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As we go "sliding" through

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I may be starting some arguments here, but I'm trying to narrow down which Zeppelin tunes (studio or stage versions) feature at least one track of slide guitar. So far I've come up with:

You Shook Me

Whole Lotta Love (the backwards echoed line behind the chorus in the album cut)

What Is and What Should...

Celebration Day

Hats Off to (Roy) Harper

Traveling Riverside Blues

Stairway to Heaven (the repeated fills near the end of the studio version solo)

When the Levee Breaks

Dancing Days

In My Time Of Dying

Any more? Any fewer?

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I may be starting some arguments here, but I'm trying to narrow down which Zeppelin tunes (studio or stage versions) feature at least one track of slide guitar. So far I've come up with:

You Shook Me

Whole Lotta Love (the backwards echoed line behind the chorus in the album cut)

What Is and What Should...

Celebration Day

Hats Off to (Roy) Harper

Traveling Riverside Blues

Stairway to Heaven (the repeated fills near the end of the studio version solo)

When the Levee Breaks

Dancing Days

In My Time Of Dying

Any more? Any fewer?

Isn't there a slide in Sick Again?

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I may be starting some arguments here, but I'm trying to narrow down which Zeppelin tunes (studio or stage versions) feature at least one track of slide guitar. So far I've come up with:

You Shook Me

Whole Lotta Love (the backwards echoed line behind the chorus in the album cut)

What Is and What Should...

Celebration Day

Hats Off to (Roy) Harper

Traveling Riverside Blues

Stairway to Heaven (the repeated fills near the end of the studio version solo)

When the Levee Breaks

Dancing Days

In My Time Of Dying

Any more? Any fewer?

celebration day? other than that good job

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I went through every song, and found more to add to the slide list:

Your Time is Gonna Come

Tangerine

That's The Way

Bron-Y-Aur Stomp

The Rain Song

Trampled Underfoot

Sick Again

We're Gonna Groove

That's all I could come up with!

-Jason B)

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"Babe, I'm Gonna' Leave You" 2:09-2:22

Page is using a slide and a lot of echo to make that sound. He's just sliding up the neck with open strings, not playing any notes.

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Tangerine solo sounds like it could be and obviously the steel bits during the chorus.

I don't hear any slide in Ten Years Gone.

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Page did use the slide on "Tangerine", he used it live as well (see Earls Court for an example).

THere is some slide in Ten Years Gone, at the 6:00 minute mark, it's the higher pitched guitar in the background.

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As in using a slide i'm assuming.

There is a guitar using slide in Sick Again.

There is Slide in Rain Song? There is a slide part in the verses, but it's just a minor cord sliding down.

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THere is some slide in Ten Years Gone, at the 6:00 minute mark, it's the higher pitched guitar in the background.

I always thought that playing the 17th fret b and e strings, and bending and releasing the b string.

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