The Top 5 Near-Led Zeppelin Moments
Five live performances by at least one member of Led Zeppelin that get the Led out.
04. Coverdale/Page: "Black Dog"
This 1993 performance of "Black Dog" by Coverdale/Page in Osaka, Japan, benefits from several factors:
First, you get some bonus Zeppelin, since the band teases the audience with several bars of "Out On the Tiles" from Led Zeppelin III (just like Zep used to do it). Then you have the ageless David Coverdale's very convincing vocals.
Last but not least, there's the presence of one Jimmy Page, who launches into a lengthy -- and very Led Zeppelin-esque -- solo on a Gibson Les Paul at around 5:37.
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