Led Zeppelin: "Kashmir" animation used as live performance backdrop


24 Responses to “Led Zeppelin: "Kashmir" animation used as live performance backdrop”

  1. erzatsen says:

    where is the HD version of this?
    with the full song?
    that i can download?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think if I was gonna see Led Zeppelin I’d prefer to see them the way they’d performed 40 years ago in classic 70′s arena rock light-show style. But if we’re gonna bring this performance into the new millenium then I love the animation. Behind the band all huge and awesome? yessss

  3. dr.psilo says:

    Not nearly high enough to appreciate this…

  4. rob1000 says:

    I can’t hear it now without thinking about Matt Damon in ocean’s twelve:


  5. Anonymous says:

    i thought KISS were knights in satan’s service. :) rock on!!!

  6. jimh says:

    This is awesome, considering how huge it would be stretching across the whole stage. To take it to the next level, it would have been incredible to synch up some of the key transitions and animation elements to the beat of the song.

  7. Michael Slater says:

    Anyone notice the satanic goat’s head at 2:20? As my evangelist 10th grade biology teacher might have said, thirty years later and Led Zeppelin are still knights in satan’s service.

  8. hcovitz says:

    The modern day food coloring and vegetable oil in glass dish on an overhead projector.

  9. ssasha says:

    like fifth instrument in band
    there could not be better

  10. jimh says:

    One of my favorites, Lightningrose!
    If only they would have used THAT in concert.

  11. strougly says:

    @hcovitz: “its a little more complicated than that”

  12. Anonymous says:

    stuff like that would look great as a dreamscene

  13. Anonymous says:

    I have done animation to accompany live music,
    and its a lot hard than mohave might think, because the timing will never be the same two nights in a row, you need to find a way to follow the music loosely, without requiring a tight sync.
    You also don’t want to dominate, but rather enhance, I think this animation achieves these things really well

  14. Andy Blinx says:

    Love the slow pace of the graphics to compliment the song’s tempo and mood. Better than Floyd. 3-D would take it even higher. The proper technology, programming and stagecraft would allow for improvisation.

    Andy Blinx

  15. frankieboy says:

    The illustration is too symmetrical for my taste, but does seem to parallel the song’s ponderous, plodding aspects. Which is not at all meant to be a total put down of either. They each have their good points, in a ham handed way. They chug along together in grandiose fashion. That bombast is often part of Led Zep’s charm I suppose. Speaking of bombast, I’d better cut it here!

  16. robcat2075 says:

    mojave, post us a link to your demo reel.

  17. neurolux says:

    Nice! DMT much?

  18. Johnny One Spur says:

    Does this mean the band can’t improvise or jam or extend the song significantly? That’d be a shame…

  19. Rezpect says:

    I wish I was high right now.

  20. Enormo says:

    Apparently laser shows are for pussies.

  21. Anonymous says:

    “I am a Golden God!”

  22. HotPepperMan says:

    Well, I must be a full blown kitten then. I saw the Pink Floyd – Pulse show at Earls Court and recall (vaguely) being in a daze for weeks after. It is still one of THE most awesome concerts I have been to…

  23. Mojave says:

    Not bad. Always one of my all-time fav. songs. I could’ve done better animation though.

  24. LightningRose says:

    Rathergood.com did much better with LZ’s “Immigrant Song”. :)


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