Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 9 users. The song as a whole didn’t bring anything alarmingly great to the BBC reissue other than just simply being something we hadn’t heard before. Where's that confounded bridge?” (BI), It makes sense why many of Zeppelin’s “unreleased” cuts didn’t make it onto whatever album their respective recording session was attached, but “Hey, Hey What Can I Do” not making it on ‘Led Zeppelin III’ is still baffling. The first time I heard the immigrant song by @ledzeppelin was in the movie #schoolofrock when @jackblack was driving the van, turns around and screams 'ahh-a... Much of Led Zeppelin’s catalog hasn’t aged at all... but this song about underage groupies has. I have loved dropping the LED ever since! One of my favourite songs by them, and John Paul Jones is on top form as usual. For any other band, a track like this would be the highlight of an album, but Zeppelin weren’t any other band, and ‘Led Zeppelin IV’ is certainly not any other album. Bass tablature for Over The Hills And Far Away by Led Zeppelin. A fan of early rock and roll and “boogie-woogie,” Ian Stewart was the perfect guy to tickle the ivories on this song. One accurate version. As for the lyrics, it doesn’t take a cunning linguist to figure out what this one’s about. If you missed Led Zeppelin live in the 70's or are looking to relive the "Hammer of the Gods" phenomenon, it's time to experience Zepp 11. (BI), “Baby Come On Home” was recorded during the ‘Led Zeppelin I’ recording sessions, but it wasn’t released until 1993 as the focal point of ‘Led Zeppelin Boxed Set 2.’ It makes sense why it was left off Zeppelin’s debut, but this Hammond organ-fuelled beauty of a tune still managed to net success on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart peaking at number four over a decade after Zep’s demise. And I wanted to do this one for quite some time too, so there you have it ! 3:25. Hope you guys love my loop I made for you. John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant you guys are so awesome too! (EB), There’s probably a lady (or man) who’s sure this song is ranked too low, but there’s good reason for it. In the video’s description, the 10-year-old said she first heard the song in School of Rock. (EB), Zeppelin’s update of the Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie blues song released in 1929 was one of their finest moments. Most drum pieces are only interesting to drummers; that’s not the case here. (EB), This track was the b-side to “Whole Lotta Love,” which is strange considering how it’s literally inseparable from “Heartbreaker,” and radio still plays both tracks together as if they are one song. Grace Potter covered Led Zeppelin’s “That’s The Way.” The choice cover came during her Monday Night Twilight Hour livestream from her home in … The ick-factor on this track goes to 11. From start to finish, it’s a musical journey through the best of Zeppelin classics, to the symphonic orchestrations of Page & Plant, and some of the greatest hits of both Robert Plant and Jimmy Page’s solo work, all performed by 7 piece supergroup of Grammy-nominated men and women. Bass tablature for Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin. (EB), There’s a lot of competition for the title of “Jimmy Page’s Greatest Riff,” but “The Ocean” may own it; at the very least, it’s in the top five. (EB), This was a previously unreleased track from the recent Zeppelin catalog reissue campaign orchestrated by Jimmy Page. Fun fact: Years later, Jerry Lee Lewis actually covered the song -- with Jimmy Page on guitar -- on his 2006 album, ‘Last Man Standing.’ (Brian Ives). Jimmy Page unleashes one of his best riffs here, and also melts faces with his amazing guitar solo. Years before Blue Oyster Cult’s “Don’t Fear The Reaper,” John Bonham was hitting the cowbell on this song, originally recorded for the band’s 1973 album. Artist Bio: Heather Childers, The front woman and lead vocalist for Zepp11. It also has one of his best lyrics: “Upon us all a little rain must fall,” indeed. For all these reasons and more, we named Bushell one of the 20 Most Interesting New Artists of 2020. One accurate version. At the end of the song, Plant sings, “Realize, sweet babe, we ain't ever gonna part,” and it was sort of prophetic: although the band would last only a little over a decade, millions of fans have never stopped loving Zeppelin, and they keep picking up new followers with each new generation. Heather is a full-on rocker, with a set of pipes that will leave you wanting more. And what a year it was for the young musician. The song title, of course, is a shout out to the infamous Wales cabin where they wrote a majority of ‘Led Zeppelin III.’ (EB), An about-face on side two of ‘Houses of the Holy’ following upbeat jams “Dancing Days” and “D’yer Mak’er,” it’s one of the most haunting tracks in the entire Zeppelin catalog and shows just how much John Paul Jones can change the mood of the room with his piano playing. The Lemon Song By Led Zeppelin Bass Cover With Tabs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agsvYcMXOSw Zepparella guitarist Gretchen Menn (Image credit: Gary Clark). Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice. Best movie ever! (BI), An uninitiated listener might mistake this for a Who song for the first minute and a half: Jimmy Page’s clean and rhythmic guitar sounded like something Pete Townshend might play, John Paul Jones’ bass is reminiscent of John Entwistle’s “lead” bass playing and John Bonham’s heavy drumming is a bit Keith Moon-y. (EB), The only single released from ‘Presence,’ “Candy Store Rock” is an attempt at a rockabilly romp, but it just lacks the Bo Diddley energy Zeppelin were clearly trying to channel. A 20-year old Robert Plant wailing, “In the days of my youth/I was told what it was to be a man.” And John Paul Jones’ understated but vital bass playing. “I wrote this song for you all and asked my family to jam it with me. (EB), Three years on from their last album, ‘Presence,’ rock fans may have wondered if Zeppelin still “had it.” “In The Evening,” which opened ‘In Through The Out Door,’ established that the band was still powerful (if not quite as great as they’d been a few years earlier). The John Paul Jones-arranged string section on the track takes things to a whole new level of sublime. Last edit on Feb 13, 2014. 24,028 views, added to favorites 476 times. “My, my, my, I'm so happy… I'm gonna join the band” was how thousands of budding musicians reacted to hearing Zeppelin’s music in 1969 and 1970… and in the decades since. (EB), Zeppelin’s tribute to James Brown wasn’t quite as successful as their many tributes to their blues heroes, but “The Crunge” is one of their funniest songs, particularly when Robert Plant puts his spin on Brown’s “take it to the bridge!” cry: “Has anybody seen the bridge? It’s so good, we’ll even forgive the band for allowing Puff Daddy to rap over it for the 1998 track “Come With Me” (which actually featured Jimmy Page!) (BI), Another blues arrangement. Nandi Bushell’s back with another stellar cover, ... executed drums, guitar, and an insane bass … Led Zeppelin’s members have always been passionate music fans so it’s fitting that on this, their greatest song, they pay tribute to the music that inspired them. The album was recorded in September and October 1968 at Olympic Studios in London, shortly after the band's formation. Borrowing elements from the early days of rock and roll - a Chuck Berry-esque riff, rolling Jerry Lee Lewis piano and a drum intro reminiscent of Little Richard’s “Keep A-Knockin’” - Zep’s “Rock And Roll” is a love letter to the founders of the genre. (EB), This cover of Willie Dixon’s “You Shook Me” isn’t bad, but compared to other Zeppelin blues arrangements and interpretations, it just doesn’t measure up. View official tab. (EB), One of the highlights from ‘Coda’ that was leftover during the recording of ‘In Through The Out Door.’ If the then-current state of Zeppelin was different, it would’ve been fascinating to see what more they could’ve done with this track in studio.