Various Artists- KASHMIR: Symphonic Led Zeppelin- CD- 1997-
- Point Music/Philips Classics/"Юкрейніен Рекордс"- 028945414591- 150 grn
Strangely enough, it works! These symphonic arrangements bring out textures and subtlety in their songs in a way never before heard! The nine tracks.
KASHMIR: Symphonic Led Zeppelin is an instrumental album inspired by Led Zeppelin songs. The music was arranged by Jaz Coleman, and performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Peter Scholes.
After sellout Symphonic Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin concerts in Europe and Asia, Michael Woods returns with Melbourne Ballet Orchestra to perform ‘Jaz’ Coleman’s Kashmir: Symphonic Led Zeppelin, one of the greatest works for large orchestra in the symphonic rock cross-over repertoire. The English rock artist, Jeremy ‘Jaz’ Coleman, has composed, arranged, produced and recorded many large orchestral works – based on the music of the Rolling Stones, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Nirvana, to name a few. His work has been widely acclaimed and his London Philharmonic recordings of both Symphonic Pink Floyd and Symphonic Led Zeppelin, each remained at No.1 on the US Billboard charts for more than a year. Conductor, Michael Woods works and performs with ‘Jaz’ Coleman’s actual London recording scores.
Issued In A Standard Jewel Case With Clear Tray Includes Foldout Inlay.
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