Grohl has been using some unorthodox but unsurprising methods of physical therapy.
Led Zeppelin’s leader talks about “Presence,” “In Through the Out Door,” “Coda” and his future.
It’s sped up, but a bit more mellow than the original.
It’s just as rocking as the album version.
Robert Plant’s early albums may provide a good hint.
In the film, Plant plays an asphalt salesman from, wait for it, Black Dog Tarmac Ltd.
Mainly because they sound a lot like the classic acts he already loves.
It’s off the ‘Coda’ reissue, which is due out July 31.
The band is notoriously picky about their music being used in films and TV and are known to be one of the most expensive to license.
They’re out July 31.
Hint: Never ever ever ask Jimmy Page about any unauthorized Led Zeppelin books.
Oh, and “one of the greatest bands in history,” they’re cool with that, too.
If Spirit win the lawsuit, it could give deceased guitar player Randy California’s estate millions of dollars as well as garner him a writing credit.
It’s actually an outtake version of the song that’s been dubbed “Brandy and Coke” on the “Physical Graffiti” reissue.
British magazine MOJO compiled a tribute to “Physical Graffiti” with White Denim, Blackberry Smoke, Laura Marling, Michael Kiwanuka and others.
The track comes from their 1975 album ‘Physical Graffiti,’ which gets reissued on Feb. 24.