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Tomasni
(Stockholm, Sweden)
Posted: May 20, 2018 3:50
 

Considering 9..  not yet
Tomasni
(Stockholm, Sweden)
Posted: Feb 11, 2018 7:30
 

To me 8 - Most Excellent  TY both
sdwright
(underwater)
Posted: Feb 10, 2018 21:12
 

Ever, never, rock on Zep!!

Posted: Jun 29, 2017 19:26 
On_The_Beach wrote:
Take no prisoners!

 


Spiderwoman
(Heart of the Channeled Scablands)
Posted: Jan 26, 2018 13:03
 

 rpdevotee wrote:
I think this may arguably be the best rock and roll song of all time...anyone else feel the same way?  An 8.6 RP listener rating says a lot.

 
This is what you get when all the elements of an artists' creation join to render more than just a song. It's pure magic. Genius earns a 10 every time!
johnalexford
Posted: Jan 26, 2018 12:59
 

Anyone heard of a young Michigan band called "Greta Van Fleet"? I heard them for the first time and I swear I was hearing LZ play, with Plant on vocals. HIGHLY impressive!
rpdevotee
(San Jose, CA)
Posted: Dec 29, 2017 0:16
 

I think this may arguably be the best rock and roll song of all time...anyone else feel the same way?  An 8.6 RP listener rating says a lot.
pvg44
(Wayland, MA)
Posted: Nov 29, 2017 10:50
 

I'm a mild Led Zeppelin fan, but this song is outstanding. 
thewiseking
(New York, New York)
Posted: Nov 29, 2017 10:47
 

 Spiderwoman wrote:
I'm incapable of listening to this at any other volume than CRANKED UP. Problem? Nope.

 
Agreed. This one really benefits from the upcrank
wtango
(Asheville, NC, USA)
Posted: Oct 30, 2017 6:40
 

11 !
Spiderwoman
(Heart of the Channeled Scablands)
Posted: Sep 29, 2017 17:55
 

I'm incapable of listening to this at any other volume than CRANKED UP. Problem? Nope.
javelipix
Posted: Jul 30, 2017 12:40
 

The 1 rating must be from Kansas Joe McCoy. I get that.
hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Jul 30, 2017 12:39
 

 clickfaster wrote:
John Bonham

 
{#Notworthy}
javelipix
Posted: Jul 30, 2017 12:37
 

U huh.
On_The_Beach
(The Blue Planet)
Posted: Jun 29, 2017 19:26
 

Take no prisoners!
TJOpootertoot
(Toronto)
Posted: May 30, 2017 8:11
 

A lot of Zeppelin I just find overbearing and I'm pretty selective with what actually resonates with me.
This one is pretty beyond reproach.
gubbin
Posted: Apr 29, 2017 19:32
 

'K, please forgive me, but at the first bar, I was hoping this would actually be "Rhymin' 'n' Stealin'" by the Beastie Boys.
Led Zep is awesome, but we could use a little variety...
DanielHLloyd
Posted: Mar 30, 2017 6:49
 

This is THE ultimate crank up your crappy car stereo song (well for me anyway). {#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Guitarist}
Highlowsel
(New York City - Escape velocity attained; now what!?)
Posted: Mar 30, 2017 6:46
 

"Cryin' won't help ya, prayin' won't do ya no good, no
Cryin' won't help ya, prayin' won't do ya no good"

Hmmm.....you'd think he was singin' about the current state of our unhinged politics in this country (USA) wouldn't'cha?  Heh!

So it goes. 

Highlow
American Net'Zen
thewiseking
(New York, New York)
Posted: Feb 27, 2017 15:14
 

 kcar wrote:
 

The artists who didn't get any recognition or royalties from Led Zep cared. This LZ song was adapted from a blues song written in 1929; Columbia Records recorded and distributed it.  This was not a matter of a British group making a new song from uncopyrighted "folk tunes." LZ credited one of the original songwriters but I don't know if her estate got any money from the band. 

 
The issue with Zeppelin was NOT that they played old blues tunes or any sort of cultural appropriation issue. The issue with Jimmy Page is  the wholesale thievery of other artists arrangements without credit.
Page, and his lawyer(s) took the "fuck em, let em sue us" approach to doing business and the chickens have come home to roost. 
kcar
Posted: Dec 28, 2016 1:53
 

 Zedediah wrote:

All blues are basically the same 3 or 4 songs. Blues artists do there own thing with them.

Was anyone really thinking these Brits were intimately familiar with Mississippi flooding and dislocation? Of course it's 'cultural appropriation'. If you're going to whine about it, you never get to eat a slice of American pizza again or risk being verbally tortured as a hypocrite.



 
"All blues are basically the same 3 or 4 songs."

Only if you've been living in a closet in a Walmart all your life...

 Meltz wrote:

Someone said stealing us the best form of flattery. Brahms stole from Beethoven, Copeland and Bartok borrowed folk tunes left and right. John Lennon from who knows.....In the end who gives a flying fortress? It's about the pleasure factor. 

  

The artists who didn't get any recognition or royalties from Led Zep cared. This LZ song was adapted from a blues song written in 1929; Columbia Records recorded and distributed it.  This was not a matter of a British group making a new song from uncopyrighted "folk tunes." LZ credited one of the original songwriters but I don't know if her estate got any money from the band.