4 posts tagged Led Zeppelin

Whole lotta ‘Whole Lotta Love’ – CCS, King Curtis, Tina Turner

I’ll own up to the fact that when I dive headfirst down a rabbit hole on the trail of (hopefully) related information on a subject that I am researching, it is usually of my own volition. And I admit that most ...

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Celebrating the Music of Otis Rush and His Influence on British Blues – Part II

Rush had a tremendous impact on the guitarists of the burgeoning British Blues boom in the mid to late sixties and these two essays look at few of the cover versions of his recorded debut, ‘I Can’t Quit You Baby...

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Wolf Tracks – ‘How Many More Years’ / ‘No Place To Go’ / ‘You Gonna Wreck My Life’

Chester Burnett’s first record, ‘Moanin’ At Midnight’ backed with ‘How Many More Years’, was recorded by Sam Phillips at the Memphis Recording Studio in Tennessee in July of 1951. It was a rare two sided ...

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If You Wanna Be Happy – released March 11, 1966

Peter Green’s first recording was released on March eleventh 1966.  He was the lead guitarist and one of the “voices” book-ending the Peter B’s cover of ‘If You Wanna Be Happy’. There is little surviving ...

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