LED ZEPPELIN ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOP 3CD MOONCHILD RECORDS MC-091 SICK AGAIN Z01

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LED ZEPPELIN ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOP 3CD MOONCHILD RECORDS MC-091 SICK AGAIN Z01

LED ZEPPELIN ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOP 3CD MOONCHILD RECORDS MC-091 SICK AGAIN Z01


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LED ZEPPELIN / ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOP
(3CD) MOONCHILD RECORDS / MC-091
Disc.1
01. Rock and Roll
02. Sick Again
03. Over the Hills and Far Away
04. In My Time of Dying
05. The Song Remains the Same
06. The Rain Song
07. Kashmir
Disc.2
01. No Quarter
02. Trampled Underfoot
03. Moby Dick
Disc.3
01. Dazed and Confused
02. Stairway to Heaven
03. Whole Lotta Love
04. Black Dog
Recorded at Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver British Columbia,
Canada. March 19th 1975.


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