Houses of the Holy

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Houses of the Holy
Studio album by Led Zeppelin
Released 28 March 1973
Recorded January–August 1972, Stargroves and Headley Grange with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio, and Island Studios, London, England, United Kingdom.
Mixed at Olympic Studios, London and Electric Lady Studios, New York City, New York, United States
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal, blues-rock
Length 40:58
Label Atlantic
Producer Jimmy Page
Led Zeppelin chronology
Led Zeppelin IV
(1971)
Houses of the Holy
(1973)
Physical Graffiti
(1975)

Houses of the Holy is the fifth album from rock band Led Zeppelin, released on March 28 1973, but recorded in 1972. This album has many different music styles on it, like reggae, funk, acoustic songs and folk-like rock songs. Many fans and critics thought when the album was released, that it was not as good as the album they made two years earlier, Led Zeppelin IV, but today it is seen as one of their best albums. Songs like "The Song Remains the Same", "No Quarter", "Over the Hills and Far Away" and "The Rain Song" were performed for almost all tours after the release of the album. "The Song Remains the Same" is also the title of their 1976 movie, but recorded in 1973 and 1974.

Song listing[change | edit source]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The Song Remains the Same"   Page, Plant 5:32
2. "The Rain Song"   Page, Plant 7:39
3. "Over the Hills and Far Away"   Page, Plant 4:50
4. "The Crunge"   Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant 3:17
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Dancing Days"   Page, Plant 3:43
2. "D'yer Mak'er"   Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant 4:23
3. "No Quarter"   Jones, Page, Plant 7:00
4. "The Ocean"   Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant 4:31

Other websites[change | edit source]

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