VIDEO AND AUDIO: Robert Plant played a show at the BBC

(Twitter/BBC6Music)

Robert Plant performed a show for BBC Radio 6 Music on Friday, and highlights of the show are available to watch on the BBC website at this link. Full audio from the show as well as interviews with Plant are available to listen here.

The full show has also been uploaded to YouTube here:

Here’s the setlist for the show via Setlist.fmΒ and this photo posted by Tight But Loose editor Dave Lewis to Facebook:

What Is and What Should Never Be
Turn It Up
New World…
Misty Mountain Hop
The May Queen
Carry Fire
In the Light
Rainbow
Bones of Saints
Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
Whole Lotta Love

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The Lemon Song

BBC Radio 6 Music tweeted out clips of many of the tracks, and we’ve combined them with clips available on the BBC website and YouTube videos:

‘What Is And What Should Never Be’

‘New World’

‘Misty Mountain Hop’

‘The May Queen’

‘Carry Fire’

‘Whole Lotta Love’

“The Lemon Song” wasn’t broadcast online but wasΒ included on the Radcliffe and Maconie show later on in the day. You can hear it from the 53:10 mark in the link above β€” Plant is also interviewed during that show.

And you can also hear the segment from later on in the day and “The Lemon Song” in this YouTube video:

Before the live show, Plant sat down for two interviews with the BBC. The first was a “Memory Tapes” interview about his favourite tracks:

And Plant also sat for an interview just before the live show:

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