8 thoughts on “ I Cant Quit You Baby - Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin (CD, Album) ”

  1. I CAN'T QUIT YOU BABY As recorded by Led Zeppelin (From the Album LED ZEPPELIN) Words and Music by Willie Dixon Arranged by Jimmy Page Transcribed by hardchitabwicehadulinksosarecan.coinfo Gtr I (E A D G B E) - 'Jimmy Page'.
  2. House of Elrond, the bootlegger that put this two-CD set together in , will not be accused of perfect packaging -- the label states that there are 11 tracks on disc two when, in fact, there are only nine. But while this bootleg is imperfect and less than essential, it is generally quite pleasing if you're a serious Led Zeppelin .
  3. A very nice two-disc set of Led Zeppelin's performance at Bill Grahams's Fillmore West on 27th Apr One of the early Zeppelin tours, I think this is the second US tour. Soundboard and excellent audience mix. Mixed so as to sound almost same from one source. Very, very nice early Zeppelin .
  4. Licensing "I Cant Quit You Baby" by Led Zeppelin Please select the type of project you need a license for from the list below. If you're not sure what you need, that's OK.
  5. I Can't Quit You Baby Lyrics: Oh, I can't quit you, babe / So I'm gonna put you down for awhile / I said I can't quit you, babe / I guess I'm gonna have to put you down for awhile / Said you.
  6. Jul 23,  · “I Can’t Quit You Baby” – ‘Led Zeppelin I’ () Share Of the two Willie Dixon covers on Zeppelin’s debut, “I Can’t Quit You Baby” is the superior by leaps and bounds, even though it doesn’t stray too far from the source material.
  7. This zestful classic rock love song mixed with well times blues music that is I Can’t Quit You Baby by Led Zeppelin appears to symbolize someone admitting to another person that they are metaphorically addicted to this particular person love andor lust wise and quitting them is going to be far from easy. The soulful rock song and strategic instrument guitars add additional intensity to I Can’t Quit You Baby song by Led Zeppelin.5/5(5).
  8. "I Can't Quit You Baby" was another Willie Dixon-penned blues number. It was recorded live in the studio, and arranged in a slower and more laid-back style compared to some of the other material on the album. "How Many More Times" was the group's closing live number in their early career.

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