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    Stairways to Heaven (1995)Format: FLAC (tracks + .cue)
    Quality: lossless
    Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit
    Source: CD
    Artist: Various
    Title: Stairways to Heaven
    Label, Catalog: Atlantic, 82643-2
    Genre: Rock, Jazz, Reggae, Pop, Classical, Folk, Electronic
    Release Date: 1995
    Scans: not included
    Size .zip: ~ 250 mb

    01. Stairway to Heaven (Kate Ceberano and the Ministry of Fun) [04:19]
    02. Stairway to Heaven (John Paul Young) [03:12]
    03. Stairway to Heaven (Pardon Me Boys) [03:21]
    04. Stairway to Heaven (Rolf Harris) [03:42]
    05. Stairway to Heaven (The Australian Doors Show) [04:04]
    06. Stairway to Heaven (Sandra Hahn and Michael Turkic) [04:21]
    07. Stairway to Heaven (Robyne Dunn) [03:33]
    08. Stairway to Heaven (Neil (Elvis) Pepper) [02:01]
    09. Stairway to Heaven (The Rock Lobsters) [01:57]
    10. Stairway to Heaven (The Beatnix) [02:45]
    11. Stairway to Heaven (Vegimite Reggae) [04:10]
    12. Stairway to Heaven (Leonard Teale) [02:42]

    Album Notes:
    STAIRWAYS TO HEAVEN features 12 Australian acts performing their versions of "Stairway To Heaven."
    Includes liner notes by Andrew Denton. Stairways to Heaven is one of the wackiest albums ever released.
    Every song on here is "Stairway to Heaven," but all performed in very different styles. To even get a grasp on the range of styles here is almost mind-boggling.
    For instance, Rolf Harris, best known for his novelty Australian hit "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport," essentially re-does that song with the lyrics for "Stairway to Heaven" as the basis.
    John Paul Young puts in a straightforward rock rendition. Other versions include a B-52's cover band, an Elvis impersonator, a Doors tribute band, and two Beatles groups (one early period, one late) all doing the cut in the styles of those groups. There is even a crooner-style rendition (watch out, Pat Boone, you've got competition) and a classically tinged operatic. The liner notes on this one, with their fabricated tale of the making of the album, are even hilarious. The end result is that this is probably close to the most fun you can have listening to an album. ~ Gary Hill

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