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  • The part is primarily driven by orchestral strings and this is basically the main part of the song and the rhythm which it frequently returns to, this is no problem as I think the part is great
  • Although Zeppelin wasn’t really a band who ever really experimented with outside musicians, as the four could pretty much achieve whatever they wanted themselves, their experimentation certainly helps on this track as the sound produced has a very nice Eastern tone to it and just sounds great in my opinion
  • Nevertheless, the song goes through a lot of changes throughout the song and it certainly doesn’t get boring in my opinion at least
  • The song may not be quite as rock driven as other of Zeppelin’s songs, but in my opinion this is a far more mature and developed track and even has a more interesting tone so I’d certainly urge just about any fan to really give Kashmir a chance, although I don’t honestly think it’s a song which is hard to like, it’s a pretty accessible song to be honest as each part is great
  • The track length may be a bit long but I’d highly recommend it, one of the best songwriting examples by Page and just a wonderful song by Zeppelin


    • by Grimmy101
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      Kashmir is a song by Led Zeppelin which appears on their album Physical Graffiti. The track opens up with an extremely famous part which I’m sure most fans of Zeppelin, or even classic rock in general, have heard at some point or another.

      The part is primarily driven by orchestral strings and this is basically the main part of the song and the rhythm which it frequently returns to, this is no


      problem as I think the part is great.

      Although Zeppelin wasn’t really a band who ever really experimented with outside musicians, as the four could pretty much achieve whatever they wanted themselves, their experimentation certainly helps on this track as the sound produced has a very nice Eastern tone to it and just sounds great in my opinion.

      One thing that a listener would probably notice about this track is that the ...


      • song is very long and even much longer than an average Zeppelin long, having a length of about eight and a half minutes.

        Nevertheless, the song goes through a lot of changes throughout the song and it certainly doesn’t get boring in my opinion at least.

        The song may not be quite as rock driven as other of Zeppelin’s songs, but in my opinion this is a far more mature and developed

        track and even has a more interesting tone so I’d certainly urge just about any fan to really give Kashmir a chance, although I don’t honestly think it’s a song which is hard to like, it’s a pretty accessible song to be honest as each part is great.

        The track length may be a bit long but I’d highly recommend it, one of the best songwriting examples by Page and just a wonderful song by Zeppelin.




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