This was written and originally recorded by blues great Robert Johnson. Led Zeppelin borrowed heavily from American blues music. , CA)
Suggestion credit: Henric - San Diego (Vaxjo
Led Zeppelin first played this for a BBC session in 1969, but the song was never released on an album. It was placed on the Box Set in 1990, and it was also made a bonus track on the Coda album for the Complete Studio Recordings.
Suggestion credit: A.J. - Toledo, OH
Jimmy Page used a 12-string acoustic guitar to play this song.
Suggestion credit: Jordan - St. Louis, MO
In the third verse, it sounds like Robert Plant mistakenly sings "My baby geen bone" instead of 'My baby been gone."
Suggestion credit: Nate - Buffalo, NY
The lyric, "I've had no lovin' since my baby been gone" came from B.B. King's "Woke Up This Morning (My Baby Was Gone)."
To get the fast bass beats, John Bonham used "triplets" on the bass drum - he would use the tip of his toe.
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