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  1. henrybonzo

    Named By The Sun

    Hey Friends....got myself a new group, check them out if you will! https://www.facebook.com/namedbythesun/
  2. I was amazed at this "scholarly" article, which to me seems like a long paranoid rant about how Plant based his vocal style and his manner of dress on Janis Joplin: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/enhanced/doi/10.1111/jpms.12081/ What I take away from it is that Plant admired Janis and may have developed his hippie stage presence based on her personal style, but the fact is both of them based aspects of their vocal styles on the blues and Plant's voice is so different from Janis' that I find them hard to compare to each other. Plant's voice is often ethereal, and I find Janis Joplin's voice to be grating. imo this type of writing is what gives feminism a bad name these days. I also don't find the article to be actually scholarly as it uses circumstantial evidence to try to show Plant somehow ripped off Joplin when we all know you can't copyright singing styles. What I believe the article does illustrate is the complete lack of imagination of rock journalists of the 70s in that the best way they could describe Plant was comparing him to Janis. That's not relevant to what Plant did nor to the history of Led Zeppelin. I found the article to be reminiscent of paranoid conspiracy theory writing. The sad state of academia today!
  3. does anyone have any info on the sessions for Led Zeppelin III that yielded "hats off to roy harper" "key to the highway/trouble in mind (rough mix)" & "feels so bad/fixin to die"? are there any more recordings from this session? it sounds like they were all done in the same session given the tremolo effect on robert's voice and jimmy's old-school bluesy acoustic guitar. i'm curious to see what other tracks may have been laid down in this style, or when/where these were done. anybody got anything?
  4. Hey there! I know Zeppelin rewrote the blues for a new generation and turned out solid platinum music. I am getting into the old blues on which there music sprouted from, J. L. Hooker, Muddy Waters, Memphis Minnie, Robert Johnson, Bukka White , Howling Wolf, Lead Belly, etc, etc. I have also ordered the "The Roots Of Led Zeppelin" series with this song/artist list: Disc: 1 1. Blind Willie Johnson Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed 2. Blind Willie Johnson Nobody's Fault But Mine 3. Memphis Jug Band Stealin' Stealin' 4. Memphis Minnie When The Levee Breaks 5. Robert Wilkins That's No Way To Get Along 6. John Estes The Girl I Love 7. Big Bill Broonzy I Can't Be Satisfied 8. Sleepy John Estes Drop Down Mama 9. Oscar Woods Lone Wolf Blues 10. Robert Johnson Travelin' Riverside Blues 11. Sonny Boy Williamson Got The Bottle Up And Gone 12. Bukka White Shake `Em On Down 13. Sonny Boy Williamson Sugar Mama Blues 14. Robert Johnson Sweet Home Chicago 15. Sonny Boy Williamson Good Morning School Girl 16. Big Bill Broonzy Trucking Little Woman 17. Blind Boy Fuller I Want Some Of Your Pie 18. Bukka White Fixin' To Die 19. Leadbelly The Gallows Song 20. St. Louis Jimmy Goin' Down Slow Disc: 2 1. Joe Liggins Honeydripper 2. Arthur Crudup That's Alright Mama 3. Roy Brown Rockin' At Midnight 4. Sister Rosetta Tharpe Down By The Riverside 5. John Lee Hooker Boogie Chillen 6. Hank Snow I'm Movin' On 7. Muddy Water Rollin' And Tumblin' 8. BB King Three O' Clock Blues 9. Muddy Waters Long Distance Call 10. John Lee Hooker I'm In The Mood 11. Howlin' Wolf How Many More Years 12. Muddy Waters Honey Bee 13. Elmore James Dust My Broom 14. Ray Charles I Got A Woman 15. Howlin' Wolf No Place To Go 16. Lonnie Donegan Rock Island Line 17. Elvis Presley Baby Let's Play House 18. Bo Diddley I'm A Man 19. Elvis Presley Baby I Don't Care 20. Gene Vincent Be Bop A Lula Disc: 3 1. Fats Domino Blueberry Hill 2. Little Richard The Girl Can't Help It 3. Eddie Cochran Twenty Flight Rock 4. Otis Rush I Can't Quit You Baby 5. Elvis Presley Lawdy Miss Clawdy 6. Dale Hawkins Susie Q 7. Johnny Burnette Train Kept A Rollin' 8. Little Richard Long Tall Sally 9. Chuck Berry Roll Over Beethoven 10. Howlin' Wolf Smokestack Lightnin' 11. Chas McDevitt Cotton Song 12. Little Richard Keep -A - Knockin' 13. Jerry Lee Lewis Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On 14. The Diamonds The Stroll 15. The Monotones The Book Of Love 16. Jimmy Rodgers Kisses Sweeter Than Wine 17. Buddy Holly Rave On 18. Chuck Berry Johnny B Goode 19. The Platters Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 20. Eddie Cochran C'mon Everybody I am looking for rock groups that are also doing the blues with a rock mix. I have also found that much of ZZ Top's albums were also awesome blues riffs. Can you guys give me other great modern blues / rock mix groups that do it as good, or as close to Zeppelin/ZZ Top good as you can get? Thanks guys!
  5. BillboardClassic

    Stellar Sons & Daughters

    If Your a Zeppelin fan and love bands that are simular. I would recommend this band too everyone. Amazing sound and band from LA. Website Facebook YouTube SoundCloud
  6. As David Grohl stated Led Zeppelin “helped establish hard-rock, folk-rock, blues-rock, heavy metal, and possibly even helped influence psychedelic and punk-rock”. Of course there are other genres that Led Zeppelin has influenced, some of which would be nonexistant without Zeppelin. But what are some genres that Zeppelin hasn't really influenced?
  7. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwkU4vUihJI
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