This album is like an exotic trip through the Arabian desert, and reminiscent of the glory days Led Zeppelin.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, former guitarist and singer for Led Zeppelin, respectively, take the listener on a journey with the use of foreign musicians and instruments including Egyptian bamboo flutes, mandolins, and bodhrans.

Much of the music on "No Quarter" has a Middle-Eastern feel to it. Page and Plant enlist the help of the London Metropolitan Orchestra and an Egyptian ensemble to create the magnificent and dreamy sound of Middle-Eastern music mixed with Western rock. The result is fabulous.

What I am most blown away with is how different many of the songs sound. Some, such as "Thank You" and "Gallows Pole," are basically the same as the Zeppelin classics. Many, however, sound as if they went in for plastic surgery. My favorite example is the first song on the album, "Nobody's Fault But Mine." I always thought the original Led Zeppelin version was alright, but when I heard Page and Plant's version, I was pleasantly surprised. It is slower,more beautiful, and, in my opinion, better than the original.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant's "No Quarter" captures the mystery, power and life of music it self.
"No Quarter" is a breath of fresh air in a world of recycled music.

01. Nobody's Fault But Mine
02. Thank You
03. No Quarter
04. Friends
05. Yallah
06. City Don't Cry
07. Since I've Been Loving You
08. The Battle Of Evermore
09. Wonderful One
10. That's The Way
11. Gallow's Pole
12. Four Sticks
13. Kashmir

Jimmy Page: Guitars, mandolin, vocals.
Robert Plant: Vocals.
Charlie Jones: Bass guitar, percussion.
Michael Lee: Drums, percussion.
Ed Shearmur: Keyboards, organ, piano.
Porl Thompson: Guitars, banjo.
Nigel Eaton: Hurdy gurdy.
Jim Sutherland: Mandolin, bodhrán.
Abdel Salam Kheir: Oud.
Ibrahim Abdel Khaliq: Percussion.
Hossam Ramzy: Percussion.
Farouk El Safi: Daf, bendir.
Najma Akhtar: Backing vocals.
Bashir Abdel Al Nay: Strings.
Amin Abdelazeem: Strings.
Ian Humphries: Violin.
David Juritz: Violin.
Elizabeth Layton: Violin.
Pauline Lowbury: Violin.
Rita Manning: Violin.
Mark Berrow: Violin.
Ed Coxon: Violin.
Harriet Davies: Violin.
Rosemary Furness: Violin.
Perry Montague-Mason: Violin.
David Ogden : Violin.
Janet Atkins: Viola.
Andrew Brown: Viola.
Rusen Gunes: Viola.
Bill Hawkes: Viola.
Caroline Dale: Cello.
Ben Chappell: Cello.
Cathy Giles: Cello.
Stephen Milne: Cello.
Sandy Lawson: Didjeridu.
Storme Watson: Didjeridu.




Anonymous said...

Üdv! Roszz a jelszó!

Bluesmen said...

Most ellenőriztem... A jelszó jó, működik. Próbáld meg újra letölteni, hátha megsérült a letöltés közben (van ilyen). Biztos, hogy pontosan írtad be a jelszót? Ha ez sem segít próbáld meg ezt:

Anonymous said...

Hi! Could you tell mi how to dl. from DATA.HU ? I don't know language :(

i want to dl. few records from Tuva [for ex.: Bolot Bairyshev: Kai Of Altai - Alas ]


Anonymous said...

thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hello Bluesmen,

i am a german digital graphic-lover and i want ask, who have the copyright for this great Logo "make art not war"? I would love to show it on my blog too.
I am a bluesfan too :-)

Doro from black forest

Anonymous said...

Buenisimo tu sitio
Nos permite conocer musica de todo el mundo

Music for Songwriters said...

rock gods in the flesh!...

Anonymous said...

for a lack of a better place to post this:
Can I send you my band's album to listen to? We'll be around Hungary soon, thought it might interest you.

[feel free to delete this message after reading. Thanks!]

Unknown said...

Loved them before, love them even more now.
Thanks a ton for this. :D

Anonymous said...

Hi sorry see my file
dont know this song AAA Ho singer?
Sank you.
P.S.Guest book not work

Anonymous said...

Music from different countries and ethnicities be dramatically different. Latin music, for example, is known for its use of variety of percussion instruments including congas, claves, timbales & hand drums. This music, often used for dances, lively, very rhythmic, and often dramatic. Mexican music, on other had, often includes mariachi band which consists of guitar, bass, violin & horns such as trumpets.

Monir Sider

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Anonymous said...

greetings from Korea! great blog! I'll be visiting this blog often,,,thank you:)

Anonymous said...

Hello Bluesmen, a No Quarter-hez nem jó a megadott jelszó! Lécci tedd ki a jót! :) Köszönöm

Unknown said...


A jelszó tényleg jó, csak mikor kijelölitek, figyeljetek oda az első betű előtti szóközre! Azt is jelöljétek ki!
Amúgy az oldal fantasztikus, imádom!! Csók Bluesmen-nek érte!!

Álvaro Quintana said...

Hi! I link you in my blog by a post about St Patrick's Day:


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Anonymous said...

Nagyon sajnálom, hogy elég rég óta ez az utolsó bejegyzés, mivel ez volt a legjobb (az én ízlésem szerinti) zenei blog!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Régóta mozdulatlan a blog, annyira sajnálom!

PimpLee said...

Bluesmen - nagyon nagyon sok jó zenén "hallgattam" már nálad. Nagyon Nagyon Nagyon KÖSZÖNÖM !!!! (és, hogy egyáltalán megismerhettem ezeket a muzsikákat) Örök hála...
U.I Továbbra is Rád Hallgatok :)

Unknown said...

Ah - my idols! Kashmir is my favorite ;)

I love your blog - I'm trying to get mine off the ground and was wondering if you might come check it out (and maybe consider following?).

Hope you have an *amazing* day! :)


John! said...

I miss your posts.

Please return

Mahar said...

i realy like to listen this singer's song love it
the world secrets

Jake Shields said...

Bluesman - I miss your posting- especially the Hungarian stuff - are you ok?

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Szavannah said...

Bluesmen, hol vagy??? Tudja valaki, hová tűnt???

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sana said...

great work man u r doing great job i like it

arabic songs

john said...

You have been away for too long. I am sad.

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Anonymous said...

That's great. Thank you.
My mp3 mixes and compilations:

Anonymous said...

Hi Bluesman
Very nice your blog. I ask for a favor: There is a good translation into hungarian of the lyrics at Le Meteque by Georges Moustaki. I would like to put the Hungarian lyrics into my blog
Thank you and keep good work

Laís Paiva said...

I fucking love this blog, really <3

50 hits said...

any idea where are the Led Zeppelin now? I mean are they going to team up again and perhaps a reunion concert?

kézszárító said...

Szeretem a duett, különösen a címadó dal nagyon szép. annak ellenére, hogy játszanak másképp, mint a Led Zeppelin, még mindig tart a magas szintű.

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Limestone veneer said...

I love the works of Jimmy and Robert. Please resume posting, we miss your new posts. xo
- Vinnie

Anonymous said...

You're still being missed... Hope you come back to your blog.

Simulakra said...

Simulakra - 2nd EP

Simulakra makes middle eastern rock with balkan and latin influences. We have just independently released our second EP and would love if you'd have a listen!

After recording in Tel-Aviv on summer 2016 and having a concert release in Jerusalem on christmas, we're planning another european tour for the summer of 2017!!!

Simulakra came to life in 2013, drawing from the members' shared love for all sorts of world music and fusing it with psychedelic rock and jazz. They've performed in festivals such as Musiq Maudite - Berlin Moabit, Tagtráumer - Laucha an der Unstrut, 24 hours - Neukölln Berlin and more. The new EP is a sum of our cultural experiences in Berlin and europe.

WE'D BE GRATEFUL IF YOU DECIDE TO WRITE A REVIEW AND/OR PRESENT OUR MUSIC IN YOUR WEBPAGE! We will be available for filming in Berlin during the summer tour!

for more info, videos and pictures visit us on

Many thanks!


Simulakra -
Michael Glucksmann - +49 (0)15770281054
Avner Cohen - +972 (0)507294452

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Keep on posting.

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I want this album.
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