Johnny B. Goode is a 1958 rock and roll song written and originally performed by Chuck Berry. The song was a major hit among both black and white audiences. It’s one of Berry’s most famous recordings, has been covered by many artists, and has received several honors and accolades. It is also considered to be one of the most recognizable songs in music history. The song is about a poor country boy who plays a guitar ”just like ringing a bell,” and who might one day have his “name in lights.” Berry has acknowledged that the music is partly autobiographical, and originally had “colored boy” in the lyrics, but he changed it to “country boy” to ensure radio play. It’s number 7 at the Rolling Stone’s list “500 Greatest Songs of All Time”. x
This is a vinyl rip of the first pressing of Led Zeppelin II which ran about 200,000 copies, these are sometimes also called the Robert Ludwig mixes. The reason of what makes these mixes special is that the original copies of LZII were EQ’d in a way that, at the time, would skip on a lot of turntables. They then had to remove some of the bass and re-press the album.
This is Led Zeppelin II the way it was meant to be heard.