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The Drum Nation (I & II)

Drum Nation Volume 1 features the Worldís Greatest Drummers performing with ensembles or solo. Terry Bozzio; Bill Bruford; Steve Smit...

quarta-feira, 31 de julho de 2013

Soulshaker Collection - Deep Funk, Soul & Jazz



 The explosive sound of the deep funk scene is captured perfectly here on one of THE BEST deep funk compilations ever! The SOULSHAKER compilation from RECORD KICKS is a good reminder of why the new deep funk sound is so popular. Almost all tracks here are featured on CD format for the first time.


1.Dynamo Productions - Steppin It Up (6:23) 
2. Sharon Jones & The Dap - Kings - Got A Thing On My Mind (2:55) 
3. The Fran k Popp Ensemble - You've Been Gone Too Long (2:22) 
4. Big Boss Man - Sea Grove (4:26) 
5. Jinrai - Dr Faustus (4:06) 
6. The Bongolian - Champagne And Pizza (2:53) 
7. Sugarman 3 & Co. With Lee Fields - Shot Down (3:07) 
8. The Soul 69 - Soul 69 Theme (3:56) 
9. The Link Quartet - Strudel Girl (3:16) 
10. Montefiori Cocktail - Pardon (3:43) 
11. Mike Painter And The Family Shakers - El Diablos Smelly Shoes (3:21) 
12. Speedometer - Wait Up (3:32) 
13. Andy Lewis - One By One (3:34) 
14. Joseph Henry & The Mighty Imperials - I've Never Found A Girl (3:41) 
15. Mini Vip - Prive (3:16) 
16. Trash Monkeys - Clubtown (3:13) 
17. Studio Davoli - Superpartner (3:54)


1.The Voodoo Trombone Quartet - Your Pleasure Is Our Pleasure
2. Big Boss Man - Kelvin Stardust
3. Speedometer - Have You Got The Message
4. Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings - Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
5. Quantic - Don't Joke With a Hungry Man (feat. Spanky Wilson)
6. Lemon - Hell Yeah
7. Kahuna Kawentzmann - Gogo Sitar
8. Smoove - Coming Back (feat. Jess Roberts)
9. The Link Quartet - Sweet Little Apples
10. The Nick Rossi Set - Foolkiller
11. Sting Ray Davies & The Organites - Upstairs On Boston Road
12. The Boogaloo Investigators - If You Reap
13. The Diplomats of Solid Sound - Loaf And Jug
14. Funexplosion - Love Jet
15. The Soul Destroyers - Fackin' It (feat. Sharon Jackson)
16. Stoned Soul Picnic - Doctor Gonzo
17. The Slow Slushy Boys - I Can't Believe What You Say


1. The Bamboos feat Alice Russell - Trascend Me (4:40) 
2. Breakestra feat Choklate - Take my time (4:56) 
3. Big Daddy Monchin - Ratpack (2:36) 
4. Quantic Soul Orchestra - Pushin'On (3:17) 
5. Phat Fred - Stay on the groove (4:29) 
6. Hi-Fly - Hi-Fidelity (4:43) 
7. Bronx River Parkway - La Valla (3:46) 
8. Smoove - Tired feet (3:16) 
9. 2020Vision vs. New Mastersounds - Belive (3:34) 
10. Gary Davis - Gotta get your love (Kenny Dope rmx) (4:22) 
11. Budos Band - Aynotchesh Yererfu (3:10) 
12. Sweet Vandals - Do it right (3:56) 
13. Poets of Rythm - Practice what you preach (3:22) 
14. Link Quartet - Move move move (3:00) 
15. The Soul Snatcher - Who told you (2:18) 
16. Speak Low - Meters Bread (4:39) 


1. Quantic Ft Alice Russell - The Sound Of Everything (Senorlobo And Watch Remix) (4:21) 
2. The Sweet Vandals - Too Much (4:22) 
3. The Soul Snatchers Ft Curtis T - Good Foot Down (3:12) 
4. Binky Griptite And The Mellomatics - Mellomatic Mood (2:33) 
5. The Boogoos - Bubbles Part 1 (3:19) 
6. Unity - Dont Wanna Change (Aiff Remix) (4:50) 
7. Kokolo - Each One Teach One (4:05) 
8. Steven Perri And Zamaun - Street Scene (3:41) 
9. Unity - Escape (Diesler Remix) (3:27) 
10. Diplomats Of Solid Sound Ft The Diplomettes - Budget Fro (3:24) 
11. Enri - The Performer (3:23)
12. The New Mastersounds - The New Mastersounds-Land Of Nod (Lack Of Afro Remix) (3:50) 
13. Mr. Cosmicstore Ft Nicole Willis - Are You Ready To The Party (4:13) 
14. Baby Charles - Coming From A Higher Place (3:04) 
15. Ben Westbeech - So Good Today (The Dap Kings Remix) (3:11) 
16. Tuomo - Don't Take It Too Hard (3:13)


1. Kings Go Forth - One Day (4:11) 
2. Shaolin Temple Defenders - 7 Deadly Corners (3:44) 
3. Eli "Paperboy" Reed - Satisfier (2:36) 
4. Trio Valore - Return Of The Iron Monkey (2:29) 
5. Kokolo - Girls On Film (3:27) 
6. Unity - I Don't Wanna Change (Nostalgia 77 Remix) (5:20) 
7. Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings - Keep On Looking (Kenny Dope Remix) (5:31) 
8. Zamali - No Luck To Run (3:46) 
9. Andy Lewis - Devastated (Mr. Comicstore Remix) (4:10) 
10. Baby Charles - Time Wasting (3:35) 
11. Osaka Monaurail - Double Up Now (4:02) 
12. Diplomats Of Solid Sound - Trouble Me (2:11)
13. Sweet Divines - Heckuva Man (3:42) 
14. Breakestra - Little Miss Funky Sole (4:38) 
15. New Matersounds - Idle Time (Lack Of Afro Remix) (5:10) 
16. Lee McDonald - Ill Do Anything For You (Red Astaire Philly Mix) (5:37) 


01) Mishal Moore - Oh Lord (Kenny Dope/Kay Dee version)
02) Laura Vane & The Vipertones - Did It Anyway
03) Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators - You Better Change (feat Jimi Tenor)
04) Dojo Cuts - Uptight (feat Roxie Ray)
05) Ray Lugo LES Express - I Dream Of Bahia (feat Elani)
06) Diplomats Of Solid Sound - If You're Wrong (feat The Diplomettes - Lack Of Afro remix)
07) The Hi Fly Orchestra - Roda De Samba
08) Milano Jazz Dance Combo - Turn Up The Heat
09) The New Mastersounds - Bus Stop No 5 (Afrokats Crew remix)
10) Kokolo - Afrika Man (feat Jojo Kuo)
11) Trio Valore - El Compadre
12) Joe Kane & The Privates Hammond Orchestra - I'm Sorry (Can I Please Come Home)
13) The Link Quartet - Purple Haze
14) Soulful Torino Orchestra - Soul Burger
15) Shaolin Temple Defenders - International Soul (Dynamics remix)
16) The Crabs Corporation - Reggae Power
17) Baby Charles - Jackson Fingers
18) Gizelle Smith - June[/SIZE]


1. Elder Williams Smith - His Voice (2:58) 
2. The Liberators - Rags To Riches (Jazz Dance Edit) (4:37) 
3. Ray Harris & The Fusion Experience - Scaramunga (B-Dub Soulshaker Remix) (3:08) 
4. The Underbelly - Shepards Pie (3:59) 
5. Dojo Cuts - Grand Carnival (3:19) 
6. Kokolo Afrobeat Orchestra - Bring It Up (2:42) 
7. The Third Coast Kings - Tonic Stride (5:04) 
8. Shaolin Temple Defenders - I Know What It Is (3:40)
 9. The Diplomats Of Solid Sound - Gimme One More Chance (3:26) 
10. The Pepperpots - Real Tru Love (3:38) 
11. 6Ix Toys - Do Your Thing (3:59) 
12. Los Granadians Del Espacio Exterior - New York City (3:04)
13. Ray Lugo's Les Express - Me Tokan En Japan (3:00)
14. The Hifly Orchestra - Sookie Sookie (6:30) 
15. Roy Ellis & The Teenagers - Let Me Take You Higher (2:36) 
16. The Graps Corporation - Bring Down The Birds (Flying High Mix) (3:04) 
17. The Baker Brothers - Once I Had A Friend (4:08)

PEDRADA PURA!

segunda-feira, 29 de julho de 2013

Aztec Camera

Aztec Camera was a Scottish New wave band formed by Roddy Frame. Formed in 1980, the band went on to release a total of six albums — although, most of the records were essentially written and played by Frame — High Land, Hard Rain (1983), Knife (1984), Love (1987), Stray (1990), Dreamland (1993) and Frestonia (1995)."Oblivious", "Somewhere in My Heart" and "Good Morning Britain" (a duet with former The Clash guitarist Mick Jones) were popular songs for the band.


Knife is the second album by Aztec Camera and was released in 1984. It reached number 14 on the UK Albums Chart – their highest showing at that time. It also charted at #29 on the Swedish Albums Chart.
The original release did not include the acoustic cover of "Jump" by Van Halen; this was added after Aztec Camera's version (originally the B-side of "All I Need Is Everything") gained popularity.

Side A
"Still on Fire" - 3:56
"Just Like the USA" - 4:03
"Head Is Happy (Heart's Insane)" - 4:16
"Back Door to Heaven" - 5:22

Side B
"All I Need Is Everything" - 5:44
"Backwards and Forwards" - 4:13
"The Birth of the True" - 2:42
"Knife" - 9:05
Bonus: Jump (Van Halen)

All songs written by Roddy Frame

Palhinha: (  http://youtu.be/COtZZmWKcRI )

sexta-feira, 26 de julho de 2013

Osibisa - (1971) Woyaya






 Woyaya is the second album by British Afro-pop band Osibisa released in 1971 by MCA. Reissued in 2004 in a two-CD pack together with the self-titled album Osibisa by BGO Records. Although conventionally spelled "Woyaya" the title is actually "Wכyaya" (with a backwards-c), which comes from the Ghanian Akan language. The title song was covered by Art Garfunkel on his debut solo album Angel Clare in 1973.

Osibisa is a Ghanaian Afro-pop band, founded in London in 1969 by four expatriate African and three Caribbean musicians. Osibisa were one of the first African heritage bands to become widely popular and linked with the world music description.





For Angela (ZinhoF)

quarta-feira, 24 de julho de 2013

Antonio Carlos e Jocafi [1973 RCA]


Antônio Carlos e Jocáfi formam uma dupla de cantores e compositores brasileiros, nascidos na Bahia, que começaram a carreira em 1969 no Festival Internacional da Canção e fizeram sucesso na década de 1970. Os nomes verdadeiros dos componentes da dupla são Antônio Carlos Marques Pinto e José Carlos Figueiredo.
Muitas de suas canções fizeram parte da trilha sonora de muitas telenovelas, algumas como tema de abertura. Canções como "Você abusou" foram sucesso na voz de Maria Creuza, que mais tarde se casou com Antônio Carlos.

Another really excellent slice of MPB served up by the RCA Victor studios featuring Antônio Carlos & Jocafi. Every song written by this fantastic duo. Not one bad song on this masterwork of early 70's Brasilian Samba-Pop. Lovely mixture of styles and really sweet production by the staff at RCA Victor. Too many good tracks for me to single out any one number. A solid spinner & one that gets better with each listen. Promise!

Tracks:
01. Teimosa 
02. Glorioso Santo Antonio
03. Dona Da Casa
04. Gamelera (As Moca)
05. Sanfona Veia
06. Deixe Que E Dengo Dela
07. Fraqueza
08. Te Quiero
09. Tereza Guerreira
10. Por Nossa Senhora
11. Um Abraco No Lucien Extensivo Ao Edu Lobo
12. Xamego De Ina

Palhinha:  Glorioso Santo Antonio http://youtu.be/6rAJhCJbnck

sábado, 20 de julho de 2013

David Coverdale



David Coverdale (born 22 September 1951) is an English rock singer most famous for his work with Whitesnake, the commercially successful hard rock band he founded in 1978. Before Whitesnake, Coverdale was the lead singer of Deep Purple from late 1973 to March 15, 1976, when he resigned from the band and established his solo career.


In 1973, Coverdale saw an article in a copy of Melody Maker, which said that Deep Purple was auditioning for singers to replace Ian Gillan. Coverdale had fronted a local group called The Government, which had played with Deep Purple on the same bill in 1969, so both he and the band were familiar with one another, and after sending a tape and later auditioning, Coverdale was admitted into the band, with bassist Glenn Hughes adding his own vocals as well.
In February 1974, Deep Purple released their first album with Coverdale and Hughes titled Burn which was certified Gold in the US on 20 March 1974 and in the UK on 1 July. In April 1974, Coverdale and Deep Purple performed to over 200,000 music fans on his first trip to America at the California Jam.


After the demise of Deep Purple, Coverdale embarked on a solo career. He released his first album in February 1977, titled White Snake. All songs were written by Coverdale and guitarist Micky Moody. As his first solo effort, Coverdale later admitted: "It's very difficult to think back and talk sensibly about the first album. White Snake had been a very inward looking, reflective and low-key affair in many ways, written and recorded as it was in the aftermath of the collapse of Deep Purple." Even though the album was not successful, its title inspired the name of Coverdale's future band. In 1978 Coverdale released his second solo album Northwinds, which was received much better than the previous album. But before the album's release, he had already formed a new band: Whitesnake.

In 1982, according to British heavy metal magazine Kerrang!, Coverdale was considered for the vocalist position with Black Sabbath following the departure of Ronnie James Dio. Coverdale declined.

Now, some albuns to celebrate the career of this great Rock Singer...

In his Deep Purple phase:

Burn introduced a new unknown vocalist David Coverdale, and new bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes from Trapeze. The album was recorded in Montreux, Switzerland, in November 1973 with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio. With the addition of Coverdale and Hughes, Purple's hard rock sound became more boogie oriented, incorporating elements of soul and funk.


Deep Purple - 1977 - Last Concert in Japan

Last Concert in Japan is an album by Deep Purple released in March 1977. It records the last Japanese concert of the Mark IV-lineup with Tommy Bolin. This album was recorded on 15 December 1975 at the Tokyo Budokan and achieved a gold certification in Japan.

Tommy Bolin - guitar, vocals
David Coverdale - lead vocals
Glenn Hughes - bass, vocals
Jon Lord - keyboards, Hammond organ, backing vocals
Ian Paice - drums, percussion


The Early Years is a double CD compilation album released in 2003 by David Coverdale of Deep Purple and Whitesnake, not to be confused with the Whitesnake compilation album The Early Years released in 2004. It contains his first two solo releases, White Snake, and Northwinds, released in 1977 and 1978, respectively.

  

White Snake
"Lady" - 3:48
"Blindman" (Coverdale) - 6:01
"Goldies Place" (Coverdale) - 5:03
"Whitesnake" - 4:22
"Time on My Side" - 4:26
"Peace Lovin' Man" (Coverdale) - 4:53
"Sunny Days" (Coverdale) - 3:31
"Hole in the Sky" (Coverdale) - 3:23
"Celebration" - 4:11
"Peace Lovin' Man" (Take 1) – 5:04
"Sunny Days" (Take 1) – 03:21

David Coverdale - lead vocals
Micky Moody - guitars, backing vocals
Simon Phillips - drums, percussion
De Lisle Harper - bass
Tim Hinkley - keyboards, backing vocals
Ron Aspery - saxophone, flute
Roger Glover - synthesizer, production
Liza Strike - backing vocals
Helen Chappelle - backing vocals
Barry St. John - backing vocals


Northwinds
"Keep on Giving Me Love" - 5:16
"Northwinds" (Coverdale) - 6:13
"Give Me Kindness" (Coverdale) - 4:34
"Time and Again" (Coverdale) - 4:02
"Queen of Hearts" - 5:16
"Only My Soul" (Coverdale) - 4:36
"Say You Love Me" (Coverdale) - 4:21
"Breakdown" - 5:15
"Shame the Devil" (Coverdale) - 3:35
"Sweet Mistreater" (Coverdale) - 3:45

David Coverdale - lead vocals
Micky Moody - guitars, backing vocals
Tony Newman - drums, percussion
Alan Spenner - bass
Tim Hinkley - keyboards, backing vocals
Roger Glover - synthesizer, production
Ronnie James Dio - backing vocals on "Give Me Kindness"
Wendy Dio - backing vocals on "Give Me Kindness"


In the early spring of 1991, a collaboration was set up with guitarist Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin fame. Both parties have said that the collaboration revitalized them on many levels. This collaboration resulted in the Coverdale-Page album released in March 1993. The album was a hit all over the world reaching number 4 in the UK and number 5 in the US, which was certified Platinum in the US on 7 April 1995, but the US tour for the album had to be cancelled due to slow ticket sales and after only a limited Japanese tour, Coverdale and Page parted ways. In part, the problem had been the comparison to Robert Plant who had fronted Led Zeppelin, as vocalist, with Jimmy Page. Some of their audience criticized Coverdale, feeling he was merely a Plant clone. Others felt the short-lived collaboration only served to inspire Page to once again hook up with Plant, a year later.

All songs written and composed by David Coverdale and Jimmy Page.

1. "Shake My Tree"   4:54
2. "Waiting on You"   5:16
3. "Take Me for a Little While"   6:17
4. "Pride and Joy"   3:32
5. "Over Now"   5:24
6. "Feeling Hot"   4:11
7. "Easy Does It"   5:53
8. "Take a Look at Yourself"   5:02
9. "Don't Leave Me This Way"   7:53
10. "Absolution Blues"   6:00
11. "Whisper a Prayer for the Dying"   6:54




Into the Light is the third solo album by David Coverdale. It was released in September 2000.
In an interview with Classic Rock magazine in 2000, Coverdale stated: "The whole premise of my new record, Into The Light, is about coming out of what I felt was a dark period... I didn't really know who I was, using the illusion of David Coverdale I've created, or that other people have. I got tired of trying to live up to that, which is not necessarily who I am."
"Too Many Tears" was a new arrangement of the same song originally appearing on Coverdale's previous studio album, Whitesnake's Restless Heart.


In between 1978 and 1997, Coverdale and his band Whitesnake produced 10 studio albums.


Whitesnake are a British rock band, founded in 1978 by David Coverdale after his departure from his previous band, Deep Purple. Their early material has been compared by critics to Deep Purple, but they slowly began moving for a more commercially accessible hard rock style. By the turn of the decade, the band's commercial fortunes changed and they released a string of UK top 10 albums, Ready an' Willing (1980), Come an' Get It (1981), Saints & Sinners (1982) and Slide It In (1984), the latter of which was their first to chart in the US and eventually went 2x platinum.
The band's 1987 self-titled album was their most commercially successful worldwide, and contained two major US hits, "Here I Go Again" and "Is This Love", reaching number one and two on the Hot 100. In 1988, Whitesnake was nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Group. Slip of the Tongue (1989), was also a success, reaching the top 10 in the US and UK, and receiving a 2x platinum US certification. The band split up shortly after this release, but had a reunion in 1994, and released a one-off studio album, Restless Heart (1997).
Whitesnake officially reformed in 2002 and have been touring together since, releasing two studio albums, Good to Be Bad (2008) and Forevermore (2011). In 2005, Whitesnake was named the 85th greatest hard rock band of all time by VH1.
This a selection to summarize Whitesnake years:



01 - Fool for Your Loving
02 - Don't Break My Heart Again
03 - Love Ain't No Stranger
04 - Is This Love
05 - Now You're Gone (US remix)
06 - Give Me All Your Love
07 - Ready an' Willing
08 - Guilty of Love
09 - Would I Lie to You
10 - Long Way from Home
11 - The Deeper the Love
12 - Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City
13 - Too Many Tears
14 - Give Me More Time
15 - Standing in the Shadow
16 - Here I Go Again
17 - Still of the Night


Dedicated to Lucy Jones...

sexta-feira, 19 de julho de 2013

Lloyd Cole and The Commotions


Lloyd Cole and the Commotions were a British pop band that formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1982. Between 1984 and 1989, the band scored four Top 20 albums and five Top 40 singles in the UK. After breaking up in 1989, Cole embarked on a solo career but the band reformed briefly in 2004 to perform a 20th anniversary mini-tour of the UK and Ireland.


The band were formed whilst Cole (who was born in Derbyshire, England) was studying at the University of Glasgow. They signed to Polydor Records; their debut single "Perfect Skin" reaching number 26 in the UK charts in Spring 1984, while the second single "Forest Fire" reached 41. The first album, Rattlesnakes, was released in October 1984. Produced by Paul Hardiman and featuring string arrangements by Anne Dudley, the album peaked at No. 13 in the UK and was certified Gold for sales over 100,000 copies. NME included in its Top 100 Albums of All-Time list, and the title track was later covered by the American singer Tori Amos. The Welsh band Manic Street Preachers included the album amongst their top ten list.







The bulk of the album was written by frontman Lloyd Cole, who formed the band while a student at the University of Glasgow. Cole cites Bob Dylan and Booker T. & the MGs as major influences, but also notes the impact of his studies in English and philosophy on both the album's title, a reference to the novel Play It As It Lays by Joan Didion, and its lyrics, which also reference Renata Adler, Simone de Beauvoir and Norman Mailer.

Tracks:
"Perfect Skin" – 3:16
"Speedboat" – 4:37
"Rattlesnakes" (Cole, Neil Clark) – 3:28
"Down on Mission Street" – 3:49
"Forest Fire" – 4:39
"Charlotte Street" – 3:55
"2cv" – 2:52
"Four Flights Up" (Cole, Lawrence Donegan) – 2:37
"Patience" (Cole, Blair Cowan) – 3:40
"Are You Ready to Be Heartbroken?" (Cole, Clark) – 3:06
All songs were written by Lloyd Cole, except where noted.

quarta-feira, 17 de julho de 2013

Archie Whitewater

An eight member musical entity developed in the early 1970's, which revitalized the musical art, by emphasizing the importance of the music, not the men adj: of, relating to, or having the characteristics of a style of musical expression in the 1970's, that is marked generally by strong harmonic textures and well defined melodies, made special by the distinctive quality of composition and the unique timbre.

There is no information about his Biography on the Internet.

Despite selling regularly for £100+, Archie Whitewater's rare 1970 album for Cadet Concept has never been on CD before. The album is extremely in-demand among fans of funky breaks, attracting collectors of psychedelia, funk, jazz rock, horn rock and hip-hop alike.

Based in New York, Archie Whitewater were spotted by Robert Stigwood and signed to the same Chess stable as the acclaimed Rotary Connection. The LP is re-mastered from the original tapes. Highlight Cross Country was famously sampled by hiphop legend Common (on Chapter 13 - Rich Man Vs Poor Man ) while Hulk was borrowed by Blahzay Blahzay.






Tracks:
A1 Don't Be Short
A2 Northstar
A3 Mist Of The Early Morning
A4 Life Is A River
A5 Friends And Neighbors
A6 Country To The City
B1 Home Again
B2 Cross Country
B3 Lament For The Walking Dead
B4 Seacost

B5 Hulk

Palhinha: ( http://youtu.be/s8X-8s6TwBE  )


sábado, 13 de julho de 2013

Led Zeppelin




Led Zeppelin were an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The band consisted of guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant, bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. The group's heavy, guitar-driven sound, rooted in blues on their early albums, has drawn them recognition as one of the progenitors of heavy metal, though their unique style drew from a wide variety of influences, including folk music.



After changing their name from the New Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin signed a deal with Atlantic Records that afforded them considerable artistic freedom. Although the group was initially unpopular with critics, they achieved significant commercial success with albums such as Led Zeppelin (1969), Led Zeppelin II (1969), Led Zeppelin III (1970), their untitled fourth album (1971), Houses of the Holy (1973), and Physical Graffiti (1975). Their fourth album, which features the track "Stairway to Heaven", is among the most popular and influential works in rock music, and it helped to cement the popularity of the group.


Page wrote most of the music early in Led Zeppelin's career, while Plant generally supplied the songs' lyrics. Jones' keyboard-based compositions later became central to the group's music, and their later albums featured greater experimentation. The latter half of the band's career saw a series of record-breaking tours that earned them a reputation for excess and debauchery. 


Although they remained commercially and critically successful, their output and touring schedule were limited in the late 1970s, and the group disbanded following Bonham's death from alcohol-related asphyxia in 1980. In the decades since, the surviving members have sporadically collaborated and participated in one-off Led Zeppelin reunions. The most successful of these was at the 2007 Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert in London, with Jason Bonham taking his late father's place behind the drums.


Led Zeppelin are widely considered one of the most successful, innovative and influential rock groups in history. 

In December 26th, 2012, Led Zeppelin group was recognized by their achievements in music at Kennedy Center Honors. The annual event recognizes recipients for their lifetime contributions to American culture through the performing arts in dance, music, theater, opera, motion pictures and television. See the video, and the emotion of Led members...













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