"Kashmir" by Led Zeppelin - KMKanDrum Cover
DISCLAIMER: This is not a note-for-note drum cover.
My good friend, Duncan Wigley, requested I do this one. I have never played this song in my life, so, rather than try to learn it the Bonham way, I familiarized myself with the structure of the song (which I already sort of knew from listening to it so many times before) and laid it down how I felt it. All while trying to get a good take in as few takes as possible. I think I did an okay job until the end. The last minute or so was like a train in East Palestine (Ouch, too soon?!).
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did screwing it up. It was fun though, as playing Led Zep is always a treat! Let me know what you think in the comments, and if you have any requests, let me know! I make no promises, but I try my best!
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Album: Physical Graffiti (1975 Swan Song Records)
Original Drummer: John "Bonzo" Bonham
Music: Drumless Track via Moises
Take Count: 12
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