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On 11/1/2019 at 7:58 PM, z1inspector said:

I'm with your brother! Speaking of Shake my tree if I recall correctly Robert Plant sang the Coverdale /Page "Shake my tree" during the Plant /Page shows at least once! ( yes plant sang coverdale's lyrics?) 

oh yes.. i even have a favorite noise section.. san jose 95, fm similcast. Shake my tree and Saccharine both have killer riffs.. i think its the offbeat hi hat in Saccharine that seals the deal.

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31 minutes ago, LurksReturnington said:

oh yes.. i even have a favorite noise section.. san jose 95, fm similcast. Shake my tree and Saccharine both have killer riffs.. i think its the offbeat hi hat in Saccharine that seals the deal.

ima go listen to saccharin, haven't heard in a long time, and check out the hi hat!

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Hopefully those masters were not lost in the UMG fire and JP or Coverdale have another master in their personal vaults. Maybe “Fire” will show up as a future RSD 45 w/ “swan song” or something.

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On 5/3/2019 at 1:24 AM, AntLantic Records said:

Until '95.  Steve, any info on why they revisited this, did Plant even remember the song?  If not how ironic.  Has a more Wanton feel with that choppy 95 rhythm.

You may recall Shake My Tree was released on the Coverdale/Page album (1993). It was used by Page/Plant on the first leg of their North American tour to showcase Jimmy's use of the Theremin.  

Here's Jimmy rehearsing Shake My Tree for the Coverdale/Page Tour of Japan. 😎

 

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20 hours ago, SteveAJones said:

You may recall Shake My Tree was released on the Coverdale/Page album (1993). It was used by Page/Plant on the first leg of their North American tour to showcase Jimmy's use of the Theremin.  

Here's Jimmy rehearsing Shake My Tree for the Coverdale/Page Tour of Japan. 😎

Of course, of course.  Maybe more specifically:  have they ever stated how they approached the song (as a Page solo track like Plant's Calling to You/or as a lost Zeppelin rarity, like Midnight Moonlight or Closer)?

Thanks for the link, I hadn't heard that rehearsal.  Sounds pretty tuff.

20 hours ago, SteveAJones said:

 

 

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