Anyone that knows me knows that, in my eyes, Robert Plant is the greatest singer of all time (followed by Corey Taylor and Myles Kennedy). Led Zeppelin is also one of my favorite bands of all time. I've seen many of the legends on stage, like Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd, but I've never seen Led Zeppelin. So, finding this video of Page and Plant doing a small club show back in 1997, is definitely a treat for me, as I'm sure it is for all Zeppelin fans.

On December 8th, 2011, Jimmy Page posted this video on his website: The video features Robert Plant and Jimmy Page performing a Led Zeppelin classic, Ramble On, at a very rare club show at the Cafe de Paris in London. The show itself took place on December 7th, 1997. I'm still on the look out for videos of other songs they performed that night. Rumor has it the guys also played "Move It", "Over the Hills and Far Away", "Thank You", and "Crossroads".

Granted, finding videos of Page and Plant on stage together is not rare. What's rare is a club video. Can you imagine how electric it must have been that night in the crowd? The chemistry these 2 have is more rare than the Hope Diamond.

Until I find those other videos, please enjoy Page and Plant (along with Michael Lee on drums and Charlie Jones on bass) as they perform "Ramble On". Watch the magic.