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    Arlen Roth, Hot Pickups, 1980, Sonet Germany, INT 147112

    "August Nights" B4. Arlen Roth is able to play everything, but who is the "sheik of swing"?
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    Compare John Camp's bass line in Can You Understand from the 1973 Renaissance Album Ashes Are Burning with John Lodge's in Legend of a Mind from The Moody Blues' 1968 album In Search of the Lost Chord .

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    1977 - "Going Back to my Roots" - Lamont Dozier

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdEw...nel=000soul000

    A few months later, French pop singer Claude François presents "Alexandrie. Alexandra"

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    Led Zeppelin, Boogie With Stu, 1975

    From "Physical Graffiti" some more or less legal robbery: "Boogie with Stu" is definitively not a LedZeppelin-IanStewart-Mrs.Valens song as it is credited. It is definitively a Ritchie Valens song and it should definitively be called "Ooh! My Head". The credits to Mrs. Valens come from the nearly incredible sharpness of four gentle villains...
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    The most insolent rip off in rock history?

    "Dazed and confused": Original by Jake Holmes 1967 on Tower Records. Led Zeppelin I in 1969: the most insolent rip off in rock history?! Look and hear this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGzrDw_sW2A
    (Admittedly it's a great cover version, isn't it?)
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    LZ are well known for their law suits that they've lost in their career.

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