At first listen, “Good Times, Bad Times” might come off as a simple track but there was a LOT going on with this one. Recorded in October of ’68 for the debut Album, the lead off hitter would showcase the true, musicianship of these early 20-somethings.
What better way to head into the weekend than a rip-roaring and rock-steady track from Physical Graffiti. My personal favorite from the Zep catalog (whatever that’s worth.)
We start off the Three-Fer-Thursday edition of the Nightshift with a bonafide blues-rock classic. Well, a combination of at least three, that we know of.
Tonight, we lead off with “Ozone Baby”. Recorded in November, 1978 at Polar Studios, Sweden for the In Through The Out Door sessions.
Have you ever listened to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody and thought, “Man, I could sure go for some funnel cake right about now?”
Tonight’s lengthy, lead off hitter for the Stairway to Seven is the second longest in their Studio catalog.
After being on the road for nearly two years, Zeppelin took refuge in a little cottage in Wales to “get away from it all.”
When Zeppelin entered Olympic Studios in October of 1968, they had only been a “Band” for a few weeks. They jelled together, right away, both musically and on a personal basis.
What do Led Zeppelin and Swedish Pop Sensation ABBA have in common?
In 1987, Robert Plant put together a new band featuring keyboardist Phil Johnstone. Who , as it turned out, was quite a talented songwriter as well.