Led Zeppelin - Trampled Under Foot (Stereo!) Video

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rampled Under Foot
Greasy slicked down body, groovy leather trim
I like the way you hold the road, mama, it ain't no sin
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
Trouble-free transmission, helps your oil's flow
Mama, let me pump your gas, mama, let me do it all
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
Dig that heavy metal underneath your hood
Baby, I could work all night, believe I've got the perfect tools
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
A model built for comfort, really built with style
Specialist tradition, mama, let me feast my eyes
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
Factory air-conditioned, heat begins to rise
Guaranteed to run for hours, mama it's a perfect size
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
Groovin' on the freeway, gauge is on the red
Gun down on my gasoline, I believe I'm gonna crack a head.
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
I can't stop talkin' about.
Come to me for service every hundred miles
Baby, let me check your points, fix your overdrive
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
Fully automatic, comes in any size
Makes me wonder what I did, before we synchronized
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
Feather-light suspension, coils just couldn't hold
I'm so glad I took a look inside your showroom doors
Talkin' 'bout love (X3)
Oh, I can't stop talkin' about love.
Physical Graffiti is the sixth album, a double album by the English hard rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released on February 24, 1975 (see 1975 in music) and was the band's first release on its own Swan Song Records label.
The remaining eight songs were all recorded during the sessions for Physical Graffiti in early 1974. Additional overdubs were added and the final mixing was performed in October 1974 by Keith Harwood.
The original album jacket for the LP included die-cut windows on the building shown on the cover. As the inner sleeves for the discs were inserted in different orientations, various objects and people would appear in the windows, including photos of the band members in drag. The two buildings photographed for the album cover are located at 96 and 98 St. Mark's Place in New York City. These are the same buildings Mick Jagger is in front of in the Rolling Stones music video "Waiting on a Friend".
A review in Rolling Stone magazine referred to Physical Graffiti as Led Zeppelin's "bid for artistic respectability", adding that the only competition the band had for the title of 'World's Best Rock Band' were The Rolling Stones and The Who. The album was a massive commercial and critical success, reaching #1 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart, and has proven to be one of the most popular releases by the group, selling 16 million copies in the United States alone. Physical Graffiti was the first album to go gold on advance orders alone.[4] Shortly after the release of Physical Graffiti, all previous Led Zeppelin albums simultaneously re-entered the top-200 album chart. In 1998 Q magazine readers voted Physical Graffiti the 28th greatest album of all time; in 20 Q placed it at number 32 in its list of the 100 Greatest British Albums Ever; and in 2001 the same magazine named it as one of the 50 Heaviest Albums Of All Time. In 2003 the TV network VH1 named it the 71st greatest album ever. Rolling Stone ranked it #70 on their list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Track listing:
1. "Custard Pie" (Jimmy Page, Robert Plant) -- 4:13
2. "The Rover" (Page, Plant) -- 5:37
3. "In My Time of Dying" (Page, Plant, John Paul Jones, John Bonham) -- 11:05
4. "Houses of the Holy" (Page, Plant) -- 4:02
5. "Trampled Under Foot" (Page, Plant, Jones) -- 5:36
6. "Kashmir" (Page, Plant, Bonham) -- 8:29
7. "In the Light" (Page, Plant, Jones) -- 8:46
8. "Bron-Yr-Aur"* (Page) -- 2:06
9. "Down by the Seaside" (Page, Plant) -- 5:13
10. "Ten Years Gone" (Page, Plant) -- 6:32
11. "Night Flight" (Jones, Page, Plant) -- 3:36
12. "The Wanton Song" (Page, Plant) -- 4:07
13. "Boogie with Stu" (Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant, Ian Stewart, Ritchie Valens**) -- 3:53
14. "Black Country Woman" (Page, Plant) -- 4:24
15. "Sick Again" (Page, Plant) -- 4:42
Jimmy Page -- acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, producer
Robert Plant -- harmonica, vocals, acoustic guitar on "Boogie with Stu"
John Paul Jones -- bass, keyboards, mellotron, guitar, mandolin
John Bonham -- drums, percussion
"Trampled Under Foot" bears a strong resemblance to the Styx hit "Renegade," which was released in 1979. Likewise, there is an extremely strong resemblance between "Trampled Under Foot" and The Doobie Brothers 1973 release "Long Train Runnin'", originally pre-worked as "Osborne" in 1972. Some have accused Finer 11 of stealing the riff with the song "Paralyzer."
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