Trampled Under Foot - Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti (Cassette, Album)

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  1. studio album by Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti Studio album by Led Zeppelin Released24 February RecordedJuly and December , January–March , May , January–February at multiple locations GenreRock Length LabelSwan Song ProducerJimmy Page Led Zeppelin chronology Houses of the Holy Physical Graffiti Presence Singles from Physical Graffiti "Trampled Under Foot" / "Black Country Woman" Released: 2 April Physical Graffiti Genre: Rock.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Physical Graffiti on Discogs. Label: Swan Song - CS • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: US • 4/5(10).
  3. Led Zeppelin = レッド・ツェッペリン* Led Zeppelin = レッド・ツェッペリン* - Physical Graffiti = フィジカル・グラフィティ ‎ (2xLP, Album, Ltd) Swan Song: P~4N: Japan: Sell This Version/5(5).
  4. Led Zeppelin = レッド・ツェッペリン* Led Zeppelin = レッド・ツェッペリン* - Physical Graffiti = フィジカル・グラフィティ ‎ (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Car) Swan Song, Warner Music: WPCR/6: Japan: Sell This Version/5(24).
  5. Feb 25,  · Includes Kashmir & Trampled Under Foot remastered & produced by Jimmy Page Label Cat# Country Year; SSK , SS Led Zeppelin: Physical Graffiti Swan Song, Swan Song: W /1, Brazil: Unknown: Sell This Version: SSK Led Zeppelin: Physical Graffiti ‎ (2xLP, Album, Dou) Swan Song: SSK UK: Unknown: Sell.
  6. The lyrics were inspired by Robert Johnson’s “Terraplane Blues.” A Terraplane is a classic car, and the song uses car parts as metaphors for sex. Per Wikipedia, Trampled Under Foot is.
  7. "Trampled Under Foot" is a song by English rock group Led Zeppelin. A funk-influenced piece with John Paul Jones on clavinet, it was included on their album Physical Graffiti. The song saw release as a single in several countries and was frequently performed in concert.
  8. Physical Graffiti has its share of rock radio classics too—see the haunting “Kashmir,” which mixes a punishing groove with Middle Eastern modes and features one of Robert Plant’s most unhinged vocals, and the supremely funky “Trampled Under Foot” (John Paul Jones credits Stevie Wonder as the inspiration for its clavinet-delivered stomp).