Insight, News, and Opinion by Nick Abramo
  • October 21, 2021

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97X Song Of The Daze

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Led Zeppelin “BRING IT ON HOME”
This Willie Dixon cover is full-on blues at the beginning and end of the song. But the middle is knock-your-socks-off stuff, with Jimmy Page’s scorching electric guitar with a dynamite rhythm section of bassist John Paul Jones and drummer John Bonham pushing the pulse. Singer Robert Plant shows his versatility with his deep, brooding vocals during the blues parts and a complementing harmonica that fits right in with Jones’ ambling bass line to give listeners an indelible essence of, as Plant croons, a “train rollin’ down the track.” Well, that train arrives with a bang and you then get the sense that it’s really moving and shaking and, pardon the pun, locomoting. Not only that, but the lyrics speed up to tell the tale of how a man can’t get home quick enough to his woman. There is excellent interplay with Page’s guitar and Jones’ bass riffing off of each other, but everything is moving so fast, it’s hard to tell where one stops and the other takes over. All the while, Bonham is bomp-bomp-bomping and tic-tic-tac-tac-bashing-slam-slamming away. So, the recommendation here is to listen to it loud and get your rock and roll blood flowing.
— Nick Abramo, Bedrock Sports Hawaii