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Reliquary: Led Zeppelin [1969.03.19] Maida Vale Studio 4 [FM] FLAC + MP3
Led Zeppelin
Maida Vale Studio 4
London, England
Wednesday March 19th, 1969
FM Broadcast Recording
Encoded: FLAC + 320 Kbps MP3
http://www.rambleonzep.com/dates/1969-03-19.htm
http://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/march-19-1969
http://www.ledzepconcerts.com/concertdates/cd.php?id=lz19690319
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/Setpage.aspx?Showid=78
Track List:
01. Alexis Korner Intro
02. What Is And What Should Never Be
03. I Can't Quit You
04. You Shook Me [cut]
05. Sunshine Woman
Radio broadcast taken, I believe from the acetate since the masters
had been destroyed. 'Anybody Got A Les Paul' contained more tracks
than this, but this is only the 'Maida Vale Studio' tracks from it. -Original
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