56th Grammy Awards: Led Zeppelin’s Celebration Day bags best rock album

Mon, January 27, 2014 11:40am UTC by 1 Comment
Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day wins Grammy 2014
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The gala event was held Sunday at the Los Angeles staples Center

Legendary rock band Led Zeppelin’s Celebration Day bagged the best rock album trophy at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

Celebration Day documents live performances of the surviving members of the band during their reunion in 2007. The album includes some of their hits like Whole Lotta Love, Rock and Roll, Black Dog, Dazed and Confused and Stairway to Heaven.

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The existing group members include Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones. They were accompanied by Jason Bonham, son of their original drummer John Bonham on the stage.

Along with Led Zeppelin, David Bowie’s The Next Day, Black Sabbath’s 13, Queens Of The Stone Age’s …Like Clockwork and Kings Of Leon’s Mechanical Bull, were also nominated in the best rock album category.

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    When I first heard that Bowie was nominated I thought that at finally justice had been done. Then, the news about Zeppelin winning the category. I didn’t like it after reading about the Zeppelin album being a 2007 non original songs live concert. After reading further information, i found out about the exclusive reunion with John’s son, and about the special performance that happened that night while playing basically a greatest hits live that resembles Zeppelin’s legendary “The Songs Remains The Same” track-list. With this two huge cherry’s on top of the legendary Zeppelin’s cake…It is a very well deserved award that still falls short on measuring the diamond’s karats… I’m sure Bowie agrees.


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