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  1. Yozshum Reply
    Album · · 23 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
  2. Arale Reply
    The credits for the album Coda note that the song was recorded at Morgan Studios, London, on 25 June However, this was later changed to the Royal Albert Hall on 9 January , with several edits and the guitar parts overdubbed. The original concert performance, including the original guitar part appears on the Led Zeppelin DVD.
  3. Goltik Reply
    About “We’re Gonna Groove” (Unreviewed) The opening track for Coda, this track is a cover of Ben E. King’s song Groovin' and was the opening number for the UK and European tours.
  4. Yozshushicage Reply
    While “We’re Gonna Groove” was playing, I realized I had heard the exact same performance somewhere before. That’s right, it’s the same performance as on the Led Zeppelin DVD, with multiple guitar overdubs and a slightly shortened guitar solo. As this wasn’t one of the singles, I would not find my answer here, though it did.
  5. Molrajas Reply
    Coda é uma coletânea musical da banda de rock britânica, Led Zeppelin. [1] Lançado em 19 de novembro de , contém canções gravadas em concertos entre e
  6. Kazisho Reply
    Coda was a retrospective compilation of rarities released two years after Led Zeppelin's split in after drummer John Bonham's death. The best version of it is the latest one, which features several more bonus tracks than the original album did. TRACK LISTING 1. We're Gonna Groove (from /live in January with guitar overdubs) /5().
  7. Kiganris Reply
    I agree, Led Zeppelin made it a point to release full complete albums without leaking singles to the radio stations. Shoot, IV didnt even have the bands name anywhere on the cd or album cover. Led Zeppelin chose to stand behind their music, .
  8. Vojind Reply
    Comments: Thomas from Roswell, Nm Best track from Coda.; David from Los Angeles, Ca This song is sick on the Led Zeppelin DVD, the solo is ridiculously fast; Peter Griffin from Quahog, Ri This isn't the only outtake from Led Zeppelin II. There was another song they were recording for the album called "Sugar Mama" that has never been released.