Led Zeppelin - The Great Love Affair mp3 album
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Great Zeppelin: A Tribute to Led Zeppelin is a cover album released by the American hard rock band Great White in 1998, dedicated to songs of Led Zeppelin. It was recorded live in a concert that took place at The Galaxy Theatre of Santa Ana, California, USA, in December 1996 and released by the French label Axe Killer.
2-4. Thank You. 2-5. How Many More Times. Southampton 1973 (2xCD, Ltd, Unofficial). Trade Mark Of Quality (2). none. The Great Lost Live Album (2xCD, Unofficial). Cosmic Top Secret Laboratories.
Bonham's drum-solo epic from Led Zeppelin II began as a jam based around bluesman Sleepy John Estes' "The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair. In concert it could stretch out as long as 30 minutes; the recorded version is a trimmed-down four minutes of syncopated stomp and rolling tom-tom thunder. Recorded for the album of the same name, this stomping come-on was shelved for sounding too much like "Dancing Days," and resurrected for Physical Graffiti. Page sprays shrapnel while Plant evokes fertility rites and drugged-out tarot readings. The signature power ballad on Led Zeppelin IV towers over Seventies rock like a monolith. From the Elizabethan ambience of its acoustic introduction to Plant's lyrical mysticism to Page's spiraling solo, the eight-minute song is a masterpiece of slow-reveal intensity that withholds power, then ascends skyward like nothing in rock.
Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album53. Recorded live at the Galaxy Concert Theatre, Santa Ana, California, USA, 12/1996. 2. Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman). 12. When the Levee Breaks. 14. Stairway to Heaven.
Not only has the album as a whole aged a bit better with the years, becoming an historical record of the myth and madness of Led Zeppelin excess in the mid-70’s, a band who had begun to realize and live up to their crowned god-hood among the head-banging youth, but now the actual remastered sound is nothing short o. Of course, fans who have great experience with Zeppelin bootlegs will no doubt say there are better concerts out there to be heard & I would agree with that to a degree, but "The Song Remains the Same" was hardly the embarrassment many people-including the band themselves-have made it out to be. At least, not the CD version, where you can take in the music & not worry about any "fantasy sequences.
Led Zeppelin is the debut album by English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released on 12 January 1969 in the United States and on 31 March in the United Kingdom by Atlantic Records. The album was recorded in September and October 1968 at Olympic Studios, London, shortly after the band's formation. It contains a mix of original material worked out in the first rehearsals, and remakes and rearrangements of contemporary blues and folk songs
Led Zeppelin II starts off with Whole Lotta Love, the best song on the album; then goes to What Is And What Should Never Be, the second best on the album. Third is The Lemon Song, which has one of, if not THE best bass solo in classic rock. Fourth is Thank You, one of the more mellow and beautiful songs on the album. This is the only Zeppelin album where I don't feel the need to skip a single track on it any time I listen to it. On the debut I would skip Black Mountain Side. On III, I would skip most of the second side.