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Dancing Days - Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy (Cassette, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Dancing Days - Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy (Cassette, Album)

  1. Gushakar
    Houses OF The Holy could have been a much heavier album with Houses and The Rover included. But it is great as is.. The opening 3 tracks are Jimmy Page at his melodic best. The Crunge was some nice light hearted relief after 3 epic opening tracks.
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  2. Metaxe
    Houses of the Holy follows the same basic pattern as Led Zeppelin IV, but the approach is looser and more relaxed. Jimmy Page's riffs rely on ringing, folky hooks as much as they do on thundering blues-rock, giving the album a lighter, more open tiobetrattculpvalteresppredrodiftuki.coinfo the pseudo-reggae of "D'Yer Mak'er" and the affectionate James Brown send-up "The Crunge" suggest that the band was searching for.
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  3. Mikam
    In this case, it’s “Dancing Days”, undoubtedly the low point of Led Zeppelin’s fifth studio album. After the conclusion of “The Crunge”, where one is left chuckling at the meta wankery of that.
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  4. Fenrisar
    Nov 07,  · Now that the remastered "Houses of the Holy" has been released, here is where you can post your feelings, good or bad, about the reissue. This goes for whether you only got the remastered original album, or if you got the Deluxe Vinyl package or if .
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  5. Akinokora
    "Dancing Days" is a song by English rock band Led Zeppelin. It appears on their album, Houses of the Holy, and was released as a single in the US. It was recorded at Stargroves, England in It was inspired by an Indian tune that Jimmy Page and Robert Plant heard while traveling in Bombay. This was the first track from the album to be offered for radio play by Atlantic Records. It was premiered on 24 Genre: Hard rock.
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  6. Samusar
    "Dancing Days" is a song by English rock band Led Zeppelin. It appears on their album, Houses of the Holy, and was released as a single in the US. It was recorded at Stargroves, England in It was inspired by an Indian tune that Jimmy Page and Robert Plant heard while traveling in Bombay.
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  7. Galrajas
    After the runaway success of "Led Zeppelin IV," Led Zeppelin reconvened and did the absolutely astoundingthey recorded a follow-up album that's even *better* than "Zeppelin IV" (though I certainly love "Zeppelin IV," mind you). 's "Houses Of The Holy" is, in my opinion, the band's masterpiece, a barnburning album that showcases all /5().
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  8. Talabar
    Houses of the Holy Wikipedia article Album by Led Zeppelin. The Song Remains the Same The Rain Song Over the Hills and Far Away The Crunge Dancing Days D'yer Mak'er No Quarter The Ocean External links Amazon: buy Houses of the Holy tiobetrattculpvalteresppredrodiftuki.coinfo: search for Led Zeppelin • Houses of the Holy .
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