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  Amazon.com: Coda: Led Zeppelin: Music
Songs from this album are available to purchase as MP3s.
Coda, released in 1982 after the breakup of the band, was the result of a trawl through the studio archives in search of leftover material.
In fact, they had already used up almost all of the good stuff; this was Led Zeppelin's only disappointing album.
www.amazon.com /Coda-Led-Zeppelin/dp/B000002JSR   (189 words)

  Coda Agency - Zucchero   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The album concept lies in Zucchero's desire to dive into the musical scene of New Orleans - where the album was recorded, to capture the sound and the atmosphere of the Mississippi delta.
The album in characterized by a sound that is dense and not thin, sometimes surprisingly raw compared to the past, certainly powerful, in which Zucchero leaves his usual role of lead vocalist very often to reappear as an integral part of his own band.
This album is a lot more rock sounding than the previous ones, with sounds that I love to define as "international": there is a great research of sounds, especially for the guitars; probably it is the album for which I have done the most extensive musical research.
www.codaagency.com /zucchero.html   (4781 words)

 The Daily Vault Album Reviews : Coda
His magic is felt throughout the album, though nowhere near as powerful as the soundcheck version of "I Can't Quit You Baby," a track that showed (in pre- BBC Sessions days) that Led Zeppelin had a better live presence than The Song Remains The Same captured.
The star of the album, though, is Bonham - and his presence on the scene is showcased in his drum orchestra number, "Bonzo's Montreux".
Maybe consider this the album that highlights tracks that were ahead of their time during certain phases of the band's career...
www.dailyvault.com /2000_01_30-ct.html   (753 words)

 Coda (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coda is an album by English rock band Led Zeppelin, released in 1982 (see 1982 in music).
This album of out-takes from various sessions during Led Zeppelin's twelve-year career was released two years after the group had officially disbanded, following the death of drummer John Bonham.
The word Coda, meaning the final passage of a musical structure, was therefore chosen as a suitable title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coda_(album)   (655 words)

 CD Baby: CODA: Empires Fall - from evor
"Coda" is defined as a concluding musical passage that stands alone from the rest of the piece.
Coda's first live performances came during May of 2002 in support of their initial studio recording, From the Beginning, and released on their own independent label, Gize Records.
Coda enjoys a great deal of success today, yet the formation of Coda's talent was a long time in the making.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/codarock/from/evor   (724 words)

 Amazon.ca: Coda: Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I bought "Coda" when I was craving more piano music from Ryuichi Sakamoto and was already familiar with his brilliant electronic score for the film "Merry Christmas, Mr.
Although "Coda" is certainly no "Back to the Basics." Most of the piano arrangements (due to the physical restricitions of the instrument, of course) I find a little over-simplified, and do sound like music arranged for the piano rather than written for it.
But keep in mind this album was originally released with a sheet music booklet, obviously recorded for and meant to be enjoyed by pianists.
www.amazon.ca /Coda-Ryuichi-Sakamoto/dp/B0000073JA   (281 words)

 Artículos y Entrevistas   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CODA is a Mexican A.O.R./melodic Rock band that has released 3 CD’s and I think they’re pretty popular in Mexico, because all the CD’s were released on the major record-label Epic Records.
The line-up of CODA is David Melchor on keyboards, Alan P. Meneses on bass, Chucho Esquivel on drums, Tono Ruiz on guitars and Chava A.H. on lead vocals and guitars.
In 1995 CODA released this 2nd album in the same line-up as their debut and also the music is still the same.
www.tsi.com.mx /coda/articulos/a004.htm   (519 words)

 CODA discography, MP3 and reviews
CODA is a Dutch concept band created and headed by multi-instrumentalist Erik DeVroomen.
With a strong emphasis on melody, their material is lushly symphonic and focuses on swirling keyboards (grand piano, novatron, clavinet and various synths played by DeVroomen), climactic moments and a few but heavily conceptual lyrics — imagine VANGELIS with some killer guitar and super-spacey segments.
Their first full-length album, "Sounds of Passion" (1986), features a 29-minute suite with lots of organ, horns and strings that give it a highly 'symphonic orchestra' feel.
www.progarchives.com /Progressive_rock_discography_BAND.asp?band_id=946   (305 words)

Coda, released in 1982 after the breakup of the band, was the result of a trawl through the studio archives in search of leftover material.
Coda, when released, quickly stormed to #4 on the Billboard album chart and went Platinum quick but by then Men at Work, Michael Jackson, A Flock of Seagulls and later Duran Duran were all dominating the US music scene.
i bought all the other led zeppelin albums before this one, i read all the horrible reviews, thinking i'd be dissapointed, but i wore the hell out of this one, as with the other 15 zeppelin albums i have,.
www.amarillometro.com /shopping/coda_B000002JSR.html   (1299 words)

 Progressive Ears Album Reviews
TCOL is a strange album, because usually KC are such a forward-thinking band, yet there are numerous references to their past, such as "FraKctured", "Larks Tounges in Aspic", and references to other KC songs like "Elephant Talk" (in ProzaKc Blues) and "Frame by Frame" (in "The Worlds My"...etc).
The album then rolls into "The ConstruKction of Light" that seems to hearken back to the interlocking guitar days of the 1980s; infact this song for me at least has a very 80s Crimson feel to it for me, which is definitely not a bad thing.
The album closes out with a bouns track "Heaven and Earth" from the more improvisational side of KC called ProjeKct X. TCOL is a great album in my opinion, but it does take a lot of warming up to.
www.progressiveears.com /ASP/reviews.asp?albumID=1146   (851 words)

 Undercover Music   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CODA’s performances are always uplifting cinematic musical experiences, often enhanced with theatrics, dance and costumes, making them one of the most innovative and visually spectacular music acts nationally and abroad.
CODA have made a name for themselves as one of the most intriguing and creative outfits around.
CODA has never been afraid of pushing themselves to dizzy heights and the new album sees these talented musicians take their rich mix of sounds to a different place.
www.undercovermusic.com.au /coda.htm   (2148 words)

 I Can't Quit You Baby by Led Zeppelin Songfacts
The version on Coda is a soundcheck for a show at Royal Albert Hall on January 9, 1970.
Coda is a collection of outtakes released after John Bonham died.
Given the disappointment of Song Remains the Same, the Coda version of "I Can't Quit You Baby" was the first recorded (and released) evidence that Zeppelin could indeed kick ass live.
www.songfacts.com /detail.php?id=306   (711 words)

CODA is probably the best AOR band ever to come out of Mexico.
Hello, I'm Tono Ruiz, guitarist, Shure, CODA begun on April 89, some of the bands that we were in those days were: Makina, Megaton, Ramses and Oceano.
I don't know what AOR means, but anyway, "Enciendelo" was made on 93 produced by Brazilian Carlos Maluli, and it surprised everybody at Sony Music because it worked just fine on sales, then we went to the UK to record the second one with british producer Robin Black and that one made it big.
www.geocities.com /strutterzine/CODAINTERVIEW.htm   (548 words)

 MIT - Coda, Album Review
‘Coda’ begins with a low-down glitchy pulse and an arpeggiated synth that acquires a succubus with evil intentions.
To go back to the suggestion that if MIT were British they'd have bought Telecasters, I hear very little in British ‘indie’ guitar music that doesn't come from the very recent past: MIT have, on this evidence, brought together a lot of electronic music from a lot of different places.
They've done their homework and produced an album that nods at various things but isn't quite like anything I've heard.
www.contactmusic.com /new/home.nsf/albumreview/mitcodax06x05x08   (814 words)

 Coda - Led Zeppelin - Music Records Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
Comprised of one live song and other songs left off their various albums over the years, this album was really not a swansong as such but more of an after thought, still worthy nonetheless of a place in any fans record collection.
A dictionary definition of the word coda states; "The final, sometimes inessential part of a musical structure." This seems very relevant to this album in the context of Led Zeppelin's whole musical output.
Coda is a rather odd mixture, and anyone expecting to hear a true classic on this album is in for a dissapointment.
www.dooyoo.co.uk /music-records/coda-led-zeppelin   (283 words)

“coda” (as defined by Webster’s) is, “in music, a final passage, which brings a composition to a definite, formal close.” In other words, le mot juste, since Coda is the last word on Led Zeppelin.
Although nothing on Coda is as good as a “Houses of the Holy” or “The Rover,” there’s pleasure to be had in hearing “Wearing And Tearing,” “Darlene” and “Ozone Baby.” The ideas are as good as “In The Evening” or “Carouselambra,” just not as polished.
Coda doesn’t compromise the band’s legacy of greatness when you consider that this is technically their second album of outtakes.
www.connollyco.com /discography/led_zeppelin/coda.html   (351 words)

 CODA (RI) - Band page with free MP3 music downloads on SoundClick
C.O.D.A. or Cult of Dismembered Angels, is from North Kingstown Rhode Island.
The two were discussing perhaps starting a Death Metal band because of their interest in the music (thanks to soundclick), listening to bands like 'Coathanger Abortion' and 'Primate (extreme death metal)'.
The band has yet to fully meet together but they do intent to begin playing out once the album is underway.
www.soundclick.com /codari   (318 words)

 Ground and Sky review - National Health - D.S. al Coda
As a tribute to him, National Health regrouped to produce an album of Gowen's material, and thus D.S. al Coda was born.
D.S. al Coda is a fitting title, referring to "Dal Segno al Coda," a musical notation instructing the player that when they get to a certain bar marked with a certain sign (segno), then they should skip over bars and jump to the final bars making up the end of the piece (the coda).
Al[an Gowen] Coda." This album is comprised entirely of songs that Gowen had composed and notated in the last years of his life.
www.progreviews.com /reviews/display.php?rev=nh-dsac   (735 words)

 Coda Magazine Interview
From one band, from one album, from one note to the next, you're never sure where he will be heading, except for the fact that he'll surprise you (and probably himself) with every move...
A tribute album to the music of Gene Ammons with a tenor-guitar-drums ensemble brought him relatively wide recognition in 1996 (The Sun Died, Soul Note).
Early on, he stuck with bass (Drew Gress) and drums (Phil Haynes) for an album covering standards (Setting the Standard, Cadence Records, 1988), and for the splendid Forms (Open Mind, 1990), where every track is a radically original deconstruction/re-invention of a classic musical form (blues, waltz, ballad, latin jazz, be-bop).
home.earthlink.net /~eskelin/coda.html   (2326 words)

 bio and facts
It was very well received by the UK "Dance" press and it offered him the chance to work with Paul Oakenfold in London.
In 1993 he released the ethnic album Prophet One - "One" which was also very well received by the Greek musical press.
Nikko is one of the best known Greek DJ's, since he has played in London at the famous Megatripolis at Heaven, all the great clubs in Athens (+Soda, X, Factory, Cavo Paradiso, Mad-Ìykonos, Guru..) and the rest of Greece.
www.patrelakis.com /biography.htm   (578 words)

 Coda by Ryoji Ikeda: Song Music Downloads
Sorry, at this time no downloads have been found for "Coda" on album O°C.
Check the albums tab for other downloads from Ryoji Ikeda.
Sorry, at this time no streams have been found for "Coda" on album O°C.
www.mp3.com /tracks/2785760/dl_streams.html   (81 words)

We have released 2 EPs and 1 album and we have just finished our fourth release, a new album which is coming in stores September 18 which is called "Calling Mission Mu".
(CODA are very excitied about this!!!) The songs on this site are some of our new tunes that will be on the record.
This profile was edited with Thomas' myspace editor™ V2.5 This is a beautiful video CODA's friends bunny and Gordon made.
www.myspace.com /codaplanet   (1399 words)

 Coda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coda (Wiltshire band), a rock band from Wiltshire in England
Coda (Surrey band), a rock band from Surrey, also in England
Coda is sometimes used to denote any concluding event, remark, summation or section
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coda   (207 words)

 NATIONAL HEALTH D.S. al Coda review by braindamage
Work of NATIONAL HEALTH released in 1982 "DS al Coda".
Album that forms group again for mourning for Alan Gowen and is released.
The work of GILGAMESH and the tune that includes many things to the work not announced is officially collected.I think this is Good, but non-essential album.
www.progarchives.com /Review.asp?id=54467   (57 words)

 Coda by Led Zeppelin CD
John Bonham's death in 1980 made the previous year's IN THROUGH THE OUT DOOR the last album Led Zeppelin would record together, but two years after his passing, the faithful were still hungry for more.
Kicking off with an equal mix of swing and crunch on Ben E. King's "We're Gonna Groove," CODA showcases the less grandiose side of Zeppelin, also casting a backward glance toward the band's roots with a reverential treatment of Willie Dixon's "I Can't Quit You Baby" from a 1970 rehearsal.
Much of CODA is comprised of outtakes from the IN THROUGH THE OUT DOOR sessions.
www.cduniverse.com /search/xx/music/pid/6859813/a/Coda.htm   (406 words)

 Psychedelic Music : MP3 and CDs from bands / artists of psychedelic indie shoegaze
For Our Animal Friends is the long-awaited follow up to CODA's 2002 ARIA Award nominated album There...
Debut album from cosmic country psych masters Dabenport.
The legendary psychedelic compilation album brought to you by Northern Star.
www.northernstarrecords.co.uk   (255 words)

 CD Baby: CODA: Medicine of love - from evor
A powerful sounding theme album recorded in Florence and finished in Florida with loads of solid classic rock compositions.
The second album "Medicine of Love" was also recorded in Italy and finished in Florida
U.S.A. A third album has recently been completed called 'Remember Me' from which two songs were
www.cdbaby.com /cd/coda3/from/evor   (338 words)

 Coda - Musical Instruments - MusicalSpot.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The recordings were from between 1970 and 1978 with some fresh overdubs by Plant and Page where required as followed.
Next is Bonzo's Montreux which is a John Bonham drum workout that was recorded in Montreux in 1976.
Even though it is a rarity album it smokes "In Through the Outdoor", in my opinion if they put "Wearing and Tearing", "Ozone Baby", and "Darlene" on "In Through the Outdoor" in place of "Carouselramba", the album would have been a major success.
www.musicalspot.com /product/B000002JSR-Coda.html   (1286 words)

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