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Led Zeppelin — D'yer Mak'er
Album: Houses of the Holy
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Released: 1973
Length: 4:17
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Oh oh oh oh oh oh
You don't have to go oh oh oh oh oh
You don't have to go oh oh oh oh oh
You don't Have to go.

Ay ay ay ay ay ay
All those tears I cry ay ay ay ay ay
All those tears I cry ay ay ay ay ay
Baby please don't go.

When I read the letter you wrote, it made me mad mad mad
When I read the words that it told me, it made me sad sad sad.
But I still love you so, I can't let you go
I love you- ooh baby I love you.

Oh oh oh oh oh oh
Every breath I take oh oh oh oh oh
Every move I make oh oh oh oh oh
Baby please don't go.

Ay ay ay ay ay ay
You hurt me to my soul ay ay ay ay ay
You hurt me to my soul ay ay ay ay ay
Darling please don't go.

When I read the letter you sent me, it made me mad mad mad
When I read the news that it broke, it made me sad sad sad.
But I still love you so, and I can't let you go
I love you- ooh baby I love ya.
Oh oh oh oh oh oh
You don't have to go oh oh oh oh
You don't have to go oh oh oh oh
Aw Baby, babe Please Please Please Please
Ah uh ah uh ah ah baby
Ah Uh I still love you baby
Ooh Ooh, ooh ohh, ooh ooh Darling
Oh Oh-wo Aw baby I still love you so
Aw baby I still love you so oh-wo ooh

Oh oh oh oh oh oh yeah (fire)
Ah ah ah ah ah ah oh (fire)
Ah ah ah ah ah
Ooooh (fire) yeah
Oh Baby, Baby
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Oh oh oh oh.

Ay ay ay at ay.

They didn't waste words.
 SweTex wrote:

I'm glad someone finally said it. This band and other pop bands have polluted the minds of young people all over the world for too long. Say no to drugs, kids, and say yes to jesus. And yes, put some clothes on. Frigging punk-rappers, or whatever it is you call yourself.

 
LZ is probably the furthest cry from a pop band that a band could be!!! Jesus, yes. But, when referring to LZ, leave the notion of pop right where it belongs....on commercial radio. Seems Bonzo could use those sticks to thump some pop into your head!!
I see someone pointed out the bit where Bill gets up and knocks the needle......
 haljordan wrote:
This track always skips at the beginning.
 

Just like vinyl.
 ace-marc wrote:

Two Irishmen walk out of bar.

What?, it could happen.
 
Well then, I'll have to share my favorite Irish joke (courtesy of my Irish wife):

An Irishman, an Englishman and a Scotsman go into a pub and each order a pint of Guinness. Just as the bartender hands them over, three flies buzz down, and one lands in each of the pints.

The Englishman looks disgusted, pushes his pint away and demands another pint.

The Scotsman picks out the fly, shrugs and takes a long swallow.

The Irishman reaches into the glass, pinches the fly between his fingers and shakes him while yelling, "Spit it out, ya bastard! Spit it out!"


 markybx wrote:

I've got my ion you
 
 
Two Irishmen walk out of bar.

What?, it could happen.
 MrStatenIsle wrote:

Apparent to whom?
 
He's right.

The joke goes "I took my wife on holiday to the West Indies"
"Jamaica?"
"No she came willingly."

Or similar.
Ahhh….those DRUMS!!!  To my son-in-law Brad....here's ANOTHER example of why Bonzo was/is the SHIT.....this one's a 10....Long Live RP!!
 On_The_Beach wrote:
Apparently the song title is a reference to how some Brits pronounce "Jamaica".
 
Apparent to whom?
Nice segue: from Bob Marley to "Jamaica"/D'yer Mak'er
 AbileneTexas wrote:

I heard it too
 

I heard it as well....
Only rating 6 from me
Is it Bonzo ?
Apparently the song title is a reference to how some Brits pronounce "Jamaica".

From Wiki: In a 2005 interview, Plant discussed the different interpretations and pronunciations of the name of the song.[2] He explained that the title is derived from an old joke, where two friends have the following exchange: "My wife's gone to the West Indies." "Jamaica?" (which in an English accent sounds like "Did you make her?") "No, she wanted to go".[5]
The title, which does not appear in the lyrics, was chosen because it reflects the reggae feel of the song, and as an example of the Led Zeppelin band members' senses of humour.[2][6] Because of the unfamiliarity of listeners to this back-story, DJs and fans often mispronounce the title as "dire maker";[2] this confusion and mispronunciation was more common in the US than in Britain, according to Jimmy Page.
 bb_matt wrote:
I think RP has a slight issue with the version of the song. There's a huge gap/jump early on in the song? Am I imagining this? 
 
I heard it too
 Queue wrote:

I heard it too.
 
same.
 bb_matt wrote:
I think RP has a slight issue with the version of the song. There's a huge gap/jump early on in the song? Am I imagining this? 

 
I heard it too.
 kingart wrote:
Should I bump this 8 > 9? Those drums, damn, the man was an air drummer's biggest challenge. And one of Zep's best tunes as a result. One that bears little or no resemblance to blues masters they purportedly, or certainly, borrowed and hijacked.
 
Yes!  I'm already at a 10 otherwise I'd go 8→9 with ya! 
Should I bump this 8 > 9? Those drums, damn, the man was an air drummer's biggest challenge. And one of Zep's best tunes as a result. One that bears little or no resemblance to blues masters they purportedly, or certainly, borrowed and hijacked.
10!
This track always skips at the beginning.
Even though it's about as close to "Pop" music as Zep ever got, Bonzo still makes his presence felt.
Just what I need to get over the weather induced doldrums this cold wet Wednesday morning.  This one always gets me up- Thanks Bill!
 That is funny...I had a good friend who played The Wall every night for at least a year as well..drove me crazy ! We worked on a freight doc and he'd blast it from his boom box.(cassette tape) It irritated the hell out of some of the older folks working with us.  RIP Milne Truck Lines  The_Enemy wrote:

I'm with ya.  There's a lot of music I burned out on during the 70s that I'm starting to get back into.

Pink Floyd would be on that list.  When The Wall came out, I heard that album nearly everyday for a year following.
 

 Jakethemuss wrote:

Two atoms walk out of a bar. One says to the other "Oh dear, I've left my electrons back in the bar." 

"Are you sure?"

"I'm positive."



 
I've got my ion you
 
Likeistan.
more Dread Zeppelin please
When this song came on the radio for the first time a friend of mine said,"This is a clear indication that some bands can do ANYTHING and it will be on the radio"  It has grown on me all these years later.  {#Ask}
Two Irishmen walk out of a bar....
could happen
Two bars walk into Jimmy Page.
The first says "Hey, Jimmy! So glad to be in your music."
The second says "Hey, yeah. Me too!"
Jimmy says "Well, glad to see you two are in a chord." 

( DISCLAIMER : I am not a musician, just a punster. DAMMIT, JIM!! )
 
I give it a 3. {#No}
 LPCity wrote:

Two parrots in a bar are sitting on a perch.  One looks at the other and asks "do you smell fish"?

 
Two atoms walk out of a bar. One says to the other "Oh dear, I've left my electrons back in the bar." 

"Are you sure?"

"I'm positive."


I think RP has a slight issue with the version of the song. There's a huge gap/jump early on in the song? Am I imagining this? 
2
I did with Susie B
 Proclivities wrote:

A giraffe walks into a bar and says "High-balls are on me."
 
Two parrots in a bar are sitting on a perch.  One looks at the other and asks "do you smell fish"?
2 classic rock hits in a row...is enough here

pardon me, it's Tuesday 2 in a row!
 easmann wrote:

They are commonly used phrases, I agree, and Led Zeppelin does not own them, I most emphatically agree. You assume an intention I did not have and an assertion I did not make. : )

Songwriters do pay homage to prior work by other artists with occasional deliberate references to that work. In this case Sting has mentioned that Gene Pitney's Every Breath I Take (1961) played a role in the inspiration for his song. Quite possibly Pitney's song played some role in this one too, though Zep has been less forthright in listing their inspirations.

In any case I am not one of those who believe in the widespread plagiarism claimed by a few commenters on these boards any time there's a similarity of tone, riff, or line, between two songs. As you and others have pointed out in cases of actual plagiarism there is a lawsuit.

 
True, when re-reading your post it is clearer that you were not making such an assertion.  I guess it was seeing so many allegations of plagiarism in the song comments that had me conditioned to think that there was another such allegation.  It seems that some folks seem to misunderstand the ideas of "homage" or "references" in music, you are not among them.
{#Cheers} 
 Proclivities wrote:
Those are pretty commonly-used, English-language phrases and have been used in movies and literature for a very long time.  I don't think Led Zeppelin can lay claim to their authorship.  
 
They are commonly used phrases, I agree, and Led Zeppelin does not own them, I most emphatically agree. You assume an intention I did not have and an assertion I did not make. : )

Songwriters do pay homage to prior work by other artists with occasional deliberate references to that work. In this case Sting has mentioned that Gene Pitney's Every Breath I Take (1961) played a role in the inspiration for his song. Quite possibly Pitney's song played some role in this one too, though Zep has been less forthright in listing their inspirations.

In any case I am not one of those who believe in the widespread plagiarism claimed by a few commenters on these boards any time there's a similarity of tone, riff, or line, between two songs. As you and others have pointed out in cases of actual plagiarism there is a lawsuit.
 easmann wrote:

I'll agree. I also note that a few lines from the song were referenced by a band known for their reggae-infused work ten years later:

"Every breath I take oh oh oh oh oh
Every move I make oh oh oh oh oh"

— Led Zeppelin — D'yer Mak'er

"Every breath you take and every move you make"

The Police — Every Breath You Take 

 
Those are pretty commonly-used, English-language phrases and have been used in movies and literature for a very long time.  I don't think Led Zeppelin can lay claim to their authorship.  
 fredriley wrote:
Led Zep in a faux-reggae stylee. I don't think so, mon. Kudos for the effort, but rotten tomatoes for the implementation.
 
I'll agree. I also note that a few lines from the song were referenced by a band known for their reggae-infused work ten years later:

"Every breath I take oh oh oh oh oh
Every move I make oh oh oh oh oh"

— Led Zeppelin — D'yer Mak'er

"Every breath you take and every move you make"

The Police — Every Breath You Take 
 On_The_Beach wrote:

A horse walks into a bar. Bartender says "Why the long face?".


 
Sarah Jessica Parker walks into a bar. Bartender says, "Those horse-face jokes are mean and insensitive. What'll you have?"
A guy walks into a bar with a piano entertainer, sits down and orders a beer. The piano player's monkey soon jumps on the bar and urinates in the guy's beer. The guy yells to the piano player, "Hey, do you know your monkey just peed in my beer?" The piano player says, "No, but if you hum a few bars, I might remember it!"

cheers 
Yeah, man, now you're speaking my language! Bonzo never dies!!
 Proclivities wrote:
A giraffe walks into a bar and says "High-balls are on me."
 
A horse walks into a bar. Bartender says "Why the long face?".

 Proclivities wrote:

A giraffe walks into a bar and says "High-balls are on me."
 
I really need a alias to post the bar jokes I know on this site !
 fredriley wrote:

A neutron walks into a bar, orders a drink and asks how much. The bartender replies: "For you, no charge".

This one could run and run :o)

 
A giraffe walks into a bar and says "High-balls are on me."

 RobRyan wrote:

A skeleton walks into a bar and says "give me a beer and a mop..."
 
A neutron walks into a bar, orders a drink and asks how much. The bartender replies: "For you, no charge".

This one could run and run :o)

fredriley wrote:

A woman walks into a bar and asks for a double entendre, so the barman gives her one.

I'll get me coat...



 
RobRyan wrote:

A skeleton walks into a bar and says "give me a beer and a mop..."
 

A termite walks into a bar and asks, "Where's the bar tender?"
 fredriley wrote:

A woman walks into a bar and asks for a double entendre, so the barman gives her one.

I'll get me coat...
 
A skeleton walks into a bar and says "give me a beer and a mop..."
 SweTex wrote:

A nun, an irishman and a midget walk into bar...Bartender says: "Is this a fu***ng joke?" 

 
A woman walks into a bar and asks for a double entendre, so the barman gives her one.

I'll get me coat...

Led Zep in a faux-reggae stylee. I don't think so, mon. Kudos for the effort, but rotten tomatoes for the implementation.
Mmmm Zep goodness goes down well in the AM. Thanks, Bill.
 arserocket wrote:
{#Naughty}

Thats a bit like, horse walks into a bar. Barman says 'why the long face'. Horse says, 'my wife has gone on holiday to the Caribbean!', Barman says, 'Jamaica', horse says, 'no she went of her own accord'....

 
A nun, an irishman and a midget walk into bar...Bartender says: "Is this a fu***ng joke?" 

 michaelgmitchell wrote:
Okay, why the apostrophes ripping up the two words? What the hell is a mak'er? See how drugs ruined these young people years ago? Couldn't even get the punctuation right.

Oh, and get some clothes on those little buggers. This is a family show.
 
I'm glad someone finally said it. This band and other pop bands have polluted the minds of young people all over the world for too long. Say no to drugs, kids, and say yes to jesus. And yes, put some clothes on. Frigging punk-rappers, or whatever it is you call yourself.

Okay, why the apostrophes ripping up the two words? What the hell is a mak'er? See how drugs ruined these young people years ago? Couldn't even get the punctuation right.

Oh, and get some clothes on those little buggers. This is a family show.
sick of Zeppelin?

never
{#Naughty}

Thats a bit like, horse walks into a bar. Barman says 'why the long face'. Horse says, 'my wife has gone on holiday to the Caribbean!', Barman says, 'Jamaica', horse says, 'no she went of her own accord'....

lemmoth wrote:
So one bloke says to the other

"I 'ear ya took a vacation in the Carribean."

"I did indeed.  I took my lovely wife with me."

"Jamaica?"

"No - she went along quite willingly."
 


hacks!
Love this song!!!!!!!!!! as well as the entire album ..........not sure what stations the rest of you are listening to but I never listened to any radio that played the same tunes over and over or a ltd selection of just 70's & 80's rock so getting sick of some music, sorry can't relate.
RP is the best I have ever heard yet w/ that being said -  realized well b4 listening to this station - the talent of musicians & groups.  However, I never went by what anyone else was listening to, or, what was "popular" just what I liked & appreciated.

So one bloke says to the other

"I 'ear ya took a vacation in the Carribean."

"I did indeed.  I took my lovely wife with me."

"Jamaica?"

"No - she went along quite willingly."
YES!!! now that is what im talking about bill!  THANKS!
Crunchy goodness!

9!!!!!
 Ahnyer_Keester wrote:
I had to stop listening to Zeppelin for years. I got so burned out on every song they did because the "classic rock" stations play them CONSTANTLY. After years of Zeppelin self-denial, I've started listening again. You know, they're pretty good. There is a reason they're so popular. Now I just don't listen to "classic rock" stations any more. :)
 
I agree 100%.  I got so sick of the Zep (whom I've always liked) that I stopped listening.  Since tuning in to RP, I've realized not only are they "pretty good", they are ALL excellent musicians and were very, very innovative.  They deserve to be one of the pillars of rock.  Having said this, however, I'm still sick of this song.

 bbHappy wrote:


I agree. Not a big fan of Zep, but this is a great song.

Anybody else think the cover art looks like kiddie porn on acid?
 
From Wiki:

The cover art for Houses of the Holy was inspired by the ending of Arthur C. Clarke's novel Childhood's End.<1> (The ending involves several hundred million naked children, only slightly and physically resembling the human race in basic forms). It is a collage of several photographs which were taken at the Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland, by Aubrey Powell of Hipgnosis. This location was chosen ahead of an alternative one in Peru which was being considered.<1>

The two children who modelled for the cover were siblings Stefan and Samanatha Gates.<2> The photoshoot was a frustrating affair over the course of ten days. Shooting was done first thing in the morning and at sunset in order to capture the light at dawn and dusk, but the desired effect was never achieved due to constant rain and clouds. The photos of the two children were taken in black and white and were multi-printed to create the effect of 11 individuals that can be seen on the album cover. The results of the shoot were less than satisfactory, but some accidental tinting effects in post-production created an unexpectedly striking album cover.<1> The inner sleeve photograph was taken at Dunluce Castle near to the Causeway.

Like Led Zeppelin's fourth album, neither the band's name nor the album title was printed on the sleeve. However, manager Peter Grant did allow Atlantic Records to add a wrap-around band to UK copies of the sleeve that had to be broken or slid off to access the record.<1> This hid the children's buttocks from general display, but still the album was either banned or unavailable in some parts of the Southern United States for several years.<3><4>

The first CD release of the album in the 1980s did have the title logos printed on the cover itself.<1>

In 1974, the album was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of best album package. The cover was rated #6 on VH1's 50 Greatest Album Covers in 2003.

Jimmy Page has stated that the album cover was actually the second version submitted by Hipgnosis. The first, by artist Storm Thorgerson, featured an electric green tennis court with a tennis racquet on it. Furious that Thorgerson was implying their music sounded like a "racket", the band fired him and hired Powell in his place.<5> Thorgerson did, however, go on to produce the album artwork for Led Zeppelin's subsequent albums Presence and In Through the Out Door.




 Mugro wrote:
Tired.
 
Then take a break and have a cold beer in the shade. . .


Tired.
Men of distinguishment and Honor.
So boring...
 The_Enemy wrote:

I'm with ya.  There's a lot of music I burned out on during the 70s that I'm starting to get back into.

Pink Floyd would be on that list.  When The Wall came out, I heard that album nearly everyday for a year following.

 
Yes, I stopped listening to Classic Rock radio about 8 years ago, and have rebuilt my appreciation for Beatles/Zep/Pink Floyd/etc since then.  I don't listen to any radio anymore....ipod in the car, Radioparadise at home.

Love this song, in fact this is led's best song in my opinion {#Sunny}

 Ahnyer_Keester wrote:
I had to stop listening to Zeppelin for years. I got so burned out on every song they did because the "classic rock" stations play them CONSTANTLY. After years of Zeppelin self-denial, I've started listening again. You know, they're pretty good. There is a reason they're so popular. Now I just don't listen to "classic rock" stations any more. :)
 
I'm with ya.  There's a lot of music I burned out on during the 70s that I'm starting to get back into.

Pink Floyd would be on that list.  When The Wall came out, I heard that album nearly everyday for a year following.

Love this song!
10!


Happy Birthday Robert!
OH BABY I LOVE YOU ! TROP TOP LED ZEP ! :bounce:
I had to stop listening to Zeppelin for years. I got so burned out on every song they did because the "classic rock" stations play them CONSTANTLY. After years of Zeppelin self-denial, I've started listening again. You know, they're pretty good. There is a reason they're so popular. Now I just don't listen to "classic rock" stations any more. :)
drjimmy wrote:
That was always what I understood the title to mean, pronounced "jer-make-er," as opposed to the 99.9% of DJs who said "dire maker."
No, she went by herself..........
funkaholic wrote:
Did you make her?
That was always what I understood the title to mean, pronounced "jer-make-er," as opposed to the 99.9% of DJs who said "dire maker."
Bat wrote:
Wondering what the title is shortened from. Generally apostrophes are used when you shorten a word by taking one or more letters out, or smash two words together and lose a letter. So what's missing from D'yer and Mak'er?
Did you make her?
pb10538 wrote:
Remember reading somewhere he used a Tele for much of the LZ studio work- the Gibson was his live performance "trademark". Anyone confirm?
That's correct, the COMPLETE first Led Zeppelin-album has been recorded with a Telecaster (which Jimmy Page got from Jeff Beck). Even the Stairway-to-heaven-guitar-solo is a Telecaster (with a Supro-amp). Regards (Tele-)Frank :guitarist:
TeleFrank wrote:
AND: he's playing a Fender Telecaster ! YEAH! :guitarist: Not the Gibson Les Paul :cheesygrin:
Remember reading somewhere he used a Tele for much of the LZ studio work- the Gibson was his live performance "trademark". Anyone confirm?
Laurelia wrote:
Nothing. Read a few posts back: From Wikipedia, "D'yer Mak'er" is intended to be pronounced with a British non-rhotic accent as "jah-may-kah" I always thought the words were smashed too, until I saw this today.
I remember reading that, the name came from Page and Plant, joking how Americans pronounce Jamaica when visiting there.
And yet again...a masterpiece!
Bat wrote:
Wondering what the title is shortened from. Generally apostrophes are used when you shorten a word by taking one or more letters out, or smash two words together and lose a letter. So what's missing from D'yer and Mak'er?
Nothing. Read a few posts back: From Wikipedia, "D'yer Mak'er" is intended to be pronounced with a British non-rhotic accent as "jah-may-kah" I always thought the words were smashed too, until I saw this today.
Wondering what the title is shortened from. Generally apostrophes are used when you shorten a word by taking one or more letters out, or smash two words together and lose a letter. So what's missing from D'yer and Mak'er?
Dior wrote:
AND: he's playing a Fender Telecaster ! YEAH! :guitarist: Not the Gibson Les Paul :cheesygrin:
bbHappy wrote:
I agree. Not a big fan of Zep, but this is a great song. Anybody else think the cover art looks like kiddie porn on acid? :ask:
''Not a big fan of Zep.'' Well, then, just what are you a fan of? Céline Dion?
=fire=
MtnGoat wrote:
Whenever I tire of this song, I just tune out everything 'cept Bonzo. Man, I could listen to that drum all day.
Great advice!
Agreed.Honeyman wrote:
Of all the Zep to play, I don't think this is a great choice. 3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3
Of all the Zep to play, I don't think this is a great choice. 3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3
lazygirl wrote:
schöne Platte
It's certainly a "platter," but I'm not sure it's "beautiful." Kolbenkicker, for sure.
MtnGoat wrote:
Whenever I tire of this song, I just tune out everything 'cept Bonzo. Man, I could listen to that drum all day.
There'll never be another Bonzo! R.I.P.
Bonnie Raitt / Spit of Love -> Wallflowers / One Headlight -> Led Zeppelin / D'yer Mak'er ...great set...
Bash it all you want for being overplayed and unoriginal or whatever; this song will *always* be hellasex to me.
This must have been the inspiration for 'Dread Zeppelin'. :ask: :cheesygrin:
Is the microphone getting head? Dior wrote:
Ha thats funny, I'm sure there is a reggae beat in there somewhere. dionysius wrote:
The retarded Cockney pronunciation of Jamaica, of course, seeing as this is Zeppelin's retarded version of reggae.
Matts wrote:
From Wikipedia, "D'yer Mak'er" is intended to be pronounced with a British non-rhotic accent as "jah-may-kah" I didn't know that !
The retarded Cockney pronunciation of Jamaica, of course, seeing as this is Zeppelin's retarded version of reggae.
From Wikipedia, "D'yer Mak'er" is intended to be pronounced with a British non-rhotic accent as "jah-may-kah" I didn't know that !
schöne Platte
MCKY wrote:
Imagine a band putting out an album cover like that in today's socio-political climate.
I think that's justification for electronic eavesdropping and a couple constitutional amendment removals. Whatcha think?Are you a terrorist or are you with us?
One of their weaker efforts -
Whenever I tire of this song, I just tune out everything 'cept Bonzo. Man, I could listen to that drum all day.
"No Quarter" make this album....this is very cool too though...
I used to change stations immediately when this was played, and played, and played (you get it) on FM radio. Funny, I still haven't changed my mind on it. I think I have Led Zep over play syndrome. It is an esp. chronic disease in LA FM radio which has been stuck on Led Zep for far too many years now. But thanks Bill for the reminder!
MCKY wrote:
Imagine a band putting out an album cover like that in today's socio-political climate.
No Wal Mart distribution, that's for sure!
Bit like Dread Zeppelin, 'cept without the Elvis impersonator...
Imagine a band putting out an album cover like that in today's socio-political climate.
When these lads first came out, I shunned the white boys making pop music out of blues riffs, but this album warmed me up toward them considerably.
junebaby65 wrote:
Here here!!!!
where where? :rolleyes: It's a fun classic tune.
lathyris wrote:
One of my least favorite Zeppelin songs -- quite annoying.
Here here!!!! lathyris wrote:
One of my least favorite Zeppelin songs -- quite annoying.
meower215 wrote:
looks like it was played twice in August and at least once in July. . . ..
I didn't say it was NEVER played, just not that often which was confirmed by you. It's not like the station is oversaturated with played-out Zep tunes like the comment someone made was alluding to. Once a month for D'yer Maker is fine by me!
MiketheKnife wrote:
" Hey Kiddies- you're on Z-Rock- Z-Rock Plays all of the hits you were sick of 20 years ago... It's a Stairway To Free Bird block up next- tell 'em who rocks you over & over..." I appreciate classics as much as the next person- but for me- I'm here to snatch a sip of fresh air when/if possible. I have this on 8-track/LP if I want it. Great tune- simply overexposed. YMMV.
It would be really great if there was a station that played both the old classics along with the fresh and new...we could call it Radio Paradise. Hmmmm. :think:
bbHappy wrote:
I agree. Not a big fan of Zep, but this is a great song. Anybody else think the cover art looks like kiddie porn on acid? :ask:
its R'bt Plant's kids
laramieu wrote:
Surely you jest.
I agree. Not a big fan of Zep, but this is a great song. Anybody else think the cover art looks like kiddie porn on acid? :ask:
how can you appreciate what's new without knowing what came before it?