I haven’t heard Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir” in so very long. Enjoy it with me; this is a classic masterpiece.
These are all external links to one of the internet’s finest music forums, in which I have contributed bits and pieces of my writing skill in my spare time. Enjoy.
I wrote this for one of the web’s finest rock forums. Check it out.
KISS - “Then She Kissed Me”
One of my favourite cover songs. And I just love it so much.
This is a “journal” thread hosted on one of the net’s finest music forums. It’s where I stash away music I love. Take a peek if you dare. It’s quite a mix.
Pat Benatar- Wuthering Heights (Kate Bush Cover)
Written by Bush when she was 18, the song is based on the novel of the same name. Kate Bush was inspired to write the song by the last ten minutes of the 1970 film version of Wuthering Heights. She then read the book and discovered that she shared her birthday (30 July) with Emily Brontë. Bush reportedly wrote the song, for her album The Kick Inside, within the space of just a few hours late at night.
Lyrically, “Wuthering Heights” uses several quotations from Catherine Earnshaw, most notably in the chorus - “Let me in! I’m so cold!” - as well as in the verses, with Catherine’s confession to her servant of “bad dreams in the night.” It is sung from Catherine’s point of view, as she pleads at Heathcliff’s window to be allowed in. This romantic scene takes a sinister turn if one considers the events of the book, as Catherine may well be a ghost, calling Heathcliff to join her in death.
Somebody To Love - Jefferson Airplane