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Led Zeppelin - Absolutely Gems - Mighty Monday And Exploding Sunday mp3 track

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Performer: Led Zeppelin
Title: Absolutely Gems - Mighty Monday And Exploding Sunday
Released: 1999
Style: Blues Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: FLAC MP4 MIDI ADX XM DTS RA

Tracklist

"Exploding Sunday" The First Rockpile Show
1-1 Introduction
1-2 The Train Kept A Rollin'
1-3 I Can't Quit You
1-4 Dazed And Confused
1-5 You Shook Me
1-6 Killing Floor
1-7 How Many More Times (Incl. Fever, The Hunter, Money)
"Mighty Monday" Back To The Rockpile Second Show
2-1 The Train Kept A Rollin'
2-2 I Can't Quit You
2-3 Dazed And Confused
2-4 White Summer
2-5 You Shook Me
2-6 How Many More Times (Incl. Feel So Nice, The Hunter, Tracking Little Mama, Needle Blues, Lemon Song)
3-1 Communication Breakdown (Incl. There Is A Mountain)
"Mighty Monday" Back To The Rockpile First Show
3-2 The Train Kept A Rollin'
3-3 I Can't Quit You
3-4 Dazed And Confused
3-5 You Shook Me
3-6 How Many More Times (Incl. The Hunter, Lemon Song)

Notes

Tracks 1-1 to 1-7: Sunday February 2, 1969 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Tracks 2-1 to 3-1: Monday August 18, 1969 Toronto, Ontario, Canada - second show
Tracks 3-2 to 3-6: Monday August 18, 1969 Toronto, Ontario, Canada - first show

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