History Music / LedZeppelin

8th Nov '17 5:42:35 AM unwell619
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* ChristianRock: Seriously, their [[CoverVersion covers]] of "In My Time Of Dying" and "Nobody's Fault but Mine" are this. Interestingly they were both originally gospel blues songs by Blind Willie Johnson.

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* ChristianRock: Seriously, their [[CoverVersion covers]] of songs "In My Time Of Dying" and "Nobody's Fault but Mine" are this. Interestingly they were both originally based on gospel blues songs by Blind Willie Johnson.
8th Nov '17 5:32:11 AM unwell619
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* ChristianRock: Seriously, their CoverVersion of "In My Time Of Dying" and "Nobody's Fault but Mine" are this for they were both originally gospel blues songs by Blind Willie Johnson.

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* ChristianRock: Seriously, their CoverVersion [[CoverVersion covers]] of "In My Time Of Dying" and "Nobody's Fault but Mine" are this for this. Interestingly they were both originally gospel blues songs by Blind Willie Johnson.
8th Nov '17 5:29:33 AM unwell619
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* ChristianRock: Seriously, their CoverVersion of "In My Time Of Dying" and "Nobody's Fault but Mine" are this for they were both originally gospel blues songs by Blind Willie Johnson.
1st Oct '17 6:54:10 PM Airazor
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* 1971 - ''Untitled'' (informally called ''Music/LedZeppelinIV'', ''Four Symbols'', or ''[=ZoSo=]'')

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* 1971 - ''Untitled'' (informally called ''Music/LedZeppelinIV'', ''Four Symbols'', or ''[=ZoSo=]'')''[=ZoSol=]'')
1st Oct '17 6:48:22 PM Airazor
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**Also in "Anniversary" from Robert Plant's 1990 solo album "Manic Nirvana".
11th Jun '17 6:14:54 PM Darth_Meow_504
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** Robert Plant has a different story behind the title. According to him, the spelling is using Welsh or other such Celtic linguistic format, creating a pun. It's a reggae song, of course, so the title "Jamaica" fits but the nerd of all things Celtic Plant chose to spell it as if it were a word in a Celtic language.
3rd Apr '17 3:19:29 AM WillBGood
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* TheWalrusWasPaul: When Page and Plant were in concert one night, after Zeppelin broke up, someone in the audience shouted, "What does your symbol mean, Jimmy?" To which Plant replied, [["Film/CarryOnScreaming Frying tonight!"]]

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* TheWalrusWasPaul: When Page and Plant were in concert one night, after Zeppelin broke up, someone in the audience shouted, "What does your symbol mean, Jimmy?" To which Plant replied, [["Film/CarryOnScreaming Frying [[Film/CarryOnScreaming "Frying tonight!"]]
3rd Apr '17 3:19:16 AM WillBGood
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* TheWalrusWasPaul: When Page and Plant were in concert one night, after Zeppelin broke up, someone in the audience shouted, "What does your symbol mean, Jimmy?" To which Plant replied, "Frying tonight!"

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* TheWalrusWasPaul: When Page and Plant were in concert one night, after Zeppelin broke up, someone in the audience shouted, "What does your symbol mean, Jimmy?" To which Plant replied, "Frying tonight!"[["Film/CarryOnScreaming Frying tonight!"]]
21st Mar '17 1:00:56 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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But, as with every mega-successful and influential band, there are downsides. Negative marks on their record include Page's habit of lifting lyrics from old blues songs without credit (which led to the occasional lawsuits), their occasionally embarrassing lyrics (they referenced ''Literature/LordOfTheRings'' about thirty years before [[Film/LordOfTheRings the movies]] made it [[FantasyGhetto cool to do that]]), the band inevitably allowing success to go to their heads and descending into overblown excess post-1975, and the infamous 1976 {{Rockumentary}} film ''Film/TheSongRemainsTheSame'', commonly cited as one of the [[SoBadItsGood worst concert films ever]], thanks to the sub-par performances and self-indulgent [[ClicheStorm fantasy sequences]]. Also to be mentioned is their continued refusal to allow their songs into rhythm games such as ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' and ''VideoGame/RockBand''. Although, if you're going to risk severely cramping your hand attempting a Jimmy Page solo, you might as well play the real notes on an actual guitar.

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But, as with every mega-successful and influential band, there are downsides. Negative marks on their record include Page's habit of lifting lyrics from old blues songs without credit (which led to the occasional lawsuits), their occasionally embarrassing lyrics (they referenced ''Literature/LordOfTheRings'' about thirty years before [[Film/LordOfTheRings the movies]] made it [[FantasyGhetto cool to do that]]), the band inevitably allowing success to go to their heads and descending into overblown excess post-1975, and the infamous 1976 {{Rockumentary}} film ''Film/TheSongRemainsTheSame'', commonly cited as one of the [[SoBadItsGood worst concert films ever]], thanks to the sub-par performances and self-indulgent [[ClicheStorm fantasy sequences]]. Also to be mentioned is their continued refusal to allow their songs into rhythm games such as ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' and ''VideoGame/RockBand''. Although, if you're going to risk severely cramping your hand attempting a Jimmy Page solo, you might as well play the real notes on an actual guitar.
18th Mar '17 4:48:51 PM DavidDelony
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** Jimmy Page incorporated Music/ChuckBerry's duckwalk into his stage moves.

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** Jimmy Page incorporated performed Music/ChuckBerry's duckwalk into his stage moves.at concerts.
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