Today is the 46th anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s sixth studio album, a double, Physical Graffiti. I really enjoy this album. It’s not my favorite Zep album but it’s not my least, either. What I do find interesting is how much of it is rehashed throwaways from previous albums. Especially when I see which are the “throwaways.” This is not one of the throwaways. And, it’s not often that I get to highlight my friends. I have shared the stage with three of these players, all three on the extreme right side of the video. Clay Howard (whom you hear me talk about a lot), Chad Huskey on guitar and Davidson Smith on percussion. It’s a great song, too. 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)