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Lost Rolling Stones song with Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page to be released

Scarlet is joined by two other unreleased songs, Criss Cross and All the Rage, on a deluxe version of Goat’s Head SoupA long-lost song the Rolling Stones recorded with Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page is to finally be released. Scarlet, thought to be named after Page’s daughter, was recorded in October 1974. It is described in a press release as having “layered guitar textures” from Page, and is “as infectious and raunchy as anything the band cut in this hallowed era”.It is to be released on a deluxe e...
Tags: Music, UK News, Culture, Pop and rock, The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Jamaica, Led Zeppelin, Page, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin, Scarlet, Criss Cross, Main St


'Stairway to Gilligan's Island' mashup from 1978 covered by Puddles Pity Party

Did you know that in 1978 a San Francisco band called Little Roger & the Goosebumps recorded a mashup song that blends Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" with the theme to the sixties TV sitcom about seven castaways? I sure didn't! Well, that 6'8" clown Puddles Pity Party did and now he's performed this cover of it — yay!
Tags: Post, Video, News, San Francisco, Mashup, Gilligan's Island, Puddles Pity Party, Zeppelin, Gilligan, Sitcom, Stairway to Heaven, Little Roger and the Goosebumps


How Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page lost his prized guitar in Minneapolis and got it back 45 years later

Jimmy Page's famous guitar spent 45 years in the Twin Cities.
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The Beastie Boys & Rick Rubin Reunite and Revisit Their Formative Time Together in 1980s NYC

The Beastie Boys’ record-shattering Licensed to Ill is thirty-four years old. This fact might mean nothing to you, or it might mean that you are thirty-four years older than the moment the album came out in November of 1986, and suburban parents around the country, maybe even your parents, freaked out in unison. The album was a stroke of genius from producer Rick Rubin, delivering hip-hop safe for white kids while also giving them permission to be as obnoxious as possible. Ostensibly a r...
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Book Review: Empires of the Sky

A Concise Look at Human Flight with an Unexpected Focus With my knowledge bank bereft all but the most rudimentary information about Zeppelins (aka rigid airships), my curious eye immediately focused on the tail end of the Zeppelin under the title, Empires of the Sky. (Following the airship to the backside of the dust cover identified it as the Graf Zeppelin.) The subhead of Alexander Rose’s 600-page tome—Zeppelins, Airplanes, and Two Men’s Epic Duel to Rule the World—lured me between the cover...
Tags: General, Germany, History, Atlantic, Paris, Aviation, Airlines, Pacific, Rose, Zeppelin, St Paul Minnesota, Pan Am, Steiner, Scott Spangler, Chanute, LAKEHURST NEW JERSEY


Watch Miley Cyrus Cover The Beatles In An Empty Rose Bowl Stadium

Miley Cyrus has become the music industry's go-to for classic rock covers. In recent months, she's covered Led Zeppelin, the Doors, and Pink Floyd. Now, she's covered the Beatles' "Help!" for a new performance that aired yesterday as part of Global Citizen's Global Goal: Unite For Our … More »
Tags: Music, News, The Beatles, Miley Cyrus, Zeppelin


Thoughts Are With Kyle Quincey And His Family On This Day

from Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic, A white blanket shrouds Axl Quincey’s stroller that sits next to his parents on the front porch of their Denver house. Rachel Quincey has her hands on the stroller while her husband and longtime NHL defenseman, Kyle Quincey, stretches his long legs in the chair next to her. Their oldest son, Stone, 2, climbs on his mom and then settles down in a comfortable spot. Laying between Kyle and Rachel is Zeppelin, the lovably large and loyal dark brown Ches...
Tags: Sport, Philadelphia, NHL, Denver, Zeppelin, Rachel, Kyle, Axl, Kyle Quincey, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Ryan S Clark, Axl Quincey, Rachel Quincey, Quinceys


Astounding acoustic guitar cover of Led Zeppelin's "Whole lotta love"

To paraphrase one YouTube commenter, innovative acoustic guitar maestro Luca Stricagnoli is the only guy permitted to play a Zeppelin song at Guitar Center. Don't miss his manipulation of the tuning pegs during the song.
Tags: Post, Video, Music, News, Musicians, Guitars, Don, Zeppelin, Guitarists, Luca Stricagnoli, baby I'm not fooling


Dolly Parton singing "Stairway to Heaven"

Here. Here's Dolly Parton doing a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven." You're welcome. Image: YouTube
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Led Zeppelin’s 2007 Reunion Concert Streaming Free for a Limited Time

A quick heads up: Led Zeppelin's 2007 reunion at London's O2 Arena is now streaming free ... for the next two days. Writes Jambase: "Founding members vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page and multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones shared the stage that night for the first time since 1995. Jason Bonham, the son of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, was behind the kit for the 16-song performance. Celebration Day, the concert film and live album documenting the one-off reunion, was rele...
Tags: Google, Music, London, College, Kashmir, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin, Facebook Twitter, John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jason Bonham, Good Times Bad Times


May 20 roundup

Is universal access to reliably functioning electric power better or worse in countries that officially treat access to electric power as a right rather than a private good? [David R. Henderson on Burgess et al., Journal of Economic Perspectives] “There’s bad lawyering, and then there’s lawyering so bad that the Tenth Circuit holds the plaintiffs’ lawyer liable for $1 mil in attorneys’ fees. But that’s what you get if you ignore orders not to file ‘any more prolix, redundant, meandering plead...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Uncategorized, Sanctions, Zeppelin, U S, Van Buren, Second Circuit, Burgess, Tenth Circuit, WBUR, Orin Kerr, Acord, Music And Musicians, Indian tribes, Mashpee Wampanoag


John Mayer Teaches Guitarists How to Play the Blues in a 45-Minute Masterclass

Playing the blues is easy, many a budding guitarist thinks—their starry eyes fixed on the mathiest, proggiest, djent-iest (or whatever) guitar pyrotechnics of their favorite 7- or 8-string slinger. Learn a minor pentatonic blues scale, a few barre chords, some sexy bends, a 12-bar progression and you’re off, right? Why spend time trying to play like Albert King (Jimi Hendrix’s idol) or Buddy Guy when you’re reaching for the ultimate sweep-picking technique, or whatever, in the competitiv...
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Watch the Hindenburg disaster unfold

On May 6, 1937, LZ 129 Hindenburg burst into flames. 36 lives were lost as the horrific event was caught on camera.
Tags: Video, News, History, Disasters, Zeppelin


CS Soapbox: Why Star Wars Needs Taika Waititi

CS Soapbox: Why Star Wars Needs Taika Waititi Taika Waititi is a man that defies description. The kind of artist you can imagine as a child, equipped with a magic marker, running around town, drawing mustaches on anything that even vaguely resembled a face (he probably still does this). The writer/director has become renowned for his inimitable brand of irreverence—something you wouldn’t normally associate with big-budget features. However, Hollywood, or rather Disney, can’t get enough of i...
Tags: Star Wars, Hollywood, Movies, Marvel, Disney, Hitler, Thor, Johnson, Lucasfilm, Hulu, George Lucas, Rian Johnson, Luke Skywalker, Martin Scorsese, Korg, Zeppelin


Canada: Retrograde In Taurus: Ninth Circuit Upholds Judgment That Stairway To Heaven Did Not Infringe Taurus - Aird & Berlis LLP

In the highly-anticipated decision of Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld a jury decision that Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven did not infringe Spirit's Taurus.
Tags: News, Canada, Zeppelin, Ninth Circuit, Skidmore, Berlis LLP, Led Zeppelin the United States Court of Appeals


David Yow takes a trip on the 'Other Side with Zabrecky'

I have watched Zabrecky's latest installment, a seance to connect rocker David Yow with the legendary Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, both backward and forward, yet I can not find a secret message.
Tags: Video, News, Zeppelin, John Bonham, David Yow, Zabrecky, Other Side, Seance, Your Favorite Youtube Seance Series


United States: R.I.P. Inverse Ratio Rule: Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin - Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)

Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin - a case about the opening licks of Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven - has been wending its way through courts in the Ninth Circuit for the past six...
Tags: News, United States, Led Zeppelin, Zeppelin, Ninth Circuit, Skidmore


Led Zeppelin's "Ramble On" -- what makes this song great?

Speaking of one of the Internet's coolest music teachers, Rick Beato... in the most recent episode of his "What Makes This Song Great?," he breaks down Led Zeppelin's rock classic, "Ramble On," from Led Zeppelin II. While Rick's channel is clearly targeted at fellow musicians and students of music, even a failed guitar player and crappy drummer like myself can find real satisfaction in these song deconstructions. If nothing else, it's great to hear the isolated song elements and how they all ...
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United States: No Need To Wonder Anymore: Ninth Circuit Holds Stairway To Heaven Does Not Infringe Taurus - Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

Forty-three years after the release of Led Zeppelin's famous rock ballad Stairway to Heaven, the Ninth Circuit...
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United States: Ninth Circuit Shows Led Zeppelin A Whole Lotta Love In ‘Stairway' Copyright Win - McDermott Will & Emery

Ruling en banc, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reinstated a 2016 jury verdict, finding that the rock band Led Zeppelin and the opening notes of its hit song "Stairway to Heaven" did not infringe the 1967 song "Taurus"...
Tags: News, United States, Emery, McDermott, Zeppelin, US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, Ninth Circuit Shows Led Zeppelin


Punk legend Henry Rollins has a new long-form streaming radio show

Henry Rollins, the hardest working punk in show business, has launched a new long-form streaming radio show via KCRW in Los Angeles! The four-hour first episode of The Cool Quarantine features tunes from Rollins's massive vinyl and cassette collection punctuated with personal stories about the artists. And as we all know, Rollins really knows how to spin a yarn. From Rolling Stone: The debut episode, which runs four hours, features a story about Rollins and his pal, Minor Threat and Fug...
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2020 Hyundai Palisade Review: How Hyundai’s New SUV Stacks Up

2020 Hyundai Palisade In Our Opinion: The 2020 Hyundai Palisade is a tough one for us. There was a lot we liked, from the quiet interior to the engine response on the open road. However, we noticed a few things that make it hard for us to justify owning one. Does that mean you should cross it off your list? No! Not by any stretch of the imagination! By all means, take one for a test drive. You may find the things we have a concern with are not deal breakers for you. And if you are a Hyu...
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United States: Janowitz Speaks To Law360 As "Stairway" Is Cleared Of Copyright Infringement - Pryor Cashman LLP

Law360 published an article outlining the Ninth Circuit's rejection of the claim Led Zeppelin stole the introduction to "Stairway to Heaven" from a little-known 1967 instrumental ballad.
Tags: News, United States, Law360, Zeppelin, Ninth Circuit, Stairway, Cashman LLP, Janowitz


Led Zeppelin wins major copyright battle for 'Stairway to Heaven'

The song remains the same. The rock band Led Zeppelin won a major copyright battle on Monday over claims parts of their popular song "Stairway to Heaven" were stolen.
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Led Zeppelin are safe from copyright infringement in Stairway to Heaven thanks to “pre-1976 music” law

Led Zeppelin have won a case against them (again) that claims they stole elements of their huge track Stairway to Heaven from another thanks to a concrete copyright law for older recordings. Earlier in the decade Led Zeppelin were taken to court by songwriter Randy Wolfe over one of their most famous tracks. Randy alleged that the British band had heard his band Spirit’s song ‘Taurus’ before writing ‘Stairway to Heaven’ and took elements from it. The court case initially concluded that ...
Tags: Music, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Spirit, Circuit, Court Case, Led Zeppelin, Taurus, Digital Music News, Zeppelin, District Court, Randy, US Copyright Office, 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals, Randy Wolfe, Stairway to Heaven


Led Zeppelin: Stairway to Heaven not partly stolen, court affirms

San Francisco appeals panel reinstates 2016 judgment that found no proof 1971 song breached copyright of Taurus by Randy WolfeA US appeals court has reinstated a ruling that British rockers Led Zeppelin did not steal part of their song Stairway to Heaven from another band.The San Francisco 11-judge panel affirmed a 2016 judgment that found no proof the classic 1971 Zeppelin song breached the copyright of Taurus, written by Randy Wolfe from a Los Angeles band called Spirit. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, UK News, World news, US news, Led Zeppelin, Zeppelin, Randy, Randy Wolfe, Spirit Continue


Led Zeppelin wins latest copyright battle in 'Stairway to Heaven' fight

A federal appeals court restored an earlier verdict on whether the iconic rock band's hit "Stairway to Heaven" violated copyright laws.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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Led Zeppelin Win Appeal In “Stairway To Heaven” Case

Led Zeppelin have won the appeal in their "Stairway To Heaven" copyright case. More »
Tags: Music, News, Spirit, Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin, Randy Wolfe