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Song of the day: Led Zeppelin- Stairway To Heaven

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At the start of the seventies, Led Zeppelin were a popular band. Read the rest of this entry

Song of the day: Rolling Stones- She’s A Rainbow

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John Lennon said it in 1971, I thought it when I saw the cover of the single again: this could be an imitation of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Lennon went further and said the song She’s A Rainbow was an imitation of All You Need Is Love. Fact is that the song is quite strange. It starts with a piano, which becomes a motif, the Stones sing like children, and it stops with a strange guitar chord. The strings of the song are arranged by John Paul Jones, a later member of Led Zeppelin. It would be a number 25 hit in the US. Enjoy

The Rolling Stones- She’s A Rainbow

Song of the day: Capital Cities- Safe And Sound

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And then there was Capital Cities, a new band. And I must say: I thought Led Zeppelin had returned to the hit parades. You might know why: the zeppelin on the cover was quite a trick. However, the song is not quite like the Led Zeppelin work. It’s strange, I can’t get a hold on it: what genre it is, I have no idea. That it sounds good is a fact, so today the song of the day is:

Capital Cities- Safe And Sound