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How the West was Won (album)

How The West Was Won is a triple live album by Led Zeppelin, released by Atlantic Records on May 27, 2003. These original performances are from the 1972 tour of the United States, recorded at the LA Forum on June 25 and Long Beach Arena on June 27.

The album was #1 on debut on the Billboard's Pop Albums chart.

Table of contents

Track listing Disc 1

  1. "LA Drone" 0:14
  2. "Immigrant Song" 3:42
  3. "Heartbreaker" 7:25
  4. "Black Dog" 5:41
  5. "Over The Hills And Far Away" 5:08
  6. "Since I've Been Loving You" 8:02
  7. "Stairway To Heaven" 9:38
  8. "Going To California" 5:37
  9. "That's The Way" 5:54
  10. "Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp" 4:55

Disc 2

  1. "Dazed And Confused" (Medley: "Walter's Walk", "The Crunge") 25:25
  2. "What Is And What Should Never Be" 4:41
  3. "Dancing Days" 3:42
  4. "Moby Dick" 19:20

Disc 3

  1. "Whole Lotta Love" (Medley: "Boogie Chillun", "Let's Have A Party", "Hello Marylou", "Going Down Slow") 23:08
  2. "Rock And Roll" 3:56
  3. "The Ocean" 4:21
  4. "Bring It On Home" (Medley: "Bring It On Back") 9:30

Personnel

  • Jimmy Page - Acoustic and electric guitars, producer
  • Robert Plant - Vocals and harmonica
  • John Paul Jones - Bass guitar, keyboards, and mandolin
  • John Bonham - Drums and percussion
  • Eddie Kramer - Engineer
  • Kevin Shirley - Engineer, mixing
  • Drew Griffiths - Sound assistant
  • Phil Lemon - Design, artwork
  • Ross Halfin - Creative consultant
  • Jim Cummins - Photography
  • James Fortune - Photography
  • Jeffrey Mayer - Photography
  • Michael Putland - Photography

Additional notes Engineered and mixed at SARM West Studios, London, March 2003.

Catalogue: Atlantic 7567835872



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