Ten Years Gone - Hammer Of The Gods - Hammer Of The Gods
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Record producer Rick Rubin has described the song as, "A deep, reflective piece with hypnotic, interweaving riffs. Light and dark, shadow and glare. It sounds like nature coming through the speakers. Jimmy Page had originally intended the song to be an instrumental piece; he recorded around 14 guitar tracks to overdub the harmony section. Plant explained this in an interview in Let me tell you a little story behind the song "Ten Years Gone" on our new album.
I was working my ass off before joining Zeppelin. A lady I really dearly loved said, "Right. It's me or your fans. She's got a washing machine that works by itself and a little sports car.
We wouldn't have anything to say anymore. I could probably relate to her, but she couldn't relate to me. I'd be smiling too much.
Ten years gone, I'm afraid. Anyway, there's a gamble for you. Live versions of this song were performed on Led Zeppelin's concert tour of the United States. John Paul Jones originally played the melody on an acoustic guitar before introducing a custom triple-necked instrument created by Andy Mansonthat included six-string and twelve-string guitars, a mandolin, and bass pedals. The band again played the song Ten Years Gone - Hammer Of The Gods - Hammer Of The Gods the first date of the concerts at Knebworth on 4 August which was also their last time playing it in concert.
They cut it from their set on their second and final Knebworth appearance on 11 August, due to problems with the sound system. Page and Plant performed this song only once, during their tour on 15 February in Osaka. Page also performed this song on his tour with the Black Crowes in We did "Ten Years Gone" and all of a sudden I heard all of the guitar parts that I had never heard apart from on record. We could never do all those guitar parts with just Wheres The Truck - Various - On The Road Again - 20 Great Truck Driving Hits one guitar with Led Zeppelin.
It was fantastic. One version is included on Live at the Greek In a contemporary review of Physical GraffitiJim Miller of Rolling Stone described "Ten Years Gone" as having a progression reminiscent of the Beatles ' " Dear Prudence " that "resolves in a beautifully waddling refrain. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the song by Led Zeppelin. Main article: List of cover versions of Led Zeppelin songs.
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