Discussion in 'GatorTail Pub' started by anstro76, May 15, 2019.
When I was in HS, our wrestling coach would play this for our opening warmups at practice. Awesome.
Going to hear Snarky Puppy next weekend. If you like jam bands w a twist of jazz, check them out.
Some classic Dead!
Tool played two new songs off of the album coming out. Sounded like Tool!
Gram's first band. Nice version/mashup.
Got Jeff Tweedy's book yesterday & on like page 3, he commands the reader to put it down & go watch this! Gotta at least watch through the bass solo.
Sorry but from Whole Lotta... to this out of around 108 recorded songs, you chose this one? Then again I would choose a lame Zep song over a lot of superior songs from other bands.
In Through the Out Door was a bit of a quirky Zep album. I love it for its variety, with reggae and even enjoy this particular power ballad.
One of my all-time favorite Zep performances:
Whole Lotta Love has a soft spot for me...
My band, in the mid 70's specialized in doing songe from various bands, and sounding EXACTLY like them.
Our singer, Frankie Jacobs, could sound exactly like Robert Plant, or Jon Anderson from Yes, ...We did Whole Lotta Love note for note, complete with echo effects, etc, Stairway to Heaven, We also did Hocus Pocus (by Focus), some tunes by the Allman Brothers (Whipping Post, In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed), Roundabout (Yes), Santana (Soul Sacrifice, Black Magic Woman/Soul Sacrifice) Ride My See-Saw ( Moody Blues), etc...
We had a freaking blast, and ended updoing a 23 stop tour as a 3rd group for J. Giles.
If you goona choose one of their ballads, Since.... is a really good one cause of the blues side and one of Plants' best solos. For my money, Rain Song is their best slow song.