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8 Replies to “ Belly Dancers Introduction / Kashmir - Jimmy Page / Robert Plant - The Song Still Remains (CD) ”

  1. Jimmy Page / Robert Plant ‎– The Song Still Remains Label: Real Live ‎– PP A/B Belly Dancers Introduction / Kashmir: Rockn' Roll: Notes Live at Madison Square Garden, New York, October 26th & 27th Reviews Add Review.
  2. A live performance of Kashmir, by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant with the Egyptian orchestra leaded by Hossam Ramzi. This is from the No Quarter: Jimmy Page & R.
  3. Check out Kashmir by Jimmy Page & Robert Plant on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on ogelubenorad.cardenistingloustaseresfitojocu.co1/5(1).
  4. Kashmir, a song by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
  5. "Kashmir" is a song by the English rock band Led Zeppelin. Included on their sixth album Physical Graffiti (), it was written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (with contributions from John Bonham) over a period of three years with lyrics dating to The song became a concert staple, performed by the band at almost every concert after its release.
  6. Billy from Nederland, Tx When it coomes down to it I have agree with Jimmy Page, I think "Stairway to Heaven" is better, but still this song is musical journey to Kashmir. Great song. Martha from Long Beach, Ca I listen to the original version of Kashmir and the Page and Plant live album version. They both take you away to a better place with.
  7. Jan 30,  · “I wish we were remembered for Kashmir more than Stairway To Heaven,” Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant told me more than three decades after the the former song was first released as the last track on side two of the band’s Physical Graffiti double album. “It’s so right; there’s nothing overblown, no vocal hysterics. Perfect Zeppelin.” It certainly is.
  8. 18 hours ago · A crushing Jimmy Page riff. John Bonham’s funky but powerful drumming. A year old Robert Plant wailing, “In the days of my youth/I was told what it was to be a man.” And John Paul Jones’ understated but vital bass playing. Those elements kicked off the first song .

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