Taken from one of the 1973 Madison Square Garden shows that would product the live album and concert film The Song Remains The Same, this was released by Empress Valley Supreme Disc in 2004. The Effect Is Shatterin. s a 3CD bootleg by Led Zeppelin. Taken from one of the 1973 Madison Square Garden shows that would product the live album and concert film The Song Remains The Same, this was released by Empress Valley Supreme Disc in 2004. Disc 1 1. Radio Spot (2:01) 2. Rock and Roll (4:30) 3. Celebration Day (3:36) 4. Black Dog (6:48) 5. Over The Hills And Far Away (7:06) 6. Misty Mountain Hop (4:48) 7. Since I've Been Loving You (9:40) 8. No Quarter (13:53). Disc 2 1. The Song Remains The Same (6:24) 2. The Rain Song (9:33) 3. Dazed and Confused (31:31).
Led Zeppelin Madison Square Garden, New York, July 28, 1973 Bootleg title: The Effect Is Shattering Label: Empress Valley Supreme Disc (EVSD 285/286/287 source: Soundboard Recording Lineage: Silvers EAC WAV FLAC 8 Total time: 2:52:39. fT0pU6GkaWI5kc Disc 1 101. Radio Spot (2:01) 102. Rock and Roll (4:30) 103. Celebration Day (3:36) 104. Black Dog (6:48) 105. Over The Hills And Far Away (7:06) 106. Misty Mountain Hop (4:48) 107. Since I've Been Loving You (9:40) 108. Disc 2 201. The Song Remains The.
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