Before I get to my quick review, I’m happy to report that it’s not too late to see Led Zeppelin “live” (on the big screen). U.S. cinemas will be doing a reprise of the 2007 reunion concert, originally released in theaters on October 17th, this Tuesday (November 13th, 2012) at 7:30 p.m. I’m sure there [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Led Zeppelin’
A coworker of mine has never heard of B.B. King. This must be remedied. In response, I’ve created “An Evolution of Blues” compilation. It’s not a definitive list and I had to question if certain songs could truly be considered blues tracks (when they’d likely first be catalogued as jazz, rock ballad, folk, country or downtempo, [...]
While there are only seven official CDs of live Led Zeppelin material, many of the tracks are over 10 minutes long. I’ve picked 5 of the best pieces for your listening pleasure—listen via the Grooveshark widget embedded below.
The concept for this entry began as a lyrical metaphor relating Curtis Mayfield’s “Pusherman” to my web publishing philosophy. The latter is boring, though, and a topic that tends to weave its way into all of my posts anyway. Music, on the other hand, tends to be a rabbit that we chase into Wonderland. 1972 [...]
First of all, let me apologize to my subscribers for the flood of entries this week. I’ll likely return to my post-a-week-or-two instead of three posts in as many days. Onto the topic at hand: I was recently asked what more I could say about Led Zeppelin. It turns out that new material, in one [...]