Perhaps the most-seen concert film after WOODSTOCK (1970), Led Zeppelin's THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME chronicles a Madison Square Garden concert on the band's "Houses of the Holy" tour. Though they left behind a legacy of incredible music and a reputation as one of the greatest rock bands
ever, this particular concert is not one of Led Zeppelin's best offerings.
In an interview after the band's breakup, Robert Plant described Led Zeppelin as a "touring animal," recording albums simply as an excuse to play live. Those watching THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME may find this assertion rather hard to believe, given the sharp contrast between Zep's amazing recorded
body of w...