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Tracklist

A1 Jimmy Page Lucifer Rising
B1 Listen You Better Run
B2 Listen Everybody's Gonna Say
B3 Robert Plant Our Song
B4 Robert Plant Laughin' Cryin' Laughin'
B5 Robert Plant Long Time Coming
B6 Robert Plant I've Got A Secret

Notes

Unofficial release, solo tracks by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant .

Black and white sleeve.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Led Zeppelin Solo Performances ‎(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label (Led Zeppelin) none Europe 2016
none Led Zeppelin Solo Performances ‎(LP, Pic, Unofficial) Not On Label (Led Zeppelin) none US 1983


Led Zeppelin - Solo Performances download free
Performer: Led Zeppelin
Genre: Rock
Title: Solo Performances
Country: Europe
Released: 1983
Style: Hard Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1193 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1567 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 781
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Wizard
As far as Zeppelin boots go, this one is pretty lacking except that it contains some rather unique material. The materials are cheap. It's a generic paper sleeve with a printed glossy paper wrapped around it. (not even glued on!). The record itself is plain black with a plain white label. Can't help but wonder if this is a cheap bootleg of a cheap bootleg, or just one of those really poorly Zeppelin boots that collectors love. The first side, Lucifer Rising is pretty ambient and I spent more time that I should have trying to figure out if I was listening to garbage or if it was running at the wrong speed. (33rpm is correct) It's really not catchy in anyway and probably only appreciated by the die hard fans. The noise and hiss on the track also doesn't help much. The 2nd side, which is supposed to be all early pre-Led Zeppelin Robert Plant is really weird. It doesn't really sound much like Robert, or more-so, it sounds like him but only older and a deeper voice. I'm sitting here and wondering if I've been swindled and this isn't Robert Plant at all, but every now and then a moment comes in where the voice is very much recognizable as Robert. Certain trademark inflections of his voice. I think a lot of people will be left scratching their head on this album. Is it really cool or is it total garbage? Overall, I enjoyed it, but then again, I've been a die-hard fan for a long time and will get excited about anything new these days. If you are looking for a good first boot, this isn't it. Go get Destroyer.
Todal
Actually I thought the same about the voice and all - but then i did my research and timed it on a stop watch to find that the recording is defiantly slow. After many attempts I finally got it perfect at +6 BPM - 6 Beats Per Minute added to it - Now it sounds alot better too. Playing it at that speed of 39rpm brings his voice closer to the sound of Robert that you would agree with being him. :)