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Ooh My Head - Various - Led Astray - The Folk & Blues Roots Of Page And Plant (CD)

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Label: Connoisseur Collection - VSOP CD 282 • Format: CD • Genre: Blues •


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  3. Dounris says:
    Led Zeppelin's version is not that reminiscent of Bredon's original though, the Zeppelin version borrows from Joan Baez's cover of the song. When Jimmy and Robert got together at Jimmy's Pangbourn home in to evaluate each other, Page told Plant he had an arrangement of this song in mind which had a lot of "light and shade".
  4. Dousho says:
    Various Artists • Led Astray: The Folk & Blues Roots of Page & Plant. A collection that does more than simply provide some tunes by artists who inspired the blues of Led Zeppelin — it documents how each original was used in Zeppelin’s music, whether the band credited it or not.
  5. Arashilkree says:
    May 09,  · Led Zeppelin, despite Robert Plant’s early Tolkien obsessions, did grow in brisk, dramatic leaps like The Beatles post-Rubber Soul. Nevertheless, the ascension of “Stairway To Heaven” is, come to think of it, not unlike the ’70s: you had to be there to appreciate it but you can’t really explain why it’s so great.
  6. Tom says:
    Find Led Zeppelin discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Album Rock Arena Rock Blues-Rock British Blues British Metal Hard Rock Regional Blues Heavy Metal. Jimmy Page John Bonham John Paul Jones Robert Plant. Submit Corrections. Related Blog Posts. They Scored: When Pop and Rock Artists Lost (Or Won) It At the Movies.
  7. Tonos says:
    The Early Blues Roots of Led Zeppelin. Blues! Blues! Blues! From the Fields Into the Town - 18 Big Tracks The Folk & Blues Roots of Page & Plant. Bob Dylan Radio Radio: Theme Time Radio Hour Volume 1. Highway Blues Music & Velvet Vol. VII. You Go to My Head. Nothing but the Blues. The Rough Guide to Jazz and Blues Legends: Robert.
  8. Voodoojind says:
    Plant would then add lyrics before Page and Bonham developed their parts. [ ] [ ] Early lyrics drew on the band's blues and folk roots, often mixing lyrical fragments from different songs. [ ] Many of the band's songs dealt with themes of romance, unrequited love and sexual conquest, which were common in rock, pop and blues music.
  9. Brak says:
    Aptly subtitled 'The Folk & Blues Roots Of Page & Plant', this 16 track collection contain a cover version of the bandmates Led Zeppelin classic 'Babe I'm Gonna Leave You' by Joan Baez, plus the .

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