|1-01||You Shook Me||5:14|
|1-02||I Can't Quit You Baby||4:22|
|1-04||Dazed And Confused||6:39|
|1-05||The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair||3:00|
|1-06||What Is And What Should Never Be||4:20|
|1-08||Travelling Riverside Blues||5:12|
|1-09||Whole Lotta Love||6:09|
|1-12||I Can't Quit You Baby||6:21|
|1-13||You Shook Me||10:19|
|1-14||How Many More Times||11:51|
|2-03||Since I've Been Loving You||6:56|
|2-05||Dazed And Confused||18:36|
|2-06||Stairway To Heaven||8:49|
|2-07||Going To California||3:54|
|2-08||That's The Way||5:43|
|2-09||Whole Lotta Love (Medley): Boogie Chillun' / Fixin' To Die / That's Alright Mama / A Mess Of Blues||13:45|
|7567-83061-2||Led Zeppelin||BBC Sessions (2xCD, Album)||Atlantic||7567-83061-2||Europe||1997|
|8122794389||Led Zeppelin||The Complete BBC Sessions (3xCD, Album, Comp, RE, RM, RP)||Atlantic||8122794389||Europe||Unknown|
|8122794389||Led Zeppelin||The Complete BBC Sessions (3xCD, Album, Comp, RE, RM)||Atlantic||8122794389||UK & Europe||2016|
|ATDD 11829||Led Zeppelin||BBC Sessions (2xCD, Album)||Atlantic||ATDD 11829||South Africa||1997|
|83061-1||Led Zeppelin||BBC Sessions (4xCD, Album, Unofficial, Min)||Atlantic||83061-1||Russia||2012|
BBC Sessions is a compilation album featuring studio sessions and a live concert recorded by English rock group Led Zeppelin for the BBC. It was released on 11 November 1997, by Atlantic Records. Disc one consists of material from four different 1969 BBC sessions. Disc two contains most of the 1 April 1971 concert from the Paris Theatre in London. Disc three was only included in a limited run of album releases and features rare interviews from 1969, 1976/1977, and 1990.
WMG (от лица компании "Atlantic"); CMRRA, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, BMG Rights Management, Abramus Digital, ARESA, Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция. Heartbreaker ("In Concert" Live Version From BBC Sessions). Авторы текста и музыки. John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page.
This September Led Zeppelin will release The Complete BBC Sessions, an expanded and remastered version of their 1997 BBC Sessions album which adds a third disc of eight unreleased performances.
Jimmy Page reminisces about Led Zeppelin's BBC sessions, collected in a new expanded reissue. On June 29th, 1969, the British DJ John Peel opened Top Gear, his progressive-rock program on the BBC’s Radio One, by spinning the Rolling Stones’ new single Honky Tonk Women.
Led Zeppelin's BBC sessions were among the most popular bootleg items of the rock & roll era, appearing on a myriad of illegal records and CDs. They were all the more popular because of the lack of official Led Zeppelin live albums, especially since The Song Remains the Same failed to capture the essence of the band. For anyone who hadn't heard the recordings, the mystique of Zeppelin's BBC sessions was somewhat mystifying, but the official 1997 release of the double-disc BBC Sessions offered revelations for any fan who hadn't yet heard this music.
BBC Sessions is a music live recording by LED ZEPPELIN (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 1997 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. The Complete BBC Sessions (3CD) Box set Rhino Records - No SAI 2016. BBC Sessions Atlantic 1997. Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached.
Listening to the Led Zeppelin on The Complete BBC Sessions is a way different experience than listening to the Led Zeppelin from The Song Remains the Same. The sessions include six appearances on various BBC programs - some recorded in the studio, some.