Robert Plant’s Knebworth 1990 performance is being released on vinyl

Robert Plant Knebworth 1990

Robert Plant’s performance from the 1990 Knebworth Festival featuring Jimmy Page is being released as a vinyl EP as part of Record Store Day in the UK and US.

A 12-inch coloured vinyl EP of the performance will be released on June 12, according to the UK and US Record Store Day websites.

The EP will be limited to 4,700 copies in the US, according to that country’s Record Store Day website. No quantity information has been released for the UK.

Here’s the description for the release from the UK Record Store Day website:

This is the first time, in over thirty years, that this title, has ever been released as a 12″ EP on coloured vinyl. An iconic release from an iconic artist. This was originally released on DVD and a 2CD set which features performances from one of the most legendary concerts ever staged in Britain and each sale raises money for Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy.

Here’s the setlist for the EP:

Side A

  1. Hurting Kind (I’ve Got My Eyes On You)
  2. Liar’s Dance

Side B

  1. Tall Cool One
  2. Wearing And Tearing (Featuring Jimmy Page on guitar)

It looks like the EP doesn’t include “Immigrant Song,” “Tie Dye On The Highway,” “Going To California,” “Nirvana,” “Misty Mountain Hop (with Jimmy Page)” and “Rock And Roll (with Jimmy Page)” from that performance.

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4 Comments on "Robert Plant’s Knebworth 1990 performance is being released on vinyl"

  1. Jonathan Tunis | 8th April 2021 at 11:51 am | Reply

    It’s about bloody time!

  2. Jaime L S Ferreira | 8th April 2021 at 4:58 pm | Reply

    they always release more of the same, they could launch the complete Robert Plant show, because I already have it on vinyl, cd, dvd and blu-ray
    I have been waiting for years for the full official launch of Master Plant’s Knebworth 90.
    it is a waste to always launch the same as you already have a lot
    Abrir no Google Trad

  3. | 9th April 2021 at 2:57 am | Reply

    G*d… The almighty buck shys away from nothing.

  4. Ada Ibourahima | 9th April 2021 at 12:54 pm | Reply

    Is about time bring it

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