“Whole lotta love” v. “you need love”

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“Whole Lotta Love” v. “You Need Love”

Song: “Whole Lotta Love”

This US release became the band’s first hit single, was certified “gold” on April 13, 1970, and contained an original riff byPage.
Can you name that tune in 2 seconds?

Grammar is not the focus of this band’s popular song, as it promises to “give every inch of my love”.
Can you name that tune in 4 seconds?

This famousband was formed in 1968 and inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on January 12, 1995.
Can you name that tune in 6 seconds?

This famous song was released along side “Lemon Song” & “Bring it onHome”, which also brought allegations of plagiarism.
Can you name that tune in 8 seconds?

Summary: “Whole Lotta Love” contained lyrics that were derivative of Willie Dixon’s 1962 song “You NeedLow”, though the riff from the song was an original Jimmy Page composition. In 1985, Dixon filed a copyright infringement suit against Led Zeppelin over “Whole Lotta Love” and and out-of-court settlementwas reached. Later Pressings of Led Zeppelin II credit Dixon.

“Whole Lotta Love” v. “You Need Love”

Song: “Whole Lotta Love”

This US release became the band’s first hit single, was certified“gold” on April 13, 1970, and contained an original riff by Page.
Can you name that tune in 2 seconds?

Grammar is not the focus of this band’s popular song, as it promises to “give every inch of mylove”.
Can you name that tune in 4 seconds?

This famous band was formed in 1968 and inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on January 12, 1995.
Can you name that tune in 6 seconds?

Thisfamous song was released along side “Lemon Song” & “Bring it on Home”, which also brought allegations of plagiarism.
Can you name that tune in 8 seconds?

Summary: “Whole Lotta Love” contained lyricsthat were derivative of Willie Dixon’s 1962 song “You Need Low”, though the riff from the song was an original Jimmy Page composition. In 1985, Dixon filed a copyright infringement suit against...
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