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Zeppelin Part 2

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Growing up, I listened to Led Zeppelin but I was never into them. I've got a mixed CD of their "hits", but I am interested in making one of their lesser-known songs. Here's what I've got...I trust that you knowledgeable folks will help me out.

Whole Lotta Love

Black Dog

Kashmir

Heartbreaker

Immigrant Song

Song Remains the Same

All My Love

D'yer Mak'er

Going to California

Ramble On

Thank You

Dazed and Confused

Misty Mountain Hop

Stairway to Heaven

Tangerine

Thanks in advance! ::

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Achilles Last Stand

Babe I'm Gonna Leave You

Battle of Evermore

Dancing Days

Good Time Bad Times

Houses of the Holy

Living Loving Maid (right after Heartbreaker, it blends right into the song)

Moby Dick

Rain Song

Rock & Roll

Ten Years Gone

When the Leavee Breaks

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Nobodys Fault But Mine

Damn, I forgot that one. One of my favorites.

MUSICAL INTERLUDE:

"The devil, he told me to roll. The devil, he told me to roll roll roll roll. How to roll that log tonight. Oh, it's nobody's fault but mine.

:afro: :afro: :rockon: :rockon: :rockon:

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"Hey, Hey What Can I Do?" and "That's the Way" are two of my faves that haven't been mentioned yet.

EDIT: Scratch that, on closer inspection "That's the Way" was mentioned by Joel. Sorry.

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I have Led Zeppelin Remasters, it also came with a 3rd bonus disc, that features live radio commentary by Jimmy Page with a few tracks in between (including Moby Dick). I still don't think it's a good example of their best though, it leaves off many of their best songs, especially from Houses of the Holy & Physical Graffiti.

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Mind, I hate you. I must have got scammed.

If you're talking about the 3rd CD, then your not missing much. It has about 4 songs (Moby Dick, Hey Hey What Can I Do, etc) in between a Jimmy Page interview during the first track, which is about 1/2 hour long. The rest of the CD is just Jimmy saying "You are listening to x radio station" over & over again.

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