PAGE & PLANT: 'Unledded' DVD Gets A Release Date
An enhanced DVD edition of Robert Plant and Jimmy Page's "No Quarter – Unledded" video (cover), featuring an improved audio mix and additional footage, is scheduled for an October 20 release, according to an online posting by producer Kevin Shirley.
"The tapes were in a real mess — nothing marked or labeled, and nothing to sync the audio to already edited video," Shirley writes. "So it's been very cerebral on both left and right sides of the brain, as I weave [between] creativity and mathematical calculations to get audio running at a different speeds to lock to the picture."
The VHS release of "Unledded" peaked at No. 4 on Billboard's Top Music Video chart. The accompanying Atlantic album has sold more than 1 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The video, which was originally released in November 1994, was filmed in multiple locations and includes guest musicians such as the London Metropolitan Orchestra. Songs include "Kashmir", "Nobody's Fault But Mine" and "Gallows Pole".
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