Nobodys Fault But Mine - Various - The Early Blues Roots Of Led Zeppelin (CD)


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Label: Catfish Records - KATCD166X • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Blues •


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Early Blues Roots Of Led Zeppelin on Discogs.
  2. And early Zep certainly borrowed deeply from both blues and folk traditions, albeit they made their tunes a lot heavier. There are a number of obvious choices here, tunes the band actually covered, such as Memphis Minnie 's "When the Levee Breaks," "Gallis Pole," by Leadbelly, which means the same thing as "Gallow's Pole," and Blind Willie Johnson 's "Nobody's Fault But Mine."8/
  3. Led Zeppelin perform "Nobody's Fault But Mine" at Knebworth From the official Led Zeppelin DVD (). get to see them like lounden did i have changed and belive in GOD BUT I STILL LOVE ZEP they are the master of the blues and will live on forever eric. reply; Nobody's Fault But Mine. .
  4. Led Zeppelin, "Nobody's Fault but Mine." Taken from the self-titled box set. Originally released by Atlantic Records on "Presence,"
  5. Comments: Dangerkitty from Socal To those complaining about Led Zeppelin ripping off the artists they did-well, to be honest, you are comparing apples to nuclear bombs. If Blind Willie could have heard this song, his head would have exploded. Same goes for the Beatles, the Stones, and many other blues artists of the times-they hated what they heard in England so they took what they could.
  6. Beginning with the Led Zeppelin North American Tour , "Nobody's Fault but Mine" became a regular component of Led Zeppelin concerts, with performances at nearly every show up to the group's final tour of Europe in A live version was filmed and recorded at Knebworth in and is included on the Led Zeppelin DVD.
  7. This was inspired by American Blues singer Blind Willie Johnson, who played in the s. In searching for a deeper meaning to the song, fans came up with a few ideas. Some thought it was about Jimmy Page's blossoming heroin addiction. Others thought it was comparable to Robert Johnson's "Hellhound On My Trail," in that it was Plant lamenting Zeppelin's supposed deal with the devil.
  8. Nobody's Fault But Mine Lyrics: Oh, nobody's fault but mine / Nobody's fault but mine / Trying to save my soul tonight / Oh, it's nobody's fault but mine / Devil he taught me to roll / Devil he.

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