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Led Zeppelin

The Song Remains the Same (5:29)

"The Song Remains the Same" is the opening track from Led Zeppelin's 1973 album Houses of the Holy.

The song features furious multi-tracked guitar from Jimmy Page, played on a Gibson EDS-1275 double neck 12-string during live shows and vocals from lead singer Robert Plant. This was Plant's tribute to world music, reflecting his belief that music is universal.

The song was originally an instrumental which was given the…

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  • So many great things about this track - the inventiveness, the tempo changes, the technical prowess etc...
  • siwy dym !!!!!
  • bass line, guitar riff, and honolulu star bright. oops forgot about the drums, nuff said........ fabulous
  • Listening to the 5th album "Houses Of The Holy" released on March 28, 1973. Was to be released in early January but controversy over the album cover delayed release. Gavin Edwards of Rolling Stone Magazine said at the time: "The epic scale suited Zeppelin: They had the largest crowds, the loudest rock songs, the most groupies, the fullest manes of hair. Eventually excess would turn into bombast, but on Houses, it still provided inspiration." Song written by Page, Plant.
  • I think during the high notes Robert Plant must have inhaled some helium. lol
  • Eterno.
  • ]:-}
  • I want 1 to hear it in full
  • I agree hollyheer absolute perfection.

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