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The Song Remains The Same
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Swan Song
Catalog Number: 7567-90303-2
Robert Plant vocals|
Jimmy Page guitar
John Paul Jones bass, piano
John Bonham drums
2007 Re-issue with bonus tracks
|1. ||Disc Rock And Roll live ||3:56|
|2. ||Celebration Day live ||3:37|
|3. ||Black Dog/Bring It On Home intro live ||3:46|
|4. ||Over The Hills And Far Away live ||6:11|
|5. ||Misty Mountain Hop live ||4:43|
|6. ||Since I've Been Loving You live ||8:23|
|7. ||No Quarter live ||10:38|
|8. ||The Song Remains the Same live ||5:39|
|9. ||The Rain Song ||8:20|
|10. ||The Ocean live ||5:13|
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|Total Running Time:  ||60:26|
|11. ||Dazed And Confused live ||29:18|
|12. ||Stairway To Heaven live ||10:53|
|13. ||Moby Dick live ||11:02|
|14. ||Heartbreaker live ||6:19|
|15. ||Whole Lotta Love live ||13:51|
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|Total Running Time:|| 71:23|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 7, 2004 at 4:02|
|My first exposure to live Led Zeppelin is still my favorite regardless of how sloppy it gets at times. Jonesy & Bonham are absolute monsters on this night. The run of songs from "Celebration Day" through "No Quarter" just blows me away! I can't listen to this when I'm working at home because by the time "The Song Remains The Same" arrives my ass is in a chair for the duration. I close my eyes & I'm trapped in a time passage filled with good smoke, good drink, & happy faces!
||Date: June 13, 2004 at 5:49|
|i totally agree!! having heard and loved the original recording of dazed and confused i loved it, and then when hearing this HALF HOUR live version i just sat in front of my stereo staring! its amazing and will never get old. by the way, im 16 and busy spreading the word of zeppelin!
||Date: August 5, 2004 at 1:50|
|My only personal criticizm on this album is the drum solo on "Moby Dick"; I hate it and I find it too long. Other than that, it's a great live album.
||Date: November 30, 2004 at 17:46|
|This is what this kind of music was all about. Sheer stripped down cut off your head and kick it down the gutter, beautiful noise. The visualization of the band brings it on home.
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