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Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" origin

These are two different songs, although a lot of the elements (key, scale, harmonies, melodies) are quite similar in places. Led Zeppelin's song was originally titled "Driving to Kashmir", ...
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Why does Led Zeppelin have such a significant place in the rock'n'roll pantheon?

It's true that Led Zeppelin were notorious music thieves (with "Lemon Song" being a particularly infamous example). Like many other British musicians of the time, they had an unpleasant tendency to ...
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Why do radio stations only play hit songs?

Radio stations usually have to pay every time they play a song, or pay for a certain amount of playtime, but also have to pay an initial licensing fee to be able to play the songs at all, so to limit ...
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Great 21st century bands worth listening to?

On the heavy rock side I would suggest the very young band YAK: they released their first album "Alas Salvation" on 2016. Here you'll find their youtube channel, where you can taste some of their ...
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Great 21st century bands worth listening to?

I recommend the young austrian Band Mother's Cake. They sound really a lot like classic 70's rock. I saw them at a festival this summer and was quite impressed. Check out this 6-track live video for a ...
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Did the members of Led Zeppelin have "known" nicknames?

Over here in England there used to be a famous TV gardener called Percy Thrower and I recall reading somewhere the nick name derived from an in-joke among the band about watching our own Plant grow ...
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Is "All of my Love" the main influence on this Tame Impala song titled, Led Zeppelin?

You're right, the peppy rhythmic line is very reminiscent of "All of My Love", although the instrumentation is different from that song. As far as the instruments, it sounds like a very ...
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Great 21st century bands worth listening to?

Here is a french band that play's 70s psychedelic blues rock you may like. A link to their first hit: Cheap Wine - I Come Back From Tomorrow
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