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When the player accesses the Hall of Origin by blowing into the Azure Flute, they are actually teleported from Spear Pillar to the Hall of Origin; the camera angle changes completely, as does the name of the location (evidenced on the captured Arceus's status screen). Despite this, it is inaccessible by the Surf glitch and tweaking, partly because of the inability to go underground here.
You have selected Microsoft Sam as the computer's default voice.
[[SRD:Spell Knowledge|Spell Knowledge]], [[SRD:Spell Mastery|Spell Mastery]],
1970, March 7 - Saturday
Location: Montreaux, Switzerland
Venue: Montreaux Jazz Festival
Recordings: 1 audience (94 minutes) & soundboard (60 minutes)
Setlist: We?re Gonna Groove, I Can?t Quit You, Dazed and Confused, Heartbreaker, White Summer / Black Mountain Side, Since I?ve Been Loving You, organ solo, Thank You, What Is and What Should Never Be, Moby Dick, How Many More Times, and Whole Lotta Love.
(why did I just copy and paste a Led Zeppelin concert?)
London Festival Orchestra ? Balet "Dziadek do Orzechow" - "Taniec kwiatow"
KID: You know that list of chores you gave me?
KID: I really want to do those chores. [PAUSE] But I can?t.
DAD: [SIGH] Why not?
KID: First of all, regarding the lawn? lawn mowers are actually big polluters.
DAD: Is that a fact?
KID: [OOZING WITH SINCERITY. AS HE SPEAKS, PATRIOTIC MUSIC BUILDS UNDER] I cannot in good conscience mow the lawn, knowing that I may be contributing to ground level ozone, particle pollution and climate change.
DAD: Uh huh.
KID: And as far as painting the garage?
KID: Oil-based paints also degrade the air, father.
DAD: No kidding.
KID: How can you expect me to undertake chores that degrade the very health of our planet?
DAD: [PATRIOTIC MUSIC STOPS ABRUPTLY] I can?t. Which is why I got you an electric mower?
KID: [ALMOST SPEECHLESS] An electric mower?
DAD: And water-based paint for the garage.
KID: Water-based paint?
DAD: Here?s the brush.
I did not make this.
Burn Like a Candle is a bootleg recording of the English rock group Led Zeppelin's performance at the Los Angeles Forum on June 25, 1972. It was originally released on CD format in the 1990s by the Smoking Pig label.
The audience recording includes the entire show, (with the exception of the final encore, "Weekend") and is well known for its many rare encores, including "Louie Louie". It is also noted for its original cover artwork by William Stout, who drew many of the covers for some of the original vinyl Led Zeppelin bootlegs in the 1970s.
The album title is derived from a comment Led Zeppelin singer, Robert Plant, delivered from the stage during this concert, in which he mentioned that their fifth album did not yet have a title: "It's not gonna be called Led Zeppelin Five, it's got every possibility of being called Burn That Candle" (The album, released the following year, would ultimately be entitled Houses of the Holy).
For many years this audience recording was all that existed from this show. In 2003, an edit of professionally-recorded soundboard tapes from this show and the subsequent Long Beach show was officially released on the album How the West Was Won. However, this bootleg, as an internet download, contains the entire, unedited version of the show. There are versions of songs not included on How the West Was Won, such as "Thank You", "Communication Breakdown", and the entire acoustic set. The "Whole Lotta Love" medley includes a performance of "Slow Down" which is not included on the official release.
 Set list
"Over the Hills and Far Away"
"Since I've Been Loving You"
"Stairway to Heaven"
"Going to California"
"That's the Way"
"Dazed and Confused/Walter's Walk/The Crunge"
"What Is and What Should Never Be"
"Whole Lotta Love Medley: Boogie Chillen'/Let's Have a Party/Hello Mary Lou/Slow Down/Heartbreak Hotel/Goin' Down Slow/The Shape I'm In"
"Rock and Roll"
"Bring It On Home"
"Weekend". (some bootlegs include a recording of this song from June 14, 1972, at the Nassau Coliseum)
i put this song in my mp3, and always i listen! =3