Browsing: Led Zeppelin

It was 1969, Zeppelin recorded a track for their album Led Zeppelin II. A song they took credit for writing, called “Bring it On Home.” You may know it. Goes like this. Great song. One problem though – they didn’t write it.

During the video you’ll hear from Paul Stanley of KISS, Joe Perry and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith. Ozzy Osborne of Black Sabbath and two members of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. Dicky Betts, Butch Trucks and Gregg Allman talk about the Allman Brothers and their interpretation of the blues. Pete Townshend talks about how much he dislikes Led Zeppelin, not really sure if he was kidding or not…he had a bit of a smirk on his face. Eddie Van Halen also appears and adds his two cents about the blues.

Guy, 76, is one of the pioneers in the Chicago blues style that pushed the sound of the electric guitar to the forefront of blues music. It was a version of the blues that drifted over the Atlantic to Britain and echoed back in the heart-pounding rock sound of Led Zeppelin