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Houses of the Holy is the fifth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released on 28 March 1973 by Atlantic Records. Several songs subsequently became fixtures in the group's live set, including "The Song Remains the Same", "The Rain Song" and "No Quarter".
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All early Dread Zeppelin recordings and most of the band's first album Un-Led-Ed were recorded at the home studio of Dave Stewart of Eurythmics, where Rasta Li-Mon was a house engineer. Dread Zeppelin at the Edwards Drive-In, Arcadia, CA 1989. After the success of "Immigrant Song," a second single, "Whole Lotta Love/Tour-telvis: A Bad Trip", was released on Birdcage Records. A third, "Your Time is Gonna Cum/Woodstock (live)", was released not as a single but as part of a singles compilation entitled Komm Gib Mir Deine Zeppelin (a play on the title of the. Front Yard Bar B Que (1996). The Song Remains Insane (1998) two-CD Australia Only Set, TWA Records. Haunted Houses O' the Holy (mi1999). Live - Live at Larry's (2002). Live - Hots On for Fresno (2003).
Ruins is a Dread Zeppelin album featuring B-sides, alternate mixes and previously unreleased tracks Track listing. The Song Remains Insane. Live - Hots On For Fresno.
Released March 28, 1973. Houses of the Holy Tracklist. 1. The Song Remains the Same Lyrics. Beginning with their third release in 1970, Led Zeppelin sought to escape the drab confines of traditional recording studios by spending a portion of their album sessions holed up at an intimate rural estate. It was an idea borrowed from the Band, who had a communal home near Bob Dylan’s upstate retreat in Woodstock, New York. I didn’t know exactly how the Band had recorded their Music from Big Pink album or The Basement Tapes, but the rumor was they were done in a house they had rented, Page explained in Guitar World. I didn’t know for sure if they had, but I liked the idea
Dread Zeppelin's Brick House (Of the Holy!) is also a cover of: Brick House by Commodores (1977).
Haunted Houses O' The Holy. 9. It's Not Unusual (Dread Zeppelin album) – Its Not Unusual is the third album by the musical group Dread Zeppelin, released by I. R. S. The album presents a shift from reggae-tinged Led Zeppelin covers to disco music cover songs from the 1970s, the album was produced by Jah Paul Jo, Rasta Li-Mon and Greg Edward.
Band Name Led Zeppelin. Album Name Houses of the Holy. Data wpisu 28 Marzec 1973. Wydawcy Atlantic Records. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album490. The Song Remains the Same. 3. Over the Hills and Far Away.
|3||Whole Lotta Love|
|4||Big Ole Gold Belt|
|5||Viva Las Vegas|
|6||Stir It Up|
|7||Going To California|
|8||What Is And What Should Never Be|
|9||Friend Bob Marley|
|10||Misty Mountain Hop|
|11||Stairway To Heaven|
|12||Hey Hey What Can I Do|
|13||4 Jah People|