I was in my studio this morning at 715a and with the exception of about 35 minutes, was in there until 515p. I was working on a political ad for TV and online as well as The Man Who Ate the Town. Add the “Big Job” and I’m worn out. Tomorrow is the “big job’s” culmination so it’s almost over for this year. Today is the 45th anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti album. It is one of my faves from Zep and has a ton of great songs on its 2xLP set. Probably the biggest “hit” on the album was this song (at least in my eyes/ears) and this cover is done by one of my favorite humans, Mr. Clay Howard, and his amazing “rock spectacles.” Enjoy!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Oh, pilot of the storm who leaves no trace like thoughts inside a dream. Here is the path that led me to that place; yellow desert stream. My Shangri-La beneath the summer moon. I will return again. Sure as the dust that floats high in June when movin’ through Kashmir.” – “Kashmir” (Bonham/Page/Plant)