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  • Audio CD (19 Nov. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live, Soundtrack, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Swan Song
  • ASIN: B000VWYNNW
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
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"Led Zeppelin's sold-out concert tours became rituals of high-energy rock and roll theater. The SONG REMAINS THE SAME. . .attests to the group's powerful and somewhat saturnalian appeal at the height of their popularity."-- from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's web page on the band's 1995 induction

The Hall of Fame's assessment of the legendary band also states, "Led Zeppelin redefined rock in the Seventies and for all time. They were as influential in that decade as the Beatles were in the prior one . . . Then and now, Led Zeppelin looms larger than life on the rock landscape as a band for the ages with an almost mystical power to evoke primal passions." That power is communicated full-force in the updated, 2CD reissue of the soundtrack to their concert film The SONG REMAINS THE SAME. The newly updated edition now contains six songs not featured on the original release, and the entire project was remixed and remastered with the band members' direct oversight. Featuring liner notes by Oscar®-winning director and former Rolling Stone editor Cameron Crowe, the set will be released simultaneously by Warner Home Video with the new, expanded DVD edition of the film.

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‘The Song Remains The Same’ is a 1976 Led Zeppelin movie featuring weary, end-of-tour New York City shows that had taken place fully 3 years earlier. The film-makers didn’t capture enough footage to compile a complete performance, and Zep guru and guitar maestro Jimmy Page should have aborted the whole project. But he inexplicably opted to throw good money after bad, and commissioned reconstructed Madison Square Garden stage scenes and self-involved fantasy sequences to be grafted into the movie. After 3 years of on-off agonising the outcome was a vanity project that cost a fortune, had too many continuity and synchronicity gaffes to be funny, and also played a role in Jimmy burning out. A lifeless mix compounded a soundtrack album that found Led Zeppelin sounding for all the world as if they just wanted to be with their families at home in England, and the impact on their career arc was devastating. In the spring of 1976, Zep had followed up their terrific 1975 double-album ‘Physical Graffiti’ with the joyless, troubled ‘Presence’ LP. By the summer, Jimmy and drummer John Bonham were struggling with addictions and singer Robert Plant was still recuperating after a car crash. So they desperately needed to buy time to sort out their problems before touring the US in 1977. Zeppelin did have an ace in the hole: in their archives lay a rich seam of barnstorming concert recordings, and they were due anyway to issue their first ‘live’ record. But that October, they released those lacklustre, dated New York shows in the form of ‘The Song Remains The Same’, a film with a double-album counterpart. Undoubtedly there were reasons for that decision – accountants, management, impaired judgment born of stress and personal problems.Read more ›
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Good to see this has finally been remastered and the extra songs are welcome. One thing I cannot understand though is No Quarter has been edited from the original version, the previous release was 12:30 in length, this version is around 2 minutes shorter with obvious cuts in the mid-song jam section. Why on earth would you re-master an original and then cut sections of a song out?
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Keep well your old TRRS cd, cause this is practically another concert.
Incredibly, Jimmy Page edited or changed several songs that are way better than the ones
he put instead.
The best and non edited versions of the older cd are Celebration Day, The Song Remains The Same. Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love and No Quarter -the incredible guitar solo is absolute killer. The new version is nowhere near it.
Listen carefully and you will notice . The new cd is great, but not like the first one.
Of course the remastered sound is better, so just enjoy both cd`s like different concerts, different day on the Madison Square Garden. Good Extra tracks count too.
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With an improved sound and the addition of 'Heartbreaker' and a cracking 'Since ive been loving you' this should have been contesting for the number 1 live album slot with 'Who live at Leeds'

But instead Jimmy Page decided, in what could only be described as a fit of pure insanity, to edit some of the tracks.

The butchering of 'No Quarter' is particularly hard to take as the (now missing) instrumental section on the original album was it's finest moment.

Which just leaves it at number 1 in the most ironic album title chart. What a shame.
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I am going to start by saying that the versions of No Quarter and Stairway To Heaven on this live compilation are the best I have heard, with their respective extended solos being absolutely mind blowing. The rest of the songs are amazing too, with some interesting twists, licks, solos and flavours to these live versions of the well known Zeppelin songs.
I have both the 'old' and the remastered versions and the aside from the gripe from some fans about the questionable editing and patching together of songs from the three Madison Square Garden shows, there is no question that these performances capture the band during a time when they were at their peak.
Agreed that these songs don't represent the above MSG shows faithfully, but its still Led Zeppelin all the way and I feel it enhances rather than takes away anything from these songs.
The remastered version sounds absolutely brilliant and is a big improvement over the previous and the 6 new additions to this cracking album are a very welcome addition and was a long time coming.
The most noticeable difference between the two versions of this album, apart from the new additions is the slightly shorter jam session and solo on No Quarter, the slightly different solo on Celebration Day (from a different night I believe), the slightly longer version of Dazed and Confused and shorter version of Whole Lotta Love on the remastered album. The rest of the minor differences are so miniscule that you will not notice them. I don't know if its just me, but I find the solo of Stairway To Heaven on the old version of this album much clearer and better than the one on the remaster.
I suggest getting both the versions, the remastered one for the six new songs and the vastly improved sound and the previous version for the longer versions and different solos on No Quarter, Celebration Day and Whole Lotta Love.
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