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Concurrently, Jeff Beck -- another former Yardbird string man -- had just months earlier issued his equally impassioned reading on the legendary Long Player Truth Plant is first audible on mouth harp [read: harmonica], which he shreds with the same impassioned verve that accompany his vocals.
Slightly distancing themselves from the downbeat, they create a solid instrumental counterpoint for Plant and Page. The leads compliment each other with a synergy that symbiotically fuel the pair into a genre-defining stratosphere of British Blues and Heavy Metal.
As is true for a majority of the seminal Led Zeppelin catalogue, the album version has become ingrained in the very DNA of rock and roll. Two respectively riveting versions punctuate the uniformly essential BBC Sessions collection of live -- in the studio -- performances from and Page in elaborated:.
Someone told me he'd already recorded it after we'd already put it down on the first Zeppelin album. I thought, "Oh dear, it's going to be identical," but it was nothing like it, fortunately.
I just had no idea he'd done it. It was on Truth but I first heard it when I was in Miami after we'd recorded our version. It's a classic example of coming from the same area musically, of having a similar taste. Later, he added: "When he [John Paul Jones] did ours, he didn't say anything about it He probably didn't know it was the same number because the two versions were so different.
However, Beck biographer Annette Carson notes "during a interview with NME's Billy Altman, Beck attested to [the fact that Page had accompanied Peter Grant to several Jeff Beck Group gigs when they first played America], stating that '[Jimmy] was going with us from city to city, taking things in'. The Times. Retrieved 10 February National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
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Dazed and Confused. Jimmy Page.Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin Review. Album. Released Share this page even passionate renditions of Willie Dixon’s You Shook Me and I Can't Quit You Baby pale alongside a masterful.