Hard Rock albums don’t get any better than Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti. Their 6th studio album was their first on Swan Song. From great electric blues (In My Time of Dying) to groundbreaking rock n roll epics (Kashmir) to accoustic (Black Country Woman) and straight forward rock n roll (Boogie with Stu…originally “Ooh My Head” by Ritchie Valens). Below I’ve collected performances of every song on this great album. By the way, if you ever want to visit the actual building on the classic cover, it is located at 96 and 98 St. Mark’s Place in NYC.
Enjoy! – Waters
…a couple performances from Seattle…
Could not find a special version anywhere…
Check out Bron Yr Aur with footage from the cottage known as Bron Yr Aur in Wales where they wrote many of their songs in the early days.
Check out West Seattle’s School of Rock! This is Impressive!!!!
Led Zeppelin’s, Boogie with Stu actually started life as a Ritchie Valens song called, “Ooh My Head”. Here is the original version. Starts about 45 seconds in.
Black Country Woman with a little bit of Zeppelin III’s Bron Yr Aur Stomp.