John Petrucci)

I Would Love To

Blue Powder

Greasy Kid’s Stuff

Alien Water Kiss


Love Secrets


Stevie’s Spanking (with Frank Zappa)

Build Me a Song

Racing the World

Fire Garden Suite IV – Taurus Bulba


Listen in Colours : GREEN

Dive into your CD collection and pick some with the same basic sleeve colour. This is exactly what I did recently, and it brought back some forgotten gems.

“When you see the sun” by The Jason Bonham Band versus Motörhead’s “Overnight Sensation” (not to be confused with “Over-Nite Sensation” from that other guy …).



Jason Bonham is one of rock’s most noticable power-drummer, just like his father. This album showcases the talent of both, being a collection of original songs mostly written by Jason and co-producer Marti Frederiksen, latter well known as lead vocalist for the fictitious band Stillwater in the movie “Almost Famous”.

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Wild Snippets : Kashmir / The last thing on my mind

john_wetton-no_mans_land_aI’m not sure that “Kashmir” is really the last thing on my mind, but it definitely is a mind-blowing piece by the ultimate super-group Led Zeppelin, of “Stairway to Heaven” fame.

Yesterday I came upon a nice little surprise while listening to John Wetton‘s Nomansland: a live recording of his 1998 performances in Poland. Surely well-known for his fame in King Crimson Mk III (the “classic line-up”), Mr. Wetton has released some very fine pieces himself as a solo perfomer.

Listen to this marvellous piece called “The Last Thing On My Mind”, in search of the Led Zep link …