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Led Zeppelin – Antrabata’s Studio Sessions Vol. 1-11 (2001) [MP3]

Led Zeppelin – Antrabata’s Studio Sessions Vol. 1-11 (2001) [MP3]

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Genre: Classic Rock/Hard Rock
Year: 2001
Country: Japan
Audio codec: MP3
Riptype: tracks
Bitrate: 192
Playtime: 10:12:28
Site: plixid.com
Tracklist:

1. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You (6:58) full band, take eight
2. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You (6:14) full band, take nine
3. You Shook Me (7:53)
- take one, cut – different arrangement from the album; this has bass and no organ.
4. Baby Come On Home (Tribute To Bert Burns) (8:50)
– take one – instrumental (0:00 – 1:23)
- take two – instrumental (1:45 – 2:49)
- take three – final, uncut recording (3:31 – 8:50)
5. Classical Guitar ‘n’ Church Organ (15:51)
– take one (0:00 – 2:41)
- take two (3:06 – 7:17)
- take three (7:37 – 12:37)
- take four (12:59 – 15:47)
6. More Classical Guitar ‘n’ Church Organ (21:34)
– take one – church organ intro (0:17 – 0:47)
- take two – inc. faster guitar (0:55 – 2:02)
- JP apologizes for messing up
- take three – inc. Dracula-esque organ (2:18 – 3:55)
- JP asks what he’s doing wrong
- take four – omenous, distorted organ (4:11 – 6:56)
- take five – guitar comes in early (7:08 – 11:19)
- take six – best take yet! (11:36 – 16:31)
- take seven – glassy distortion on the organ (16:48 – 21:32)
7. Sugar Mama (2:58) completed, mixed studio outtake
8. SPECIAL BONUS – Sunshine Woman (3:05)

1. Jennings Farm Blues (Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp) (24:51)
– take one – short jam (0:00 – 1:18)
- take two – jam becoming more like “Bron-Y-Aur Stomp” (1:55 – 3:16)
- take three – guitar intro –> “Stomp” jam (3:50 – 4:29)
- take four – guitar intro –> jam (4:36 – 5:22)
- take five – jam falls apart after the intro (5:26 – 5:42)
- take six – long cool “Bron-Y-Aur Stomp” jam (5:48 – 10:20)
- take seven – different jam, ends suddenly (10:31 – 12:40)
- take eight – short intro –> long jam (12:54 – 16:16)
- take nine – intro –> “Stomp” jam (16:45 – 17:47)
- take ten – jam dies quickly (17:58 – 18:20)
- take eleven – full song with overdubs, licks, solos, percussion (18:30 – 24:45)
2. No Quarter (early rehearsals) (25:06)
– take one – instrumental, no overdubs/guitar solo (0:00 – 7:24)
- intro take 1 (7:52 – 8:09)
- intro take 2 (8:23 – 8:38)
- take two – instrumental, cool drums, keyboard overdubs (8:42 – 16:25)
- intro take 3 (17:00 – 17:40)
- take three – full version with vocals, bass, synth-like guitar solo (17:47 – 25:02)
3. That’s The Way (5:34) – alternate mix of the final recording
4. Hats Off To (Roy) Harper rehearsal jam (7:04)
– includes “Feel So Bad”, “Fixin’ To Die”, “That’s Alright Mama” and more…
5. Since I’ve Been Loving You (7:33) – unedited, unmixed final recording

1. Since I’ve Been Loving You (vocals) (3:03) – only Plant’s vocals from beginning of the song
2. Moby Dick (1:39) – the intro and coda of the song
3. Bonzo! (6:59) – unedited drum solo used on “Moby Dick”
4. I Wanna Be Her Man (1:43)
5. Guitar from Bron-Yr-Aur (54:38)
– take one – calm guitar strumming (0:00 – 0:42)
- take two – a little fancier (0:42 – 1:53)
- take three – two guitars (1:53 – 2:37)
- take four – acoustic guitar with Plant humming (2:37 – 3:43)
- take A – vaguely “Seaside” on acoustic (3:43 – 4:51)
- take five – hummed “Seaside” combined with take one (5:00 – 7:20)
- take six – fast jaunty intro to the take five rhythm (7:20 – 9:38)
- take seven – loose guitar strum, exotic tuning (9:56 – 11:16)
- take eight – more messing around, lots of picking (11:16 – 12:58)
- take nine – long neat song, with overdubbed lead (13:21 – 18:32)
- take ten – brief rhythm (18:32 – 18:43)
- take eleven – rhythm and lead become “Down By The Seaside” like (18:43 – 19:56)
- take twelve – messing around with a lead overdubbed (19:56 – 22:40)
- take thirteen – new rhythm, bluesy lead, Plant mumbles some vocals (22:40 – 23:50)
- take fourteen – faster blues… includes “Gallows Pole” at 24:35, then to the
- “Seaside” chords… more “GP” at around 26:00 (23:50 – 29:50)
- take fifteen – “Gallows Pole” rhythm continues with a sweet acoustic lead (29:56 – 31:35)
- take sixteen – calmer “Down By The Seaside” rhythm, nifty lead over a classical rhythm (31:35 – 34:25)
- take B – short take of “Down By The Seaside” (34:34 – 34:44)
- take C – more “Seaside”, now with Plant singing lyrics (34:44 – 37:49)
- take D – fast twist part of “Seaside” with lyrics (37:49 – 40:10)
- take seventeen – more guitar with some Plant vocals (40:10 – 41:55)
- take eighteen – fast blues with a frenzied lead (41:55 – 43:47)
- take nineteen – brief vocals, strange strumming (43:47 – 45:16)
- take twenty – “Stairway To Heaven” intro with piano, no recorders (45:20 – 49:08)
- take twenty-one – cool piano, acoustic solo, sounds like “Black Dog” rhythm (49:08 – 53:11)
- take twenty-two – acoustic rehearsal of “Black Dog”! (53:11 – 54:38)
6. Black Dog (acoustic) (:28)

1. Guitar From Page (42:57)
– take one – one guitar, sort of like the “Ten Years Gone” intro (0:00 – 1:25)
- take two – nice, calm guitar (1:25 – 2:02)
- take three – slow version of take two (2:02 – 4:09)
- take four – lots of acoustic diddling, distantly related to “The Rain Song” (4:24 – 6:23)
- take five – another attempt at take four (6:23 – 7:51)
- take six – JP plays piano… sounds like “The Rain Song” guitar part too! (7:51 – 10:54)
- take seven – solo guitar, includes “Ten Years Gone” riff (11:15 – 14:30)
- take eight – guitar something like “The Rain Song” (14:45 – 15:37)
- take nine – similar to take eight, even more like “The Rain Song” (15:37 – 17:11)
- take ten – weird slow acoustic slides like “The Rain Song” (17:11 – 18:18)
- take eleven – similar to ten (18:18 – 19:58)
- take twelve – sounds very familiar, but I can’t place it! Help! (19:58 – 21:23)
- take thirteen – heavier acoustic guitar (21:23 – 23:45)
- take fourteen – solo acoustic “Bolero” jam… very cool! (23:45 – 24:42)
- take fifteen – one pretty guitar (24:56 – 29:20)
- take sixteen – early rock sound with a familiar bluesy rhythm (29:51 – 31:23)
- take seventeen – thick rhythm with a quick solo (31:23 – 33:28)
- take eighteen – same as take sixteen (33:40 – 35:09)
- take nineteen – 50s rock rhythm (35:09 – 35:57)
- take eighteen repeated
- take twenty – two slithery guitars, starts to head towards “The Rain Song” (36:16 – 37:47)
- take twenty-one – one guitar strumming (37:47 – 39:25)
- take twenty-two – carnivalesque piano interlude… played by Page? (39:25 – 39:49)
- take twenty-three – JP sings! plays guitar! rocks! (39:49 – 42:22)
- take twenty-four – acoustic take of the fast part of “Hots On For Nowhere” (42:22 – 42:53)
2. Poor Tom (instrumental) (3:18) – very warped sound quality
3. Walter’s Walk (instrumental) (4:37) – instrumental outtake used on “CODA”
4. Guitar (:08) – 8 magical seconds!

1. Friends (instrumental) (3:26
2. Immigrant Song (2:40) – early rehearsal
3. Out On The Tiles (3:32) – early rehearsal
4. Bron-Y-Aur (1:37) – with congas and a baby crying
5. Poor Tom (3:20) – two takes
6. Hey Hey What Can I Do (1:46) – rehearsal
7. Guitar Instrumental (2:15) – fun and complete
8. Guitar Instrumental #2 (2:05) – quiet, with a distant voice
9. Poor Tom (3:33) – Page and Plant demo
10. Guitar Piece (2:05) – complete acoustic guitar duet… could have been another “Bron-Y-Ar”
11. Acoustic Duo (1:27) – Plant hums along to Page’s guitar
12. That’s The Way (rehearsals) (9:07)
– take one – one guitar and Plant… angrier and faster (0:00 – 2:46)
- take two – similar, with more guitar experimentation (2:50 – 4:22)
- take three – guitar intro (4:25 – 4:49)
- take four – guitar from the chorus with Stryder barking! (5:00 – 5:35)
- take five – almost completed song with finished lyrics (5:40 – 9:07)
13. Friends (instrumental #2) (1:22) – with bongos, guitar, and Plant scat-singing
14. Bron-Y-Aur / Guitar Fun (8:28)
– take one – “Bron-Y-Aur” theme with some different directions (0:00 – 2:20)
- take two – fancier instrumental, similar to “Bron-Y-Aur” (2:20 – 3:24)
- take three – very cool, long guitar piece (3:25 – 8:28)
15. Guitar Fun (1:59) – two more takes from previous track

1. Black Dog (6:56) – All four members hard at work on figuring out their parts
2. No Quarter (4:05)- crazy fast early instrumental with Plant scat-singing and some great drums
3. Stairway To Heaven (instrumental takes) (7:01)
- Jones on piano and Page on guitar work the song out together
4. Guitar Riff (1:01) – where’s this from???
5. Stairway To Heaven (vocal take one) (6:08)
6. Stairway To Heaven (vocal take two) (8:17)
7. The Battle of Evermore (5:45)
- Plant is rehearsing and figuring out his vocals over the master recording
8. Guitar Instrumental (The Rain Song) (4:18)
- Parts may have been reused on “Death Wish 2″… at 3:20 sounds like “The Rover”.
9. Ten Years Gone (early demos) (7:05)
– take one – acoustic approximation of “Ten Years Gone” (0:00 – 1:58)
- take two – acoustic take of “Ten Years Gone” (1:58 – 2:27)
- take three – similar to take two (2:27 – 3:02)
- take four – rhythm and lead stuff from “Ten Years Gone” (3:02 – 3:25)
- take five – further perfecting of “Ten Years Gone” leads (3:25 – 4:16)
- take six – a different lead lick (4:16 – 4:42)
- take seven – more lead guitar practice (4:42 – 5:09)
- take eight – more of the same (5:09 – 5:37)
- take nine – slow lead over the “Ten Years Gone” rhythm (5:37 – 6:02)
- take ten – sounds like three guitars (6:02 – 6:36)
- take eleven – closest take to the album version (6:36 – 7:05)

1. Friends (Bombay rehearsals) (31:39)
– conversation and noodling around (0:00 – 4:19)
- take one – slow take with violin, sitar, acoustic guitar, tabla (4:19 – 9:10)
- more discussions and whistling and stuff (9:10 – 16:00)
- take two – another rehearsal take, ends early (19:32 – 20:17)
- more instructions and lots of practising (20:17 – 26:10)
- take three – another take with cool tabla (26:10 – 31:39)
2. Four Sticks (take one) (4:48) – lots of tabla and a little flute, bare instrumental
3. Friends (take five) (4:49) – a complete, mixed take of the Bombay experiments… with Plant
4. Friends (take eleven) (4:38) – another mixed take from Bombay… with Plant
5. Four Sticks (take two) (2:16) -another take with more flute

1. Love Me / Frankfurt Special (5:49) – soundcheck fragments
2. Sugar Baby (5:04)
3. The Wanton Song (rehearsal) (2:37)
4. The Rover (takes 1 & 2) (8:19)
5. Night Flight (rehearsals) (11:01)
6. School Days (3:08)
7. Nadine (1:00)
8. Round and Round (3:23)
9. Move On Down The Line (2:51)
10. Please Don’t Tease (2:41) – Often mislabelled as “Love Me Like A Hurricane”, this is the correct title.
11. Move It / Dynamite (3:01
12. Shakin’ All Over (2:48)
13. Hungry For Love (2:25)
14. I’ll Never Get Over You (2:10)
15. Reelin’ and Rockin’ (1:43)
16. Surrender / Rock and Roll (3:38)

1. The Wanton Song (rehearsals) / Take Me Home (take one) (5:32)
2. Take Me Home (take two) (4:43) – bad-ass rhythm section
3. In The Morning (take one) (6:10)
4. Trampled Under Foot (rehearsals) (18:57)
– take one – too fast, messy version, different lyrics (0:00 – 2:18)
- take two – close to take one, falls apart (2:18 – 2:59)
- discussion and noodling (2:59 – 3:59)
- take three – funkier version with strange guitar licks (3:59 – 6:36)
- take four – bare take led by the guitar, not the clavinet (6:50 – 10:48)
- take five – similar to take four, Plant is distant (10:56 – 13:10)
- more messing around… cool bassline! (13:10 – 15:22)
- take six – closer to the album, not perfect… (15:22 – 18:57)
5. In The Morning (take two) (6:01)
6. Sick Again (rehearsal) (3:47)
7. The Rover (acoustic) (1:18)
8. Wacky Rhythm Jam (3:14)
9. In My Time Of Dying (rehearsals) (12:57)
take one – fast, sloppy, and funky take with little momentum (0:18 – 0:45)
discussion (0:45 – 1:22)
take two – sharper main riff, trouble with the bridge (1:22 – 2:14)
take three – long take close to final version… very cool! (2:29 – 10:33)
more discussion (10:33 – 10:54)
take four – Bonham drums a marching beat (10:54 – 11:15)
more chatter and some bass noodling (11:15 – 12:23)
take five – like take four (12:23 – 12:50)
10. The Wanton Song (Radio) (3:56)

1. Carouselambra (take one) (11:06) – instrumental
2. Wearing and Tearing (outtake) (5:57) – pretty much identical to “CODA” version
3. Fool in the Rain (outtake one) (6:14) – Latin section not yet conceived
4. Hot Dog (outtake) (3:29) – final recording without Page’s guitar solo
5. In The Evening (outtake) (6:36) – similar to the final version, more bass heavy
6. South Bound Saurez (outtake) (4:18) – final recording without Page’s guitar solo
7. Darlene (outtake) (5:18)
- longer jam at the end than on “CODA”, but close to the same length! Where’s the editing?
8. Fool in the Rain (outtake two) (6:19) – much of the same recording as on “In through the out door”
9. Carouselambra (take two) (8:45)
10. All My Love (alternate mix) (7:55) – longer, unedited, alternate mix

1. White Summer (live take one) (2:23)
2. White Summer / Black Mountain Side (live take two) (6:17)
3. Kashmir (live) (8:32)
4. Achilles Last Stand (live) (10:12)
5. Stairway To Heaven (live) (10:09)
6. Fire (Say You Gonna Leave Me) (4:43) – kick ass studio outtake
7. Carouselambra (early rehearsals) (12:34)
– take one – first section, main riff, vocals, different lyrics (0:00 – 2:53)
- discussions (2:53 – 3:24)
- take two – more practice of the song (3:24 – 7:25)
- discussion and some synthesizer noodling (7:25 – 8:34)
- take three – still working on the song (8:34 – 12:14)
8. Lucifer Rising (outtakes) (5:12)
– take one – Page’s erratic violin bow/guitar effect — reused on “Death Wish 2″ (0:00 – 1:00)
- take two – smoother violin bow over spooky rhythm (1:00 – 3:08)
- take three – Indian sounding violin bow fun (3:10 – 5:08)
9. Royal Orleans (instrumental) (0:18)
10. Tea For One (Hootchie Cootchie) (2:44)
11. Don’t Start Me Talkin’ / All My Lovin’ (4:55)

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