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Are there 2 or 3 songs that best exemplify and showcase the greatness of John Bonham?

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Live:

Moby Dick RAH 

Dazed and Confused TSRTS

Album:

Out on the Tiles 

How Many More Times 

Rock N' Roll

 

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I always thought Misty Mountain Hop stood out.

 

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On 6/24/2017 at 0:46 AM, TheMadIrishman said:

Live:

Moby Dick RAH 

Dazed and Confused TSRTS

Album:

Out on the Tiles 

How Many More Times 

Rock N' Roll

 

I definitely agree that a live version of Dazed should be on there, but I would definitely go with one from Europe '73, probably March 21 in Hamburg as someone already suggested.  TSRTS has a great version of Dazed, but Bonham does much crazier stuff earlier in the year in Europe.

"Over The Hills And Far Away" and "The Song Remains The Same" from 3/3/75 Ft. Worth would also be great choices.

And "No Quarter" from 6/21/77 L.A.

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On 6/17/2017 at 3:22 AM, Strider said:

A Zeppelin fan should know the correct name of the songs at least. It's "Kashmir". A place. Not a fabric.

Uh...pretty sure the song's about a fabric.

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Wanna whole lotta wool.

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Almost every drum track he played would qualify for one thing or another. The 5 1/2 songs John Bonham played on the 4th album are all unique and incredible. I'll add 3 others. 

Sick Again - 

For Your Life - 

The Wanton Song -

 

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