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VA - The Celtic Tribute to Led Zeppelin - Long Ago and Far Away (2007)

7-02-2016, 18:57
Folk | Celtic | Rock

Title: The Celtic Tribute to Led Zeppelin - Long Ago and Far Away
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: CMH Records
Genre: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Neofolk
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 1:00:47
Total Size: 139 MB


01. Black Mountain Side (03:51)
02. The Battle of Evermore (03:58)
03. Over the Hills and Far Away (04:36)
04. Thank You (04:31)
05. Black Dog (04:34)
06. The Rain Song (06:04)
07. Dazed and Confused (05:11)
08. Rock and Roll (03:58)
09. That’s the Way (04:51)
10. What Is and What Should Never Be (04:27)
11. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp (04:14)
12. Going to California (03:45)
13. Stairway to Heaven (06:46)

The legend of Led Zeppelin needs no introduction.
Although they are renowned as purveyors of heavy rock, the band also had a softer side often influenced by Celtic themes and traditional English folk music.
The Celtic Tribute to Led Zeppelin offers a bold new take on the band's much revered music.
Using traditional instruments such as fiddle, concertina, bouzouki, accordion, banjo, and penny whistle, our acclaimed Celtic musicians provide rich, atmospheric instrumentals that showcase the true genius and dynamics of one of the world's most influential rock `n' roll bands.
Celtic Tribute to Led Zeppelin: Long Ago and Far Away, performed by a very capable group of session players called the Boys from County Nashville may reek of novelty, but many of Zeppelin's finest moments owe more than a little to the British folk genre.
While the more rock-oriented tracks such as "Black Dog," "Dazed and Confused" and "What Is and What Should Never Be" strike a not so delicate balance between rustic and goofy (often the latter); the band's acoustic hits "Black Mountain Side," "Battle of Evermore" and "Bron-Y-Aur Stomp" fit the arrangements like a well-worn glove.

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