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Celebration Day album for sale by Led Zeppelin was released Nov 19, 2012 on the Atlantic (Label) label. Personnel: Robert Plant (vocals, harmonica); Jimmy Page (guitar); John Paul Jones (keyboards, bass guitar); Jason Bonham (drums, percussion, background vocals). Celebration Day buy CD music Audio Mixer: Alan Moulder. Celebration Day songs Liner Note Authors: Jimmy Page; John Paul Jones ; Robert Plant; Jason Bonham. Recording information: O2 Arena, London (12/06/2007); Shepperton Studios (12/06/2007); O2 Arena, London (12/10/2007); Shepperton Studios (12/10/2007). Celebration Day CD music is a 4-disc set with 33 songs. ...See Full Description
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||These guys can still do it!|
I didn't know how this was going to turn out when I heard it was happening but at their age they certainly do not disappoint.
By dviking5 (Northern NJ)
Horrible, horrible. Jason Bonham is an embarrassment. Jimmy Page is the only musician that keeps this interesting. Robert Plant needs to never perform again.
By runninggodz (Los Angeles, Ca)
The best rock band of the 20th century delivers the best performance of the 21st century. I hearded so many great reviews about this concert for the past 5 years.
By pberger4 (Montreal, QC, Canada)
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The mighty Zeppelin shown decades later that they are the most talented band ever in history. Incredible footage of there timeless music front & center, shot with a great camera eye.
By Tammatha (Sebastopol, Ca USA)
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the greatest hits remain the same....having said that. this i think is one of the best reunions ever.
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Celebration Day songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8834337|
|Release Date||Nov 19, 2012|
|Producer||Jim Parsons; Dick Carruthers|
|Recording Time||115 minutes|
|Personnel||Jimmy Page - guitar|
Robert Plant - vocals, harmonica
John Paul Jones - keyboards, bass guitar
Jason Bonham - drums, percussion, background vocals
|Additional Info||2 CDs + 2 DVDs|
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Celebration Day 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.
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It will always be a mystery how a grown man can spend his life wearing a school tie and short pants and receive adulation from the heavy metal fraternity. HM followers do not tolerate a cissy, yet the hugely talented Angus Young has become something of a hero. His riff-laden fills, combined with the tough vocals of the late Bon Scott, made AC/DC one of the genre's all-time leading lights. Bordering on the lighter side of metal, songs such as 'Love Hungry Man', 'Touch Too Much' and the title track will always delight.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Recorded at Roundhouse Studios, London, England in 1979. Originally released as Atlantic (19244). The 2003 edition of HIGHWAY TO HELL includes liner notes by Ernie Welch.
AC/DC: Bon Scott (vocals); Angus Young, Malcom Young (guitar); Cliff Williams (bass); Phil Rudd (drums).
AC/DC: Malcolm Young, Angus Young , Bon Scott, Cliff Williams , Phil Rudd.
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Liner Note Author: Ernie Welch.
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Celebration Day buy CD music Clockwork Angels has been a long time coming. Rush foreshadowed it in 2010 by releasing "BU2B," and "Caravan" to radio. The next single, "Headlong Flight," didn't appear until 2012. Co-produced with Nick Raskulinecz (who also worked on 2007's Snakes & Arrows), Clockwork Angels is a return to the concept album by the band that perfected it on 2112 in 1976. It centers on a loose narrative about a young man following his dreams. He struggles with inner and outer forces of order and chaos; he encounters an expansive world where colors, images, territories, and characters are embodied by pirates, strange carnivals, rabble-rousing anarchists, and lost cities. His enemy is the Watchmaker, a ruthless authoritarian presence who attempts to rule the universe and all aspects of everyday life with fascistic precision. Neil Peart's lyrics embrace notions of alchemy and steampunk sci-fi in his thematics. (The album is due to be novelized by Peart and sci-fi author Kevin J. Anderson.) Musically, Rush step up the prog from Snakes & Arrows without losing the blistering riffs or hooks. Alex Lifeson's acoustic guitars have an established place here, but his electric axes roar over them throughout. Geddy Lee's bass is mixed further up-front than it has been in some time -- which makes his mind-blowing chops resound: there are amazing pizzicatos interspersed in driving hard rock fills and edgy, off-kilter funk riffs. His voice is more nuanced and more emotionally expressive. Peart's drumming is the catalyst: his technical mastery makes his playing sound purely instinctive. CA is full of dynamic surprises, wild rhythmic variations, and expansive textures. This set sprawls, embracing everything from metal and prog to electric jazz to flamenco touches -- and more. Varied musical shades jostle up against one another, keeping the listener not only engaged, but delightfully surprised. "BU2B" and "Caravan" are slightly different than their single incarnations -- more was added and for the better. There are nods to the band's past in the blistering intro to "Seven Cities of Gold" and the snarling rampage in "The Anarchist." Lifeson breathes fire on both. The title track is nearly a concept album by itself. It contains a grand Townshend-esque overture, punishing twists and turns, bluesy acoustic interludes, and a grand finish. "Halo Effect" is destined to be among the band's classic power ballads with a dramatic middle and end. The album's seven-minute tour de force, "Headlong Flight," careens across musical genres with ceaseless intensity. "Wish Them Well" is an anthemic hard-edged pop song, while closer "The Garden" is an intricate seven-minute ballad with numerous odd angles and labyrinthine sonic corridors. Ultimately, Clockwork Angels demonstrates why, after 36 years, Rush's fan base continues to grow. Its musical athleticism and calisthenic discipline are equaled only by its relentless creative drive and its will to express it in a distinct musical language. ~ Thom Jurek
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Mulennium CDs (2010)
Celebration Day songs Gov't Mule's live New Year's Eve shows are the high point of the year for fans: they usually last for four hours-plus, and include loads of guests who help to create some inspiring musical moments. Two early Mule live releases were also recorded on NYE -- Live at Roseland Ballroom (1995) and Live with a Little Help from Our Friends, recorded at Atlanta's Roxy in 1998 -- released twice, in two-disc and four-disc versions. The triple-disc Mulennium was recorded December 31, 1999, also at the Roxy, but has remained in the can until now. In its way, it is the definitive document of the original Gov't Mule power trio: guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes, bassist Allen Woody (this was his last NYE show with the band, he died eight months later), and drummer Matt Abts. Disc one covers the concert up to midnight. It includes seven Mule originals, among them are truly burning versions of "Bad Little Doggie," "Life Before Insanity," and "Blind Man in the Dark." But this is a preliminary: after midnight comes the first surprise: a stellar -- and fitting -- cover of King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man" followed by the Who's "We're Not Gonna Take It" and Led Zep's "Dazed and Confused." Disc two begins with a six-song blues set with legend Little Milton on vocals; highlights here are "When the Blue Come Knockin'," "I Can't Quit You Baby," and "It Hurts Me Too." Before the disc closes, however, newly minted Black Crowes' guitarist Audley Freed joins the band in covering Alice Cooper's "Is It My Body" and Jimi Hendrix's "The Power of Soul." Freed remains for pretty much the rest of the show. The final disc in the package is highlighted by killer readings of the Beatles' "Helter Skelter," the Black Crowes' "Sometimes Salvation," and Humble Pie's "Thirty Days in the Hole," which morphs into "I Don't Need No Doctor." Guitarist Johnny Mosier and pedal steel player Mark Van Allen (the latter two are members of Blueground Undergrass) join Mule and Freed on the encores: Tony Joe White's "Out of the Rain," Bob Dylan's "I Shall Be Released," and Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man" close the show. Ultimately, Mulennium is a truly special Gov't Mule gig. Though it was never meant to be released, the remixed sound is full and present, and it showcases the band at its raw, hot, improvisationally spontaneous best. ~ Thom Jurek
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