One Reply to “Monday Music: Led Zeppelin: Kashmir (live)”

  1. Zep reminds us that “Kashmir” remains among the most inventive and transporting of power chord workouts. It also feels like a pointed way to connect Middle eastern culture to Western, bridging a badly-damaged global connection and heal blindness. “To sit with elders of the gentle race
    This world has seldom seen
    They talk of days for which they sit and wait
    All will be revealed
    Talk in song from tongues of lilting grace
    Sounds caress my ear
    And not a word I heard could I relate
    The story was quite clear
    Oh, baby, I been blind”

    Thanks Ed, for this one. — KL

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