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Editors’ Notes

Culled from tapes of a sold-out three night stand at New York City’s Madison Square Garden in July 1973, The Song Remains the Same captures Led Zeppelin at a turning point in their career. Their stardom assured, their legend growing, the four members were accepting their roles as rock gods and indulging themselves and their fans with whatever tickled their fancy. Every major (and minor) band in the 1970s made a live album. So, “Dazed and Confused” transforms into a half-hour odyssey. “Stairway to Heaven” takes on the significance of a national anthem, and with the improved amplification of the 1970s, the band’s sound expands to grandiose proportions. It doesn’t seem possible that three instrumentalists and a singer could command this much power. But listen to the intricate bluesy weave of “Since I’ve Been Loving You,” one of six highlights added to the 2007 expanded edition of this now classic double-live album originally issued in 1976, and you’ll hear the largest sounding power trio in the music business. The band is slightly ragged throughout. Personal and musical excesses will do that. However, with a catalog this strong, Led Zeppelin moved into prime position to become among the decade’s most important musical voices.

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A Welcome Upgrade.

This album has finally been remastered and tracks added to the original release after far to many years. On vinyl the record was pretty much a take it or leave it affair. The sound quality was thin throughout lacking contrast and dynamics. Now though this is a revelation. Throughout the listener is greeted with a lush and sumptuous presentation. The interplay between all concerned is fantastic on every single track. This is a live recording. Mistakes are made. These add rather than detract from the experience adding tension and excitement. Buy this without reservation. On CD there is a lovely booklet with the original album photographs and new sleeve notes. After everything though this is about the music and it is magnificent.


absolutely amazing! never realised so many tracks were unrealeased!

Absolutely fantastic

I bought the cd a while ago before this remastered version was released and was very disappointed. It sounded very flat, no dynamics. This new remastered release is fantastic. No Quarter alone is worth the price, by far the best version out there. Buy it together with How The West Was Won. If you want to know what all the hype is about, this is why. BUT buy the CDs not the iTunes version. This music must be heard with as much detail as possible.


Formed: July, 1968 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

What the Beatles were to the '60s, Led Zeppelin were to the '70s: a band so successful and innovative they wound up creating the prism through which their entire epoch was seen. Zeppelin ushered in the era of album rock -- they refused to release singles off their albums, even when they were garnering massive radio play -- and of arena rock, playing ever-larger stadiums as their ticket sales skyrocketed. Other bands played on a similar field but Led Zeppelin carried a unique mystique cultivated by...
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