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Post links of your work or the work of others who you think do a fine job of covering our favorite band

Led Zepagain Whole Lotta Love Paladino's May 2009

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HzZLh9T57U

Hope Steve and the guy's don't mind me posting this. If so, Pm me

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Soundgarden doing Communication Breakdown, sound quality is average at best but it's still pretty solid cover.

Cornell will sometimes cover Led Zeppelin's Thank You also. It's not that bad.

A band called Ibex also covered the Zeppelin classic back when it was a new song. Lead singer would soon be Freddie Mercury, this was before the name change I believe. Anyway here's that version. It's not as good as the SG version.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WBw8ezvqsQ

But here is a good quality cover of Zeppelin from Queen, sound quality isn't that great. But it's Immigrant Song

Aerosmith did some Zeppelin covers over the years. Here is the best on NYE 1999-2000 in Japan, Little bit of Heartbreaker, of course Steven doesn't know the words but nobody's perfect.

Here's one of my favorite funny versions of a Zepp tune. Foo Fighters doing Stairway.

Warning on the last one it was meant to be funny so don't take it so seriously.

I'm sure I can come up with more later.

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On a side note ! When I started this thread I clearly did a bad job of checking to see if one had already been started. Obviously, there is another so maybe we could have the mods combine the two under the original thread starters banner. :bagoverhead:

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Thanks very much Ally. If I remember correctly the original had a 5-string banjo in it.

Cheers,

Boog

The banjo is a very cool instrument Boog ! Not easy to play. Bella Fleck kinda brought it back into the fold and I'm glad he did

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The banjo is a very cool instrument Boog ! Not easy to play. Bella Fleck kinda brought it back into the fold and I'm glad he did

Absolutely! Bela Fleck is a genius, and a really class guy. I know a fellow who was learning how to play who ran into Bela at a festival, he was relaxing by himself backstage before going on. They started talking and my friend got a 30 minute banjo lesson from the best in the world.

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