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Definitive Collection Mini LP album for sale by Led Zeppelin was released Nov 11, 2008 on the Rhino (Label) label. Issued by the esteemed Rhino label in late 2008 to coincide with Led Zeppelin's 40th anniversary, the 12-CD DEFINITIVE COLLECTION box set presents all 10 albums by the legendary British rock band in small LP-replica form. While the glorious music here remains the same--from LED ZEPPELIN's "Good Times, Bad Times" to CODA's "Wearing and Tearing"-- it's the packaging that offers something different, with every CD bearing a scaled-down version of the original U.K. record designs. Definitive Collection Mini LP CD music is a 12-disc set with 91 songs. ...See Full Description
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These CDs are just the 1993 re-masters , re-packaged. You want the best LED ZEP sound ever? You have to buy the same box set from WARNER JAPAN with SHM-CDs in it's product description.
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I truly enjoyed this great box set, except for Coda. What an awful album. It was great to get matching CDs for a zepplin set!
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|CD Universe Part number||7767672|
|Release Date||Nov 11, 2008|
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Led Zeppelin - DVD DVDs (2003) Top Seller
Definitive Collection Mini LP songs Very few Led Zeppelin performances were caught on camera during the band's life-span, but the footage that has been preserved for posterity is collected on this release. With a running time of over five-and-a-half hours, this is the definitive word on Zep's global stage-straddling performances. The footage is taken from London's Royal Albert Hall in January 1970, London's Earls Court in May 1975, Knebworth in August 1979, and Madison Square Garden in July 1973. Guitarist Jimmy Page has taken great care to restore, remix, and remaster the sound from these shows, providing a visual and sonic assault that offers indisputable proof of Led Zeppelin's reputation as a rock & roll behemoth. Additional footage comes in the shape of several television interviews, a bootleg shot of the band performing "Heartbreaker," behind the scenes footage from Knebworth, and a whole lot more.
This 2-DVD boxed set features a variety of live+ programming. Disc 1 includes Live at the Royal Albert hall, 1969, also Danish TV 1969, French TV 1969, Super Show 1969, a promo clip, some bootleg; disc 2 features Splodge Edit live 1972, Madison Square Garden 1973, Earls Court 1975, Knebworth 1979, Australian TV, interviews, promos.
Fragile CD (1972) Top Seller
Definitive Collection Mini LP CD music Track Listing of songs: Roundabout; Cans and Brahms; We Have Heaven; South Side of the Sky; Five Per Cent of Nothing; Long Distance Runaround; Fish, The; Mood for a Day; Heart of the Sunrise; America; Roundabout;
Tommy CDs (1969)
||Hybrid; Bonus Tracks; SACD Hybrid; Remastered; Deluxe Edition
Definitive Collection Mini LP buy CD music This is a hybrid Super Audio CD playable on both regular and Super Audio CD players.
The definitive rock opera, TOMMY liberated the Who from a "singles band" stigma, marking them as a substantial artistic force. Composer Pete Townshend had flirted with the conceptual format on two previous releases, but here his vision is spread over two ambitious records that play to the Who's main strengths. Anthems such as the raucous "Pinball Wizard" and the surprisingly serene "I'm Free" emphasize the kinetic power of the band, while Townshend's cast of characters (the perverted Uncle Ernie, the inscrutable Tommy) reveals a wild and unconventional imagination. Townshend even incorporates Sonny Boy Williamson's "Eyesight to the Blind" as part of his fable about the "deaf, dumb, and blind kid," making a successful reference to the past in what is an undeniably groundbreaking and forward-looking achievement.
Originally released as a 2 LP set on Decca (7205).
Originally released on Decca (7205) in May 1969.
Originally released as a 2 LP set.
Originally released as a 2-LP set on Decca (7205).
Includes liner notes by Matt Kent.
Recorded at IBC Studio, London, England.
Reissue producer: Jon Astley.
The Who: Pete Townshend (vocals, guitar, keyboards); John Entwistle (vocals, bass, horns); Keith Moon (vocals, drums); Roger Daltrey (vocals).
The Who: Pete Townshend (vocals, guitar, keyboards); John Entwistle (vocals, trumpet, French horn, Flugelhorn, bass); Keith Moon (vocals, drums, tympani, gong, tambourine); Roger Daltrey (vocals).
The Who: Pete Townshend (vocals, guitar, keyboards); John Entwistle (vocals, French horn, bass); Keith Moon (vocals, drums); Roger Daltrey (vocals).
Producers: Kit Lambert, Chris Stamp.
Long Live Rock 'n' Roll CD (1978)
Definitive Collection Mini LP album for sale Released in 1978, LONG LIVE was the final Ronnie James Dio-fronted release by Rainbow. Dio would go on to front Black Sabbath, while guitarist Richie Blackmore would reunite with Deep Purple. The album caps off a string of tremendous releases from one of the strongest branches on the heavy-metal family tree.
The title track is a fan favorite and one of the strongest tunes from this era--a heavy rock tune written for arenas. "Lady of the Lake" is a solid number featuring haunting background vocals. "L.A. Connection" features the piano tinglings of keyboardist David Stone. "Gates of Babylon" is a mammoth track featuring the Bavarian String Ensemble, as synthesizer and strings combine for a symphonic big-rock sound. Another standout is "Kill the King," a speedy, full force tune with Mr. Blackmore doing what he does best. Blackmore opens the thunderous "The Shed (Subtle)" with a fluid, effects-laden bluesy solo. "Rainbow Eyes" is a seven-minute epic that features a string quartet, flute, and Dio's euphonic balladry. LONG LIVE, while not the masterwork that is RAINBOW RISING, is a strong album that ends the Dio era on a high note.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Rainbow includes: Ronnie James Dio (vocals); Ritchie Blackmore (guitar); Cozy Powell (drums).
Hawks & Doves CD (1980)
Definitive Collection Mini LP CD music All tracks have been digitally remastered using HDCD technology.
Following up the energetic, one-two punch of RUST NEVER SLEEPS and LIVE RUST, Neil Young takes a more understated route with 1980's HAWKS & DOVES. On rustic tracks such as "Little Wing" and "The Old Homestead" (both written in the mid-'70s), Young revisits his HARVEST era with a spare sound that relies heavily on his distinctive voice and acoustic guitar. As the album progresses, its scope widens both musically and lyrically; "Stayin' Power" is a jaunty, piano-driven tune about the power of love, while "Comin' Apart at Every Nail" is a guitar-laden hoedown that comments on the US government. This surprisingly patriotic tone (especially coming from a Canadian) This politically minded theme takes on a surprisingly patriotic tone on the album's closing title track, the Canadian songwriter's flag-waving tribute to the United States. A highly underrated record, HAWKS & DOVES features some of Young's finest songs of the '80s.
2003 remastered reissue of 1980 album. This controversial acoustic album initially peaked at #30. Nine tracks. Reprise.
Recorded at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, Broken Arrow Studio, Redwood City, Indigo Ranch, Malibu, and Gold Star Studio, Hollywood, California; Quadrafonic Sound Studio, Nashville, Tennessee; Triad Recording Studio, Ft, Lauderdale, Florida.
Personnel: Neil Young (vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano); Ben Keith (vocals, guitar, steel guitar, dobro); Ralph Molina (vocals, drums); Ann Hilary O'Brien (vocals); Frank "Poncho" Sampedro (guitar, strings); Rufus Thibodeaux (violin, fiddle); Greg Thomas , Levon Helm, Tim Drummond (drums); Tom Scribner (musical saw).
Recording information: Broken Arrow Studio, Redwood City, CA; Gold Star Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Indigo Ranch Studios, Malibu; Quadrafonic Sound Studio, Nashville, TN; Quadrophonic Sound Studio, Nashville, TN; The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, CA; Triad Recording Studios, Ft. Lauderdale.
Personnel: Neil Young (vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano); Ben Keith (steel guitar, dobro, background vocals); Rufus Thibodeaux (fiddle); Dennis Belfield, Tim Drummond (bass); Levon Helm, Greg Thomas (drums); Hillary O'Brien (background vocals).
Producers: Neil Young, David Briggs, Tim Mulligan.
Live from Toronto CDs (2006)
Definitive Collection Mini LP buy CD music The Immortal label in the Netherlands has licensed the rights to reissue many vintage rock concerts originally issued as home video VHS tapes as both DVDs and CDs in Europe. This two-CD set presents the audio-only portion of a video that was called The Who Rocks America: 1982 American Tour when it was released originally on VHS in 1984. The concert in question is the final date of what was then billed as the Who's "farewell" tour in 1982 in Toronto, Canada. (Of course, this official breakup was followed by reunion tours and eventually even new recordings.) The group was touring in support of their studio album It's Hard, which explains the presence in the set of lesser-known songs from that album ("Dangerous," "It's Hard") and its predecessor, Face Dances ("The Quiet One"). But most of the set consists of Who favorites, played and sung by original members Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, and John Entwistle, drummer Kenney Jones, and joined by keyboard player Tim Gorman. The CD set is slightly longer than the video, adding the songs "5:15" and "Squeeze Box." The sound, taken off the video soundtrack, is not bad, but is not as good as what might be expected from a regular live album. ~ William Ruhlmann
Two CD set in a fold out digipack, The Who Live From Toronto is a 1982 concert performance by one of the greatest rock bands of all time! Recorded at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto during their North American tour, this show features 21 Who greats including 'My Generation', 'Squeeze Box', 'Who Are You', 'Baba O'Riley', 'I Can't Explain', 'Pinball Wizard', 'Won't Get Fooled Again', 'Love Reign O'er Me', 'Eminence Front', 'Boris The Spider' and more. Featuring the microphone-swinging Roger Daltrey, the power-chord crunching Pete Townshend, the quiet Ox John Entwistle and former Small Faces drummer Kenny Jones assisted by Tim Gorman on keyboards. Also available separately on DVD. Immortal. 2006.
Personnel: Roger Daltrey (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Pete Townshend (vocals, guitar); Tim Gorman (keyboards); Kenney Jones (drums).
Recording information: Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (1982).
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