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The Song Remains The Same THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME
Swan Song SS 2-201 (U.S.) / SSK 89402 (U.K.) [1976]
Rhino / WEA Catalog No. 328252 [2007]
Jimmy Page: Electric Guitar
Robert Plant: Lead Vocals
John Bonham: Drums, Percussion
John Paul Jones: Bass, Electric Piano, Mellotron

1976 Release
1. Rock And Roll 4:03 (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
2. Celebration Day 3:49 (Page/Plant/Jones)
3. The Song Remains The Same 6:00 (Page/Plant)
4. The Rain Song 8:25 (Page/Plant)
5. Dazed And Confused 26:53 (Page)
6. No Quarter 12:30 (Page/Plant/Jones)
7. Stairway To Heaven 10:58 (Page/Plant)
8. Moby Dick 12:47 (Bonham/Jones/Page)
9. Whole Lotta Love 14:25 (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)

Length: 99:45

Recorded in July 27-29, 1973 at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York.

Engineered by: Eddie Kramer
Mixed at: Electric Ladyland, New York, New York on April 1975 and Trident Studios, London on August 1976.

Produced by Jimmy Page
Executive Producer: Peter Grant

Sleeve by: Hipgnosis / Hardie

2007 Release
DISC ONE
1. Rock And Roll 3:56 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones)
2. Celebration Day 3:37 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones)
3. Black Dog 3:46 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones)
4. Over The Hills And Far Away 6:11 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant)
5. Misty Mountain Hop 4:43 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones)
6. Since I've Been Loving You 8:23 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones)
7. No Quarter 10:38 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones)
8. The Song Remains The Same 5:39 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant)
9. The Rain Song 8:20 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant)
10. The Ocean 5:13 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones/John Bonham)

DISC TWO
1. Dazed And Confused 29:18 (Jimmy Page)
2. Stairway To Heaven 10:53 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant)
3. Moby Dick 11:02 (John Bonham/John Paul Jones/Jimmy Page)
4. Heartbreaker 6:19 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones/John Bonham)
5. Whole Lotta Love 13:51 (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones/John Bonham/Willie Dixon)

Length: 131:49

Produced by Jimmy Page
Executive Producer: Peter Grant
Recorded live at Madison Square Garden by Eddie Kramer
Mixed at Metropolis Studios, London, by Kevin Shirley
Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering, Portland, ME.
Sleeve by Hipgnosis/Hardie
Reissue Design by Peter Halm

Original soundtrack from the film
"The Song Remains The Same"
A Swan Song Inc. Production
A Warner Bros. Inc., Motion Picture
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