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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 76

2024-04-03 17:01

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 76

This week, we dedicate ourselves to a legendary band that has made history in rock music: Led Zeppelin.

A new installment of the Musical Disclosure column, brought to you by the Perform School of Music. This week, we dedicate it to a legendary band that has made history in rock.


The story of the band begins with Jimmy Page joining the Yardbirds in 1966, a British blues rock band known for featuring guitarists like Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton. Initially, Page served as a bassist but soon became the second lead guitarist alongside Jeff Beck. After Beck's departure in 1966, Page proposed the creation of a new group with himself as the guitarist and other members from The Who. Although this formation did not materialize, Page recruited Robert Plant as the vocalist, John Bonham on drums, and John Paul Jones on bass and keyboards. Thus, Led Zeppelin was born, initially known as The New Yardbirds. The name "Led Zeppelin" arose from an idea by Keith Moon and John Entwistle of The Who, who suggested that a supergroup with themselves, Page, and Beck would "go down like a lead balloon." Their debut album, simply titled "Led Zeppelin," was an immediate success. Recorded and mixed in just thirty hours to capture the band's live sound as much as possible, the album, characterized by blues, folk, and rock influences, won over the international audience. The second album, "Led Zeppelin II," further solidified their hard rock style, featuring legendary tracks like "Whole Lotta Love." The album stands out for its sonic aggression and the power of guitar riffs, which continue to influence generations of musicians today. The third album, "Led Zeppelin III," is a record where the band showcases new versatility. Recorded in a countryside villa, the album features acoustic tracks like "Gallows Pole" and "Bron-Y-Aur Stomp," revealing a new dimension of Page's guitar mastery more closely tied to the folk and blues world.


Today's listening is "Ramble On"!



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