Led Zeppelin Cabala

Led Zeppelin was a British rock band that became one of the most popular and influential musical ensembles of all time.

The four-member group debuted in 1968 with a raucous and revolutionary take on British blues-rock, and later developed their music in other ways that would contribute to the birth of hard rock and eventually to the rise of heavy metal.

They proved to be consistent innovators while remaining popular and accessible, fusing disparate elements from an eclectic spectrum of popular music, including rockabilly, soul, funk, Celtic, Indian, Arabic, and even Latin. More than two-and-a-half decades after the band retired in 1980, their music continues to sell well, garner widespread radio play, and prove a seminal influence on modern rock. Their epic "Stairway to Heaven" is rated as one of the greatest songs of the 20th century.To date, the group is reported to have sold more than 300 million albums worldwide, including 109 million sales in the United States according to the Recording Industry Association of America.

Besides "Stairway To Heaven", some of their most famous songs are: "Rock and Roll", "Black Dog", "Heartbreaker", "Immigrant Song", "Kashmir", "Dazed and Confused", "Whole Lotta Love", "Communication Breakdown", "Achilles Last Stand", "When the Levee Breaks", "No Quarter", and "The Song Remains The Same".
Tracklist

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bulut on 4:18 pm said...

Disc One
01- I’m Confused
02- Train Kept A Rollin’
03- She Just Satisfies
04- Keep Movin’
05- You Better Run
06- Everybody’s Gonna Say
07- Our Song
08- Long Time Coming
09- I’ve Got A Secret
10- Goodnight Sweet Josephine
11- Think About It
12- Hey Hey What Can I Do
13- Psychodasies
14- Happenings Ten Years Times Ago
15- Stroll On
16- My Babe Left Me
17- A Certain Girl
18- Leave My Kitten Alone
19- Surprise Surprise
20- How Do You Feel
21- Jim’s Blues
22- Traveling Riverside Blues
23- You Shook Me
24- The Girl I Love


Disc Two
01- Whole Lotta Love
02- Something Else
03- You Can’t Judge a Book By the Cover (Killing Floor)
04- Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
05- Pat’s Delight
06- How Many More Times Jam
07- Communication Breakdown
08- As Long As I Have You Jam

Disc Three
01- Organ Solo/Thank You
02- Bring It On Home
03- Friends
04- Friends
05- That’s The Way
06- Friends
07- Hey Hey What Can I Do
08- Instrumental Jam
09- Immigrant Song
10- Heartbreaker
11- Black Dog
12- Stairway to Heaven
13- Goin’ To California

Disc Four
01- That’s The Way
02- What Is and What Should Never Be
03- That’s the Way
04- Blues Medley
05- Since I’ve Been Loving You
06- That’s the Way
07- Blues Medley
08- Since I’ve Been Loving You
09- No Quarter instrumental rehearsal
10- No Quarter
11- Dazed and Confused
12- Celebration Day

Disc Five
01- Whole Lotta Love
02- Dancing Days
03- The Song Remains The Same
04- Rain Song
05- The Light Bearer
06- Take Two
07- Take Three
08- Take Four
09- Take Five
10- Take Six
11- Take Seven
12- Take Eight

Disc Six
01- Schooldays
02- Nadine
03- Around and Around
04- Move on Down the Line
05- Love Me Like a Hurricane
06- Move It
07- Dynamite
08- Shakin’ All Over
09- Hungry For Love
10- I’ll Never Get Over You
11- Reelin’ and Rockin’
12- Strawberry Jam I
13- Strawberry Jam II
14- Wanton Song
15- The Rover I
16- The Rover II
17- Night Flight I
18- Night Flight II
19- Night Flight III
20- Rock and Roll
21- Sick Again
22- Over the Hills and Far Away
23- In My Time of Dying

Disc Seven
01- All My Love
02- Since I’ve Been Loving You
03- Ten Years Gone
04- Black Country Woman
05- Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
06- White Summer
07- Kashmir
08- Trampled Underfoot
09- Achilles Last Stand
10- Money
11- Hot Dog
12- Train Kept-A-Rollin’
13- Nobody’s Fault But Mine

Disc Eight
01- Whole Lotta Love
02- Kashmir
03- Heartbreaker
04- Whole Lotta Love
05- Misty Mountain Hop
06- Stairway to Heaven
07- Black Dog
08- In the Evening
09- Rain Song
10- Since I’ve Been Loving You
11- Rock and Roll

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ZeroXDelta on 4:01 am said...

I love Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page is one of my Favorite guitarists. And the drummer is one my favorite 2 drummers. Wish I could go to the 60's and 70's in a magical time machine, that would be awesome

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