|The imaginatively named one. Later they got pretty|
lazy with the names.
But forget all of that right now.
|We'll cover that in another session.|
|Google image search never ever lets me down.|
Listening to music on headphones also has the ancillary effect of shutting out everything happening around me. I think I was subconsciously aware of that as a teenager, and right now I'm deliberately taking advantage of it. There are toxic elements in my environment that are soothed, if not eliminated, by being immersed in the privacy of headphones.
I never realized that "You Shook Me" had such an awesome Hammond organ solo in it.
I never realized how much overdubbing occurred in Led Zeppelin's music (after all, even Jimmy Page can play only one guitar at a time), yet it sounds utterly raw and live.
It makes me think there are many things in my life that I've overlooked, taken for granted, dismissed without knowing what I was missing.
I should prick up my ears and listen to what my life is trying to tell me.
It's a little more dissonant than "Your Time Is Gonna Come," but no less heavy.
Honestly, I'd rather just listen to Led Zeppelin on headphones and ignore everything else.
But I've got to face the other music sometime, right?