ZEPPELIN TRIBUTE CONCERT to Feature Tameca Jones on Lead Vocals
Sat. September 19th Outdoors at Threadgills 9pm
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Robert Plant, lead vocals of Led Zeppelin once said "How can you consider flower power outdated? The essence of my lyrics is the desire for peace and harmony. That's all anyone has ever wanted. How could it become outdated?" Robert Plant could not have been more right! Led Zeppelin legacy will continue on and you will want to be a part of this "flower power" event.
Come relive your "Rock and Roll" days at Will Taylor And Strings Attached Led Zeppelin show on Saturday, September 19, 9:00 P.M. at Threadgills in downtown Austin.
Here is a little playlist trivia for the avid Zeppelin fans.
1. Black Dog- It was released as a single in the US and Australia with "Misty Mountain Hop" on the B-side, and reached #15 on Billboard and #11 in Australia.In 2004 the song was ranked #294 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Music sociologist Deena Weinstein argues, "Black Dog" is "one of the most instantly recognizable Led Zeppelin tracks".
2. Dazed and Confused- It begins with a slow-tempo bluesy rhythm, propelled by John Paul Jones' descending bass line. It then changes to a faster tempo during the darkest part of the song, again featuring bowed guitar by Page, followed by a furious guitar solo (similar to Page's solo from the Yardbirds' "Think About It"), before finally returning to the initial rhythm. John Bonham's sporadic, explosive drumming throughout helped define the song's power and intensity. This was one of three Led Zeppelin songs on which Page used bowed guitar.
3. Friends- Jimmy Page and Robert Plant wrote the song in 1970 at Bron-Yr-Yur, a small cottage in Wales where they stayed after completing a grueling concert your of the Unites States.
"Friends" is one of a few Led Zeppelin songs that includes strings. Bass player John Paul Jones did the string arrangement, which exhibits some distinctive Eastern influences. Some people have expressed surprise at the fact that Jones received no writing credit for this song, given that he was entirely responsible for its compelling string arrangement.
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