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1993
Label: Tarantura - T2CD-2 • Format: 2x, CD Limited Edition, Unofficial Release • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock •
Dazed And Confused (Incl. Shapes Of Things) - Led Zeppelin - Tight But Loose (CD)

The Train Kept A Rollin. I Can't Quit You. Killing Floor (Incl. The Lemon Song) Dazed And Confused (Incl. Shapes Of Things)5/5(2).

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 · The gigs at MSG are filmed and recorded for the group's feature movie, The Song Remains the Same, and accompanying soundtrack album, as well as the dvd. A remastered edition of the film & soundtrack are released in November The band hires a film crew - up to four 35mm cameras (depending on which night) - Arriflex 35BL with ' film cartridges. A 16mm Éclair ACL .

CD1: Train kept a rollin, I can t quit you, Killing Floor,Dazed & Confused incl. Shape of Things, You shook me, Communication Breakdown, CD2: White Summer/Black Mountain Side, Babe I m gonna leave you, Pat s Delight, How many more Times.

 ·  · Day 7: 1/26/ Boston, MA. 1/26/ Boston, MA Tight But Loose. Train Kept a Rollin', I Can't Quit You Baby, Killing Floor, Dazed and Confused, You Shook Me, Communication Breakdown, White Summer/Black Mountain Side, Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, Pat's Delight, How Many More Times. There is an amazing wah-wah intro before Train Kept a Rollin'.


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  1.  · To start, let's look at “Dazed and Confused”, the fourth track of Zeppelin's self-titled debut album from The first thing heard on the track is John Paul Jones' bass playing two measures, each consisting of four chromatically descending tones, and each with an anacrusis - what I'll call “The Dazed Motive” due to its rather wobbly feel.

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